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360 Lecture: Religions As Competing Platforms - What has happened to religion across the world since the Second World War?

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360 Lecture: Religions As Competing Platforms - What has happened to religion across the world since the Second World War?

The Department of Economics is pleased to welcome Paul Seabright to present the first lecture in the 360 Guest Lecture Series 2018/19.

Date: Thursday 25 October 2018, 6-7pm
Location: OC0.03, Oculus, University of Warwick

About the author - Paul Seabright

Paul currently teaches Economics at the Toulouse School of Economics and has lived in the centre of the city of Toulouse in France since 2000.

He did his undergraduate and doctoral studies at the University of Oxford, where he was a Fellow of All Souls College, then taught at the University of Cambridge where he was a Fellow of Churchill College. He has also held part-time teaching positions at the College of Europe in Bruges and at the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris.

His current research lies in three areas of microeconomics: industrial organization and competition policy; the economics of networks and the digital society; and behavioral economics (especially the integration of evolutionary biology and anthropology with an understanding of the development of economic institutions in the very long run).

For more information about Paul, please visit his website.

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