Globalization, migration and future of middle class
Does a lasting state of inequality “exhaust” a society? Can it erase the positive effects of development? Increasing globalization, global economic exchange, migration, and different political processes all increase the possibility of inequalities. Esteemed economist Branco Milanovic will discuss recent changes in global income distribution, the creation of a „global middle class”, and the stagnation of median incomes in the West. Join live on 12th October at 5:30 pm CET from Brussels and on 13th October at 6:00 pm CET from Belgrade.
When: 12th October 2016 at 5:30 pm CET / 3:30 pm GMT (check time around the world).
Where:VUB Campus Etterbeek – Aula Q.b, Brussels, 1050 BELGIUM
When: 13th October 2016 at 6:00 pm CET / 4:00 pm GMT (check time around the world).
Where: Faculty for Economics, Finance and Administration, Boulevard Zorana Đinđića 44, Belgrade
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