Jeffrey Sachs

“Probably the most important economist in the world” (New York Times) joins Claudia Dreifus to explore the biggest obstacles to getting the very basics —food, shelter, medicine— to the world’s neediest.

Part of “Global Issues”—a series of talks on the most critical global issues: health, human rights, and an inclusive and sustainable global market economy, led by Claudia Dreifus, who writes about the lives of scientists in her New York Times column “A Converation With.”











When: Mon., Mar. 4, 2013 at 8:15 pm
Where: 92nd Street Y
1395 Lexington Ave.
212-415-5500
Price: From $29
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“Probably the most important economist in the world” (New York Times) joins Claudia Dreifus to explore the biggest obstacles to getting the very basics —food, shelter, medicine— to the world’s neediest.

Part of “Global Issues”—a series of talks on the most critical global issues: health, human rights, and an inclusive and sustainable global market economy, led by Claudia Dreifus, who writes about the lives of scientists in her New York Times column “A Converation With.”