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EPISODE EIGHT

Katherine Marshall on Ethics, Values and Faith in Human Development

June 12, 2021

40 MINS

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Katherine Marshall has worked for five decades in international development, focusing on issues facing the world’s poorest countries. After nearly 30 years at the World Bank working on a wide range of development issues in Africa, Latin America, East Asia and the Middle East she led the Bank’s faith and ethics initiative between 2000 and 2006. More recently at Georgetown University she has lectured on the interphase between ethics, values, faith and development.


Katherine Marshall
Katherine Marshall

Katherine is thus singularly well-qualified to explore in this podcast the ramifications of COVID-19 and what they mean for the future of economic and social governance. Why is understanding these links so vital to addressing the main challenges of our day—climate change, rising income inequality, lack of peace and security? What are religious actors’ roles in addressing these challenges, building trust, and creating a post-pandemic world that is more equitable?

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EPISODE EIGHTEEN

May 26, 2022

42 MINS

Professor Robert Klitgaard on Corruption, Heroes and the Purpose of Life

Drawing on a lifetime of experience advising governments on tackling corruption our guest addresses some of the critical questions of development, from poverty, education and opportunity to the question of life’s purpose and the development of human potential.

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EPISODE EIGHTEEN

May 26, 2022

42 MINS

Professor Robert Klitgaard on Corruption, Heroes and the Purpose of Life

Drawing on a lifetime of experience advising governments on tackling corruption our guest addresses some of the critical questions of development, from poverty, education and opportunity to the question of life’s purpose and the development of human potential.

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