Backlash: Saving Globalisation from itself

Globalisation. Source of prosperity for billions? Or a driver of increasing inequality, poor labour conditions, unceasing environmental damage, and cultural fracture? Or both?

The debate on what people gain and lose from open trade among nations has been bubbling for some time and is nearing its boiling point. The shape of our societies, our economies and our politics has changed beyond recognition, throwing globalisation into reverse. Is this the end of globalisation as we know it?

Joe Zammitt-Lucia, entrepreneur, investor, leadership advisor and commentator, will talk about the new book he has written with David Boyle to explore these issues.  Magdalena Polan, a Global Emerging Market Economist at Legal & General Investment Management in London, will respond with her perspective.

Following discussion, there will be a wine reception.

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Speakers:

Joe Zammit-Lucia

Joe is co-Founder and Trustee of Radix – the think tank for the radical centre where he has authored papers on corporate governance, multiple aspects … Read more

Magdalena Polan

Magdalena is a Global Emerging Market Economist at Legal & General Investment Management in London, responsible primarily for macroeconomic analysis and investment strategy across global … Read more

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Location:

School of Economic Science, 11-13 Mandeville Place, London, United Kingdom, W1U 3AJ

When:

May 22, 2018
18:30-20:00

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