Joseph Stiglitz: The Price of Inequality
The Price of Inequality8 July 2014
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph E. Stiglitz and a panel of experts discuss the price of inequality and what happens to communities when the issue is ignored. Can we improve social wellbeing and address relative inequality while creating productive economies and liveable places with good public transport, social infrastructure and services? Joseph Stiglitz speaks with Adam Spencer, and panellists Dr Tim Soutphommasane – Race Discrimination Commissioner, Richard Denniss – Executive Director, The Australia Institute, Dr Cassandra Goldie – Chief Executive Officer, ACOSS and Professor Megan Davis – Member, UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples about this important issue.
Download mp4Welcome - Lord Mayor Clover MooreKeynote - Professor Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize-winning economist and author, the Price of InequalityIn conversation - Professor Joseph Stiglitz and Adam SpencerPanel discussion - Professor Joseph Stiglitz, Adam Spencer, Dr Tim Soutphommasane, Richard Denniss, Dr Cassandra Goldie and UNSW Professor Megan DavisWith one voice: Sydney Sings
Last updated: Wednesday, 9 July 2014