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2007 Spring Seminars

Unless otherwise stated Seminars are held on Mondays at 1pm in the CSGR Seminar Room S1.50 (1st floor Social Studies Building).




15th January Mitchell Orenstein, Syracuse University, USA 'Transnational Actors in Central and East European Pension Reforms'
22nd January Kenneth Amaeshi, Warwick Business School 'Institutionalisation of collaborative work practice in EU aerospace sector: A discourse analytic perspective'
29th January Jonathan Adams, Director, Evidence Ltd. - Cancelled -
5th February Nikolaus Wolf, CSGR 'The Economic Meaning of Borders'
12th February Marek Wroblewski, University of Wroclaw, Poland 'Economic impacts of globalisation and regionalisation: the case of Poland'
19th February Nicole Lindstrom, CEU Budapest 'Varieties of Transnational Capitalism and Political Contention in the New Europe'

27th February (Tuesday) Room 2.79


Rudrani Bhattacharya, Indian Statistical Institute, Delhi (Joint CSGR-Economics Seminar) 'Human capital, Dynamic Preference and Endogenous Transition from Primitive Agriculture to Industrial mass production: Three Stages of Economic Development'
5th March Benoit Faraco, IEP Grenoble, France 'Non State Actors and Climate Diplomacy'
12th March Andrew Sentance, Bank of England 'Tackling climate change: Political impossibility or economic reality?'

For further information, contact Dr. Dwijen Rangnekar: