Published 24 August 2022 by Annabell Reiß
Daily Recap – Wednesday, 24 August 2022
The second day of #LINOecon offered plenty of options for informal exchange among Laureates and young economists. Subsequent to the Morning Workout and our Partner Breakfast, the day continued with exciting Laureate lectures. During our Next Gen Economics sessions young economists were the spotlight and presented their own research to the audience including the participating Laureates. The scientific programme ended with a lively panel discussion on “The Applied Micro Revolution”. While we are sending this to you, day two is wrapped with an informal Get-Together in the evening.
Quote of the Day
“Mainstream economics and behavioural economics complement each other beautifully. Behavioural economics is what makes mainstream economics work.”
Robert J. Aumann, Laureate
Picture of the Day
Laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz talking to young economists during his Laureate Lunch.
Blog Post of the Day
Our blog post of the day covers an interview with Katharina from Austria and Italy who is a Research Economist at the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC, USA. She is participating at #LINOecon and talked to science writer Ulrike Böhm for the Women in Research series in our blog.
Figure of the Day: 58
Added up, all 19 #LINOecon Laureates have attended 58 Lindau Meetings so far. We are glad that they enjoy being with us again this year.
Tweets of the Day
I'm here at the 7th Lindau Meeting for Economic Sciences as one of the 330 young economists interacting with multiple Nobel Laureates and peers from about 60 countries. Living my dream ❤️@lindaunobel @CarnegieMellon @HeinzCollege @CMUProvost #LINOecon pic.twitter.com/95LM3HcWyM
— Sachin Srivastava (@SachinS1703) August 24, 2022
Exciting research at the #NextGen #LINOecon session: @Econ_Mill and @metrics52 discussing gravestones 🪦 pic.twitter.com/7P2H6svwJ8
— Simon Reif (@simonreif) August 24, 2022
Bongumusa Makhoba, University of Zululand and Gracious Nyoni, Genesis Analytics meets Noble Laureate, Prof Roger Meyerson at the Lindau Laureate meeting in Germany. #LINOecon @UNIZULU pic.twitter.com/0C6UUTxkRW
— AcademyofScienceSA (@ASSAf_Official) August 24, 2022
#Denmark is a pioneer of #social #equality – but surprisingly, that seems to benefit affluent people the most, #nobelprize winning economist James Heckman (@UChicago) reports at @lindaunobel’s #LINOecon.
Details in this #study: https://t.co/hB6f9Z4BTK#economics #welfare pic.twitter.com/7ZMZQJuD0X
— Karsten Lemm (@lemmk) August 24, 2022
It's a pleasure to listen to a causality lecture by the Nobel laureate @metrics52 at #LINOecon pic.twitter.com/gcSs6mCoJn
— Sasan Mansouri (@SasanMansouri1) August 24, 2022
"You don't have to have good ideas; you just have to be able to recognize them!" – Josh Angrist's advice that I like very much as a person who hardly has any good ideas on my own😉 #LINOecon
— Bartosz Bartkowski (@BARBARtkowski) August 24, 2022
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Video of the Day
Our video of the day is the first Lindau lecture of 2021 Laureate Joshua D. Angrist who opened todays’ scientific programme.