Robert Wade, Department of International Development, London School of Economics

Who Counts? Inclusion in Global (Economic) Politics, Exclusion in National Politics

Emerging World Order? Economic Power and Global Governance in the 21st Century

Tuesday, November 12, 4pm, 206 Ingraham

The Costs of Inequality: Capitalism and Democracy at Cross-Purposes

Wednesday, November 13, 4pm, 8417 Social Science

Open Seminar for Students, Faculty and Public

Thursday, November 14, 12:20pm, 8108 Social Science

A man smiles broadly at the camera. His white hair is worn short, and the top of this head is bald. He wears a light blue button-down shirt. A white wall is seen in the background.ROBERT H. WADE is professor of political economy at the London School of Economics.  He was awarded the Leontief Prize for Advancing the Frontiers of Economic Thought in 2008. His book Governing the Market (Princeton University Press, 1990, 2004) won the American Political Science Association award for Best Book in Political Economy in 1992. In 2008, The Financial Times listed him as one among “fifty of the world’s most influential economists.” Before LSE, he worked at the Institute of Development Studies (Sussex University), Princeton, MIT, Brown, and the World Bank, and held fellowships at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, the Russell Sage Foundation, New York, and the Institute for Advanced Study, Berlin. He has carried out field research in Pitcairn Island, Italy, India, South Korea, Taiwan, and inside the World Bank. In recent years, his research and writing has concentrated on issues of industrial policy (including in the United States); global inequality; global economic and financial governance (including the G20 and the World Bank); financial crises; and the ethics of economists.