Ziliak on Connecting Poetry with Economics, Science, and Engineering

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“I was teaching economics at the Georgia Institute of Technology when I made the haiku-economics connection. I needed to connect with 225 economics, science, and engineering majors—college kids who were being trained to believe that poetry and feelings are not important to, say, the World Bank," writes economist Stephen T. Ziliak, a former professor in the School of Economics. Ziliak wrote in Poetry magazine that using haiku helps add “feelings to economics." Source: New York Times – January 11, 2011

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Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

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economics, Stephen Ziliak
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