Henry George Lecture, Glenn Hubbard, Ph.D., April 4, 2011





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Published on Apr 8, 2011

Glenn Hubbard, Ph.D., dean of Columbia University's Graduate School of Business and the Russell L. Carson Professor of Economics and Finance, delivered the Henry George Lecture at The University of Scranton on Monday, April 4, 2011.

A leading proponent of the transformational role business can play in world affairs, Dr. Hubbard presented "Business Knowledge and the Good Life."

The former chair of President George W. Bush's Council of Economic Advisors, Dr. Hubbard sees business schools -- MBA programs in particular -- as the best means of influencing and improving the role business can play as an agent of social change. He said at a lecture at Columbia University, "I am here to plant the flag, to defend business as a social agent, the academic study of business as a way to help it better perform that role, and the MBA as the best vehicle to do that on a large-scale basis."

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