Today was the last day of #LINOecon in the Inselhalle, as we will head off to Mainau Island tomorrow, where we celebrate the final day of this eventful week. After a Partner Breakfast and a Morning Workout, the day went on with insightful lectures by several Laureates. Later, young economists and Laureates had the opportunity to interact even closer during informal Laureate Lunches and Science Walks. Once again, young economists presented their frontier research to the audience in Next Gen Economics sessions. Finally, our Bavarian Evening was a worthy end of the day, celebrating the cultural diversity of #LINOecon.
Quote of the Day
“Good work is work that enables people to discover their talents and flourish.”
Sir Christopher A. Pissarides
Picture of the Day
Laureate Christopher A. Sims with young economists during his Science Walk.
Blog Post of the Day
Bridging the gap between mainstream and behavioural economics played a central role in the debates at #LINOecon. Science writer Benjamin Skuse shares his insights from these discussions in our blog.
Figure of the Day: 29
As the scientific programme has come to an end, all 29 sessions featuring Laureates and young economists can now be found online in the Lindau Mediatheque.
Video of the Day
Laureate Sir Christopher A. Pissarides delivered a topical lecture on “The Future of work and Well-Being; Post Covid-19”.