Interview with Ian Goldin: Warnings from history
COVID-19 offers the world a huge chance to beat a path to sustainability, says Oxford University professor Ian Goldin – but we must learn from past crises, he tells Huw MorrisIan Goldin has met many leaders and statesmen in his time, but one was exceptional: as chief executive of the Development Bank of Southern Africa between 1996 and 2001, he was an adviser to Nelson Man
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