Wednesday, March 27, 2019

David Kaserman Memorial Lecture at Auburn University

Today I'll present a lecture in honor of David Kaserman, an Auburn U. economist who fought a long struggle with kidney disease, and who also wrote about the shortage of transplantable kidneys, and about how this was related to the legal ban on compensation for donors.

Kaserman Memorial Lecture in Economics

"On Wednesday, March 27th, the Department of Economics will present the David Kaserman Memorial Lecture, a program in honor of Professor Dave Kaserman. The annual lecture is sponsored by an endowment established in Professor Kaserman's memory. This year our speaker is one of the world’s leading intellectuals, Harvard and Stanford professor Al Roth, who won the Nobel Prize for economics in 2012. The lecture is at 2 PM in the auditorium of the JCS Museum, and is open to the public.  Roth will speak on his work on the kidney shortage..."

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