Guest
Nicoli Nattrass, Visiting Professor in Ethics, Politics & Economics and
International Affairs Council

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Episode: December 9, 2009

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Professor Nattrass is based at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, where she a Professor of Economics and the Director of the AIDS and Society Research Unit. Her research interests include unemployment and economic policy in South Africa, the political economy of anti-retroviral treatment, AIDS policy and AIDS denialism in South Africa. She has written numerous scholarly articles and several books, including The Moral Economy of AIDS in South Africa and Mortal Combat: AIDS Denialism and the Struggle for Anti-retrovirals in South Africa. We talk with her about her AIDS research.

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