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Kristin Dilani Nadarajah

I am from Norway and I have a BSc in Economics from University of York, and about to start my master's degree this fall in economics with the EPOG joint masters program. Last year I also took a course in History of Economic Thought in Mexico. I am currently enrolled in a one-year course in Media Studies at the University of Oslo. Outside university, I am active in a Norwegian environmental and development organisation, where I contribute to increasing the competence in alternative economics, both within the organisation and towards the public.

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Kristin Dilani contributed to the following content

Level: beginner
A remarkable and insightful tribute into the works of late Malawian development economist, Professor Thandika Mkandawire. Must read for anyone looking to broaden their scope of understanding development as it relates to the African continent.
2020
Level: beginner
A detailed introduction into dependency theory that rethinks its relevance to modern development challenges.
2020
Level: beginner
Hamilton argues that economics lacks the political economy context in order to understand racism, and demonstrates how racism is embedded in the political economy of America.
2020
Level: beginner
In this podcast, Laura Basu speaks with a range of expert academics and public speakers – such as Jayati Ghosh, Yanis Varoufakis, Walden Bello, and Ashish Kothari about how the rules of the global economy are fostering the inequality and underdevelopment we see today.
2019
Level: advanced
What does the financialization of housing, weakened pension rights, and land grabbing have in common with 2020's post-pandemic crisis? David Harvey explains how these are all results of the increased tendency of accumulation by dispossession, where profits today are mostly generated by dispossession after a crisis and not by production. Will governments in every part of the world be able to prevent that pattern from happening again in the near future?

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