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Fri, 23 Sept

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Classroom AC02 010

How Fiction Can Help Economists

Join us to find out why you need Kazuo Ishiguro to complement your Keynes, and why you should carry your Amitav Ghosh novel along with your Amartya Sen.This discussion on Economics and Literature will give you that interdisciplinary edge (and help you ace your graduate essays and job interviews too!

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How Fiction Can Help Economists
How Fiction Can Help Economists

Time & Location

23 Sept 2022, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Classroom AC02 010

About the Event

Join us to find out why you need Kazuo Ishiguro to complement your Keynes, and why you should carry your Amitav Ghosh novel along with your Amartya Sen.This discussion on Economics and Literature will give you that interdisciplinary edge (and help you ace your graduate essays and job interviews too!)

This is open for 2nd year and 3rd year Economics major

About the Speaker:

Sonya Dutta Choudhury is a writer and journalist, with a  weekly column in the Hindustan Times. She is the author of Career Rules : How to Choose Right and Get the Life You Love  An English Literature Major from Delhi University, with a PGDM degree in Management from IIM Calcutta, Sonya  hosts three book clubs and has founded Sonya's Book Box, a bespoke book subscription service. She conducts workshops on  leadership lessons from literature and is visiting faculty at NMIMS, Mumbai where she teaches storytelling for business leaders.

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