Please read our student and staff community guidance on COVID-19
Skip to main content Skip to navigation

2000 Seminars

Autumn 2000

Date

Speaker

Title

4 December Professor Ned Lebow (Director, Mershon Center) Unmaking the West: A Counterfactual Thought Experiment
27 November Professor Tony McGrew (Department of Politics, University of Southampton) Globalization, Democracy and Global Governance: Limits and Possibilities
20 November Mr Alan Roe (Department of Economics, University of Warwick) Financial Sector Transition: Myth and Reality in Russia, Ukraine and Central Europe
14 November Professor Kar-yiu Wong (Department of Economics, University of Washington) On the Optimal Timing of Foreign Trade
13 November Professor Jim George (Department of Political Science, ANU, Australia) Globalisation: Some Thoughts on the Meaning and Implications of a Contemporary Symbiosis
30 October Professor Gen Kikkawa (Kobe University) Preventing Ethnic Conflicts - Reconsideration of the Self-determination Principle
23 October Professor Nick Crafts (Department of Economic History, LSE) Economic Growth in the 20th Century

Summer 2000

Date

Speaker

Title

19 June Dr David Collie (Cardiff Business School) Trade Liberalisation and State Aid in the European Union
5 June Professor Ian Wooton (Economics Department, University of Glasgow) Multinationals: Easy Come, Easy Go?
22 May Dr Jan Aart Scholte (Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick) Civil Society and Global Society: A report from the Coal Face
15 May Dr Matthias Lutz (Institute of Economics, Universitat St Gallen) Globalisation, Convergence and the Least Developed Countries
11 May Dr Heribert Dieter (Institute for Development and Peace, University of Duisburg) Monetary Regionalism: Regional Integration without Financial Crises?
8 May Steve McCorriston (Economics Department, University of Exeter) State Trading and the WTO

Spring 2000

Date

Speaker

Title

29 March Professor Yu Yongding (Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Science, Beijing) China's Macroeconomic Situation and Financial Reform
28 March John Dickie (Law School, University of Warwick) Internet Law in a Globalising World
21 March Dr Ben Rosamond (CSGR, University of Warwick) Constructivism & Globalisation: A Necessary Encounter?
8 March M Ayhan Kose (Economics and Finance, Brandeis University) Trade Shocks and Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Africa
29 February Dr Robin Naylor (Economics, University of Warwick) Endogenous Determination of Trade Regime and Bargaining Outcome
10 February Dr Garry Rodan (School of Asian Studies, Murdoch University) Transparency, the Finance Sector and Press Freedom in Singapore
8 February Professor Richard Robison (Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University) Can the Centre Hold? The Politics of Recaptalisation in Indonesia
1 February Professor Mark Taylor (Warwick Business School) International Capital Flows
31 January Professor Philip Cerny (Politics, University of Leeds) Globalization as a Political Process
18 January Professor Christopher Bliss (Economics, Nuffield College) The Application of Toy Economic Models to the Analysis of Globalization