Friends of Cobbenhagen Lecture
For four years (2017-2020), the Friends of Cobbenhagen, in collaboration with Tilburg University Society, annually invite an internationally renowned professor to give a vision on current developments in society.
They make an active contribution to the international orientation of Dutch politics, research, education and business. The Lecture also aims to appeal to a new audience and to interest potential members of the Friends of Cobbenhagen.
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Friends of Cobbenhagen Lecture 2020
Cities grow. This has consequences with respect to affordable housing, security, career opportunities, and problems of segregation. How can the government ensure continued quality of life in cities? “It hinges on good rules,” says Harvard Professor Edward Glaeser during the fourth Vrienden van Cobbenhagen Lecture on January 23, 2020.More information
Friends of Cobbenhagen - Lecture 2019
The third Vrienden van Cobbenhagen Lecture took place on 17 January 2019. In the lecture, Anne Applebaum discussed the role that propaganda and malign influence campaigns play in political changes such as spreading extremism, authoritarian regimes and weakening liberal democracies.More information
Friends of Cobbenhagen - Lecture 2018
Data is replacing money as the driver of market behavior. Big finance and big companies will be replaced by small groups and individual actors who make markets instead of making things. That is what Viktor Mayer-Schönberger concluded in the 2nd Vrienden van Cobbenhagen Lecture entitled Towards a Digital Society on Friday January 26, 2018.More information
Friends of Cobbenhagen - Lecture 2017
On 18 January 2017 the first Cobbenhagen Lecture took place, a new event by and for the Vrienden van Cobbenhagen in cooperation with Tilburg University Society. The lecture was given by well known Harvard economist Dani Rodrik, entitled The Rights and Wrongs of Economic Science.More information
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With your membership you support special programs such as the Outreaching Honors Program, you actively give meaning to society and it also brings you many benefits: for example, you can attend interesting meetings with top speakers and company visits.