ECON 2888R: Economics of Science and Engineering Workshop
EC 2888r: Economics of Science and Engineering Workshop
DESCRIPTION: Focus on work force and career issues. Topics include: Effects of globalization on work force and innovation, growth of networks in work; impact of career incentives on productivity; university policies; mobility between academe and industry; link between ideas and outputs.
GRADUATE LEVEL SEMINAR: Undergraduate Enrollment Exceptions:
NOTE: Offered jointly with HBS as the 4245 TOM Seminar (Links to an external site.) or SBBI-Science Based Business Initiative
Spring 2018 - UPDATED SCHEDULE
END OF SPRING 2018: See you Spring of 2019
LOCATION: Baker 103, Bloomberg Center, HBS Campus
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Baker 103 is a bit tucked away in the Bloomberg Center, and behind a locked door. It is easier to get in from the WEST side of the building; a door will be open for easy access.
If you are familiar with Baker 102, then as you enter the Faculty Commons, Baker 102 is first door on right, and Baker 103 is on the other side of commons.
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