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The Third Doctoral Conference on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy aims at building bridges and finding commonalities among young scholars whose research is addressing the complex linkages between economic, political, and social action. It will give doctoral researchers at all stages the opportunity to present their work and receive constructive and well-informed feedback. [mehr]

So Right It’s Wrong? The Impact of Far-Right Politics on Right Executives’ Bond Market Advantage

Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy
The Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy (MAX CPE) is an online seminar series in Comparative Political Economy, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and coordinated by Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Sinisa Hadziabdic, Pálma Polyák, Saila Stausholm, and Dustin Voss. [mehr]

Words and Distinctions for the Common Good

MPIfG Lecture
  • Datum: 10.04.2024
  • Uhrzeit: 16:00 - 17:30
  • Vortragender: Gabriel Abend
  • University of Lucerne
  • Sign up: info@mpifg.de
Social scientists do research on many topics: gender, capitalism, populism, and race and ethnicity, among others. They make descriptive and explanatory claims about power, neoliberalism, values, the welfare state, social movements, and empathy. [mehr]

EU Economic Policy on Social Reproduction: A Differentiated Impact for East and West?

Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy
The Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy (MAX CPE) is an online seminar series in Comparative Political Economy, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and coordinated by Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Sinisa Hadziabdic, Pálma Polyák, Saila Stausholm, and Dustin Voss. [mehr]

The End of History and the Last European

MPIfG Lecture
  • Datum: 24.04.2024
  • Uhrzeit: 16:00 - 17:30
  • Vortragender: Michael A. Wilkinson
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Sign up: info@mpifg.de
In his talk, Michael A. Wilkinson reflects on postwar Europe from the perspective of the long durée of European constitutional history and the interwar breakdown of liberal democracy. He suggests that far from “revolutionary,” as it has been characterized, postwar European constitutionalism is better understood as elitist and even counter-revolutionary in trajectory. [mehr]
The Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy (MAX CPE) is an online seminar series in Comparative Political Economy, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and coordinated by Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Sinisa Hadziabdic, Pálma Polyák, Saila Stausholm, and Dustin Voss. [mehr]

Building State Power through Border Control and Immigration Enforcement

MPIfG Lecture
  • Datum: 11.06.2024
  • Uhrzeit: 15:00 - 16:30
  • Vortragender: Kimberly Morgan
  • George Washington University
  • Sign up: info@mpifg.de
In her talk, Kimberly Morgen will discuss the extensive buildup of border policing and immigration enforcement in the United States since the start of the 2000s as an example of state expansion. [mehr]
The Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy (MAX CPE) is an online seminar series in Comparative Political Economy, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and coordinated by Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Sinisa Hadziabdic, Pálma Polyák, Saila Stausholm, and Dustin Voss. [mehr]

Trust Methods: Accounting for Who, What, When, and How to Trust

MPIfG Lecture
  • Datum: 19.06.2024
  • Uhrzeit: 17:00 - 18:30
  • Vortragender: Gil Eyal
  • Columbia University, New York
  • Sign up: info@mpifg.de
In his talk, Gil Eyal argues against conventional approaches to studying trust in the social sciences and proposes an alternate strategy focused on “trust methods.” [mehr]

IMPRS-SPCE Summer Conference

Nineteenth Summer Conference on Economy and Society
The Max Planck Online Workshop in Comparative Political Economy (MAX CPE) is an online seminar series in Comparative Political Economy, hosted by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies and coordinated by Lucio Baccaro, Björn Bremer, Sinisa Hadziabdic, Pálma Polyák, Saila Stausholm, and Dustin Voss. [mehr]

Hoarding Opportunities: Entrepreneurship and Inequality

Conference
  • Beginn: 25.09.2024
  • Ende: 27.09.2024
  • Ort: Cologne
The conference will explore the dynamics of entrepreneurship within the broader context of social inequality, centering on the pivotal concept of “opportunity hoarding” as proposed by Charles Tilly. [mehr]
Employing the lens of the life and work of Otto Kahn-Freund, we investigate the invention of labor law as a distinct field of legal doctrine and scholarship. Invention and reinvention are understood here to be ongoing political and scholarly processes, involving the defense of existing institutions and the development of new ones. We consider developments across the twentieth century. [mehr]
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