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【学术报告】中国贫困与财富悖论分析
【经济学院行政办】 发布时间: 2011年11月09日

  

 Chancellor Daniel Little, Ph.D

        报告人:美国密歇根大学校长

  时间:11月9日上午11点

  地点:会议中心301报告厅 (西院大门口光纤中心国家工程实验室大楼)

  讲座主题:中国贫困与财富悖论分析

  

  

  人简介和讲座摘要:

  

  

  个人简介

  Daniel Little is chancellor of the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He serves as professor of philosophy at UM-Dearborn and as faculty associate at the Institute for Social Research and the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan.

  Previous positions of academic leadership include service as vice president for academic affairs at Bucknell University (1996-2000) and as associate dean of the faculty at Colgate University (1993-96). He served as professor of philosophy at Colgate and Bucknell, with teaching experience as well at Wellesley College and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.

  He received his A.B. in philosophy and B.S. in mathematics from the University of Illinois in 1971 and his Ph.D. in philosophy from Harvard University in 1977. His research interests fall within the philosophy and methodology of the social sciences.

  His books include The Scientific Marx (University of Minnesota Press, 1986), Understanding Peasant China (Yale University Press, 1989; Chinese translation, 2007), Varieties of Social Explanation (Westview Press, 1991), On the Reliability of Economic Models (edited) (Kluwer, 1995), Microfoundations, Method, and Causation (Transactions Publishers, 1998), and The Paradox of Wealth and Poverty (Westview Press, 2003). His most recent books are The Future of Diversity (Palgrave, 2010) (co-editor), and New Contributions to the Philosophy of History (Springer, 2010). 

  During 1989-91 he held a Social Science Research Council/MacArthur Foundation fellowship in international peace and security, which he spent as Visiting Scholar at the Center for International Affairs at Harvard University.

  Chancellor Little serves on the boards of New Detroit, the Detroit Urban League, The Future of Minority Studies Research Project Advisory Board, and the Council of Asian and Pacific Americans, and is the chair of the Macrohistorical Dynamics network of the Social Science History Association.

  Daniel Little

  Chancellor

  University of Michigan-Dearborn

  

  

  

  讲座摘要

  Abstract

  This talk reviews the fundamentals of justice in the global economy today. Poverty, inequality, authoritarian decision-making, and illegality continue to characterize much of the world's population. Building on analysis offered in my book The Paradox of Wealth and Poverty: Mapping the Ethical Dilemmas of Global Development(Westview, 2003), I argue five central points: justice in development needs to be a central international commitment; justice requires putting human welfare and freedom first; justice is a security issue because injustice breeds conflict; the greatest challenge to economic justice in development is the extreme power of private and state actors to pursue their private interests without regard for the requirements of justice; and international institutions can "ratchet" up the fundamental justice of our global economy through consensual regimes and agreements. Theories about justice in economic development offered by Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum are emphasized. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals are cited as a practical and feasible guide to global justice and shared prosperity.

  

  Chancellor Little will present this talk to Beijing Forum, China, Nov. 3-6, 2011.