On Tuesday May 27th I’ll be chairing a talk at the LSE by Jonathan Nitzan entitled ‘Can Capitalists Afford Recovery?’. Further details can be found on the Bichler and Nitzan Archives and on LSE events page.
On April 2nd I’ll be participating in an interesting workshop at the University of Birmingham, entitled Global Economic Crisis: Which Economy and What Crisis? An exploration of alternative frameworks.
The organizers of the workshop have asked participants to give responses to three questions that will structure the day’s discussions. Here are my answers to those questions:
I co-organized a panel with Jeremy Green for the upcoming International Studies Association conference “Spaces and Places of Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization" in Toronto, 26-29 March.
For those in Toronto, here are the details:
TD38: Thursday 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM
Chair Tim S. DiMuzio (University of Wollongong)
Disc. Herman Schwartz (University of Virginia)
Locating Authority? Levels of Authority in the Practice of Financial
Governance: The Case of SIFI’s
Randall D. Germain (Carleton University)
London, New York and the Transatlantic Deregulatory Spiral: From
the Euromarkets to the Big Bang
Jeremy B. R. Green (University of Sheffield)
Global Fractions of Power: Rethinking the Dual Rise of Neoliberalism and Finance
Sandy Brian Hager (London School of Economics and Political
Politics of Financial Regulation: The Bank for International
Settlements and New Spaces of International Order
Benjamin Wilhelm (University of Erfurt)
War and Wages: How Concerns Over Relative Gains Shape Domestic
Politics and International Relations
Adam H. Dean (University of Chicago)
I was invited by Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) to write a short blog piece based on my research on US public debt ownership.
A slightly modified version of this piece was published on the LSE’s USAPP-American Politics & Policy blog.
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