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The Legacy of Plenty: a workshop

The Legacy of Plenty: a workshop

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How has the commodities bonanza reshaped the economic structure and the governance of resource rich countries? A multi-disciplinary group of experts discussed this question and more during two-day research workshop, 'The Legacy of Plenty'.
Rich lists: the spread of the world's income

Rich lists: the spread of the world's income

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Paul Segal has taken a new approach to analysing the global distribution of income - by using both household surveys and the new top incomes data derived from tax records - in order to produce a new picture of the global rich, who have previously been excluded from the data.
March

March

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In March's International Development newsletter, find out about global distribution of income, Peru's poverty policy, the new LAPC blog and opportunities in the Department.
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Business Adaptation to Ecological Adversity Intensity

Business Adaptation to Ecological Adversity Intensity

Date
27 Jun 2017
Location
G.94 Franklin Wilkins Building
Description
How do firms adapt to the intensity of adverse conditions stemming from the natural environment? Professor Rivera addresses this problem and more in this talk.
Debating Feminist Perspectives on Commemoration, Symbolic Reparation, and the Arts

Debating Feminist Perspectives on Commemoration, Symbolic Reparation, and the Arts

Date
29/30 Jun 2017
Location
K4U.12 King's Building Strand Campus
Description
The AHRC/Global Challenges Network 'Debating, Performing & Curating Symbolic Reparations and Transformative Gender Justice in post conflict Societies' will be holding a conference, 'Debating feminist perspectives on commemoration, symbolic reparation, and the arts'.
Performing Massacre, Re-membering the Nation

Performing Massacre, Re-membering the Nation

Date
30 Jun 2017
Location
Great Hall (Strand Campus)
Description
This talk and performance from Mshai Mwangola stages the journey of remembrance chosen by artists who answered the call to be the Memory-Keepers of Kenya's Massacres
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