Do decisions support the evidence?
Does “evidence” always help you make an informed decision when it comes to the tricky problems you face at work and in everyday life? Is it possible to have too much evidence? Sophie Carr explores how maths and statistics shapes the decisions you make.
Tea/coffee will be served from 6 6.30pm.
Lecture starts: 6.30pm for 1hr with 15mins for questions
NOTE: This talk (6 – 8pm) will be at SENATE HOUSE (Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU) and precede the annual LSE branch dinner (8pm to 10pm, also at Senate House).
Please register for the talk and branch dinner separately (see links on the associated event pages) if you wish to attend both
All IOP members and their Guests are most welcome to join us.