Professor Pranab K. Bardhan, a development economist and author of a book, A world of insecurity, speaks about the reasons behind the corrosion of liberal democracies around the world.
Explaining why the public leans more and more toward nationalism, he talks about economic inequalities, worker empowerment and cultural insecurities, and also gives some guidance what should our response be.
PRANAB K. BARDHAN – Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of California, Berkeley, College of Letters & Science, United States.
- A World of Insecurity, Democratic Disenchantment in Rich and Poor Countries (Pranab Bardhan)
- Bled Strategic Forum 2023
- BSF Programme and Speakers
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