• Globalisation, Inequality and Politics

Globalisation, Inequality and Politics

Kaj Thomsson, assistant professor of economics

Thomsson will give an overview of the driving forces as well as the consequences of globalization. Changes in global inequality and poverty will be presented and discussed, as well as the political implications of globalization for nation states and the political response of voters.

agenda

Fri 7 September 22:45-23:15h
Colloquiumzaal 2, 0.015
Location 6: Bouillonstraat 8