About the Event
Update: This event is now taking place online as a part of the online conference, “The Rise of the Administrative State.” This conference is free and open to the public. Reserve your spot below!
There are only two ways that humans work together: they cooperate with one another, or they coerce one another. And this reality has dramatic consequences for economics and politics.
Join Antony Davies and James Harrigan, cohosts of the popular Words & Numbers podcast and prolific authors, as they cut through heated partisan debates to provide a refreshingly clear and comprehensive understanding of the way humans work. Moderated by journalist Salena Zito, this talk just may change how you see the world.
Their myth-busting, accessible outlook provides the key to making sense of hot-button issues ranging from the minimum wage to gun control to taxes.
No partisan talking points. No filibusters. Just refreshing insights into how people work, and what’s really happening in economics and politics today, from two authorities, one a political scientist and the other an economist.
This unique talk will give you:
- A first glimpse inside Antony Davies and James Harrigan’s new book, Cooperation & Coercion: How Busybodies Became Busybullies and What That Means for Economics and Politics
- The chance to grab a copy of Cooperation & Coercion before anyone else—and get it signed by the authors!
- The opportunity to meet Antony Davies and James Harrigan in person
- Expert insights on the realities of popular economic ideas like socialism and capitalism, minimum wage, national debt, and more
- A refreshing perspective on the way the world works
This event is free and open to the public.
Spots are limited, so reserve yours now.