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Curious which skills will be the most valuable in the next 10 years? Wondering where new technologies will lead the future of work? What are some of the biggest obstacles facing humanity and how can they be addressed? For the questions that matter most, Nobel Perspectives Live! is here.

The Nobel Perspectives program teams up with Nobel Laureates in Economics to share their prize winning work and insights, and give a glimpse into their lives outside work. Two years after its launch, Nobel Perspectives Live! took this program from a digital platform into a live experience. From Singapore to Shanghai and now New York City, the event tour asks some of the brightest minds to tackle questions that are closest to the hearts of today’s young generation – the students.

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Highlights from past events

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Nobel Perspectives Live! in NYC

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At our first Nobel Perspectives Live! event in New York City, Thomas Sargent, Sir Angus Deaton, Oliver Hart and James Heckman took to the stage and discussed questions from students all over the world.

From social shifts, new technologies and global market trends, it was all covered at Nobel Perspectives Live! in New York City.

We’ve created a series of videos from the event. Catch the highlights and watch all the talks below.

Words of wisdom by Nobel Laureates

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You’ve got to be prepared to adapt and do something else. If you have a good attitude and are flexible, you’re going to learn new stuff.

Thomas J. Sargent

We want to design globalization better so that the potential of helping everyone actually turns into the reality of helping everyone.

Sir Angus S. Deaton

Make money. Everyone agrees on that. There’s only one problem with it. It’s not true in the kind of complicated world we live in.

Oliver S. Hart

Nobel Perspectives Live! in Shanghai

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At our first Nobel Perspectives Live! event in Shanghai, Sir Christopher Pissarides, Eric Maskin and Lars Peter Hansen took to the stage and discussed questions from students all over the world.

From technology to the impacts of climate change, the future role of China on the global economy to your very own future - it was all covered at Nobel Perspec-tives Live! in Shanghai.

We’ve created a series of videos from the event. Catch the highlights and watch all the talks below.

In their own words

See what the Nobel Laureates had to say on the day.

The biggest distinction between humans and machines: creativity. We'll always need art. And good football teams.

Sir Christopher A. Pissarides

Climate change is not a problem that is going to to take care of itself.

Eric S. Maskin

Nobel Perspectives Live! in Singapore

Missed our event in Singapore? No problem.
 

In August 2017, Nobel Perspectives Live! premiered in Singapore at the Capitol Theatre. Four Nobel Laureates Roger Myerson, Peter Diamond, Michael Spence and Robert Merton took to the stage and discussed questions from students all over the world.

Catch the highlights and get the Nobel Laureates’ thoughts on the most hotly debated topics from the Singapore event, from automation to artificial intelligence, the future of the economy to education.

We’ve created a series of videos from the event. Catch the highlights and watch all the talks below.

In their own words

See what the Nobel Laureates had to say on the day.

Should we have a world currency? The central bank must be subject to political supervision - there’s a danger having one emperor in the world.

Roger B. Myerson

The main beneficiaries of new technologies will be our youth, the people who will suffer are those whose jobs are replaced by machines. To counteract jobs being taken by robots, you need a sense of adventure, and be willing to take risks.

A. Michael Spence

Change is inevitable, technology is accelerating, but it’s what you do with your skills that makes the difference. And we need luck too, but people who work harder, and are better educated, often seem to be luckier. So if you prepare well, when you have a serendipitous event or some good luck, what do you do? You don’t let it go by, you seize it because you’re prepared for it.

Robert C. Merton

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