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Jane Kelsey on 'The FIRE Economy' - AKL - 12th August

Jane Kelsey on 'The FIRE Economy' - AKL - 12th August

Professor Jane Kelsey is one of New Zealand’s best-known public intellectuals. She has taught at the University of Auckland since 1979. She was awarded a Marsden Grant in 2009 to review the neoliberal project in the wake of the global financial crisis, research that forms the basis of her new book The FIRE Economy.

You can read more and register for this Auckland event here.

When & Where

Auckland, 12th August 6.30pm - 8.30pm Lecture Theatre 3, Owen G Glenn Building, Auckland University

Max Rashbrooke on 'Why we need to change the way we talk about poverty and inequality' - AKL - 13th August

We are pleased to be able to invite you to hear Max Rashbrooke, the author of Inequality: A New Zealand Crisis, published by BWB, and a leading journalist and researcher on inequality and the case for reform.

You can read more and register for this Auckland event here.


Lecture Room J1, J Block, Auckland College of Education

76 Epsom Ave, Auckland 1023


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