Annual General Meeting (Lisbon, 2016)

Lisbon Conference Annual Membership Meeting Minutes (8/9/2016) Present: 48 IIPPE members Proposal for a training workshop on Rosa Luxemburg Proposals for 2018 conference: Toulouse, Italy (Ferrara, Naples), Croatia (Pula). Proposal to open a solidarity account for Turkey. Aylin Topal (aylintopal@gmail.com) will look into it. Proposal for the Training Workshop Stream during IIPPE conferences Proposal for live streaming of IIPPE Training Workshops Proposal for a Training Workshop in Salonica, Greece Proposal to hold one Plenary or roundtable discussions on ...

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Annual General Meeting (Leeds, 2015)

Annual General Meeting of IIPPE (Members Meeting): LEEDS, 10/9/2015 In attendance: Dimitris Milonakis, Niels Hahn, Ben Fine, Al Campbell, Johnna Montgomery, Simon Mohun, Asimina Christoforou, Werner Raja, Trevor Evans, Galip Yalman, Bruno Tinel, Lucisa Pradella, Abelardo Manina-Flores, Matthew Ryan, Deniz Kallesioglou, John Weeks, Yvonne Fianke, Mathis Heinrich, Samuel Decker, Mary Robertson, Tomas Rotta, Sergio Camara Izquerdo, Susan Newman, Elisa Van Waeyenberge,  Kate Bayliss, Sue Himmelweit, Jerry Prybys, Alfredo Saad-Filho. The AGM approved the IIPPE ...

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Annual General Meeting (Naples, 2014)

Annual General Meeting of IIPPE (Members Meeting) 17th September, 2014 IIPPE held its first Members Meeting following the adoption of its constitution and election of Officers and Council Members. The following is a brief report of the meeting held as a special session during the Naples Conference. The elections had been successfully completed by electronic voting. The results had been emailed to the membership, with link for details at http://iippe.org/wp/?p=2231. According to the Constitution, two further members can be co-opted who will not have voting rights. ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (London, 2013)

Saturday, 9 November, 2013 1. IIPPE Elections It was decided to go ahead with the elections of IIPPE officers through e-voting. Because at the moment we only have a small number of full IIPPE members (and thus eligible to vote), it was decided that a letter is sent to all IIPPE members in advance asking them to become full IIPPE members which will give them full rights including the right to vote but also to participate in the next Naples IIPPE conference for which full IIPPE membership will be required. 2.2014 IIPPE Conference, University of Naples L’Orientale ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (Hague, 2013)

The Hague IIPPE Conference was a big success in all respects: it was the biggest conference organised by IIPPE alone (the Paris conference which was bigger was a joint conference) with about 360 paper submissions, about 250 participants from more than 30 countries and 6 continents and 70 parallel sessions. We want to thank very much Susan Newman, Peter van Bergeijk and their team of local organisers at the International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) of the Erasmus University who have done a magnificent job in organising this conference. Also our many thanks go ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (London, 2012)

1. In accordance with IIPPE constitution, it has been decided that the membership fee is statutory and it is fixed at 30 euros (or 25 British Pounds) for senior members and 15 Euros (12 British Pounds) for students and unwaged. It has also been decided that anyone who wishes can remain or be added to our mailing list without becoming a full member. 2. An “IIPPE Elections Preparatory Committee” has been set up with its main function being to investigate and recommend the best way to conduct the elections for the IIPPE bodies which will take place in 2013 ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (Paris, 2012)

1. Dates of the Paris 2012 conference: 5 to 8th of July 2012 2. Title: Political Economy and the Outlook for Capitalism. 3. Conference Venue The conference will be hosted by the University of Paris 1 “Panthéon-Sorbonne”. The University is located in many different places of Paris but the conference will take place in the 13th arrondissement (south east of Paris) close to the underground stations “Bibliothèque François Mitterrand” and “Olympiades” (line 14) and “Tolbiac” (line 7). We will use two buildings: one for parallel sessions (10 ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (Istanbul, 2011)

May 22, 2011, Istanbul University, Beyazit The Second International Conference in Political Economy co-organised by the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE), the Turkish Social Sciences Association (TSSA) and Istanbul University was a huge success. With only nine months from our previous conference in Crete to prepare, it still managed to attract a large number of participants with about 170 papers presented (30 more than in Crete), showing that IIPPE is becoming more and more established and more visible as a major forum for political ...

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Members Meeting Minutes (London, 2010)

held at the HM Conference, Friday 11 November 2010 1. Attendance about 25 people 2. 2011 IIPPE Conference in Istanbul, May 20-2. IIPPE’s Second International Conference in Political Economy will be organised in association with the Turkish Social Sciences Association (TSSA) and the Istanbul University Research Center For Global Politics Administration (GLOPAR) at Istanbul University, Beyazit, between 20-22 May, 2011. Theme of the conference “Neoliberalism and the Crises of Economic Science” Call for papers is already out. The conference is only six ...

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Business Meeting Minutes (Crete, 2010)

September 12, 2010 The First International Conference in Political Economy co-organised by the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE) and the Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy was a huge success. It proved to be a very interesting and stimulating experience in all respects and for all involved. The numbers well exceeded our expectations with 140 papers presented. Almost one hundred of these have been uploaded on our website. There were representatives from more than 20 countries, mostly from Europe but also from the USA, Canada, ...

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