Free Online

Thu, 23 April 2020

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

The World After Corona – Globalisation, Risk and the Future

Ian Goldin

VENUE

Online

UPDATE! Due to unprecedented popularity, this free livestream has moved to Zoom. Please Register here.

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In 2014 Oxford economist Ian Goldin predicted that a global pandemic would cause the next financial crisis. He joins us to analyse the unfolding situation and tell us the likely consequences for our lives and the world.

Ian Goldin is the world’s leading expert on the systemic risks created by globalisation – risks that, in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, are no longer hypothetical, but profoundly affecting every human being alive today.

As founding Director of the Oxford Martin School, and formerly Vice President of the World Bank, CEO of the Development Bank of Southern Africa and Economic Advisor to Nelson Mandela, Professor Goldin’s insight into the management of global risk is singularly distinguished, and sought out by governments, businesses, NGOs and individuals throughout the world.

Now, in this livestream exploring the underlying causes and long-term consequences of our immediate crisis, How To Academy will make this expertise available to you.

How does globalization creates systemic risks, and what can we do about it? What global responses are necessary both to the current pandemic – and to prevent another such catastrophe emerging in the near future? Will the world deglobalize, and what is the lasting impact on our societies and the world order?

Don’t miss this opportunity to find out from one of the world’s leading economic thinkers. Register for the talk on Zoom here.

About Our Digital Programme:

In response to the global pandemic, How To Academy is curating a not-for-profit programme of live-streamed talks and conversations bringing you advice, insight and entertainment. Tickets are offered on a Pay What You Can basis, including a Free option for those who cannot afford more at this difficult time. Thank you for your help sustaining How To Academy through the crisis — and for enabling us to share new thinking from across the globe at a time when it has never been more important.

 

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