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Event Archive for June 2015

  • Money, Debt and Finance: Towards a Political Economy of Financial Innovation

    26 June 2015
    The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London NW1 8NP

    OU’s Open Political Economy Group will explore an alternative research agenda based on Marx’s analysis and related currents.

  • Improving Health and Health Services Through Research

    25 - 27 June 2015
    St Hugh’s College, Oxford

    Organised by the OU's Capabilities Measurement Project, the Foundation for Knowledge Exchange and others, the event will present a wide range of papers on health services around the world, including IKD research on pharmaceuticals and health measurement.

  • Towards Inclusive Innovation, Asian Drivers, Global Value Chains and the Role of Commodities: Celebrating Raphael Kaplinsky’s Research

    18 June 2015, 12:30 - 18:30
    The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London NW1 8NP

    Workshop celebrating the more than forty years Professor Kaplinsky has been researching the economics of innovation, globalisation and development. Watch a podcast of the event.

  • Residential Care for Children and Young People at the Intersection of Structural, Symbolic and Physical Violence: A Case Study from the Mexican-American Border Zone

    17 June 2015, 12:30 - 14:00
    Room 00-13, Ground Floor Chambers Building, OU, Milton Keynes

    International Development Seminar by Sylvia Meichsner, who explores how structural, symbolic and direct physical violence intersect in relation to residential settings of child- and youthcare.

  • Distribution, Work and Employment: Identifying the Problems

    5 June 2015, 09:45 - 16:00
    The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London NW1 8NP

    Participants from government, industry and academia are invited to the first seminar of a series which will explore factor income distribution from a plurality of perspectives, including heterodox approaches (such as post-Keynesianism, Kaleckian, radical and feminist economics) and mainstream analyses.