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Sir Richard Stone Annual Lecture 2016-17

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The Sir Richard Stone Annual Lecture is organized by the Faculty of Economics and honours Sir Richard Stone, a Noble Prize Laureate in Economics, founding Director of the Department of Applied Economics in the University of Cambridge and a major contributor to developments in microeconomics. This year’s lecture will explore how models of cultural evolution can be useful in understanding the dynamics of institutions and organizations. The ideas developed offer a fresh perspective on the political economy of democratic institutions as well as the interplay between policies and cultural change.

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