Market as Place

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
at Christian Theological Seminary

Common Room, 1000 W. 42nd St., Indianapolis, IN 46208

Market as Place Quadrant:

Humanities, Religion

David Craig, Crystal Francis, Laura Henderson, Carol Johnston, Morton Marcus, Michael S. Maurer

Event Description:

photo by Angela Herrmann Photography

Twitter Hashtag:  #SAPmarket

When Adam Smith wrote The Wealth of Nations, economic markets were localized in actual places. But are markets connected to places today, and should they be? Participate in a conversation that addresses today‚Äôs pressing economic problems in the context of the evolving nature of global, local, and cyberspace markets. The discussion, moderated by David Craig, associate professor of Religious Studies and Philanthropic Studies at IUPUI, will feature Crystal Francis, Senior Law Project, Indiana Legal Services; Laura Henderson, market master, Indy Winter Farmers Market; Carol Johnston, professor of Christian Ethics, Christian Theological Seminary; Morton Marcus, columnist and former director of Indiana Business Research Center; and Michael S. Maurer, Chairman, The National Bank of Indianapolis. Presented by The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, IUPUI and Christian Theological Seminary. Questions? Call 317-931-4225 or e-mail