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2002 Seminars

Autumn 2002

Date

Speaker

Title

Thurs 5th December Jens Mortensen
(CSGR Visiting Fellow)
Legalisation and its limitations in the WTO: the governance of globalisation under transformation
25th November Professor Richard Higgott
(University of Warwick)
From Colonialism to Global Governance: A Genealogy of Political Development Theory
18th November Dr Sian Sullivan
(University of Warwick)
Decentred connectivity and the micropolitics of being:or thinking through what's different about the organisation and content of global anti-capitalism
11th November Professor Graham Wilson
(University of Wisconsin)
Going Against the Grain: Domestic Attempts to Accommodate to Globalization
4th November Dr Gianluca Grimalda
(University of Warwick)
Economic Growth and Poverty Traps: are Market Forces always the Panacea?
28th October Professor Jan Aart Scholte
(University of Warwick)
The Sources of Neoliberal Globalisation
21st October Dr Toby Dodge
(University of Warwick)
Globalisation and the Post Colonial State in the Middle East; From sanctions on Iraq to Liberalisation in Syria and Egypt

Summer 2002

Date

Speaker

Title

24th June Dr Adam Morton
(University of Aberystwyth)
Change within Continuity: The political economy of democratic transition in Mexico
17th June Professor Marcus Miller & Dr Sayantan Ghosal
(University of Warwick)
Co-ordination failures, moral hazard and bankruptcy procedures
27th May Dr Jeff Round, Dr Basanta Pradhan and Professor John Whalley
(University of Warwick)
Debating the effects of trade liberalisation on poverty: how experiment specificity determines conclusions
20th May Professor Jan Aart Scholte
(University of Warwick)
Porto Alegre and all that: Civil Society Democratising the Global Economy
13th May Professor Thomas Pedersen
(Aarhus University)
A new realist perspective on Regionalisation
29th April Dr Andreas Bieler
(University of Nottingham)
What future Union? The struggle for a social Europe

Spring 2002

Date

Speaker

Title

11th March Jernej Pikalo
(Marie Curie Visiting Fellow, University of Warwick)
Methodological problems of studying the state in globalisation processes
25th Febraury Tony Heron
(University of Sheffield)
Export Processing Zones and Policy Competition for Foreign Direct Investment: The Case of the Caribbean Garment Industry
18th February Abigail Barr
(CSAE, University of Oxford)
Economic Man in Cross-cultural Perspective
11th February Mike Devereux
(Economics Department, University of Warwick)
Do Countries compete over corporate tax rates?
4th February Paul Rogers
(University of Bradford)
Global Security before and after 11th September
28th January Dr Shaun Breslin
(CSGR, University of Warwick)
Microregionalism and World Order
21st January Professor Ben Lockwood
(CSGR, University of Warwick)
Measuring Globalisation – A Progress Report
14th January Huw Edward and Professor John Whalley
(CSGR, University of Warwick)
Short versus long-run models in explaining changes in OECD wage inequality