John Keane | What future democracy? – ABC Radio National Future Tense
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-10968,single-format-standard,do-etfw,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.1.2,vc_responsive


What future democracy? – ABC Radio National Future Tense

  |   Audio, Democracy in the 21st Century, Media, News   |   No comment
Sunday 11 June 2017 10:30AM

It’s been four years since we last spoke with leading democracy scholar John Keane. Back then he told us that democracy was at a “tipping point”. Nearly half a decade later he joins us with an update.

Also, two radical proposals for changing the way our electoral system works.


John Keane, Professor of Politics at the University of Sydney and the founder and Director of the Sydney Democracy Network

Jason Brennan, Associate Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics and Public Policy, Georgetown University

Nicholas Gruen, CEO Lateral Economics, former chairman of Kaggle; former chairman of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation

Originally published on ABC Radio National Future Tense