Gary Dymski Speaks at SID Netherlands Chapter 2010-2011 Lecture Series
SID Netherlands Chapter 2010-2011 Lecture Series: Global Values in a Changing World
Synergy of State and Society in a Globalized World
On Monday 21 March 2011, Gary Dymski, Professor of Economics at the University of California (Riverside), delivered the sixth lecture of SID NL Chapter 2011 lecture series 'Global Values in a Changing World'.
In his lecture 'Disconnected societies: Rich versus poor in the development debate', Prof. Dymski presented a critical analysis of the current state of global inequality and explained how inequality in wealth and income has compromised development strategy. According to Prof. Dymski, the financial sector shows that unregulated markets and institutions have led to the spread of market instruments that privilege the rich, while engaging in exploitation of the poor.
Gary Dymski has also contributed to SID Development issue 53.3 'Sustaining Local Economies'.
To learn more about SID NL Chapter 2011 lecture series or to become member of the chapter, please visit the SID Netherlands Chapter website at: www.sid-nl.org.
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