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TED Week at Anderson 2014

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TED Week at UCLA Anderson is a weeklong program that engages students, faculty and alumni around ideas explored at TED Conference. The event includes live streaming of TED Conference talks, panel discussions and workshops. The week culminates with a Campfire event featuring student and faculty TED talks. The diversity and breadth of topics illustrates the imagination and individuality of our Anderson community. The 2014 TED Week event featured multiple activations around this year's TED Conference 30th Anniversary theme: The Next Chapter.

Student and Faculty Talks

Schlomo Benartzi

Professor of Accounting & Co-Chair of the Behavioral Decision-Making Group
Behavioral Economics in a World Full of Screens

Alexa Binns

MBA '14
She shares story of personal triumph to challenge how we think about the power of entertainment.

Ryan Gutterson

FEMBA '15
He questions the long-term impact of "helicopter parenting" and makes astute observations on how society's attempts to control can backfire.

Suzanne Shu

Assistant Professor of Marketing
The Psychology of Retirement Spending Decisions

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