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Top Minds Weigh in on the Current Climate of Globalization

Four of the world's leaders in economics and development, Columbia's Joseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Prize winner in Economics; Jeffrey Sachs, director, Columbia's Earth Institute; George Soros, chairman, the Open Society Institute, and Mark Malloch-Brown, administrator, UN Development Program, debated open border trade-offs in "Globalization and Inequality." Describing governing systems that are non-democratic, panelists agreed that certain countries gain at the expense of developing nations.

Anthony Marx
 
Anthony Marx

Anthony Marx, Professor of Political Science Offers Introduction

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George Soros
 
George Soros

George Soros, Chairman of the Open Society Institute

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Jeffrey Sachs
 
Jeffrey Sachs

Jeffrey Sachs, Director of The Earth Institute at Columbia and Special Advisor to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan

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Joseph Stiglitz
 
Joseph Stiglitz

Joseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Prize winner in Economics, Professor at Columbia's SIPA, Economics Department of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and School of Business

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Mark Malloch-Brown
 
Mark Malloch-Brown

Mark Malloch-Brown, Administrator, United Nations Development Program

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Panel Discussion

Describing Governing Systems that Are Non-democratic, Panelists Agreed Certain Countries Gain at Expense of Developing Nations.

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Shot: Feb 21, 2003
Published: Feb 24, 2003
Last modified:Feb 24, 2003