Séminaires

Political Economy Seminar

Programme Automne 2020

Programme Printemps 2020

Programme Automne 2019

Programme Printemps 2019

Programme Automne 2018

Programme 2017-2018

 

FALL / AUTOMNE 2020

 

 Julia STEINBERGER - Université de Lausanne - 18h15-20h00, room M 1150, Uni-Mail

Oct. 7

“The political economy of car dependence: A systems of provision approach”

Eckhard HEIN - Berlin School of Economics and Law - 18h15-20h00, Online only* 

 Le séminaire se tiendra à distance, le lien zoom est le suivant :
https://unige.zoom.us/j/91502081548

Oct. 21

“The Eurozone in crisis. A Kaleckian macroeconomic regime and policy perspective”

 

Agnès LABROUSSE - Université de Picardie Jules Verne - 18h15-20h00, Online only*

Le séminaire se tiendra à distance, le lien zoom est le suivant :
https://unige.zoom.us/j/8043376140

 Oct. 28

“Economie politique des expériences aléatoires"

 

Marco RANALDI and Branco MILANOVIC - City University of New York - 18h15-20h00 - Online only*

 Nov. 18

 "Capitalist Systems and Income Inequality"

 

 

 

 

 

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* Pour accéder aux lien zoom et pour d’éventuels changements de dernière minute, consultez le site www.unige.ch/sciences-societe
/IHEPB/recherche/seminaires/research-seminar/
 

Séminaires suivants avec:

Davide Kucera (International Labor Organization), Jezabel Couppey Soubeyeran, (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Quinn Slobodian (Wellesley College, USA), Oliver Nachtwey (Universität Basel), Jérôme Blanc (Sciences Po Lyon, Triangle)

- Informations viendront prochainement -

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SPRING / PRINTEMPS 2020

 

 Alan Kirman - University of Aix-Marseille III and at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales - 18h15-20h00, room M 4220, Uni-Mail

Feb. 24

“Economics after the Crisis: the Need for a Paradigm Shift”

Erik Bengtsson - Lund University - 14h15-16h00, room M 3393, Uni-Mail

 Mar. 26

“The Swedish Sonderweg in Question: Democratisation and Inequality in Comparative Perspective, c. 1750-1920”

 

Simon Hug - Université de Genève - Kurt Annen - University of Guelph, Canada - 12h15-14h00, room M S050, Uni-Mail
[organized jointly with the staff seminar of the political science department]

 Apr. 20

“Political Accountability with Endogenous Party Formation "

 

Razmig Keucheyan - Centre Émile-Durkheim de l'université de Bordeaux - 14h15-16h00 - room M 2193, Uni-Mail

 May 18
 "Financiariser la nature: l'assurance des risques climatiques"  

 

 

 

 

 

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FALL / AUTOMNE 2019

 

Jérôme Bourdieu - Paris School of Economics - 12h15-13h45, salle M3220, Uni-Mail

Oct. 29
“Wealth As Savings or As Capital: A Study of the Changing Role of Economic Resources and the Development of the Welfare State”

Florence Jany‐Catrice - Université de Lille - 10h15-11h45, salle M4389, Uni-Mail

Nov. 13

“Une économie politique de l'histoire de la mesure de l'inflation en France”
[joint SAR of The Paul Bairoch Institute of Economic History]

 

Baptiste Françon - Université de Lorraine - 12h15-13h45, salle M3220, UniMail

Dec. 10

“Minimum Wage and Labour Segmentation in Germany"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Spring / Printemps 2018

 

Evelyne Huber - UNC - and John Stephens - UNC - 14h15-15h45, salle M1140, Uni-Mail

March 07

"Patterns of Inequality in Post‐Industrial Societies"

Cédric Durand - Université Paris 13 - 15h15-16h45, salle M3393, Uni-Mail

March 21

"Le consensus de la Silicon Valley et ses apories"

 

Michaël Zemmour - Université de Lille - 14h15-15h45, salle M3393, Uni-Mail

May 09

"Political Economy of Tax Redistribution in Advanced Democracies"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FALL / AUTOMNE 2018

Papers available one week prior to each seminar on this site. Presentations will conducted in English.

Articles disponibles une semaine avant la date de chaque séminaire. La langue du séminaire est l'anglais.

 

Béatrice Cherrier - Université de Caen Normandie - 12h15-13h45, salle M5193, Uni-Mail

Nov. 20
"Macroeconomics as a House Divided? The Freshwater-Saltwater Divide in Historical Perspective"

Bruno Amable - Université de Genève - 12h15-13h45, salle M1130, Uni-Mail

Dec. 04

"The Identification of the Bourgeois Bloc"

 

Mark Blyth - Brown University - 18h15-19h45, salle MR150, UniMail

Dec. 05

"The Global Economics of European Populism: Growth Regimes and Party System Change in Europe"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Spring / Printemps 2018

 

Elvire Guillaud - Sorbonne - and Michaël Zemmour - Lille 1 and LIEPP-Sciences Po - 14h15-15h45, salle M4050, Uni-Mail

Feb. 22

"Does progressive taxation foster or hinder redistribution?"

Engelbert StockhammerKingston University - 14h15-15h45, salle M4050, Uni-Mail

March 15

"The effects of income distribution and private wealth on consumption and investment, 1855-2010"

 

Double feature: papers by Bruno Amable (UniGe) and by Lucio Baccaro (Unige) and Jonas Pontusson (UniGe) on growth models and the concept of “social blocs.” - 14h15-15h45, salle M4050, Uni-Mail

April 19

Mary O’Sullivan - UniGe - 14h15-15h45, salle M4050, Uni-Mail

May 3

Title TBA

 

Torben Iversen - Harvard University - 14h15-15h45, salle M4050, Uni-Mail

May 17

Title TBA