Events Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre

Forthcoming Events


June 2018- March 2019: Economics for Campaigners: Free public events

"Economics for Campaigners" is a series of free public events for citizens and campaigners, who want to understand economics to make an impact on economic policies and contribute to policy debates in their organizations and communities at the local, national or international level. We will have an interactive discussion exploring difficult questions; we will debunk myths, challenge common misconceptions, and discuss alternatives to mainstream policies. The aim is to support citizens and campaigners to become confident in contributing to policy debates in their communities and organisations about the most urgent social and economic questions of our time. We assume no prior background knowledge and aim to introduce key concepts building on your experience as citizens or campaigners. Organised by GPERC.

All events are scheduled for 19:00-21:00 to make it feasible to attend after work.  Events are two hours per month including an introduction and lots of time for debate in a participatory format including group discussions and/or questions and answers.

All events are at the University of Greenwich, Park Row, SE109LS, Greenwich, London.



 

Past Events

2018 

    12 July 2018: Exploratory Workshop on the Technology/Culture Interrelationship

    Time: 13:00- 19:00, Queen Anne Court, room QA063. The Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC) and the Sustainability Technology and Innovation Research Group (stir) organize an one-day workshop on the Technology/ Culture Interrelationship. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC). This seminar is free to attend. Please see here for the programme.

    This joint activity received financial support from the European Parliament.

    29 June 2018: Workshop on Financial Economics and Network Science

    You are invited to a workshop on Financial Economics and Network Science. The aim of this workshop is to bring together practitioners of Finance, Time Series Econometrics and Network Science to foster interdisciplinary collaborations and novel approaches to the study of financial systems.  The workshop will host contributed talks plus four keynote speakers. More information can be found here  
    Speakers Include:

    • Dr. Andrea Baronchelli, City University
    • Dr Marco Bardoscia, Bank of England
    • Kristian Bouw, CEO and founder of  notiontheory.com
    • Prof. Menelaos Karanasos, Brunel University

    Location: ​Queen Anne Court, Room 180, University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College, 30 Park Row, London SE10 9LS. Time: 8:30am-18:30pm.

    21 June 2018: Workshop on Secular Stagnation in the Eurozone and Divergence between the Centre and Periphery: policy proposals beyond unconventional monetary policy

    Time: 16:00- 19:00, Queen Anne Court, room QA075. The workshop is organized by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC). We will present the findings of the FEPS-GPERC research project on secular stagnation and discuss how it can be addressed in Europe. Speakers include Dr Ernst Stetter (FEPS), Prof. Annamaria Simonazzi (University la Sapienza of Rome), Prof. Jan Fagerberg (University of Oslo), and Dr Alberto Botta (GPERC, University of Greenwich). 

    This joint activity received financial support from the European Parliament.

    March - June 2018: Lecture Series in Selected Topics in Post-Keynesian, institutionalist, feminist and Marxian political economy

    The Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre- GPERC (University of Greenwich) and FEPS (Foundation for European Progressive Studies) are jointly organising a series of lectures in advanced macroeconomics based on a political economy approach combining institutionalist, feminist, Keynesian and Marxist traditions. The lecture series builds on the research expertise of staff in political economy; we also host Dr Ernst Stetter from FEPS.
     
    The lectures are free and do not require pre-registration. All lectures are chaired and discussions are led by Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).

    7 June 2018 Conference: The Causes of Falling Wage Share and Prospects for Growth with Equality

    Co-organized by Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC). Location: University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA080. Time: 17:00-19:00. We would like to invite you to a conference on "The Causes of Falling Wage Share and Prospects for Growth with Equality" where we will present the findings of our new research project funded by the Institute of New Economic Thinking (INET). Speakers at the panel include,  László Andor, Kate Bell, John Evans, Ozlem Onaran, and Alexander Guschanski. 

    Please register here and find the Programme here.

    This joint activity received financial support from the European Parliament.

    23 May 2018: Workshop on Climate Change and Finance
     

    Co-organised by the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre (GPERC) and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), University of Greenwich Maritime Campus, Queen Anne Court, room 180. The workshop focused on the effects of climate change on financial stability and the ways through which central banks, governments and financial regulators could contribute to the development of a climate-aligned financial system. Speakers include Hector Pollitt (Cambridge Econometrics), Yannis Dafermos (University of West England), Maria Nikolaidi (University of Greenwich, GPERC), Sini Matikainen (LSE), Rob Acquire (Positive Money) and Etienne Espagne (AFD). The event will be chaired by Charlotte Billingham (FEPS) and will be followed by a reception.

    Programme

    This joint activity received financial support from the European Parliament.

    25 April 2018: The Q theory of investment: Novel findings from an augmented Tobin's Q model

    Research seminar by Hoang Luong (University of Greenwich). Co-organised by FEPS and GPERC. Location: University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA039. Time 16:00-17:00. Please see the abstract here.

    28 March 2018: Book Launch Ukraine and the Empire of Capital. From Marketisation to Armed Conflict

    Since 1991, nominally independent Ukraine has been in turmoil, with the Orange Revolution and the Maidan protests marking its most critical moments. Now, its borders are threatened and the civil unrest and armed conflict continue to destabilise the country. In order to understand these dramatic events, Yuliya Yurchenko looks to the country's post-Soviet past in this ambitious analysis of contemporary Ukrainian political economy. Look inside the book here.

    Yuliya Yurchenko is a Lecturer in International Business and researcher at the Public Services International Research Unit, the Centre for Business Network Analysis and Political Economy Research Centre at University of Greenwich. 

    The event is chaired by Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC). Keynote addresses by: Chris Ford (Ukraine Solidarity Campaign) and James Butler (Novara Media).Co-organised by FEPS and GPERC. Location: University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room LT QA180. Time 17:00

    21 March 2018: US household sector borrowing in the long run - Structural Change and Causality

    Research seminar by Rafael Wildauer (University of Greenwich). Co-organised by FEPS and GPERC. Chaired by Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC). Location: University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA239. Time 16:00-17:00.

  • 22 February 2018: Nominal Exchange Rate Shocks & Inflation in an Open Economy: Towards a Structuralist Inflation Targeting Agenda. Research Seminar by Eduardo Bastian (Institute of Economics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Co-organised by FEPS and GPERC. Chaired by Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC). Location: University of Greenwich, Hamilton House, room HH103. Time 16:00-17:00.

2017

  • 13 December 2017: The missing rich- power law modelling to tackle non-observation and non-response problems in household surveys. Research seminar by Rafael Wildauer (University of Greenwich). Co-organised by FEPS and GPERC. Location: University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA165. Time 16:00-17:00.
  • 6 December 2017: The Economic Impact and Cause of Income Inequality: the shifting views of the international financial institutions, by John Evans. Co-organised by FEPS, University of Greenwich Business School, and GPERC. Location: University of Greenwich, King William Court room KW303. Time: 17:00-19:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 29 November 2017: A European Future for Brexit Britain? Talk by Lord Roger Liddle, co-organised by FEPS, UoG Business School, and GPERC. Location: University of Greenwich, King William Court room KW303. Time: 17:00-19:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 1 November 2017: Workshop on Growth and Income Distribution. Keynote speaker: Prof Marc Lavoie (Paris 13). Speakers include: Prof Engelbert Stockhammer (Kingston University), Prof Ozlem Onaran (GPERC), Dr Maria Nikolaidi (GPERC), Dr Rafael Wildauer (GPERC), Dr Cem Oyvat (GPERC), Dr Sakir Devrim Yilmaz (Kingston University). The workshop was chaired by Dr David Rinaldi (FEPS) and it is jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the University of Greenwich. Queen Anne Court Room QA080. Time: 16:30-19:30.The programme and abstracts of the presentations are here.  
  • 18 October 2017: A Dynamic Model of Global Value Chains: Degree of Monopsony Power, Consolidation and Symbiosis. Research seminar by Giorgos Galanis (Goldsmiths College) and Ashok Kumar (Birkbeck, University of London), jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA065. Time: 16:00-18:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 5 October 2017: The Complexity Approach to Post Keynesian Macro-modeling.
    Research seminar by Corrado Di Guilmi, University of Technology Sydney, jointly organised by FEPS and GPERC. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA065. Time: 17:00-19:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 22 June 2017: Perspectives on Responsible Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship
  • FEPS, GPERC, and the Sustainability, Technology and Innovation Research Group (STIR) organize an one-day workshop on innovation and social entrepreneurship. The workshop will take place at the University of Greenwich Queen Anne Court room QA110, from 11:00 until 17:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).

  • 12 April - June 2017: Lecture Series in Selected Topics Post-Keynesian, institutionalist, feminist and Marxian political economy. 
  • FEPS (Foundation for European Progressive Studies), the Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre - GPERC (University of Greenwich), and Kingston University are jointly organising a series of lectures in advanced macroeconomics based on a political economy approach combining institutionalist, feminist, Keynesian and Marxist traditions. The lecture series builds on the research expertise of staff in political economy at both universities. The lectures alternate between the University of Greenwich and Kingston University, are free and do not require pre-registration. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).

    For the Kingston University lectures please follow the link

  • 31 May - 1 June 2017: Conference co- organized by FEPS, GPERC, and PKSG. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, Room QA080. Speakers include Daniele Tori (Open University), Robert Jump (Kingston University), Roberto Veneziani (Queen Mary London), Roger Farmer (University of Warwick), Sebastian Dullien (HTW Berlin), Engelbert Stockhammer (Kingston University), Daniela Gabor (UWE), Jan Toporowski (SOAS) and Daniela Prates (UNICAMP, Brazil) among others. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 19 May 2017: 1st FENS Workshop "Financial Economics and Network Science"
  • The aim is of this workshop is to bring together practitioners of Finance, Time Series Econometrics and Network Science to foster interdisciplinary collaborations and novel approaches to the study of financial systems. Jointly organised by FEPS, the department of International Business and Economics (IBE) and GPERC. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA180. Time: 09:00-18:00.

  • 17 May 2017: The determinants of firm R&D Investment: revisiting Tobin's Q Theory with Product-Market Competition Assumption
  • Research seminar by Hoang Luong,  jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Queen Mary Court, room QM268. Time: 13:00-14:00.

  • 4 May 2017 Conference: Income distribution, investment and sustainability
  • Key note lecture by Dr Michael Kumhof, Bank of England, on "Income Distribution and Stability", and presentation of the results of the project "An investment and equality-led sustainable growth strategy", by Ozlem Onaran, Stephany Griffith-Jones, Lisa Kastner, Signe Dahl, Paul Sweeney, Maria Nikolaidi, Giovanni Cozzi, and Daniele Tori.The conference is jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC,  TASC and ECLM. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne court room QA080. Time: 17:00-19:30. 

  • 5 April 2017: Forgotten Macroeconomics in Mega Trade and Investment Deals 
  • Research seminar by Dr Jeronim Capaldo, Tufts University, chaired by Dr Ernst Stetter, Secretary General, FEPS, and jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich Queen Anne Court room QA180. Time: 13:00-15:00. Dr Capaldo's talk is based on a synthesis of two papers on TTIP and TPP.

  • 29 March 2017: Does Inequality Hamper Innovation and Growth? An AB-SFC Analysis
  • Research seminar by Alberto Russo, Marche Polytechnic University, jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Stephen Lawrence building, room: SL007 Time: 13:00-14:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).

  • 22 March 2017: Smooth Transition Analysis and Portfolio Optimization: the case of emerging- and frontier-equity markets 
  • Research seminar by Francesco Guidi, jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Stephen Lawrence building, room: SL007. Time: 13:00-14:00. The seminar is based on the paper "Smooth Transition Analysis and Portfolio Optimization: the case of emerging- and frontier-equity markets", co-authored by Francesco Guidi, Christos Savva and Gabriella Cagliesi.

  • 15 March 2017: Wage-led vs Profit-led Growth: a comprehensive empirical analysis 
  • Research seminar by Cem Oyvat,  jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Queen Mary building, room QM168. Time: 13:00-14:00.

  • 9 March 2017:  Postgraduate Research Students' Seminar on Sustainable Transitions
  • The student seminar is jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and STIR. University of Greenwich, Queen Mary court room QM168. Time: 16:00-17:00. For abstracts of the papers presented please visit here.

  • 8 March 2017, International Women's Day: Gender Equality for a Sustainable Economy
  • Book launch and discussion with Prof. Diane Elson (University of Essex), Heather Wakefield (Unison, Head of Local Government), Prof Ozlem Onaran (University of Greenwich, GPERC), Dr Hannah Bargawi (SOAS), Dr Giovanni Cozzi (University of Greenwich, GPERC), Dr Jerome de Henau (Open University), co-organised by FEPS, GPERC, and Women's Budget Group. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA065. Time 17:00- 19:00. For the details of the contributions, please visit here. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).

  • 22 February 2017: "Non-linearities and Heterogeneity in R&D Productivity", seminar by Edna Solomon, jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Stephen Lawrence building, room: SL007 Time: 13:00-14:00 
  • 2 February 2017: "The economic impact of Brexit in the age of secular stagnation", with Matthew Pennycook (MP for Greenwich and Woolwich and Shadow Minister for Exiting the European Union), Ms Sian Errington (Unite the Union, Political Officer), Mr John Palmer (former European Editor of The Guardian), Mr Andrew Harrop (Fabian Society, General Secretary), Prof Gerhard Stahl (the College of Europe in Brügge, Peking University HSBC Business School and FEPS Scientific Council), Prof Ozlem Onaran (Director of GPERC), Prof Mehmet Ugur (chair), co-organised by FEPS & GPERC. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA065. Time: 17:00-19:00.  
  • 1 February 2017: Seminar "How to tackle the subjective measurement of agency. An empirical application on Italy", by Toa Giroletti, University of Pavia, jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). Part of this research has been implemented in collaboration with the EC funded project "CrESSI - Creating Economic Space for Social Innovation" (GA no: 613261). University of Greenwich, Stephen Lawrence building, room: SL007 Time: 13:00-14:00.
  • 26 January 2017: Book launch "Modern Monetary Theory and European Macroeconomics", by Dirk Ehnts, Chemnitz Technical University, jointly organised by FEPS & GPERC. University of Greenwich King William court room KW003. Time: 17:00- 19:00. Chair and discussant: Professor Ozlem Onaran (FEPS Scientific Council member and Director of GPERC).
  • 25 January 2017: "Coping with uncertainty: policy responses of central and local government authorities in the U.K.", Research seminar by Catalin Dragomirescu-Caina, Foundation for Progressive European Studies (FEPS), jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich Queen Anne court, room QA238. Time: 13:00-15:00.
  • 18 January 2017: "Within-industry size diversity and firm survival: Evidence from UK data", seminar by Prof Mehmet Ugur, jointly organised by FEPS, GPERC, and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich, Stephen Lawrence building, room: SL007 Time: 13:00-14:00.

2016

  • 14 December 2016: "Alleviating the Childcare Constraint for Women: Empirical Evidence from the UK", seminar by Dr Gabriella Cagliesi, jointly organised by GPERC, FEPS and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich Stephen Lawrence building, room SL106. Time: 13:00-14:00.
  • 10 December 2016: One-day workshop, exhibition and round-table discussion: "Democratic Transformations, Kurdish Women and Regional Conflict: Lessons from Rojava and beyond", jointly organised by GPERC and Peace in Kurdistan – Women's Alliance for Kurdistan, Iraq and Syria. University of Greenwich, King William Court room KW002. Time: 09:30-18:30 Please find the programme here.
  • 7 December 2016: "Migration in Kenya: Beyond Harris-Todaro", seminar by Dr Cem Oyvat,  jointly organised by GPERC, FEPS and the department of International Business and Economics (IBE). University of Greenwich Stephen Lawrence building, room SL106.Time: 13:00-14:00.
  • 23 November 2016: "Prosperity without Growth in a Finite Planet" by Professor Tim Jackson, University of Surrey. Jointly organised by the Young Scholars Initiative (YSI) of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), GPERC and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS). University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA080. Time: 17:00- 19:00 talk.
  • 10 Nov 2016: "Money and Totality", by Professor Fred Moseley, Mount Holyoke College, USA, jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich Queen Anne Court room QA065. Time 17:00-19:00. No registration required, but spaces are limited.
  • 12 October 2016: "How much is enough" by Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky, jointly organised by the Young Scholars Initiative (YSI) of the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), GPERC and the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS). University of Greenwich Stockwell Street Library, 10 Stockwell Street, room 11_0004. Time: 16:00- 17:00 coffee welcome, 17:00- 19:00 talk.
  • 10 October 2016: "Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises" by Professor Anwar Shaikh, of the New School University, USA, jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA180, time: 17:00- 19:00.
  • 28 June 2016: One-day workshop: "Smart Urban Transport Policy Futures III", co-organised by GPERC, FEPS and STIR (Sustainability Technology and Innovation Research Group) University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA210, time: 09:30-18:30. The event is partly funded by a British Academy/ Society for the Advancement of Management Studies grant. Please find the preliminary programme here.
  • 20 June 2016: One-day workshop: "Small steps towards sustainability: Exploring the distributed, fragmented and piecemeal aspects of socio-technical change", co-organised by GPERC, FEPS and STIR (Sustainability Technology and Innovation Research Group) University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA210, time: 10.00-16.00.
  • 15 June 2016: Panel discussion: "Remain for Change: Building European solidarity for a democratic economic alternative", with Keir Starmer MP,  Matt Wrack (General Secretary, Fire Brigades Union),  Ann Pettifor (Director, Policy Research in Macroeconomics-Prime), John Weeks (Emeritus Professor, SOAS),  Jeremy Smith (Convenor of EREP & Co-Director of PRIME), Jo Michell (Senior Lecturer, University of the West of England), Ozlem Onaran (Professor, University of Greenwich, GPERC), Engelbert Stockhammer (Professor, Kingston University) and Mehmet Ugur (Professor, University of Greenwich, GPERC), jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA080. Time: 18:00-20:00. The report of EREP can be downloaded here.
  • 10 June 2016: 26th Post Keynesian Study Group (PKSG) Annual Workshop, University of Greenwich. Organised by: Dr Maria Nikolaidi, University of Greenwich, Professor Ozlem Onaran, University of Greenwich, and Professor Engelbert Stockhammer, Kingston University. Jointly organized by PKSG, GPERC and FEPS.
  • 9 June 2016: Post-Keynesian Study Group (PKSG) Annual PhD Student Conference. Organised by: Professor Gary Dymski, University of Leeds,  and Professor Ozlem Onaran, Eurydice Fotopoulou, Alexander Guschanski, Thomas Obst, Daniele Tori, University of Greenwich. Time 9:00 - 19:00, University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, Room QA080. Jointly organized by PKSG, GPERC and FEPS.
  • 23 May 2016: Conference and Book Launch: "Investment Policies for Sustainable Growth" with Massimo D'Alema (Former Prime Minister of Italy and President of FEPS), Richard Burgon MP (Shadow Minister – Treasury), Markus Berndt (Head of Division at the European Investment Bank), Professor Ozlem Onaran, Professor Jan Toporowski, Dr. Ernst Stetter (FEPS), Dr Giovanni Cozzi, jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich Queen Ann Court, room QA080. Time: 16:00-18:45. More information about the book edited by Giovanni Cozzi, Susan Newman and Jan Toporowski. Please find here the programme.
  • 18 May 2016: Research seminar: Yun Kim: "Political Aspects of Household Debt", jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA020, time: 17:00-18:30.
  • 4 May 2016: Research seminar: Professor Mehmet Ugur: "Firm R&D intensity and employment: Evidence of inverted-U relationship in UK data", jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Mary Court room QM268, time 17:00-18:00.
  • 28 April 2016: Report launch: Decent Jobs and Wage-led Growth in the UK and Europe, co-organised by GPERC, FEPS and TASC (Ireland), with John McDonnell MP; Professor Ozlem Onaran, Professor Engelbert Stockhammer, Professor James Wickham, Dr Alicja Bobek, Professor Francis Green, Dr Geoff Tily, Dr Ernst Stetter, Mr David Begg.Time: 14:45 - 20:00, University of Greenwich, King William Court, Room KW303. Our press release can be found here.
  • 21 April 2016: Research seminar: Dr Ceyhun Elgin, Bogazici University, "Informality: Measures, Causes and Consequences" jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court room QA210. Time: 17:00-19:00. 
  • 6 April 2016: GPERC- STIR (sustainability technology and innovation research group): Public launch of the Association for the Study of Innovation, Science and Technology (AsSIST-UK) with Dr Anne-Marie Coles. British Sociological Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, time: 19.00.
  • 9 March - June 2016: PhD lecture series in selected topics in Post-Keynesian, Institutional, Feminist and the Marxian Political Economy, University of Greenwich and Kingston University. Jointly organised by GPERC, FEPS and Kingston University.
  • 9 March 2016: Research seminar: Dr Alberto Botta, "The Theoretical Weaknesses of the Expansionary Austerity Doctrine and its Disastrous Implementation in the Eurozone", Joint International Business and Economics (IBE), GPERC and FEPS research seminar series, at the University of Greenwich, Hamilton House, HH103, Time 16:00 - 17:00.
  • 2 March 2016: Research seminar: Dr Giovanni Cozzi, "Investment-led recovery for Europe: modelling alternatives to austerity", Joint International Business and Economics (IBE), FEPS and GPERC research seminar series, at the University of Greenwich, Queen Ann Court, room QA063, Time 16:00 - 17:00.
  • 10 February 2016: Meta-analysis as a method of evidence synthesis: A workshop, by Mehmet Ugur, University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, room QA210, Time 13:30-17:00. Please find here the notes and do files.
  • 20 January 2016: Research seminar: "UK subsidies and private R&D: Is there input additionality?", by Mehmet Ugur, Eshref Trushin and Edna Solomon. Joint International Business and Economics (IBE), FEPS and GPERC research seminar series, at the University of Greenwich Queen Anne Court, room QA063. Time 16:00-17:00.
  • 19 January 2016: GPERC Launch Conference: "Building equitable and sustainable society, four decades of Political Economy at Greenwich", jointly organised by GPERC and FEPS. University of Greenwich, Queen Ann Court, room QA080. Time: 17:00 - 20:30. Conference programme and material.

2015

  • 5 November 2015: GPERC- STIR (sustainability technology and innovation research group) seminar: "Data into Knowledge", with Eur Ing Dr Deryn Graham on 'Introduction to Big Data and Predictive Analytics' and Dr Anne-Marie Coles on 'Science Fiction Film as a Money-spinner: Innovator as Audience or Audience as Innovator?'
  • 27 October 2015: Report Launch:  Working for the economy: the economic case for trade unions, joint GPERC and New Economic Foundation research project.
  • 4 October 2015: Seminar: Dr Alberto Botta: "The complex inequality-innovation-public investment nexus", University of Greenwich.

For further information on forthcoming events, please contact us.

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