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[CFP] Conference 2019 – The Future of Political Economy. The Role of the Religions with Ethical and Social Implications

The Call for Paper aims at fulfilling essential purposes. To understand how actually the recent and financial crisis is also a crisis of religious and ethical values that have been excluded from the economic science legislation all over the centuries, starting from its financial origins to its effects on the real economy of citizens and enterprises.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – Social Capital Working Group

We invite proposals for papers to be presented in the Social Capital Working Group’s panels at IIPPE’s Annual Conference. Proposals could examine the development of alternative collective and community economies in different parts of the world and investigate their potential to combat the individualisation and marketisation of human action and to create transformational relations toward a cooperative and solidaristic economy and society.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – Joint call of the Commodity Studies and Social Reproduction Working Groups for Papers and Activist Proposals

We welcome proposals for individual research papers and other interventions that relate to the intersecting interests of the Commodity Studies and Social Reproduction Working Groups namely processes of commodification, commodity chain dynamics, and their gendered content and expression.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – Agrarian Change and Social Reproduction Working Groups: Joint Call for Papers

The Agrarian Change and Social Reproduction Working Groups invite you to submit proposals for individual papers, themed panels or streams of panels related to our lines of inquiry. These may include theoretical and empirical contributions that focus primarily on the deployment of a social reproduction lens to consider agrarian questions.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – Work, Production and Social Reproduction in Contemporary Africa

The Africa and Social Reproduction Working Groups invite proposals for individual papers or panels in a joint stream. Interdisciplinary research on social reproduction in Africa has yielded insights into work, production and reproduction that move beyond the growth and productivity data to examine qualitative and local patterns of economic and social change with a gender perspective. They show the inadequacy of linear models of capitalist development and the importance of empirically rich analysis in the historical and theoretical context.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – The Future of Work and Social Reproduction

Political Economy of Work and Social Reproduction Working Groups invite you to submit proposals for individual papers or themed panels related to our lines of inquiry. These may include theoretical and empirical contributions that focus primarily on the relationship between work and social reproduction.

[CFP] Conference 2019 – Moving Beyond Capitalism Working Group

Two complimentary parts of any social change in history have been a criticism of what is wrong with the exiting situation, and a suggestion of an alternative that would not suffer from those problems. Existing political economy has almost exclusively focused on the former, with some political economists, particularly some from some Marxist traditions, arguing it is inappropriate (“unscientific”) to engage in the latter, that doing so is harmful to promoting social change. IIPPE’s Moving Beyond Capitalism (MBC) working group is dedicated to promoting the discussion of the latter among political economists. For the past several years the MBC working group has participated in IIPPE’s annual conferences with panels. This year it intends to do so again, and this is a Call for proposals for papers and activist proposals. This Call is open to any political economy contribution addressing anything related to the issue of Moving Beyond Capitalism.

Training Workshop: Globalisation, State Theory, Financialisation, and the Labour Theory of Value (7 Nov 2018)

This Workshop will appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students, junior academics and activists who have a particular interest in acquainting themselves with the relevance of Marxian political economy to the contemporary world.

Brazil’s history is repeating itself: democracy at stake

On October 7th, 2018, Brazilian citizens witnessed the consolidation of the far-right as the leading political force in the country. The former military Jair Bolsonaroalmost won in the first round for the presidency. His party – the Social Liberal Party –achieved one of the largest congressional benches in the Chamber of Deputies (51 out of 513 seats) and candidates associated to Bolsonaro excelled in Senate, Gubernatorial and Legislative Assemblies elections all around Brazil.

Annual General Meeting (Pula, 2018)