NUES and HEAT Present: Cheap Oil and the Sustainability of Global Capital
6:00-7:30pm Monday, April 6
Cheap Oil and the Sustainability of Global Capital is the first-ever collaborative event between the Northeastern University Economics Society and the Husky Environmental Action Team.
Since June of 2014, Brent Oil Prices have declined by more than 50%, after nearly five years without much fluctuation. What drives international oil markets, and what impact might this have on the future of sustainable economic development?
Professor Bilge Erten will make the central presentation on her research into commodity markets. Both organizations will then host Q&A and interactive activities.