Department of Geography and Environment public lecture
Date: Monday 25 June 2012
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Dambisa Moyo
Chair: Professor Eric Neumayer
Dambisa Moyo discusses the increasingly heated competition for the world's water and land, and the likely geopolitical fallout of China's biggest commodity rush in history. Are we heading for large-scale conflict and what can governments do to avoid it?
Dambisa Moyo author of Dead Aid and How the West Was Lost; she has been an economist at the World Bank and Goldman Sachs and was chosen as Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World in 2009.
This event celebrates the publication of her new book Winner Take All: The Race for the World's Resources.
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