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Welcome to the upcoming speaker series listing. Each year, Rotman hosts about 100 public talks by international bestselling authors, top management executives and other influential thought leaders. We hope you'll join us for one of these remarkable events.

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  • Expert Discussion on "What Could a Feminist City Look Like?"

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    Nearly 40 years on from Dolores Hayden’s famous envisioning of a feminist city in her 1980 article “What Would a Non-Sexist City Be Like?”, the city remains deeply inequitable. This event will gather esteemed local urbanists, activists, and writers to engage in a moderated discussion on access and gender equity in the city. The conversation will explore public policy, decision-making processes, community engagement, and the urban built form, and discuss potential paths forward to creating a more inclusive city. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A.

  • Steven Pearlstein on "Can American Capitalism Survive?: Why Greed Is Not Good, Opportunity Is Not Equal, and Fairness Won't Make Us Poor"

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    Steven Pearlstein, Pulitzer Prize-winning Columnist, The Washington Post; Robinson Professor of Public Affairs, George Mason University; Author on Can American Capitalism Survive?: Why Greed Is Not Good, Opportunity Is Not Equal, and Fairness Won't Make Us Poor (St. Martin’s Press, 2018).

  • Rotman MBA South Asian Business Association’s 2nd annual Canada-India Innovation Conference and Dinner Reception

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    Join us on Friday, April 5 for the Rotman MBA South Asian Business Association’s 2nd annual Canada-India Innovation Conference and Dinner Reception. Our discussions from 5:00pm sharp to 7:05pm will cover “A Consulting Perspective on the Digital Economy” from The Boston Consulting Group, McKinsey and Deloitte, and the Investment Landscape in Canada and India. A dinner and networking reception will follow. As we transition into a new world that is being shaped by the upcoming national and digital economies, learn more about the exponential impact of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Blockchain, and how top companies are incorporating digital transformations to stay ahead of the innovation curve. From a global economy perspective, as the momentum for growth shifts towards upcoming economies, join us to hear about the evolving investment landscape and opportunities for engagement between Canada and India, the world’s fastest growing major economy, from top industry and government representatives as they discuss the economic, political and social factors enabling the investment ecosystem.

  • Sir Paul Tucker on "Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulatory State"

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    Sir Paul Tucker, Chair – Systemic Risk Council; Research Fellow – Harvard Kennedy School’s Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government; former Deputy Governor, Bank of England (2009-13); Author In Conversation With: David Dyzenhaus, University Professor of Law and Philosophy, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto on Unelected Power: The Quest for Legitimacy in Central Banking and the Regulatory State (by Paul Tucker, Princeton University Press, 2018).

  • Raghuram Rajan on "The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind"

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    Raghuram Rajan, Katherine Dusak Miller Distinguished Service Professor of Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business; 23rd Governor, Reserve Bank of India; former Chief Economist, International Monetary Fund; Author on The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind (Penguin Press, Feb. 26, 2019).

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