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Global Development Institute

Global Development Institute Lecture Series

In a fast moving world, the Global Development Institute Lecture Series provides space for leading development thinkers to discuss their latest research and ideas. Lectures are free and open to all.

The Global Development Institute Lecture Series is open to staff, students and the general public, no booking required - just turn up.

We share a video and podcast of each lecture shortly after.

5 - 6.30pm

25 September

Stephanie Barrientos

Gender and Work: Capturing the gains in global value chains

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

2 October

Rhys Jenkins

How China is reshaping the global economy: development impacts in Africa and Latin America

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

14 October

Raquel Rolnik

Urban Warfare: housing under the empire of finance

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

23 October

Tony Shorrocks

Trends in inequality

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

30 October

Rachel Glennerster

Can technology solve global poverty?

GDI Annual Lecture

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

13 November

Cathy Boone

Spatial inequality in African political economy: rethinking uneven development

Adrian Leftwich memorial lecture

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

5 - 6.30pm

27 November

Paul Vallely

Is philanthropy good for international development

Theatre B

Roscoe Building

 

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Watch the videos or listen to the podcasts for the 2016-17 lecture series below.