Austrian economics aims to understand society using realistic premises, instead of making unrealistic assumptions such as “perfect knowledge,” “perfect competition,” or “perfect governments.” Rather than relying on static models, it focuses on understanding dynamic social processes of coordination, learning, and discovery ubiquitous in a world of constant change. And most essentially, it views human beings as unique, conscious, choosing agents and not as undifferentiated data to be aggregated or manipulated, mathematically or politically.
The 2-day advanced e-policy certificate course will illustrate the fundamental theoretical insights of the Austrian school in an introductory way and try to show the usefulness of these insights in terms of their relevance in creating either prosperity and freedom or poverty and oppression in India.
Program Date: 18 & 19 July 2020
How to register
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Only 30 participants will be selected based on their answers in the application form. The course will be conducted entirely online on Zoom and participants will be awarded an e-certificate on successful completion of the course.
Application Deadline: 5 July 2020
Time: 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM on both days
Course fee: Rs 1,000/- (fee is payable upon selection and has to be made online)
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