第六期精读会又伴随着七月纽约的热浪袭来,本期我们的精读会将首次推出英文阅读,也是第一次在精读环节给大家奉上经济学主题阅读。经济学是社会科学中最有实用价值、最成熟、研究的人也最多的一门学问。它既非常成熟,又平白易懂,就看我们采取怎样的方法去学习。经济学有助于我们懂得人生,建立良好的人生观,处理好和周围人群的关系,帮助我们更好地享受生活。本期我们邀请到了Nolt教授担任领读人进行导读,从辩证地吸收经济学鼻祖亚当史密斯伦理开篇,从批判、政治、危机与货币多角度带你领略你想涉猎却迟迟未踏足的经济学万花筒,适合无任何经济学背景的你学习基础知识,也适合有经济学背景的你对经典理论展开辩证思考。

 

导读人:Dr. James H. Nolt, Adjunct Associate Professor, New York University in international relations and East Asian Studies.

he has been a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute for 20 years. He recently completed a book, International Political Economy: The Business of War and Peace, published by Routledge Press. His core research interest is the influence of business, especially finance, on international relations. He has also published a number of articles about the Chinese military and the East Asian military balance and is currently working on an article about the prospects of an economic crisis in China. Prof. Nolt recently lived in China for 7 years as founding campus dean of a joint venture college and later associate professor of management there. He has also taught at the New School University, graduate and undergraduate faculty, Seton Hall University, and Vanderbilt University. He has a PhD in political science from the University of Chicago and an MA in economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

 

精读主题:“经济学的万花筒”主题阅读

 

阅读书目

单元一:”Adam’s Fallacy” (a broadcritical history of economic

thought sinceAdam Smith), by Duncan Foley

单元二:First 6 chapters of”International Political Economy”,

by Dr. James H. Nolt

单元三:The Article “Crises and the Myth of the MoneySupply,

by Dr. James H. Nolt

 

精读会相关时间表:

2016年6/27/16-7/3/16 建议报名时间
2016年7/4/16 Mon 报名截止,第五期精读会线上交流及共读正式开始
2016年8/4/16 Thu 精读心得提交
2016年8/6/16 or 8/7/16 第六期实体精读会

 

地点:待定,具体地址报名后通知。

 

精读会活动介绍:
1)领读人挑选阅读章节,设计阅读进度,话题和阅读思考题。
2)参与者每周末在精读微信群公布阅读进度,交流本周阅读心得,分享读书笔记。
3) 领读人可随时解答参与者针对书籍或话题的疑问。
4)共同阅读阶段结束后,提交一份至少300字的读书心得即可报名实体精读会。