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Ian Goldin

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      An optimistic vision of the future after Covid-19 by a leading professor of globalisation at the University of Oxford.Covid-19 left us at a crossroads: should we go back to 'normal', or use the lessons learned during the pandemic to shape a new society?But what does life after a pandemic look like, and how do we build a better, more hopeful future?Ian Goldin, Professor of Development and Globalisation at the University of Oxford, provides an urgently needed roadmap that reveals how the pandemic could lead to a better world: from globalisation to the future of jobs, income inequality, and climate change.Rescue is a bold call for an optimistic future and one we all have the power to create.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ian Goldin EAN: 9781529366907 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 236 g HEIGHT: 196 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Hodder & Stoughton DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Research & Development, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Economy, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Disasters & Disaster Relief WIDTH: 128 cm SPINE:

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      Social impact of disasters / accidents (natural or man-made), Social and cultural anthropology, Geopolitics

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      Ian Goldin is Professor of Development and Globalisation at the University of Oxford. He was economic advisor to President Mandela, Vice President of the World Bank and the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School, which brings together over 300 Oxford faculty members to address global challenges. He is a regular keynote speaker on Ted, Google, Zeitgeist and at Davos.

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      An optimistic vision of the future after Covid-19 by a leading professor of globalisation at the University of Oxford.Covid-19 left us at a crossroads: should we go back to 'normal', or use the lessons learned during the pandemic to shape a new society?But what does life after a pandemic look like, and how do we build a better, more hopeful future?Ian Goldin, Professor of Development and Globalisation at the University of Oxford, provides an urgently needed roadmap that reveals how the pandemic could lead to a better world: from globalisation to the future of jobs, income inequality, and climate change.Rescue is a bold call for an optimistic future and one we all have the power to create.
      CONTRIBUTORS: Ian Goldin EAN: 9781529366907 COUNTRY: United Kingdom PAGES: WEIGHT: 236 g HEIGHT: 196 cm
      PUBLISHED BY: Hodder & Stoughton DATE PUBLISHED: CITY: GENRE: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Research & Development, POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Economy, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Disasters & Disaster Relief WIDTH: 128 cm SPINE:

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      Social impact of disasters / accidents (natural or man-made), Social and cultural anthropology, Geopolitics

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      Ian Goldin is Professor of Development and Globalisation at the University of Oxford. He was economic advisor to President Mandela, Vice President of the World Bank and the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School, which brings together over 300 Oxford faculty members to address global challenges. He is a regular keynote speaker on Ted, Google, Zeitgeist and at Davos.

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