Spur asks in what conditions are local economies better at creating jobs and prosperity than transnational corporations? After a decades-long focus on globalization, and in a world where the nature of work has changed so dramatically, can a focus on building local resilience create positive change, both for individuals and for communities?
Renowned American thinker Michael Shuman proposes that governments should nurture a new generation of self-financing “pollinator businesses,” to create jobs and the conditions for future prosperity.
- General admission: $15
- Students (with valid ID): $10
- May 7, 2017
- 2:00 pm
- Prairie Theatre Exchange, 393 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg