After the Global Crisis: What Next for Regionalism?
16-18 September 1999
Scarman House, University of Warwick, UK
The University of Warwick’s ESRC Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation will hold its third annual international conference on the role of regions as a mediating level of governance in the contemporary global political economy. Panels will focus on:- the relationship between regionalism and world order; mechanisms of regional integration; comparative theoretical frameworks for analysing regionalism; the development of inter-regional dialogue and collaboration; regional processes in Europe, North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia; sub-regionalism and regionalisation.
PAPER GIVERS INCLUDE
Amitav ACHARYA (York); Carlos ALZUGARAY (ISRI, Cuba); Davis BOBROW (Pittsburgh); Paul BOWLES (Northern British Columbia); Heribert DIETER (Duisberg); Andrew GAMBLE (Sheffield); HATSUSE Ryuhei (Kobe); Bjorn HETTNE (Göteborg); Glenn HOOK (Sheffield); Peter KATZENSTEIN (Cornell); Ellis KRAUSS (San Diego); Derek McDOUGALL (Melbourne); Thomas RISSE (European University Institute); Jim ROLLO (Sussex); Tim SHAW (Dalhousie); Etel SOLINGEN (Irvine); SONG Xinning (People’s University of China); TAKAHASHI Susumu (Tokyo); Helen WALLACE (Sussex); John WHALLEY (Warwick).
(please note all papers will remain password protected for until after the conference. Participants will be notified of the password in due course).
For further information please contact:
Telephone: +44 (0)24 7657 2533
Fax: +44 (0)24 7657 2548
The conference organisers gratefully acknowledge financial support from the ESRC, The Japan Foundation, and The Embassy of the Republic of Argentina in the UK.