CNBC Interview Addressing Africa’s Rapid Urbanisation

At Africa Development Week in Dakar, Senegal, CNBC Africa on urbanisation and industrialisation.

 

 

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The Third Memorial Christopher Freeman Lecture will be held on November 5 2017 at the Centre for Studies in Science Policy at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi. The lecture will coincide with the last day of the Indialics conference on the economics of innovation.

In 2016 two talks were given in the US's agricultural heartland, Iowa. Iowa is the hub for biotech research and economic development pressures in "new" manufacturing.

The talks were held in the Urban and Regional Planning program at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, and at the City and Community Planning program at the Iowa State University of Science and Technology in Ames.

 

India, many claim, is over-regulated. But Delhi shows how little the economy is regulated where it counts. From coal to construction debris, agriculture, transportation to waste industries, this is an industrial de-regulation crisis.

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Delhi's air pollution is causing a health crisis. So, what can be done?

 

Where is transnational trade determined? An analysis of development priorities and EU-India trade pacts

The Indo-Swiss Scholars' Exchange Grant, Funded by: The Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR)

Indo-Swiss Joint Research Programme in the Social Sciences

Abstract Industrial welfare history presents important challenges to developmental state theories in “late” industrialization. This article expands the debate by examining how nation-states create statutory welfare by addressing institutional variety beyond markets. It is simplistic to argue linear growth of national welfare or of states autonomously regulating markets to achieve risk-mitigation. I contend that welfare institutions emerge from the state’s essential conflict and collaboration with various alternate institutions in cities and regions.