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Re-Embedding the Market: Crisis and Reinvention?

Workshop - 3th and 4th December 2009

University of Melbourne and Harvard University
Information for participants

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The workshop will be held simultaneously at Harvard University and the University of Melbourne, in so far as time differences will allow. Workshops in both locations will begin with a jointly held, teleconferenced plenary session with presentations occurring in both locations. This session will be open to the public. Other sessions will be closed in order to facilitate discussion.

The draft format for the event is as follows: (download full program .pdf)

Harvard

Melbourne

3 Dec
4:30 - 5:00pm

Arrival

4 Dec
8:30 - 9:00am

Registration

3 Dec
5.00pm - 8:30pm

Videoconference Plenary Session - Open to public

4 Dec
9:00am - 12:30pm

Videoconference Plenary Session - Open to public

4 Dec
9:30pm

Morning closed workshop session 1

1:30pm

Afternoon closed workshop parallel sessions 1

1:30pm

Afternoon closed workshop session 2

3:30pm

Afternoon closed workshop parallel sessions 2

5:00pm

Evening session 3

5:15pm - 6:00pm

Closing session and drinks

7:30pm

Workshop dinner

6:30pm

Workshop dinner – Café Italia, Lygon St

Sessions will be organized around the themes such as the following:

  • The Crisis and Possibilities for Reform in the Economically Advanced World
  • The Crisis and Possibilities for Reform in the Developing and Newly Industrialized World
  • Re-Embedding the Market: Theoretical Considerations
  • Reforming the International Trade Architecture
  • Reforming International Financial Institutions
  • What Needs to Happen to Make Reform Happen? Civil society and democratic market governance.
Paper preparation  

There are now less than two months until the workshop occurs. Over the next 8 weeks the following needs to occur:

  • We will be distributing a framing paper shortly, which will define the issues and frame the scope of the workshop and subsequent publications.
  • We ask each participant to submit a two-page paper outline by 10th November.  Outlines should be emailed to: Shelley.marshall@buseco.monash.edu.au. Full papers are also welcome at this time in order to facilitate fuller discussion. This outline will be displayed on the event website; contributions will be organized on the website according to the topic they address.
  • Each participant will be invited to provide a brief comment on another’s outline. These comments will be posted on the website alongside the corresponding outline.
  • Broader comment and discussion regarding individual outlines and conference themes more generally will also be possible via the conference website.
  • At the workshop, all participants will be grouped by topic into sessions in which they present their papers/ideas.
  • Full papers for the edited volume will be due by March 1st 2010 for reviewing and editing.
List of participants

We are now close to finalizing the participants in the workshop. A list of participants is included here. We will provide further updates to this list as we confirm additional speakers.  List of participants

Last
Name

First
Name

Title

Institution

Harvard Site

Amsden

Alice

Barton L. Weller Professor of Political Economy

MIT

Beckfield

Jason

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Harvard University

Block

Fred

Professor of Sociology

University of California-Davis

Blyth Mark Professor of International Political Economy Brown University

Gallagher

Kevin

Associate Professor of International Relations

Boston University

Goodman

Peter

National Economics Correspondent

New York Times

Howe

John

Associate Professor of Law

Melbourne Law School

Jung

Jiwook

PhD Candidate, Sociology

Harvard University

Kapadia

Anush

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Committee on Global Thought

Columbia University

Martin

Cathie Jo

Professor of Political Science

Boston University

Naidu

Suresh

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Harvard Academy

Harvard University

Ocampo

Jose Antonio

Professor of International and Public Affairs

Columbia University

Reddy

Sanjay

Professor of Economics

New School for Social Research

Rogers

Joel

Professor of Law, Political Science, and Sociology

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Schneider Ben Professor of Political Science Massachusetts Institute of  Technology

Unger

Roberto

Professor of Law

Harvard University

Western

Bruce

Professor of Sociology

Harvard University

University of Melbourne Site

Adler

Daniel

 

World Bank

Arup

Chris

Professor, Business Law and Taxation

Monash University

Buckley

Ross

Professor

University of New South Wales

Cahill

Damian

Lecturer

The University of Sydney

Chandra

Alexander

Southeast Asia Coordinator

Trade Knowledge Network

Conroy

John

Independent Scholar

Sydney

Dawkins

May Miller

Research Director

Oxfam Australia

Durano

Marina

Research Coordinator

DAWN

Dawkins

May Miller

Research Director

Oxfam Australia

Edwards

Belinda

Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Australian National University

Hutchens

Anna

Research Fellow

Australian National University

Langmore

John

Professor

University of Melbourne

Parker

Christine

Associate Professor

University of Melbourne

Paton

Joy

Lecturer

The University of Sydney

Quiggin

John

Professor

University of Queensland

Ross

Sandy

Research Fellow

University of Melbourne

Samford

Charles

Professor, Director, IEGL

The Institute for Ethics, Governance and La(a joint initiative of the UN University, Griffith and QUT in association with the ANU)

Organizers in each location will contact you soon with accommodation ideas and to assist with other arrangements.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions or queries you may have.

Shelley Marshall, Department of Business Law and Taxation, Monash University
Email: shelley.marshall@buseco.monash.edu.au

Kate Macdonald, School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne
Email: kmac@unimelb.edu.au

Sanjay Pinto, Department of Sociology and John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Email: sjpinto@fas.harvard.edu

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