Populist Plutocrats Conference–Video Update

Sorry for yet another follow-up post on last month’s Populist Plutocrats conference, but I wanted to let interested readers know that, in addition to the unedited recording of the full conference, the good people at the University of Chicago’s Stigler Center have made available edited videos of each of the conference, which you can access from the conference webpage. I’ll also post the conferennce schedule with the video links below, in the hopes that you will also be able to get to the videos directly from here, but if the links below don’t work you can get the videos from the Stigler page by following he link above.

Welcome and Opening Remarks
John Manning (Dean, Harvard Law School)

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Understanding Populist Plutocracy 1: Berlusconi in Italy

Giovanni Orsina (Professor of History, Luiss-Carli University)
Beppe Severgnini (journalist and columnist, Corriere della Sera)
Luigi Zingales (Professor, University of Chicago Booth School of Business)

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Understanding Populist Plutocracy 2: Thaksin in Thailand

Abhisit Vejjajiva (Prime Minister of Thailand 2008-2011; Leader of the Democrat Party)
Duncan McCargo (Professor of Political Science, University of Leeds)

Moderator: Alan Wirzbicki (senior editorial writer, Boston Globe)

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Resisting Populist Plutocracy 1: Investigative Journalism in Estrada’s Philippines

Panelist: Sheila Coronel (Professor, Columbia Journalism School)

Moderator: David Sanger (national security correspondent, New York Times)

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Resisting Populist Plutocracy 2: Legal Checks in Fujimori’s Peru and Zuma’s South Africa

Paul Holden (Director of Investigations, Corruption Watch UK)
Jose Ugaz (Chair of the Board, Transparency International)

Moderator: Matthew Stephenson (Professor, Harvard Law School)

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Concluding Remarks
Matthew Stephenson and Luigi Zingales

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