Warwick PPE Forum: All Work and No Pay in 2013, The Automation of the Global Economy
Saturday 09 November 2013,2pm - 6pm
Woods-Scawen Room (Arts Centre)
WARWICK UNIVERSITY PPE SOCIETY
presents the 2013 PPE FORUM
All Work and No Pay in 2013: The Automation of the Global Economy
Date: Saturday, 9 November 2013
Time: 2pm to 6 pm
Place: The Arts Centre, Warwick University
The Warwick Philosophy, Politics and Economics Forum is a distinguished speaker event and panel debate that discusses global issues with an interdisciplinary approach. Last year's event on the Eurozone Crisis won the award for Most Innovative Event at the RBS Enterprising Student Society Awards.
This year the Warwick University PPE Forum will hear from influential economists, authors and commentators from around the globe on the subject of the increasing economic and social impact of advancing technology, automation and globalisation of the global economy.
How can such progress be used to the benefit of all rather than just the elite?
Are we heading for a society with an even greater wealth gap?
SPEAKERS AT THE 2013 PPE FORUM:
Jonathan Schlefer, Harvard Business School
Author of ‘The Assumptions Economists Make’
Martin Ford, Founder of a Silicon Valley-based software development firm
Author of ‘The Lights in the Tunnel’
Guy Standing, SOAS and founder of Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN)
Author of ‘Work After Globalization’ & 'The Precariat'
Izabella Kaminska, FT Alphaville
Prolific financial and economics blogger on the highly regarded FT Alphaville
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