Ralph Miliband Series on the Future of Global Capitalism
Date: Tuesday 18 May 2010
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Carlota Perez
Chair: Professor Mary Kaldor
Drawing lessons from history, this lecture will argue that the potential of information technologies, the challenges of the environment and the scope for re-specialisation in the globalised economy could bring about a sustainable global 'golden age'.
Carlota Perez is research associate in CFAP/CERF at the University of Cambridge and professor of technology and development at Tallinn University of Technology.
This event is supported by the LSE Annual Fund.
A copy of Professor Carlota Perez's PowerPoint presentation is now available online:
Download: Full Globalisation as a Positive-Sum Game: Green Demand as an Answer to the Financial Crisis (pdf)
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