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The Amartya Sen Lecture at LSE|
Ninth president of the World Bank, James Wolfensohn delivers this lecture in honour of Amartya Sen, professor of economics at Harvard University, honorary LSE fellow and 1998 Nobel Prize recipient. Event date: 29 May.
Cooking as a Political Act|
Journalist and food writer Michael Pollan discusses what happens when corporations do the cooking, and why we need to take back control of our diets for the sake of our family, health and environment. Event date: 30 May.
Representing Europeans: a pragmatic approach|
With an increasing impact on Europe, Professor Richard Rose analyses the increased impact of the European Union, how democratic the institutions are and how far they really respond to voters' concerns. Event date: 6 June.
Speakers: Dr Ha-Joon Chang, Professor Danny Quah
Recorded: Wednesday 15 May 2013, approx. 91 minutes
Speakers: Lord Glasman, Michael Gove
Recorded: Wednesday 15 May 2013, approx. 64 mins
Speaker: Dr Andrew Beatty
Recorded: Thursday 16 May 2013, approx. 59 mins
The Handbook of Global Climate and Environment Policy|
Handbook on Energy and Climate Change|