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St Catharine's Political Economy Seminar Series


Below are Pod/Vod casts of some speakers presenting at the seminar series. There are also some of the older audio files included in the 'Past Events'.

11 March 2020, Richard Lewney, 'The Economics of Getting to Net Zero'

4 March 2020, Terry Barker -'The institutional capture of IPCC economics by neoclassical ideology'

29 January 2020, Franziska Sielker - ‘A Planner’s Perspective – The Use of Spatial Analysis for Policy Making in Border Regions’:

27 November 2019, Hector Pollitt - ‘Policies to promote low-carbon technological development’:

13 November 2019, Aleksandr Buzgalin - ‘The End of History: The Political Economy of Post-Liberal Capitalism’:

30 October 2019, Sebastian Ille -‘The Evolution of Sectarianism: A Political Economy Approach’:

16 October 2019, Martin Weale - ‘The Global Commodity System in the 21st Century’:

17 April 2019, Photis Lysandrou - ‘The Global Commodity System in the 21st Century’:

6 March 2019, Terry Barker - ‘Trade and Development: Why a 'No Deal' Brexit Would be an Economic Catastrophe’:

27 February 2019, Hassan Hakimaian - ‘Why Did Economists Fail to Predict the Arab Uprisings?’:

13 February 2019, Thomas Pope - ‘The Changing State and the 2019 Spending Review’:

Previous audio recordings of the St Catharine's Political Economy Seminar Series can be found HERE.

The films below can also be viewed at the St Catharine's Political Economy YouTube Channel.

4 February 2015 John Weeks 'Acute Deficit Disorder: Cause, Treatment and Cure'

21 January 2015 Lord Eatwell 'In combating austerity, pure theory matters’

3 December 2014 Dr Ha-Joon Chang on 'Framing the Austerity Debate'

For other materials on these topic areas please visit the Political Economy Hub website.