ENGINEERS AND ECONOMICS
Peter Hanley is a submarine engineer exploring how the engines of economies can benefit from the insight of 30 years electrical, mechanical, nuclear & acoustic experience to unravel more successful patterns of productivity.
The debate revolved around two propositions
1. Should engineers learn more economics (including finance and management)?
2. Should economists learn more about engineering?
Both motions were carried 13 for, 4 against, 4 abstaining & 12 for, 5 against, 4 abstaining