Monthly Archives: February 2016

[CfP] Conference 2016 – Neoliberalism Working Group

Since 2008 neoliberalism has been in crisis across the globe. Signs of this ongoing crisis are evident in the recurrent volatility of global markets, stagnant economic growth and the growing popularity of explicitly anti-neoliberal politicians, parties and movements, all while governments continue to fall back upon traditional staples of neoliberal policies even as they turn to increasingly elaborate measures to reflate the economy.

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6th Congress of the Association française d’économie politique

While the notion of the invalidation of borders as a feature of globalization is widely disseminated by the media, we may reflect on the preservation, the displacement, the reinforcement or the transformation of barriers to exchange, specially after the diffusion of « information and communications technologies ». This topic of the border will be the central issue at the AFEP Congress, that will be held in Mulhouse, in a region where long-term history was characterized by border problems and border displacements. It will follow two main perpectives.

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IIPPE Training Workshop, 21-22 March 2016

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IIPPE Financialisation Working Group (FWG) – Call for papers 7th Annual Conference in Political Economy: Political Economy: International Trends and National Differences September 7 – 9, 2016 / Lisbon

The discussions on the processes behind the growing importance of finance and financial motives as well as sustainability of the financial systems have been located in the critical political economy debate of financialisation and neoliberalism. Despite the disputes on the causes and features

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