Nobel laureate warns of Trans-Pacific Partnership dangers
Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz is one of the most renowned economists in the world. The Columbia University professor and former chief economist at the World Bank won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science in 2001 and has been one of the most vocal critics of globalization and global inequality. On Thursday, Stiglitz spoke at the University of B.C. as part of a new $3-million initiative spurred by a donation by Rogers Communications vice-chairman Phil Lind. Before to the seminar, Stiglitz...