The research group “Transnational Political Ordering in Global Finance”, led by Prof. Sebastian Botzem, has launched its seminar series “Politics & Finance”. The series provides a platform to discuss current issues and ongoing research projects at the intersection of politics and finance. It features both renowned and emerging scholars, as well as practitioners from finance, financial regulation, civil society, and other related fields. The seminar series takes place at the Institute for Intercultural and International Studies (InIIS), Room 7.2020, Mary-Somerville-Straße 7 (Haus Wien), 28359 Bremen.
P&F Seminars for the winter term 2017/18 will be announced soon.
- 06.07.17: Eve Chiapello (EHESS Paris):
“Devices, Conventions, and the Study of Neoliberalism”
- 17.01.17: Lydia Welbers (SOCIUM, University of Bremen): “Investment clubs as homosocial groups. Which is the value of this category of analysis?”
- 15.12.16: Lucia Quaglia (University of York, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg),
“The politics of domestic compliance with the Basel Accords in Banking“
- 29.06.16: Matthias Kranke (University of Warwick), “The Politics of IMF-World Bank Collaboration: Rethinking Institutional Change”
- 21.06.16: Laura Seelkopf (SOCIUM, University of Bremen),
“Inequality and Redistribution in the OECD”
- 28.01.16: Phil Mader (Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex),
“Financial Inclusion or the Financialization of the poor?”
- 20.10.15: Pia Eberhardt (Corporate Europe Observatory, Brussels),
“Insights from the Engine Room – Lobbying in Brussels”
- 27.01.15: Jan Fichtner (Goethe University Frankfurt),
“The Rise of Hedge Funds: Inequality, Anglo-America and Offshore”