Pandemics, Climate Change, and Global Economics: Where Did We Go Wrong in Globalization?

Pandemics, Climate Change, and Global Economics: Where Did We Go Wrong in Globalization?
Level: beginner
Dani Rodrik
Harvard Kennedy School, 2020
Perspective: Institutionalist Economics
Topic: Capitalism, Development, globalization, institutions, markets, resources, environment & climate
Format: Lecture
Duration: 01:07:45
Link: https://harvard.zoom.us/rec/play/65MpdOur_Go3HtXH4wSDA_YtW460J_6sgHAWr_AEnkqxV3QGY1HyNLobautCBAxkEqnqq94YMw4FyBWV?continueMode=true

Dani Rodrik, Professor of International Political Economy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, is teaching in this online session about the global rules under which the modern (free trade-focused) type of globalization operates and why, under such institutions, international community fails to deal with the climate change and pandemics.

Comment from our editors:

A glimpse into the Dani Rodrik's class on globalization, well-explained and accessible to anyone. Recommended for those wondering why global society is organized in a way that often prevents it from implementing sensible policies. The online lecture is accompanied by a presentation and a Q&A session at the end.

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