The Future of Global Economic Governance

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Social Sciences
Date(s)
Monday 10th (00:00) - Tuesday 11th September 2012 (00:00)
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Hosts: Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham

Location: Rooms 112 and 113, Muirhead Tower, Edgbaston campus.
University of Birmingham Organizers: André Broome and Amin Samman
IPEG Convenor: Phoebe V. Moore-Carter

Programme: IPEG 2012 Programme (PDF 552KB)

Keynote Speaker:

  • Prof. Shaun Breslin, University of Warwick

Roundtable Speakers:

  • Professor Bob Jessop, Lancaster University
  • Dr. Paul Langley, Durham University
  • Professor Ronen Palan, University of Birmingham
  • Professor Matthew Watson, University of Warwick

In the wake of the global financial crisis and the onset of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis, existing mechanisms of global economic governance have faced strong theoretical, political, and normative challenges from a wide range of actors operating across multiple spheres in the global political economy.

The 2012 BISA International Political Economy Group conference brings together scholars working on global economic governance across a broad range of topics and issue-areas, including:

  • Continuity and change in global economic governance
  • Global economic governance in theory and practice
  • Normative critique of global economic governance institutions
  • Democratic accountability in global economic governance
  • The emergence of new actors in global economic governance
  • The evolving relationship between global and regional economic governance
  • Global economic governance, social activism, and the politics of resistance