What’s in your wallet? / Qué hay en su cartera?

Written on December 1, 2009 by Roberto Arribas in Conferences, General

walletWhat’s in your wallet?

IE School of Arts and Humanities and IE of School Psychology are organizing a roundtable with the participation of Professors Rolf Strom-Olsen and Lee Newman. The recent financial crisis raises important questions about the role of money as a personal, economic, and political tool.  Who can we trust? Are governments too big to fail?  What does it mean that the United States owes China $800 billion?  Is paper money really necessary?  How is our money today different than in the past, and what will be the money of the future?  This is an open forum to talk about these and other questions in their historical and psychological perspective and to ask whether we are witnessing a shift in the very way we conceive of money.

Thursday, December 3rd.  15.30h-17.00h. Sala Capitular, IE University (Segovia Campus)

Qué hay en su cartera?

IE School of Arts and Humanities e IE School of Psychology organizan una mesa redonda en la que participarán los profesores Rolf Strom-Olsen y Lee Newman. La reciente crisis financiera plantea importantes cuestiones sobre el papel del dinero como una herramienta personal, económica y política. ¿En quién podemos confiar? ¿Los gobiernos son demasiado grandes para fracasar? ¿Qué significa que Estados Unidos debe a China 800 mil millones dólares? ¿Es el dinero de papel realmente necesario? ¿Cómo es de diferente nuestro dinero respecto al del pasado? ¿Y cómo será el dinero del futuro? Este es un foro abierto para hablar de estas y otras preguntas en su perspectiva histórica y psicológica y para preguntar si estamos asistiendo a un cambio en la manera de concebir el dinero. 

Jueves 3 de diciembre. 15:30-17:00 horas.  Sala Capitular, IE University (Campus de Santa Cruz la Real).


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