Upcoming Regional Society & SIG Events

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You can watch some of our past Regional Society and Special Interest Group events on our YouTube channel. Take a look here.

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WORAN Event - Book discussion: The Sex Factor: How Women Made The West Rich, Victoria Bateman led by Katherine Kent

16 March 2023, 13.30 - 14.30 GMT

Victoria Bateman’s aim is to punch feminism into the centre of economics, and this controversial book is a thought-provoking contribution. If you get a chance to read it, then it is thoroughly recommended, but if not, you will be able anyway to join in the discussions it gives rise to.

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Systems Thinking - Book Launch from Angela Espinosa - Sustainable Self-governance in business and societies

Date: 12 April 2023, 15.00 - 16.30

In this webinar, Angela Espinosa will introduce her recent book: Sustainable Self-governance in business and societies:
the Viable System Model in Action

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WORAN Event - Lightning talks: What gets us up in the morning?

18 May 2023, 13.30 - 14.30 GMT

In this set of lightning talks, women from all parts of the OR community talk about something that they are really proud of and pleased by. Come to hear their stories, discover the great variety of things that women are doing and be enthused by them.

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Systems Thinking Event - When Our Institutions Go Awry: The Use of Boundary Critique to Evaluate and Improve Public Policy and Administration

24 May 2023, 13.30 - 15.00

The research that David Lilley will present is part of a quest to understand why health, wellbeing, and equity are not being prioritised in public policy and administration, and to develop means of responding to this situation. It draws on the redevelopment of a large Australian public housing estate as a case study.

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