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Guest lecture @EUI Florence

On November 20th, Milan Babic gave a guest lecture at the Political Economy Working Group of the European University Institute Florence with the title “How does structural power operate? A framework for its working mechanisms”. For more information please see here.

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Roundtable on the future of globalization @ St. Andrews

On October 14th, Milan Babic joined a roundtable with Taylor St John, Folashadé Soulé and Geoffrey Gertz on the topic “Will Globalization be different after Coronavirus?” at the Centre for Global Law and Governance, U. of St. Andrews. For more information, see...

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Panel on IPE and Covid-19 @Uni Groningen

On October 2nd, Milan Babic joined a panel with the title ” The Covid-19 Pandemic: Continuity and Change in the International Political Economy”, where he discussed one of the contributions. More information:...

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New commentary for openDemocracy

New commentary for openDemocracy

Ilias Alami and Adam Dixon have published a commentary entitled The clash of capitalisms? for openDemocracy as part of its 'Decolonising the Economy' series. The piece is based on a recently published article in the journal Political Geography.

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Op-ed on Beijing’s National Security Law for Hong Kong

Op-ed on Beijing’s National Security Law for Hong Kong

Imogen Liu has written an op-ed on China's new National Security Law for Hong Kong, published in the The Interpreter at the Lowy Institute. Imogen provides a geoeconomic, geopolitical and state capitalist reading of the new legislation, analysing its broader...

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Presentation of Findings to the EC

Presentation of Findings to the EC

On 30 June, Imogen Liu and Adam Dixon presented research findings from recent fieldwork to Beijing and Hong Kong on Chinese state capital to more than 70 staff of the European Commission. Dixon and Liu were invited by DG ECFIN, with representatives from several other...

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The strange geographies of the ‘new’ state capitalism

The strange geographies of the ‘new’ state capitalism

Ilias Alami and Adam Dixon have just published a new paper in Political Geography. Highlights The category state capitalism is rapidly becoming a central geopolitical marker. It acts as a powerful tool in hierarchizing the spaces of world politics. It is saturated...

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The Specter of State Capitalism

Adam Dixon and Ilias Alami have written an op-ed on COVID-19 and the rise of state capitalism. The piece appears on the Developing Economics blog as a well as LinkedIn.

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