Miliband Lecture on Global Economic Governance with the Centre for the Study of Global Governance presents
Date: Tuesday 29 January 2002
Venue: Old Theatre Old Building with a videolink to D202, Clement House
Speaker: Professor Joseph Stiglitz
Chair: Professor Anthony Giddens
Please note that all tickets for this lecture in the Old Theatre have now gone.
There will be a videolink to room D202 in Clement House (which will open at 5pm) for which a ticket is not required and which is free and open to all.
There will also be a returns queue for entry to the Old Theatre, with any seats empty just before the lecture begins at 5pm being filled with people from this queue.
Professor Stiglitz will examine the failures of the policies inspired by the 'Washington consensus' in situations of transition and crisis, and explore strategies that make for successful development.
Joseph Stiglitz is Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia University. He was awarded the 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics, having made fundamental contributions to every subfield of economic theory. He has been a professor at Yale, Princeton, Oxford, and Stanford, has served as chairman in President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisers and as chief economist of the World Bank.