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2008 Singapore Workshop: Scenes

Mary Shirley lectures Lunchtime food line

During the opening session of the workshop,
Mary Shirley discusses some perspectives and
goals of the Ronald Coase Institute.

Meetings are enhanced by five meals daily in hospitable Singapore style:  breakfast, tea break, lunch, tea break, and dinner.

Participants comment on each other's work Discussion during tea break

Participants comment on one another's
presentations during sessions held in the
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy,
National University of Singapore.

Informal discussions during the breaks give participants a chance to talk in depth with faculty members.

Crossing a bridge Delicious Singapore cuisine

Relaxing on the last evening - a walk through the
riverside area of Singapore.

The many cuisines of Singapore offer varied and delicious food for thought.

|2003 Budapest 1 |2003 Budapest 2 |2003 São Paulo |2004 Tucson 1 |2004 Tucson 2 |2005 Barcelona |2006 Boulder|
|2007 Reykjavik |2008 Singapore |2008 Philippines |2008 Beijing |2009 Bratislava |2009 Xiamen |2010 Moscow|
|2010 Shanghai |2011 Chicago|2012 Beijing |2012 Santiago |2013 Xiamen |2014 Manila |2015 Hong Kong |2015 Tel Aviv|
|2016 Tallinn |2017 Xiamen |2017 Bogota|2018 Bratislava|

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