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My talk at Oxford’s Mathematical Institute

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I spoke this week “at” Oxford’s Mathematical Institute; a great honour in the same week that one of Oxford’s finest, Roger Penrose, won a Nobel prize. Enjoy! [embedded content] My NEW book How To Make The World Add Up is OUT NOW! Details, and to order signed copies from MathsGear, or from Hive, Blackwells, Amazon or Waterstones.

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I spoke this week “at” Oxford’s Mathematical Institute; a great honour in the same week that one of Oxford’s finest, Roger Penrose, won a Nobel prize. Enjoy!

My NEW book How To Make The World Add Up is OUT NOW!

Details, and to order signed copies from MathsGear, or from Hive, Blackwells, Amazon or Waterstones.

Tim Harford
Tim is an economist, journalist and broadcaster. He is author of “Messy” and the million-selling “The Undercover Economist”, a senior columnist at the Financial Times, and the presenter of Radio 4’s “More or Less” and the iTunes-topping series “Fifty Things That Made the Modern Economy”. Tim has spoken at TED, PopTech and the Sydney Opera House and is a visiting fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford.

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