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Festschrift in Honor of Gordon Rausser
October 24, 2019, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM | October 25, 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley
Dr. Gordon Rausser is the Robert Gordon Sproul Distinguished Professor at the University of California, Berkeley, in the College of Natural Resources. He is a preeminent agricultural and resource economist whose contributions in academia, government service, business, and public policy are exceptional for their impact around the world. His leadership at Berkeley, including his exemplary service as dean of the College of Natural Resources, has had a critical and transformative effect in sustaining the College’s strength and enabling it to achieve global stature and influence. Colleagues and former students will hold a two-day symposium to honor Gordon Rausser. Speakers include luminaries in a variety of fields focusing on Dr. Rausser’s scholarly contributions over the course of his career.
The schedule for the symposium, panels and list of speakers can be found at:
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Please let us know what part of the symposium you plan on attending, by panel name listed below:
University Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and the Fostering of Public-Private Partnerships
Public Policy and Market Reforms in Transition Economics
Political Economy in Elections and Public Policy Selection: New Implications of Faction Narrative Control
Law and Economics
Macroeconomic Linkages, Hedge Funds, Derivative Markets, Futures, and Options
Governance Structures and Agriculture’s Role in Economic Development
China U.S. Trade Relationships: Agricultural Distortions and the Uruguay Round
Big Data Analytics and Continuous Remote Sensing: Revisiting Adaptive and Dual Control
Social Costs: Exhaustible and Renewable Natural Resources
Social Value of the Giannini Foundation
All of the above
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