In Conversation with Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah, 7th October

Ian Goldin and Robert Muggah

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Join us as Cornerstone Publisher Ben Brusey asks the authors to delve into the global impact of Covid-19, our understanding of which has so far been largely shaped by maps – from the spread of the disease and the level of testing, to the impact of our global response including pollution levels, a decline in travel and even the fact that the world is literally quieter. Ian and Rob will reveal some of their most fascinating learnings about how our world has changed this year, in ways big and small that have impacted us all.

We’ll be asking Ian and Rob about their fascinating, inspiring and visually dazzling book Terra Incognita, and in what ways the content can be brought up to date for future publications.

About the authors

Ian Goldin –, is the Oxford University Professor of Globalisation and Development and the founding Director of the Oxford Martin School. Previously Ian was economic advisor to President Mandela and then Vice President and Policy Head for the World Bank. He has been a keynote speaker at successive Davos and TED events and is the author of 22 books.

Robert Muggah is a globally recognised scholar and practitioner of political economy. He co-founded the Igarapé Institute - a leading think tank devoted to promoting safety and justice across Latin America, Africa and Asia. He has delivered several TED talks and is a regular speaker at the World Economic Forum Davos summit.

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