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Book launch: The Political Economy of Patriarchy in the Global South

14 September 2022

We kicked off our 2022/2023 International Development and Innovation Seminar Series by celebrating a new book by the OU's Ece Kocabıçak

Mustafa Erdem Sakinç

Is Codetermination in Europe a barrier to excessive financialization?

15 June 2022

Mustafa Erdem Sakinç from Université Sorbonne Paris Nord joined us for our final seminar of the 2021/22 series on 15 June 2022

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The afterlife of industrial work

18 May 2022

Alessandra Mezzadri from SOAS discusses 'The afterlife of industrial work: Urban-to-rural labour transitions from the factory to the informal economy'

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AgroEcos conference now available to view again

3 May 2022

Watch The Open University’s AgroEcos project conference again here. The project has investigated the agroecology-based solidarity economy in South America since 2020

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The Specter of State Capitalism

6 April 2022

We were joined today by Ilias Alami, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow in the Department of Social and Economic Geography at Uppsala University

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Emergent Geographies of the Second Global Cold War

16 March 2022

Seth Schindler, Senior Lecturer of Urban Development and Transformation at the Global Development Institute, University of Manchester, joined us for this highly topical discussion

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Professor Susan Newman on BBC Radio 4

21 February 2022

'Wealth, influence and the global elite' on BBC Radio 4 with the Professor Susan Newman, Head of Economics at The Open University

Vaccine shots and silver bullets

9 February 2022

Charlie Wheltham joined us for today's International Development and Innovation Seminar, with input from Theo Papaioannou, Professor of Politics, Innovation and Development at the OU

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Mozambique's resource curse is a success of donor actions to create oligarchs

12 January 2022

We were joined by Dr Joseph Hanlon and Thomas Selemane on Wednesday 12 January 2022. You can now watch this seminar back again here

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Introduction to REDEFINE a 5-year, €2.5 million project funded by the European Research Council

24 November 2021

This seminar was held on 24 November 2021 and provided an overview of a 5-year, €2.5 million project funded by the European Research Council called REDEFINE

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