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    • Conference 2005 :: Probability Theory and Markets, Glenn Shafer (Rutgers Business School)

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      • Conference 2005 :: Reason and Statistics, Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain)

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        Conference 2005 :: Economic Models and Rationality 2 December 2005 :: Reason and Statistics Session President, Jean-Louis Beffa (Saint-Gobain)

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          • Conference 2005 :: Epistemology and Economics, Bernard Gazier (Université Paris I)

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            • Conference 2005 :: Epistemology and Economics, Jean Magnan de Bornier (Université Aix-Marseille III)

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                • Re-Imagining Culture - John Kieffer

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                  RE-IMAGINING CULTURE How to (and not to) build a cultural economy. Lessons learnt after the crash and 'What Now?' for artists, theorists and professionals working in art, culture and policy 18th May 2010, A Foundation, London What effect has the crisis had on cultural industry? How is the cultural industry changing now? What are the new possibilities for creativity and the community? 'Re-imagining Culture' is an open discussion that aims to address the current state of the post-crisis cultural economy. The crisis forces us to confront multiple issues, and provides us an opportunity to reflect, undo and redo some of visions and practices of arts/culture, economy and industry.

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                  • Conference 2005 :: Introduction: Robert Solow (Cournot Centre President)

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                    • Conference 2005 :: Epistemology and Economics, Thierry Martin (Université de Franche-Comté)

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