Information in English

WELCOME TO NORWAY’S AND THE NORTHERN REGION’S FIRST ECONOMY FESTIVAL

 

The KÅKÅ kverulant cathedral proudly presents Norway’s and the Nordic region’s first economy festival. Norwegian and international economic stars will debate our most important economic issues in a casual atmosphere on intimate scenes in Stavanger. At KÅKÅnomics you can also experience concerts, theatrical impro, the cabaret «LULU show» and a dedicated documentary program!

 

PRICING AND TICKETS:

Festival Pass KÅKÅnomics 2017 NOK 1,495

Debate Pass KÅKÅnomics 2017 NOK 350/250 (Aftenbladskortet)

Main conference NOK 990/500/200 (Aftenbladskortet / student)

Culture program from kr 295.

Single events NOK 100/50 (student).

 

The following KÅKÅnomics events will be held in English:

 

Economics – what are its ambitions and where is it headed?

When: 1 November 2017 at 12:15
Where: KÅKÅnomics – Auditorium V-101, Arne Rettedals hus, University of Stavanger
Admission free

 

Meet Steve Keen – the professor who predicted the financial crisis

When: 1 November 2017 at 19:00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – the Wine Bar at Gaffel & Karaffel
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.

 

Professor Steve Keen presents “Inside Job” – by far the best film about the financial crisis

When: 1 November 2017 at 20:30
Where: KÅKÅnomics – The Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Admission free

 

Automation, digitization and workplaces in the future society

When: 2 November 2017 at 8:30 – 15:30
Where:
Stavangeren
Admission: 990/500/200

 

Digitalisation – a fast track to development or a dangerous delusion?

When: 2 November 2017 at 17:00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – Sting Nere
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.

 

Advertising and brainwashing

When: 2 November at 19:30
Where: KÅKÅnomics – Bøker og Børst
Admission free

 

“Debunking Economics” – and a little about the global debt crisis

When: 2 November 2017 at 20:00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – Sting Nere
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.

 

Professor Joel Bakan introduces his own documentary film – “The Corporation”

When: 2 November 2017 at 20:30
Where: KÅKÅnomics – The Norwegian Petroleum Museum
Admission free

 

The State of the World and the Corporations within it

When: 2 November 2017 at 21:30
Where: KÅKÅnomics – Sting Nere
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.


The economics of sex – foreplay!

When: 3 November 2017 at 18.00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – the café Bøker & Børst
Admission free

 

The Economics of Sports

When: 3 November 2017 at 19:00
Where: KÅKÅnomics – the Wine Bar at Gaffel & Karaffel
Entrance: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.


Corruption in a globalised world

When: 3 November 2017 at 19:00
Where: KÅKÅnomics at the jazz venue Spor5
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.

 

Why a BBC reporter needs a bodyguard

When: 3 November 2017 at 19:30
Where:KÅKÅnomics – the café Bøker og Børst
Free admission!

 

The Economics of Sex!

When: 3 November 2017 at 22.00
Where: KÅKÅnomics, at Sting Nere
Admission: NOK 100. NOK 50 for students and disabled.

 

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KÅKÅnomics ARENAS

KÅKÅnomics is being held at the following venues: Kåkå, Café Sting, Bøker & Børst, the Wine Bar at Gaffel & Karaffel, Spor 5, Stavangeren, The Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Sølvberget and the University of Stavanger Business School.

KÅKÅ is funded by:


The founders of KÅKÅ are Kristoffer and Signe Anne Stensrud. The largest contributor to KÅKÅ is the company Månebakken AS. We also receive funding from the Fritt Ord Foundation, Stavanger municipalityThe Arts Council of Norway and Rogaland County Council. Moreover, we receive grant funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Culture via the state Gift Enhancement Scheme.

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