Think & Drink Different
Have fun, network, and broaden your interests all in one night.
First beer on us - come alone, with a partner or friends,
have a drink and wrap your brain around the public debate in Israel on economic issues and their effect on government policy.
Prof. Omer Moav discusses and illustrates how beliefs in groundless economic theories guide policies adopted by the government and often serve a small powerful group on the account of the welfare of the Israeli public.
Omer Moav is a professor of economics at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya and at the University of Warwick. In 2012, he was awarded the Landau prize from the Israeli mifal hapais for his achievements in research in macroeconomics, he was awarded the Rector’s prize from the Hebrew University in 2006 for his research and teaching, and served as the head of the advisory board to the Israeli minister of finance in 2009.
Jems Beer Factory, Kfar Saba (in the shuk)
ESRA Members NIS 45 | Non-members NIS 60