Why can't a big company's strategic layout stop a startup? Why do most fund managers' investment returns not beat the market? Why is industrial policy always failing? This speech will start from Hayek's last book, Deadly Conceit, and explore how rational thinking allows mankind to break through the shackles of ignorance, but how to introduce humanity into the abyss of disaster. The presentation will cover the ideas of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Hume, Kant, Burke, Adam Smith, Carl Pop, Darwin, Keynes, Confucius, Laozi, etc. to analyze society, economy, investment and business. Activities, and the expansion of human order. This talk aims to help humans overcome low-dimensional rational thinking and adapt to the increasingly complex high-dimensional world. Suitable for the crowd: all rational and irrational audiences.
Author:Hayek, the Nobel laureate in economics, is a major political and philosophical thinker of the 20th century. US President Ronald Reagan listed Hayek as one of the two most important people who influenced his political philosophy. Another Nobel laureate in economics, Friedman, said that no one in the world, like Hayek, has such a huge influence on the intellectuals in the Iron Curtain. His work was widely circulated and read in the black markets of those countries, and finally formed a public opinion environment that led to the disintegration of the Soviet Union.
Presenter: In the summer, Bachelor of Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, Master of Finance from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is currently a stock algorithm trader at Wall Street Investment Bank.
Activity time:November 13, 2016
Event Location: Fordham University Manhattan Campus (specific address announced after WeChat registration)