"The Information Economy and Global Revolution"
Walter Russell Mead, Distinguished Fellow at the Hudson Institute, Global View columnist at The Wall Street Journal and Professor of Foreign Affairs and Humanities at Bard College, will be visiting the Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard University on Friday, October 4th to discuss global revolution and the effect of the information revolution on global politics.
The world is shifting from an industrial-based to an information-based economy. While most understand that this shift is occurring, few are able to connect this massive economic change with the political turbulence we see today. Mr. Mead will remark on these trends and their potential consequences for global politics before opening discussion to a Q&A.
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The Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard University is directed by Prof. Harvey Mansfield.