We invite you to join us Thursday, October 11 as we present next talk in our Rethinking Development Lecture Series on:
"Reinventing Mass Production: China's Specialization in Innovative Manufacturing"
Jonas Nahm is a PhD candidate in political economy and comparative politics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests include Chinese politics, energy sector regulation, and the politics of innovation. Jonas' dissertation examines the determinants of innovation in wind and solar power sectors in China, Germany, and the United States.
The room is accessible from the Mass Ave entrance. Lunch will be served.
The Fall '12 International Development Group (IDG) Lecture Series part of the Advanced Doctoral Seminar on Development Theory sponsored by the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT.