Department of International Development discussion
Date: Tuesday 1 May 2012
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Professor Jack Goldstone, Professor Eric Kaufmann, John Parker
Chair: Dr Elliott Green
This panel will discuss the current global demographic revolution – the contrast between an aging developed world and a youthful developing world. This marks the publication of Political Demography: how population changes are reshaping international security and national politics.
Jack Goldstone is the Virginia E and John T Hazel Jr Professor at the George Mason School of Public Policy.
Eric Kaufmann is professor of politics at Birkbeck College, University of London.
John Parker writes about globalisation without economic policy. He was previously bureau chief in Washington, Moscow and Brussels for the Economist.
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