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Math, Money, Politics, Corruption: A Conversation with Karel Janeček

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Join us for a conversation with Karel Janeček, Czech anti-corruption crusader and mathematician-turned-philanthropist, on the coming transformation of European politics. Mr. Janeček will recount how a love of applied mathematics led him to success in the world of international finance, and ultimately to his passion for bringing down corrupt politicians and reshaping the electoral system through applied mathematics. All welcome to join this most dynamic discussion!

This talk is part of the Pembroke Papers, Pembroke College series.

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