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How to Design a 21st Century Economy - with Kate Raworth

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Humanity’s challenge this century is simple but radical: to meet the needs of all within the means of the planet. Can it be done? Last century’s economic theories give us little chance of getting us there, and yet are still taught in university departments worldwide. Kate Raworth argues that it is time for a new compass for charting human wellbeing – one that compels us to replace the 20th century fixation on endless GDP growth with a 21st century focus on regenerative and distributive economic design.

Discussant: Dr Anna Alexandrova, Senior Lecturer in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science

17:15 – 18:30 lecture

18:30 – 19:00 drinks reception for all

This event is free but booking in advance is essential:

Lecture theatre holds 140, so please arrive promptly to secure a place here. Once this limit has been reached, guests will be directed to the overflow room where there will be a live relay.

This talk is part of the Just on the Edge series.

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