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Palgrave Macmillan is all about connecting you with our influential and acclaimed authors. We are pleased to present the Palgrave Twitter Chat Series where you'll have a chance to ask questions and engage with those authors.
On February 9, 2015 as part of our latest #PalgraveChat, Palgrave Macmillan Economics (@PalgraveEcon) took to the proverbial floor with authors Leslie Marsh and David Hardwick (@M_W_Q) and Jack Weinstein (@Whyradioshow), editors and contributor respectively of Propriety and Prosperity, to discuss the philosophies and economics of Adam Smith.
Leslie March and David Hardwick
Have a look at the interesting chat here.
Thanks to Leslie, David and Jack for joining us. Stay tuned for another #PalgraveChat in the future!
Leslie Marsh is Senior Research Associate in the Faculty of Medicine, The University of British Columbia, Canada. He is the author/editor of some 50 publications and is the prime mover behind the setting up of various academic forums (EPISTEME: Journal of Individual and Social Epistemology; Cosmos Taxis: Studies in Emergent Order and Organization; and the Michael Oakeshott Association). He also exercises his entrepreneurial spirit in the commercial world of film digital distribution.
Jack Russell Weinstein finds philosophy everywhere. A professor of philosophy and religion at the University of North Dakota, he has a serious academic career, focusing on the interplay of morality and economics. He describes Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations as "the world’s most interesting book disguised as the world’s most boring."