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OXONIA Distinguished Speaker Events in
Michaelmas Term 2006

 

Why Opposing Globalisation Is Immoral

By Clive Crook (The Atlantic Monthly)

Chair: Frances Cairncross, Rector of Exeter College

Date: Monday 27 November 2006

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Economics Department Building

Time: 5:30pm

The seminar is part of the series "Aspects of Globalisation" jointly organised with Exeter College, University of Oxford. OXONIA and Exeter College gratefully acknowledge financial support from HSBC.

Clive Crook is a senior editor and columnist with The Atlantic Monthly and National Journal. He is also the chief editorial advisor to the chairman of Atlantic Media Company, watching over a portfolio of media properties including National Journal, Congress Daily, Government Executive, The Atlantic and The Hotline. He was educated at Magdalen College, Oxford and the London School of Economics. He has worked as an official in Her Majesty's Treasury, and as a consultant to the World Bank. He spent 22 years at The Economist, as the economics correspondent (1983-85); Washington D.C. correspondent (1985-86); economics editor, responsible for all the paper's economics coverage and principal editorial-writer on economic policy (1986-93); and then as the deputy editor (1993-2005). He now lives and works in Washington, DC.
 

 

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