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Podcast - Dr Rupert Read & Alice Vincent on Future Generations

Dr Rupert Read & Alice Vincent speaking at the seminar Self Interest vs Self Preservation - what are the rights of future generations?

15th June 2011 18:00 -20:00 St Nicholas House, Bristol, BS12AW

hosted by the Schumacher Institute in Bristol in Partnership with the Alliance for Future Generations

LSE podcast: 'Running While Others Walk': the challenge of African development

Africa lags behind other developing nations both economically and by other related social indicators. There is widespread feeling in Africa that, in the words of Nyerere, 'Africa must run while others walk'. The lecture will consider the implications of this task on African scholarship.

LSE podcast: 'Running While Others Walk': the challenge of African development

Africa lags behind other developing nations both economically and by other related social indicators. There is widespread feeling in Africa that, in the words of Nyerere, 'Africa must run while others walk'. The lecture will consider the implications of this task on African scholarship.

Podcast from LSE: The Plundered Planet

There is a battle for the future of our planet between profiteers who threaten to destroy natural resources for gain and backward-looking environmental romantics who thwart constructive development. Paul Collier uses his ground-breaking research to offer realistic and sustainable solutions that reconcile the immediate needs of the world's growing population without despoiling the planet for future generations.

Podcast from LSE: The Plundered Planet

There is a battle for the future of our planet between profiteers who threaten to destroy natural resources for gain and backward-looking environmental romantics who thwart constructive development. Paul Collier uses his ground-breaking research to offer realistic and sustainable solutions that reconcile the immediate needs of the world's growing population without despoiling the planet for future generations.

Think Globally Radio - Dr Elisabeth Corell: Rethinking Globalisation in the light of contraction and convergence

Brought to you by Think Globally Radio, Sunday April 18th at 19:00 on 95.3 Mhz. in Stockholm: Rethinking globalisation in the light of Contraction and Convergence: With Dr Elisabeth Corell, Converge Project Leader, The Natural Step. 

LSE Podcast: The Future of Global Capitalism, Convergence or Divergence Across the World

This podcast brings together Martin Jacques, Professor Michael Cox, and Professor Robert Wade to debate the changing nature and form of modern capitalism and to explore some of the challenges that will confront capitalism in the years ahead. Martin Jacques is the author of When China Rules the World: the Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World, and a Senior Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. Michael Cox is professor of international relations and co-director of LSE IDEAS. Robert Wade is Professor of International Political Economy at LSE.

LSE podcast: The Future of Capitalism and Globalisation: Global Perspectives and a European Agenda

The subprime crisis and the global recession are receding. But what will be their long-term consequences? What future awaits globalization, international relations, and the market economy? What are the global trends of crisis policies and what do they mean for the post-crisis world? These fundamental questions will be addressed at an evening debate that will offer both the big global picture and the view from the new EU Commissioner for Trade.

Podcast from LSE: The Future of Global Capitalism, Convergence or Divergence Across the World

This event brings together Martin Jacques, Professor Michael Cox, and Professor Robert Wade to debate the changing nature and form of modern capitalism and to explore some of the challenges that will confront capitalism in the years ahead. Martin Jacques is the author of When China Rules the World: the Rise of the Middle Kingdom and the End of the Western World, and a Senior Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. Michael Cox is professor of international relations and co-director of LSE IDEAS. Robert Wade is Professor of International Political Economy at LSE.

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