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The crises of neoliberalism

Bush House North East Wing, Strand Campus, London

6 Nov
780 Boston
Part of International Development and Emerging Economies Seminars

Speaker: Professor Alfredo Saad Filho (King’s College London)

The global economy is mired in crisis: the deepest economic collapse since the Great Depression has been followed by a ‘Great Stagnation’ with no end in sight. In rapid sequence, democracies around the world started to succumb to a wave of authoritarianism without precedent in the postwar era.

Alfredo presents a review of the causes, severity and implications of the overlapping crises of global politics and the global economy. He will discuss their implications for developing countries in various regions and suggest strategies to support democratic and distributive economic policies.

About the speaker

Alfredo Saad-Filho is Professor of International Development at King’s College London. Previously, he was Professor of Political Economy at SOAS University of London and Senior Economic Affairs Officer at UNCTAD.

He has published extensively on the political economy of development, industrial policy, neoliberalism, democracy, alternative economic policies, Latin American political and economic development, inflation and stabilisation, and the labour theory of value and its applications.

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Organiser: Dr Negar Elodie Behzadi (Social Justice research group, King's College London)

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Alfredo Saad-Filho

Alfredo Saad-Filho

Professor of Political Economy and International Development

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