The global financial crisis produced ruinous consequences – economic, social, cultural and political.
In this discussion with two of the world’s leading social scientists, the culture of global capitalism and its 24/7 financial markets is appraised afresh.
Chaired by the Director of the Hawke Research Institute, Professor Anthony Elliott, the conversation will range from why global finance is so crisis prone to the challenges and risks facing the Australian economy and society in the aftermath of the crisis.
Throughout Professors Robert Holton and John Carroll will provide thought-provoking insights into the volatile world of global capitalism and its consequences for Australia in the twenty-first century.
This lecture is the latest in the Hawke InConversation series, co-presented by the Hawke Centre and the Hawke Research Institute, Thursday 3 April, 6pm.
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