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Lunch seminars in Comparative Political Economy

An inter-departmental seminar series at the University of Bergen

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Alain Bachellier

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Convenors:     Georg Picot (Department of Comparative Politics), georg.picot@uib.no

                           Katharina Sass (Department of Sociology), katharina.sass@uib.no

 

Seminars take place on Mondays, approximately every other week. Everyone welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch.

 

Schedule for spring 2022

 

24 January 2022, 12:15-13:15h, seminar room 204, Christies gate 13 (Vektergården)

Don Kalb (Department of Social Anthropology)

“Transitions to What? Or why the Anthropology of Money and Finance Matters”

7 February, 12:15-13:15h, online on Zoom

Collective discussion of:

Hope, David and Limberg, Julian (2022), 'The economic consequences of major tax cuts for the rich', Socio-Economic Review (online first),  https://doi.org/10.1093/ser/mwab061

You will receive the Zoom link if you are on the mailing list; if you are not on the mailing list, please write to georg.picot@uib.no to request the link.

21 February, 12:15-13:15h, online on Zoom

Marina de Angelis (INAPP, Rome) and Pierre van Wolleghem (Dept of Comparative Politics)

“Do the most vulnerable know about income support policies? The case of the Italian Reddito d'Inclusione (ReI)”

You will receive the Zoom link if you are on the mailing list; if you are not on the mailing list, please write to georg.picot@uib.no to request the link

7 March, 12:15-13:15h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor

Collective discussion of:

Hickel, Jason and Kallis, Giorgos (2020), 'Is Green Growth Possible?', New Political Economy, 25 (4), 469-86, https://doi.org/10.1080/13563467.2019.1598964

21 March, 12:15-13:15h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor

Siri Hansen Pedersen (Department of Comparative Politics)

“Government policy to address wage inequality”

4 April, 12:15-13:15h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor

Collective discussion of:

Bhambra, Gurminder K. (2021), 'Colonial global economy: towards a theoretical reorientation of political economy', Review of International Political Economy, 28 (2), 307-22, https://doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2020.1830831

25 April, 12:15-13:15h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor

Johanna Plenter (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)

“Adressing gig workers as voters: a typology of party strategies”

2 May, 12:15-14:00h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor

Rita Nikolai (University of Augsburg)

“Public subsidies for private schools: The politics of financing private schools in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and the role of interest groups”

30 May, 12:15-1400h, meeting room, Christies gate 15, 2nd floor  

Carlo Knotz (University of Stavanger)

“Winners and losers of technological change and their policy preferences: Survey evidence from OECD countries”