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2003 Seminars

Autumn 2003

Date

Speaker

Title

1st December Dr Patrizia Baudino
(European Central Bank)
External drain for a country's banking system under asymmetric information
24th November Dr Gianluca Grimalda
(University of Warwick)
Reforming methodological individualism: A bridge across the social sciences?
17th November Dr Liliana Pop
(Birkbeck College, University of London)
Time and crisis: Framing success and failure in the post-communist transformations in Eastern Europe
10th November Dr Michela Redoano
(University of Warwick)
Fiscal Interactions among EU Countries
4th November Professor John Whalley
(University of Western Ontario)
Probing the Limits of Utility Maximization as a Realistic Assumption in Economic Modelling: An Introspective Approach
3rd November Dr Paola Conconi
(University of Warwick and ECARES, Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
Is capital tax centralization desirable? Click here for paper PDF icon
27th October Dr Dwijen Rangnekar
(University of Warwick)
Intellectual Property Rights and Agro-Food: Appropriation, the Public Domain and Supply Chains
20th October Dr David Williams
(University of Oxford)
The World Bank and the liberal project
13th October Professor Richard Higgott
(University of Warwick)
Ambivalent engagement: American unilateralism and the limits to multilateral economic governance
6th October Professor Jan Aart Scholte
(University of Warwick)
Small Steps to Global Democracy: Opening the IMF to Civil Society

Spring 2003

Date

Speaker

 
3rd March Nuria Okfen
(CSGR Marie Curie Visiting Fellow)
Co-operation and Collective Identity in Pacific Asia: APEC, ASEM, and APT
24th February Anna Pochylczuk
(CSGR Marie Curie Visiting Fellow)
Euro and the EU's agency
Wed 12th February Professor Luk Van Langenhove
(Director, Comparative Regional Integration Studies Programme UNU/CRIS, Bruges)
Introducing the concept of ‘regionhood’ in a social constructionist approach to regional integration studies
10th February Karin Mayr
(CSGR Marie Curie Visiting Fellow)
Tax-transfer policy and immigration - a political economy view
3rd February Apostolis Philippopoulos
(Athens University of Business and Economics)
Is union membership too small or too large?
27th January Eleni Tsingou
(CSGR, University of Warwick)
Understanding financial governance: transparency and market-based supervision in the banking industry
20th January Martin Besfamille
(Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina)
Formal and real federalism in Argentina