CapsimInbox Development Lab - Informational Webinar and Q&A Session
This webinar is designed to be informative to professors who are interested in participating in the Microsimulation competition. This session will be led and moderated by two representatives from the CapsimInbox Team, Matt Shell and Kelsey Zimermann.
Matt Shell from Capsim opens this session with an overview of the CapsimInbox program as well as describing the focus and format of the 2021 Microsimulation Development Lab.
Matt and Kelsey moderate a discussion with the authors from last year’s simulation competition, Professor Mino, Thompson, and Seely as well as Professor Baumann-Pauly, who has experience using the simulation, Ethics in International Mining, in the classroom.
Hear about the experience of developing the simulation and the experience with using it in the classroom with students. The session ends with all four professors.
Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Time: 3:00 - 4:00 pm (CET)
Dorothée Baumann-Pauly - Director, Center for Business and Human Rights, Geneva School of Economics and Management, Switzerland
Takako Mino - Lecturer, Humanities and Social Sciences, Ashesi University, Uganda
Jennifer Seely - Associate Professor of Politics, Earlham College, USA
Jewel Thompson - Adjunct Lecturer, Business Administration, Ashesi University, USA