Date: Tuesday 13 January 2004
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Bob Sutcliffe
Chair: Professor David Held
Migration is now one of the central issues of world politics and economies. How does it fit into the present structure of world capitalism? Who benefits and who loses from present patterns of migration? Is it the continuation of imperialism in a new guise or a route to emancipation and democracy? What should socialist say and do about it?
Professor Bob Sutcliffe is a Visiting Miliband Fellow at LSE. Prior to this, he taught economics at the University of Bilbao, Spain.
This lecture is part of the Miliband Programme. To find out more about the Miliband Programme click here .
See Global Inequality in Twentieth Century Capitalism for details on the Visiting Miliband Fellow Seminar Series.
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Crossing Borders in the New Imperialism Paper (PDF)