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How China Sees the World: Insights from China’s International Relations Scholars

Presented by CIPS and the International Political Economy Network Xiaojun Li‘s talk and book intend to make sense of how Chinese...

Feb 25th, 2020

Speculative Fiction and the Dys/U/topian Future of Political Economy

Presented by CIPS and the International Political Economy Network (IPEN) How do works of fiction inform our understanding of challenges in the...

Jan 14th, 2020

Neoliberalism’s Quiet Failures

Presented by CIPS and the International Political Economy Network: Even its greatest critics have tended to see the early days of the...

Nov 27th, 2019

Paradigms of Market Societies: Schumpeter, Polanyi and Hayek Revisited

Presented by CIPS and the International Political Economy Network (IPEN)  The market system has experienced a legitimation problem since the recent financial...

Mar 26th, 2019

Techno-industrial FDI Policy and China’s Export Surge with Mary Lovely

Presented by CIPS, IPEN and CN-Paul M. Tellier Chair on Business and Public Policy. Mary E. Lovely, nonresident senior fellow at the Peterson...

Mar 22nd, 2019

A Decent House, a Decent Job, a Decent Life: Social Reproduction Theory and Working Class Organizing in Cape Town

Presented by CIPS and IPEN While progressive coalitions continue to oppose neoliberal restructuring, organizing on the left remains fragmented and the underlying...

Feb 14th, 2019

Globalization, Trade and Development: Elements of a Sustainable Approach

Presented by CIPS and IPEN Concerns around trade, migration, technological change, security and an apparent resurgence in nationalism are consistently in the...

Jan 28th, 2019

Beyond Carbon Dividends: The Comparative Political Economy of Carbon Pricing

Presented by CIPS and the International Political Economy Network: Despite being favored by economists, carbon pricing policies to reduce carbon pollution have...

Nov 15th, 2018

The State of the Study of the Market with Prof. Pascale Massot

Prof. Pascale Massot argues that the political science literature has not devoted enough energy to the task of defining what markets are...

Oct 15th, 2018