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CSAD: Global Perspectives on Inequality

As part of the Center for the Study of American Democracy’s conference this week, students and faculty were treated to a panel discussion from Branko Milanovic, Ben White and Charles Horner (see here for our interview with Horner). Milanovic is a Serbian economist specializing on inequality and development who is currently a visiting professor at

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CSAD: Interview with Charles Horner

Charles Horner is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, specializing in China and its relationship with the increasingly globalized world. Formerly of the Reagan and first Bush administrations, he is the author of Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate, which was nominated for the Joseph Levenson Prize of the Association of Asian Studies. He is also the father of

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