2200 DOKU Free Screening: Inequality for All (2013)
2200 DOKU says:
If you had to guess, which two years of the entire last century do you think had the widest economic inequality? The answer: 1928 and 2007. Yup, the two years just before the Great Depression of 1929 and the so-called “Great Recession” that hit in 2008. In the documentary Inequality For All filmmaker Jacob Kornbluth enlists the brilliant mind and captivating charisma of political economist Robert Reich as he excavates what is arguably the greatest threat to modern America: economic inequality and a dwindling middle class.
Come and join us for yet another interesting documentary and a cosy night in Osramhuset!
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As usual, we will have a presenter to put the movie into a broader perspective. This time we are lucky enough to have Carl-Johan Lars Dalgaard, who is a professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Copenhagen. He will be talking about the growing inequality in Denmark, the consequences hereof and the potential of a recurrence of the last economic crisis.
He will also stay for a short Q&A and debate afterwards. We are very much looking forward to welcoming him! See you there!
DETAILS: We will be serving free: – snacks – coffee & tea – a little red wine 70 seats will be available on a “first-come, first-served” basis, no sign-up is required. The event is free!Come and join us for yet another interesting documentary and a cosy night in Osramhuset!