World Bank Global Poverty Measures

World Bank Global Poverty Measures

SEMINAR by Thomas Pogge, Chair of CROP Scientific Committee.

22 August 2013 | Mexico DF, Mexico

Thomas Pogge, chair of CROP and Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs at Yale University, will give this Thursday 22nd a lecture on "Critical analysis about World Bank's global poverty measures". The event is organized for former SC member Julio Boltvinik at the Centro de Estudios Sociológicos (CES), El Colegio  de México.

Pogge's presentation will be commented by Luis Arizmendi, Araceli Damián y Pablo Yanes.

Venue: Thursday 22 August 2013, 12.00, Salón 5524, El Colegio de México.


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