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IIPPE Training Workshop SOAS London 8 November 2017

The International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE) announces its next Training Workshop at SOAS (Brunei Gallery, Room B102), London on 8 November 2017 (registration from 9.30am). The focus of the Workshop will be on Anglo-Saxon capitalism since the financial crisis. In the morning session, (10am to 1pm), Trevor Evans will survey economic and financial developments in the United States. In the afternoon session (2pm to 5pm) Simon Mohun will consider the performance of the United Kingdom economy in historical perspective. This Workshop will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students, junior academics and activists who have ...

IIPPE Elections 2017 – Results

The following candidates have been elected to the following bodies: Executive Committee: Chair: Ben Fine Vice Chair: Al Campbell Treasurer: Kate Bayliss General Secretary: Dimitris Milonakis Council: Ourania Dimakou Sergio Cámara Izquierdo Lucia Pradella Heesang Jeon Rubens Sawaya Niels Hahn Alfredo Saad Filho Please find the detailed voting tally here. If you're a full member, you may also access it by following the link and instructions contained in the email that was recently sent through the Helios online voting system. If you have any questions, complaints or queries in relation to this electoral ...

Berlin IIPPE General Meeting Agenda

Thursday 14 September, 6:30-8:00 pm, Old Library (Room 2.20) Apologies IIPPE 2014-7: Executive Committee Statement (Ben Fine, Susan Newman, Kate Bayliss, Dimitris Milonakis) IIPPE Executive Committee and Council Elections (Dimitris Milonakis) 2017 IIPPE Berlin Joint Conference with CPERN (Al Campbell, Trevor Evans, Phoebe Moore) 2018 IIPPE Conference (Al Campbell) 2019 IIPPE Conference (Dimitris Milonakis) IIPPE Finances (Kate Bayliss) Training Workshops between Lisbon, September 2016, and Berlin, September 2017 and future Workshops (Christina Laskaridis, Pedro Mendes Loureiro, Simon Mohun, Elisa Van Waeyenberge) 2017 ...

[IIPPE Elections 2017] Call for Nominations

Dear IIPPE member, This is election year for IIPPE. We had our last elections in 2014 and, according to our constitution, the elections for IIPPE officers (Executive Committee-EC and Council) are held every three years (see IIPPE Constitution for more details).  The elections will take place electronically, as happened last time. All Executive Committee and Council positions are open to full IIPPE members. Please consider standing for either an EC position (Chairperson, Vice Chair, Treasurer and General Secretary) or a Council position. The due date for nominations is 27 September 2017 (24:00) Please send your nomination to the IIPPE ...

Privatisation through Time and Space

IFIs, Neoliberalism and Knowledge Cluster (SOAS, University of London) and IIPPE Training Workshops present: Privatisation through Time and Space An Interdisciplinary Workshop Wednesday 28 June, 10:00-15:45 SOAS University of London Brunei Gallery, B102 Participants will discuss how privatisation, broadly conceived as the promotion of private interests in the organisation of social and physical infrastructure, has changed during the ‘neoliberal period’. Central to these developments is how forms of financialisation made possible by privatisation and changing roles of the state have encouraged new forms of private sector involvement in ...

[CfP] Conference 2017 – Neoliberalism WG – Stream on Industrial Policy

Industrial Policy in the Neoliberalism Era: a powerful tool for (or against) change. Learning from International Practices. One decade ago, the wake of the crisis called for the need of real policy actions in the real economy. In this setting, despite the neo-liberal rhetoric of austerity contrary to any kind of government interference, in many countries we have been witnessing about ten years of industrial policy practices. In the US and in the strongest European industrialised economies, governments decided to intervene with industrial policy plans. Policies with very ambitious goals: to stimulate the whole economy, protect domestic industry, ...

Conference 2017 – Call for panels on the Russian Revolution and the publishing of vol I of Capital

Dear IIPPE members, Interest has been indicated by some members of IIPPE in having panels on the events of two big anniversaries this year, the 100th year anniversary of the Russian revolution and the 150th year anniversary of the publishing of volume I of Capital. This is a call for proposals from people interested in participating in such panels, something like 1) Capital: 150 years later. What has stood the test of time, what is outdated, what was added. 2) 100 years of the Russian Revolution: the impact on the global political economy and economy If you have already submitted a proposal to some Working Group (in particular I would ...

Confronting capitalism: CPERN themes at IIPPE/CPERN/ISA

We are fortunate to have the collective Critical Political Economy Research Network CPERN joining us at the forthcoming IIPPE/CPERN/IPE Conference http://iippe.org/wp/?page_id=2928. September 13-15, 2017 Berlin School of Economics and Law CPERN Keynote speaker will be Dr Laura Horn Make sure to select ‘CPERN’ in the category of Working Groups when you submit! Paper/panel suggestions submitted here: http://iippe.org/wp/?page_id=2928 deadline Saturday 8th April. Please email Phoebe Moore for questions: p.moore@mdx.ac.uk THEMES (in alphabetical order) Confronting (inherently unstable) capitalism This stream will critically ...

[CfP] Conference 2017 – IPE of the Post-Soviet Space

This is a call to invite proposals to contribute to IIPPE 2017 Berlin (13-15 September) on political economy of the post-Soviet space in a changing global political economy as part of the World Economy Working Group stream. Positioned on the crossings of the empire of capital with its internal competitions and shifting spatial and social boundaries in what used to be USSR, the post-Soviet space is torn by inequalities, economic crises, various forms of conflict, and reinvigorated struggle for geopolitical presence between the Russian empire 2.0 and the new-old west. The aim of this call is to address these complex transformations in a systematised ...

[CfP] Conference 2017 – Agrarian Political Economy – Comparative approaches to the global south

8th Annual Conference in Political Economy ‘The Political Economy of Inequalities and Instabilities in the 21st Century’ International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE) Critical Political Economy Research Network (CPERN) Berlin Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) September 13-15, 2017, Berlin School of Economics and Law Call for papers in the panel: Agrarian Political Economy – Comparative approaches to the global south A sense of urgency animates the study of agrarian social formations in this conjuncture of multi-layered crises of production, reproduction, politics and ideology. In the wake of failed ...