Ralph Miliband Series on the Future of Global Capitalism
Date: Thursday 18 February 2010
Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Speaker: Professor David Goldblatt
Chair: Professor David Held
Globalisation has seen sport achieve a hitherto unequalled global cultural significance, but it has also left it in thrall to capitalism. Will economic forces continue to shape sport?
David Goldblatt is a writer, broadcaster and teacher. He is author of The Ball is Round: a global history of football.
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