Wednesday, April 11, 2018 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
Carow Hall, Lecture Room
Come join the Center for Study of Public Choice for lunch, a presentation, and a discussion at Public Choice Seminar Series featuring:
Charles Kenny, Center for Global Development, on:
Winning the War on Death: Humanity, Infection and the Fight for the Modern World
Light Lunch: 11:45
Seminar: 12:00 noon - 1:15 PM
Wednesday, April 11th
In Winning the War on Death: Humanity, Infection and the Fight for the Modern World (forthcoming 2018), Charles Kenny discusses humanity’s triumph over five different infectious killers and suggest that even though we are more physically connected to people around the globe than ever before, our ingenuity as a species will defend us against another global infectious disease catastrophe.
Charles Kenny is the Director of Gender, Technology, and Development programs and Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington D.C. Kenny has published several books, including Winning the War on Death (forthcoming 2018), Results Not Receipts: Counting the Right Things in Aid and Development (2017), and The Upside of Down: Why the Rise of the Rest is Good for the West (2013). His research can be found in the Journal of International Commerce, the Journal of International Development, and the Journal of Development Studies (among others).
The seminar series schedule and paper can be found here.