In June, the “Transnational Political Ordering in Global Finance” research group is continuing it´s “Politics & Finance” seminar series with two events. We invite all fellow scholars from the University of Bremen, students, members of the BIGSSS graduate school and anyone else interested in discussing current empirical research on global finance to participate in the seminars.
On June 21 (14:15-15:30), Laura Seelkopf from the Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy (Socium) at the University of Bremen will present current findings on “Inequality and Redistribution in the OECD”. Laura is a postdoctoral research fellow at Socium´s Department for the Political Economy of the Welfare State and board member of the Political Economy section of the German Association of Political Science (DVPW). She holds a PhD from the University of Essex and has studied administrative science in Konstanz (Germany). Furthermore, on June 29, (12:15-13:45), Matthias Kranke from the University of Warwick will talk about “The Politics of IMF-World Bank Collaboration: Rethinking Institutional Change”. Both events will take place at the Institute for Intercultural and International Studies (InIIS) at the University of Bremen (Mary-Somerville-Straße 7, Bremen) in room 7.2020.
- 21.06.16: Laura Seelkopf (University of Bremen), “Inequality and Redistribution in the OECD”, 14:15-15:30, room 7.2020
- 29.06.16: Matthias Kranke (University of Warwick), “The Politics of IMF-World Bank Collaboration: Rethinking Institutional Change”, 12:15-13:45, room 7.2020