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Location: GM.332
Manchester Metropolitan University Building: Geoffrey Manton, Third Floor 4 Rosamond Street West Off Oxford Road
Date: Wednesday, 21/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN06_01: Reclaiming the Left in Dystopian Times
Location: GM.332
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
 

Exit Lexit, Enter Rosa: The meaning of internationalism today

Owen Worth

University of Limerick, Ireland



Disrupting Authoritarian Populism In The European Union. Cracks And Fissures Of A Post-hegemonic Mode Of Governance

Nikolai Huke

Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany



What Work Capability Assessments Tell Us of the Post-2008 Conjuncture

Clemence Lucie Elise Fourton

Caen University, France

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN06_02: On the Materiality of Ecological Challenges
Location: GM.332
Chair: Caroline Metz, Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute
Chair: Anne Engelhardt, Kassel University
 

Energy, Sustainability, and State-Society(transnational)-Capital Complexes: the Enemy within and Hostage Labour "Aristocracy"

Yuliya Yurchenko

University of Greenwich, United Kingdom



Water Struggles in the Web of Life: Social Reproduction, Ecology and Capitalist Accumulation.

Andreas Bieler

University of Nottingham, United Kingdom



Resisting Hierarchical Governing Through Constructive Resistance: Consensus, Consentient And Circulation Of Power In Worker-Owned Cooperatives

Kristin Wiksell

Karlstad University, Sweden



Un-making The World In Struggles For Socioecological Transformation

Giuseppe Feola

Utrecht University, The Netherlands

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN06_03: Finance, Debt, Bubbles, and Critical Theories of Money
Location: GM.332
Chair: Laura Horn, Roskilde University
Chair: Ian Bruff, University of Manchester
 

Currency Internationalization and Monetary Dependency

Johannes Jäger1, Claes Belfrfage2, Annina Kaltenbrunner3, Adriana Nilsson2

1: University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna, Austria; 2: Universty of Liverpool; 3: University of Leeds



Monetary Policy as Usual? The Class Characteristics of the Bank of England’s Exceptional Monetary Policy Since the 2007 Global Financial Crisis

John Evemy1, Edward Yates2, Andrew Eggleston3

1: University of Birmingham; 2: The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 3: University of Manchester



What We Can Learn About Platform Capitalism from Past Speculative Bubbles

Steven Watson

University of Cambridge, United Kingdom



The Changing Nature Of Money And The Role Of The State

Robin Latimer

Independent researcher, United Kingdom

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN06_04: Comparing Capitalisms: Industrial Policy, Progressive Protectionism, Fiscal Stability to Overcome Asymmetries?
Location: GM.332
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
Chair: Yuliya Yurchenko, University of Greenwich
 

Helping To Generate Optimisms Of The Will In Dystopian Times? Reflections On A Decade Of Comparing Capitalisms Teaching

Ian Bruff

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



EU Industrial Policy in Dystopian Times: Why and how Smart Specialisation and Digitization European Industry exacerbate economic structural asymmetries within and beyond the EU

Luuk Schmitz, Angela Wigger

Departement of Political Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands



Progressive Protectionism – An Oxymoron Or A Viable Strategy To Reduce Uneven Development In Europe?

Julia Eder

Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria



A Cultural Political Economy Of Fiscal Stability and Growth: The Role Of The State And The Transformation Of The Economic Sphere In Spain

Nagore Calvo

King's College London, United Kingdom

Date: Thursday, 22/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN06_05: A Critical Political Economy of Finance-led Accumulation
Location: GM.332
Chair: Yuliya Yurchenko, University of Greenwich
Chair: Bernd Bonfert, Roskilde University
 

The Good Financial(ised) Citizen? 'Resilience' As A Disciplinary Mechanism In The Financialisation Of The Welfare State

Matthew Donoghue

University of Oxford, United Kingdom



The Financialisation of Car Dependency

Thomas Haines-Doran

SOAS, United Kingdom



Compact with Africa – the German Contribution to lLberalization of Investment and Financialisation in Africa

Frauke Banse

University of Kassel, Germany



Revisiting the M-Pesa ‘market miracle’: a historical materialist analysis of the Financialisation Of Remittances In Kenya

Julia Kristina Maisenbacher

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN06_06a: A Feminist Political Economy of Precarisation and Indebtedness
Location: GM.332
Chair: Anne Engelhardt, Kassel University
Chair: Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta, University of Naple Federico II
 

Bad Debts, Good Profits: A Feminist Political Economy of Distressed Debt Markets in Europe

Caroline Metz

Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute, United Kingdom



Precarious Social Reproduction In Greece: Households, Utility indebtedness And Gendered Subjects

Aliki Koutlou

University of Manchester, United Kingdom



Gendered Experiences of Debt and Labor in Greece and Turkey

Pelin Kilincarslan

Koç University, Turkey



The Italian Feminist Movement And The Challenge Of Intersectionality

Marta Panighel1, Alina Dambrosio Clementelli2

1: Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy; 2: Independent researcher

4:00pm
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5:30pm
RN06_07a: Resisting Authoritarian Neoliberalism
Location: GM.332
Chair: Aliki Koutlou, University of Manchester
Chair: Nikolai Huke, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
 

Political Economy, Social Strain, and Alternatives to Austerity and Neoliberalism

David Bailey1, Paul Christopher Lewis1, Saori Shibata2

1: University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; 2: Leiden University, Netherlands



Extinction Rebellion and Civil Disobedience

Oscar Berglund

University of Bristol, United Kingdom



Allied Against Austerity – A Network Analysis Of Transnational Cooperation Among Anti-austerity Initiatives In Europe

Bernd Bonfert

Roskilde University, Denmark



Establishment Populism and the Politics of Internal Devaluation: The Case of Croatia

Mislav Zitko, Jelena Ostojic

University of Zagreb, Croatia

6:00pm
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7:30pm
RN06_08: Capitalist Crises, Elites, Experts and the Role of the State
Location: GM.332
Chair: Bernd Bonfert, Roskilde University
Chair: Laura Shanti Basu, Utrecht University
 

On The Political Value Of The Concept Of Elites Under Capitalism

Marie Kathryn Moran

Equality Studies, UCD, Ireland



Configuring Contemporary Neoliberalism in Unusual Ways: A Comparative Study of the New Business Elite in India and Turkey

Esra Elif Nartok

The University of Manchester, United Kingdom



The Disciplinary Ways of BEPS-Related Technical Assistance: a Critical Analysis of the Integration of Developing Countries in the BEPS Inclusive Framework.

Cassandra Vet

University of Antwerp, Belgium

7:30pm
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8:30pm
RN06_BM: RN06 Business Meeting
Location: GM.332
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
Date: Friday, 23/Aug/2019
11:00am
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12:30pm
RN06_09a: Coercion, Surveillance and the Disciplining of Labour under Authoritarian Capitalism
Location: GM.332
Chair: Ian Bruff, University of Manchester
Chair: Thomas Haines-Doran, SOAS
 

Surveillance And Capitalist Accumulation: Putting Capitalism Into Surveillance Capitalism

Markus Kienscherf

Freie Universität Berlin, Germany



China: Towards digital authoritarian capitalism?

Steven Rolf

Aston university, United Kingdom



Global Flows of Goods and Everyday Violence: The Port-city of Buenaventura, Columbia

Alke Jenss

Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institut, Germany



‘Cheap Logistics’ – Value Chain Management And The Corporal (Re-)organisation Of Labour And Struggle

Anne Engelhardt

Kassel University, Germany

2:00pm
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3:30pm
RN06_10: The Political Economy of Neoliberal Transformations
Location: GM.332
Chair: David J. Bailey, University of Birmingham
Chair: Angela Wigger, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
 

Toward a Political Economy of Policing under Authoritarian Neoliberalism

Malte Michael Laub

King's College London, United Kingdom



Theorizing Cities and Neoliberalism: Accounting for Systemic vs. Contingent Aspects of Neoliberal Transformations

Aleksandra Piletic

Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands, The



Back to the Village. Undisciplined Notes on Ordoliberal Communitarianism

Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta

University of Naples Federico II, Italy


 
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