Tuesday, October 3, 2000
OPENING CONVOCATION AND FIRST LECTURE Jeffrey D. Sachs
"New Approaches to Helping the Poorest of the Poor in the Global Economy"
SECOND LECTURE Robert A. Mundell
"Does a Global Economy Need a Global Currency"
THIRD LECTURE John B. Cobb Jr.
"The Stake of Christian Theology in Economic Globalization"
NOBEL CONCERT (not being Webcast)
"Music: The Global Language"
FIRING LINES (not being Webcast)
"Two simultaneous panel discussions with the speakers "
F.W. Olin Hall 103 and Wallenberg Auditorium
Wednesday, October 4, 2000
FOURTH LECTURE Joseph E. Stiglitz
"Globalization, Equity, and the Developing World"
FIFTH LECTURE Jagdish N. Bhagwati
"Globalization and Appropriate Governance"
SIXTH LECTURE Michael Sohlman
"Globalization Some Reflections of a Practitioner"
NOBEL DINNER AND LECTURE Amitai Etzioni (not being Webcast)
"The Future of the Global Community"
Evelyn Young Dining Room
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