Here’s a new extra credit opportunity for Finance 4335. You can earn extra credit by attending and reporting on Dr. Tony Gill’s talk entitled “The Comparative Endurance & Efficiency of Religion: A Public Choice Approach”:
The Comparative Endurance & Efficiency of Religion: A Public Choice Approach
Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Cox Lecture Hall
Armstrong Browning Library
If you decide to take advantage of this opportunity, I will use the grade you earn on your report to replace your lowest quiz grade in Finance 4335 (assuming that your grade on the extra credit is higher than your lowest quiz grade). The report should be in the form of a 1-2 page executive summary in which you provide a critical analysis of Dr. Gill’s lecture. In order to receive credit, the report must be submitted to me via email in either Word or PDF format by no later than Friday, April 12 at 5 p.m.