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Published: 16 March 2023
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The University of Glasgow is marking the 300th anniversary of pioneering Scot Adam Smith with a year-long celebration of his life, work and influence.
The tercentenary commemoration of The Father of Economics includes a host of events in Scotland and around the world, designed to inspire renewed discussion about Smith’s ideas.
Smith’s work has had a lasting impact on the way the world considers economics, politics and society more broadly. The planned programme of events aims to consider how his ideas from 300 years ago can help answer some of the biggest challenges we face today.
Throughout 2023 the University of Glasgow has a raft of programmes and events that will give academics, students and the public new insights into his life and work.
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This monthly digest gives an overview of what's coming up, what we've been working on, and how you can get involved. We hope these activities will inspire a renewed discussion about Adam Smith, his world-changing ideas and learn how he’s still changing lives today, including Information on Adam Smith 300 Tercentenary Week, Adam Smith Global Reading Group, Smith Around the World lecture series, and much more!
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First published: 16 March 2023