CPPR Office Talk: “Abundance Without Attachment: The Formula for a Good Life”

Event Start Date:
February 5, 2018
Event End Date:
February 5, 2018
Event Venue:
Centre for Public Policy Research, Anitha, First Floor, SA Road, Elamkulam, Kochi, Kerala

Feb 5th talk

 

An apparent paradox characterises the modern world. On one hand, we naturally seek and rejoice in prosperity. On the other hand, success in this endeavour is often marred by a materialism we find repellent and alienating. As individuals and societies, how can we reconcile these competing truths?

We invite you to an engaging talk by Dr Arthur C Brooks (President, American Enterprise Institute, Washington DC) on ‘Abundance without Attachment: The Formula for a Good Life’. Dr Sadanand Dhume (Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, Washington DC) will join Dr Brooks for a conversation on the topic. The evening will conclude with a Q&A session moderated by Dr Dhume.

@CPPR Office from 5 pm on February 5 (Monday)

About Dr Arthur C Brooks

Dr Arthur C Brooks has been serving as president of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) since January 1, 2009. He is also the Beth and Ravenel Curry Scholar in Free Enterprise. Before joining AEI, he was the Louis A Bantle Professor of Business and Government in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where he taught economics and social entrepreneurship. Dr Brooks is an in-demand speaker, a New York Times opinion writer, and a frequent radio and TV commentator. Prior to his work in academia and public policy, he spent 12 years as a classical musician in the US and Spain.

About Dr Sadanand Dhume

Dr Sadanand Dhume is resident fellow of the AEI. He writes about South Asian political economy, foreign policy, business and society with a focus on India and Pakistan. He is also a South Asia columnist for the Wall Street Journal. Dr Dhume has served as a foreign correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review in India and Indonesia. He was the inaugural Bernard Schwartz Fellow at the Asia Society in Washington DC.

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