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CAMSED
Cambridge Development Podcast
The Cambridge Society for Social and Economic Development (CAMSED) is a postgraduate student-run organization of the Centre of Development Studies at the University of Cambridge. With the goal of providing a space for interdisciplinary discussion on international social and economic development, the Society provides a forum for students, academics, and practitioners alike for critical evaluation and topical discussions of issues in the field. Follow us for updates and join the discussion!
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Gary Dymski is a Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Leeds. He has published numerous books, articles, chapters, and studies on banking, financial fragility, urban development, credit-market discrimination, gender and racial inequality, the Latin American and Asian financial...
Published 06/01/21
Gary Dymski is a Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Leeds. He has published numerous books, articles, chapters, and studies on banking, financial fragility, urban development, credit-market discrimination, gender and racial inequality, the Latin American and Asian financial...
Published 05/10/21
What is the role of industrial policy in today’s economic climate? Is there a place for it in the transition to a new, ‘green’ age? And what is the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’? How can it work to our benefit, particularly for developing countries?The Cambridge Development Podcast is back for...
Published 05/03/21
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