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Harry Kreisler: Conversations With History: The Future of Economic Growth in a Multispeed World

October 4, 2011

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Series host Harry Kreisler interviews Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economics.

Recognizing the nerd in all of us, Guernica brings you Conversations with History, a video series of interviews with distinguished intellectuals conducted by creator and executive producer Harry Kreisler and produced by the Institute of International Studies at the University of California at Berkeley.

In this week’s episode, Kreisler welcomes welcomes Nobel Laureate Michael Spence for a discussion of his new book, The Next Convergence. Spence discusses his intellectual odyssey focusing on his Nobel Prize research on information and market structure then explains how his work as Chairman of the Commission on Growth and Development led him to write his new book. Tracing the impact of the internet, globalization, and domestic and international policy on the trajectory of economic growth in the emerging economies, he highlights the implications of the resulting high speed economic growth for the global economy and global governance.

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Harry 20bio.jpgHarry Kreisler is also the Executive Director of the Institute of International Studies at the University of California at Berkeley. In that role, he shapes, administers, and implements interdisciplinary academic and public affairs programs that analyze global issues.


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