Nobel Laureate Meeting

Daniel Sehlhorst | December 11, 2014 

Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Constance in Germany, the Lindau Nobel Laureate meetings are a unique opportunity for young scholars to engage in dialogue with Nobel Prize winners in their field.

Robert Lester and Kevin Rinz, two Notre Dame Ph.D. candidates in economics, were among the 460 graduate students from more than 80 countries selected to attend the Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences in August. The four-day conference included numerous discussions, lectures, and master classes with 18 Nobel laureates in economics.
The Lindau meetings, established in 1951, serve to foster the exchange of expertise and experiences, to inspire and motivate, and to facilitate networking.

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 by Daily Domer Staff

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