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29.05.2019

New guests in summer 2019

Five visiting researchers are beginning their work at the MPIfG between May and July of this year. William Callison, a doctoral student at the University of California, Berkeley, is working on his dissertation, “Political Deficits: Neoliberalism, Critical Theory and Transformations of Economic Rationality.” Shi-Rong Lee, who is a doctoral student at the MaxPo Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies, Paris, is interested in the financialization of East-Asian economies. From July, Francesco Findeisen, also a doctoral student at MaxPo, will be working in Cologne on the topic of investing in metropolitan infrastructure within reconfiguring policy states. Liam Byrne, University of Melbourne, is interested in the future of social democracy and studies social democratic economic alternatives in Germany, Britain, and Australia. And Martin Ruef, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Trinity College of Arts and Sciences of Duke University, is working on economic achievement and constraint under conditions of microsegregation.
 

 
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