'We face an extraordinary moment in history when the old structures are palpably failing'

Keith is an anthropologist by training and a self-taught economist who is a Centennial Professor of Economic Anthropology in the Department of International Development at the London School of Economics and International Director of the Human Economy Program in the Centre for the Advancement of Scholarship at the University of Pretoria.

Keith started out studying classical languages and literature and went on to explore Atlantic society from the point of view of Africans in West Africa, North America, the Caribbean, Britain, France and South Africa.

His interests are building a human economy and the emergence of world society and world citizenship.

His work has been profoundly influential on the Occupy Movement.

He will be joining Change:HOW 2015 via an exclusive video interview