Twin Cities Big Questions: Can poverty and inequality ever be eradicated?
Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Janet Wallace Fine Arts Center & Gallery Mairs Concert Hall
Hunger, discrimination, housing, education, segregation, jobs, immigration, healthcare. When it comes to ending poverty and inequality in the United States, where do we begin? Economics uses theory and empirical research to analyze the determinants of poverty and inequality, and offers potential strategies to overcome them. Join us for a conversation about some of our country’s most intractable issues—and find out what’s working.
Featuring Provost and Dean of Faculty Karine Moe, F.R. Bigelow Professor of Economics and Gloria Perez `88, president and CEO of the Women's Foundation of Minnesota in conversation with President Brian Rosenberg.
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This event is for: Alumni, Faculty, Parents and Families, Staff, Students
Admission: Free to attend
Sponsored by: Advancement, Alumni Engagement