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Spring 2004 Seminars

21st June Stefanie Hiss
(Marie Curie Visiting Fellow)
Social standards, multinational firms and developing countries
14th June Dunja Speiser
(Marie Curie Visiting Fellow)
State failure and external intervention: A special focus on Africa
7th June Grahame Thompson
(Open University)
The Fate of Territorial Engineering: Blood, Soil and Post-Liberal forms of International Governance?
24th May Carlo Perroni
(University of Warwick)
The Economic Rationale for Special and Differential Treatment of Developing Countries under the WTO
17th May Stephen Broadberry
(University of Warwick)
Cotton Textiles and the Great Divergence: Lancashire, India and Shifting Comparative Advantage, 1600-1850
10th May Robin Cohen
(University of Warwick)
Globalization and the Creolising World, Ethnicity Revistited
Tuesday 4th May
Shiv Visvanathan
(Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi)
26th April Dennis Leech
(University of Warwick)
Weighted Voting, Power and Accountability in the World Bank and IMF
19th April Nicola Yeates
(Queens University, Belfast)
Conceptualising the relationship between 'globalisation', migration and care: a global care chain approach