- Mar. 27, 2012 - LITCHFIELD, Conn. --
The Yale Club of Northwestern Connecticut and the Oliver Wolcott Library are pleased to sponsor an evening with bestselling author Bruce Judson. He will discuss two of his works: It Could Happen Here: America on the Brink which analyzed the potential for growing economic inequality to create deep problems in America’s society, economy and politics; and his latest ebook Making Capitalism Work that address the implications of the Occupy Movement for the nation, and provides a detailed plan of specific policy actions to reduce economic inequality in the nation.
Bruce Judson is a bestselling author, a successful entrepreneur and one of the nation’s leading experts on how technology has transformed the workplace. He is an Entrepreneur-
in Residence at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute and serves as a Faculty Fellow at the Yale School of Management. Mr. Judson holds a JD from Yale Law School and an MBA from Yale School of Management. He was the co- founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Yale Journal on Regulation and a Senior Editor of the Yale Law Journal. His website is www.brucejudson.com
A wine & cheese reception will follow the event. Space is limited. Books will be available for signing and sale. Registration is required and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or logging onto www.owlibrary.org and clicking on Programs/Adult Programs.