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The Cambridge Research Seminar in Political Economy aims to develop new categories of analysis that make it possible to explore the interface between the economic and political spheres of modern societies. It aims to do so by combining structural analysis of political-economic systems and historical analysis.

The Seminar thus aims to advance our understanding of political-economic systems and to contribute to the public debate by pointing to perspectives and solutions that overcome received categories and solutions, but are firmly grounded in what is possible in a given socio-historical context.

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The Theory of Optimum Financial Areas: Retooling the Debate on the Governance of Global Finance

UserGeoffrey Underhill (University of Amsterdam).

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockThursday 04 June 2015, 17:15-19:00

Interest vs. Frugality in Adam Smith's Theory of Capital Formation

UserCraig Muldrew (University of Cambridge).

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockWednesday 27 May 2015, 17:15-19:00

A Behavioural Theory of Government Expenditure

UserMichael Dempster (Centre for Financial Research, University of Cambridge).

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockWednesday 28 May 2014, 17:15-19:00

Economic Theory and Social Democracy: The Nobel Prize Economists

UserAvner Offer (All Souls College, Oxford).

HouseEmmanuel College, Camden House Drawing Room.

ClockThursday 22 May 2014, 17:15-19:00

The Innovation Economy: What It Is/Where It Is

UserBill Janeway (University of Cambridge and Warburg Pincus).

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockTuesday 13 May 2014, 17:30-19:00

The Constitutional vs. the Contractualist Tradition: a foundational divide in political economy

UserAdrian Pabst, Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Kent.

HouseEmmanuel College (College Museum).

ClockThursday 06 February 2014, 17:15-19:00

'North-South' Divides in European Integration: Dilemmas of Structural Convergence and External Imbalances

UserMichael Landesmann (Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies and Johannes Kepler University).

HouseEmmanuel College (Harrods Room).

ClockThursday 23 January 2014, 17:15-19:00

The Political Economy of Internet Regulation

UserTim Wu, Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law, Columbia Law School.

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockThursday 30 May 2013, 17:15-19:00

Escaping from silver fetters. Virtuous and vicious interactions between the real and the paper economy

UserLilia Costabile, Professor of Economics at the University of Naples.

HouseEmmanuel College (Upper Hall).

ClockTuesday 21 May 2013, 17:15-19:00

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UserJohn Eatwell, Professor of Financial Policy and President of Queens’ College, University of Cambridge.

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockMonday 25 February 2013, 17:15-19:00

Scarcities, technologies and resources: A structural approach to political economy

UserAlberto Quadrio Curzio, Professor of Political Economy, Catholic University of Milan and Vice-President, National Lincei Academy, Rome.

HouseEmmanuel College (Harrods Room).

ClockTuesday 12 February 2013, 17:15-19:00

Global capitalism and the paradoxical strengths of advanced nations

UserDavid Soskice, School Professor of Political Science and Economics, LSE.

HouseEmmanuel College (Gardner Room).

ClockMonday 28 January 2013, 17:15-19:00

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