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4th Chillin’Competition Conference- Sarah Long,”Gender, competition policy and the GUDP (Grossly Undervalued Domestic Product)”

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Sarah Long did one of the most-talked-about interventions at the 4th Chillin’ conference, where she discussed “Gender, competition policy and the GUDP (Grossly Undervalued Domestic Product)”.

In the picture illustrating this post, she is presenting with a slide depicting Adam Smith. Sarah explained that every night his dinner was served by his mother, with whom Adam Smith lived until she died: “It was therefore thanks to Adam Smith’s mother, to her invisible hand, to her GUDP, that he was free to write his great works“.

The video of Sarah’s presentation is available here.

[Note: this is the seventh post in a series featuring videos of the individual interventions that took place at the Chillin’Competition conference on 30 November 2018. For more videos, click here]


Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

30 January 2019 at 5:56 pm

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