The Economics of Innovation Working group and the Economic History Working Group together with the Département dHistoire, economié et sociéte at the University of Geneva, are launching the event Political Economy of Capitalism to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, on 27-28-29 August 2018.
This workshop will explicitly incorporate the socio-political and historical foundations of economic activity in its discussion of phenomena at the core of capitalism. The event will consist of lectures delivered by four distinguished scholars: Prof Mary O'Sullivan, Prof Bruno Amable (UNIGE), Richard Kozul-Wright (UNCTAD), and Prof Cédric Durand (Université Paris 13). Complementary to the workshops provided there will be also the Young Scholars presentations. The targeted audience for presentations consists of graduate students, Ph.D. candidates, and Postdocs, also members of international organizations with professional interests related to political economy, institutional economics, and globalization.
Selected applicants will be provided with travel stipend and accommodation.
Deadline for abstracts MAY 25TH
Click here to access the call for papers: ineteconomics.org/events/pol-econ-capitalism