On 1 November 2017, Professor Rémy Herrera delivered lectures on Development Theory and Growth Theory Part 1: The Neoliberal “Rebirth” of Development Economics and Part 2: A Critique of Mainstream Neoclassical Growth Theory, in Lingnan Univerity, Hong Kong, China, which was organized by the Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University and Global University for Sustainability.
Rémy Herrera is an economist and researcher at the National Centre for Scientific Research at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France. He has taught at various universities in France (Paris 1 [1993-2013], in particular) and abroad, including the Faculty of Social Sciences of Aleppo (1998), the University of Cairo (1999-2000) and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (2009-2013).
He is associated with the Union of Radical Political Economics (New York), the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economics (London), the Sociedad Latinoamericana de Economía Política (São Paulo), the Asociación Nacional de Economistas de Cuba (Havana) and the Forum du Tiers-Monde (Third World Forum, Dakar). He works regularly with the Centre Europe – Tiers Monde (Geneva), supporting it in its advisory role to the Council of the United Nations Human Rights (UN).