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2005 Spring Seminars

Unless otherwise stated Seminars are held on Monday at 1 pm in the CSGR Seminar Room S 1.50 (1st floor Social Studies Building)

 

Date

Speaker

Title

10th January Natalie Chen

(University of Warwick)

Competition, Globalization, and the Decline of Inflation
17th January Huw Edwards

(Loughborough University)

Competition, Globalization, and the Decline of Inflation
17th January

Room S0.19

Richard Stubbs

(McMaster University)

Competition, Globalization, and the Decline of Inflation
24th January Sol Picciotto

(Lancaster University)

Multi-Level Governance: TRIPS and Biotechnology
31st January Paul Margison

(University of Warwick)

The industrial relations dimension of Europe’s social model: ‘bottom up’ and top down’ dynamics
2nd February Geoff Tansey The changing global governance of intellectual property rights: Power and control in the areas of food, biodiversity, health and development
7th February Esperanca Bielsa Mialet and Joy Sisley

(University of Warwick)

Globalisation as Translation: An Approximation to the Key but Invisible Role of Translation in Globalisation
9th February Christopher Hughes

(University of Warwick)

The False Premises of Multilateralism in East Asia and the Future of 'New Regionalism': Bilateral FTAs, the US-Japan Alliance, and 'hub and spokes' resurgent
14th February Sayantan Ghosal

(University of Warwick)

TBC
21st February Barrie Axford

(Oxford Brookes University)

Global Civil Society: progressive globalisations and conceptual dead-ends
28th February Abdul Paliwala

(University of Warwick)

Free Culture and Global Commons in Technology: pirates and corporate cowboys
7th March Gianluca Grimalda

(University of Warwick)

Globalisation, Norms of Co-operation and Trust: Some Experimental Results
9th March Marco Vivarelli

(Economic Policy at the Catholic University of Piacenza)

Globalization, Skills and Within-Country Income Inequality in Developing Countries