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Regulating Global Capitalism

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  • UserProfessor Peter Nolan, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Chair of the University of Cambridge's Development Studies Committee, Director of the Chinese Big Business Programme (CBBP) at the Judge Business School
  • ClockWednesday 12 March 2008, 18:30-20:00
  • HouseGates Scholars' Common Room, University Centre.

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The epoch of ‘wild globalisation’, which was launched in the 1980s, is coming to a close. If mankind is to survive the Twenty-First Century, there is no choice but to move towards cooperative institutions that regulate global capitalism, which is the most dynamic force in human history, in the collective interest of all human beings.

This talk is part of the Gates Distinguished Lecture Series series.

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