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This Thursday, I will be speaking at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.
Title of Talk: "Economic Inequality: Popular Misconceptions and Important Facts"
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Underwritten by Fred and Mary Koch Foundation
Kansas State was the first university in which I enrolled, fall 1965. (But didn't finish my BSEE till 1973 at SUNY at Buffalo.)
Please link to the text when available.
Do you mean Thursday, January 26, or Saturday, January 28?
I second Thaomas
Oops. Thanks. Fixed.
Thursday, January 26.
That’s the problem with doing a late-night post when I’m mourning a Golden State Warriors loss. :-)
David R. Henderson:
I remember that you once made a point about how even if everyone had completely identical lives, you could still have a lot of inequality because of how a person's wealth changes over the course of their life. It was such a great point, I was annoyed at myself for not coming up with it on my own.
To echo the other commenters: I also look forward to being able to read the text of the talk if that can be provided.
We are hoping to have a quality video of David's presentation. Assuming we are able to do this we will post it on You Tube.
If anyone is in the area, we are requiring tickets to attend just so we can manage the crowd size. They are free and can be picked up in Waters Hall, Room 327. The office is open from 8 to 12 and from 1 to 5.