Events

Select event terms to filter by
« October 28, 2007 - November 27, 2007 »
 
10 / 28
Start: 5:00 pm
End: 7:00 pm

The NYC JoeBooks club hits its third read, this time taking in Jason Furman's recommendation, The Myth of the Rational Voter - which tells us how we're all, by nature, bad economists.

Jason's not the only one who says it's a must-read; the Economist dug it, as did blogger/Harvard economist guru Greg Mankiw. Not everyone's raving though; Louis Menand gave it a rant at the New Yorker.

Any way you slice its 200 pages, it's sure to give us something to talk about.

10 / 29
10 / 30
10 / 31
11 / 1
11 / 2
11 / 3
11 / 4
11 / 5
11 / 6
11 / 7
11 / 8
11 / 9
11 / 10
11 / 11
11 / 12
11 / 13
Start: 6:00 pm
End: 9:00 pm

Professor Ford is the author of the upcoming book, The Race Card, and an expert on civil rights constitutional law. He will start off our discussion with a snapshot of what the law says about the relationship between church and state, leading us into a broader conversation about what he and we think that relationship should be.

San Francisco : We know you can toast to a cold cocktail and dance to the music, but can you mix it up with some policy? The New York young professional and social scene has embraced the Policy on the Rocks series for the past 3 years. Now, for the first ever in San Francisco, this creative combination of partying and conversing come together to bring the Bay Area urbanities something that they have never experienced before.

RSVP to Robyn from citizenJoe at RKlingler@glgroup.com or Julian from Engage at Julian@engage-corp.com

11 / 14
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm

 

Tom Sanderson is Deputy Director of the Transnational Threats Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies - and a man who knows terrorist threats like no other.

11 / 15
11 / 16
11 / 17
11 / 18
11 / 19
11 / 20
11 / 21
11 / 22
11 / 23
11 / 24
11 / 25
11 / 26
11 / 27