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Chair Holder Lecture Series : Measuring Inequality

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Greetings YBhg. Datuk/Dato'/Datin/Professor/Dr./Sir/Madam,   

  

Ungku Aziz Centre for Development Studies, University of Malaya is pleased to invite you to attend our Chair Holder Lecture Series 2 as detailed below:

Date:

17th January 2020 (Friday)

Time:

10.00 am - 12.00 noon

Venue:

Econo-Cube, Block H09, Faculty of Economics and Administration

 Title:

Measuring Inequality

Speaker:

Professor Dr. Martin Ravallion, Holder of the Royal Professor Ungku Aziz

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The aim of this lecture is to provide a platform for academics, development practitioners, policy makers, NGOs and stakeholders to share their work and ideas on development issues that are relevant at the national, regional and global levels. 
The focus of today's lecture are:
Pillar 1, Poverty which is to understand the multidimensional aspects of poverty eradication in order to expand poverty analysis to include the broader development challenges and to derive appropriate policy measures at different stages of development. 
Pillar 3, Inequality, Distribution & Social Mobility which is to understand the dynamics of social and economic development in order to promote inclusiveness, equality of access to resources and to reduce the vulnerability of citizens, especially those at the lower strata of society at every level of policy making.
This seminar is also an initiative under the Centre's Core Programme aim to provide a platform to discuss and reevaluate Malaysia's current poverty line. 
Due to limited seats, please confirm your attendance by register here or scan this QR code with your smartphone: 
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 For more information or inquiries, kindly reply to this email or contact us at +603 7967 3766

 

We look forward to welcoming you to this lecture and thank you for your kind attention. 

 

Thank you.

Jan 17, 2020 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM Ungku Aziz Centre for Development Studies Econo-Cube, Block H09, Faculty of Economics and Administration