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Published on Jun 25, 2012
In a keynote address at the recent Charles Street Symposium, George Mason University Professor Tyler Cowen presented his take on the theory of black swan events, the notion of seemingly surprising and unforeseeable major impact events that are then rationalized with the benefit of hindsight.
Cowen's talk was part of the Charles Street Symposium, the Legatum Institute's new annual forum for the world's leading young economists. The inaugural symposium focussed on issues of economic risk and uncertainty.