Coronavirus Debate: What does the future of the world look like?

As the world continues to fight the spread of coronavirus, what can it expect at the other end? (Subscribe:

Will we face a Great Depression, as many have predicted? Will globalisation, the root of much prosperity and inequality survive? Will there be a Green Revolution? Will nationalism triumph? And do our bizarre locked down lives give us a glimpse of the future?

Big questions for two very big brains.

I’m now joined by the Nobel Prize-winning economist Prof Joseph Stiglitz and Prof Ngaire Woods, founding Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and professor of global economic governance at Oxford University.

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