The emergence of the so-called 'Rising Powers' - including but not limited to China, India, Brazil and Russia - represents one of the key drivers of global economic and social change. The Rising Powers and Interdependent Futures network funded by the Economic and Social Research Council includes 12 research projects at ten universities across the UK that explore these ongoing changes.
Tuesday, 28 June 2016
Podcast: John Knight on China’s effective but flawed economic governance
by Global Development Institute (GDI), University of Manchester Professor John Knight, The University of Oxford, recently spoke at the GDI on ‘the principal-agent problem, the developmental state, subjective well-being and social instability: China’s effective but flawed economic governance.’ Listen to the talk in full below: This blog post was originally published on 21 June 2016 on development@manchester. Read the original post.