On Thursday, June 27, Prof. Marie-Laure Djelic delivered the keynote address at SASE’s 30th Anniversary Conference in New York City. The conference brought together leading academics to think about the way that “the future” can be incorporated into how we think about economics. While the uncertainties of the future make it hard to fathom, these leaders, including Prof. Djelic, are asking the difficult questions and thinking through answers. Multiple other IPSP authors were in attendance of the event.
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