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Industrial Revolution or Agricultural Revolution?

IGC Growth Week 2010 public discussion

A distinguished panel tackles controversial and highly significant questions regarding the relative importance of industrial and agricultural revolution in the developing countries today, for both economic growth and wider development.

Joel Kibazo is an Associate Fellow of the Africa Programme at Chatham House.

Paul Romer is senior fellow at the Stanford Center for International Development, Stanford University.

Mark Rosenzweig is the Frank Altschul Professor of International Economics at Yale University.

John Sutton is Sir John Hicks Professor of Economics at LSE.

This public discussion is part of Growth Week 2010, a three-day conference organised by the International Growth Centre (IGC). The previous event Industrial Productivity takes place at 4.30pm on 21 September with the next public event Reforming Educational Systems taking place at 4.30pm on 22 September.


Joel Kibazo | talks
Professor Paul Romer | talks
Professor Mark Rosenzweig | talks
Professor John Sutton | talks


Date and Time:

21 September 2010 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Sheikh Zayed Theatre
New Academic Building
London School of Economics and Political Science

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London School of Economics & Political Science
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