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1 Formalization as Development: Accounting for the Proliferation of Village Savings Associations In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar, Maia Green (University of Manchester) discusses village savings associations and small-scale credit in Sub-Saharan Africa. 28 October 2016. Maia Green 31 Jul 2017
2 Trumponomics The Sanjaya Lall Memorial Trust held a panel discussion to welcome Sanjaya Lall Visiting Fellow Professor Kenneith Rogoff, Harvard University. Other panellists were Martin Wolf CBE of the Financial Times and Professor John Muellbauer of Oxford University. John Muellbauer, Martin Wolf, Kenneith Rogoff 27 Jun 2017
3 Brexit and the Role of Parliament Panel discussion looking at Brexit and the role the British Parliament has. Sir Nicholas Stadlen, Lord Falconer, Paul Craig, Martin Howe 27 Jan 2017
4 What are universities for? Keri Facer, Professor of Educational and Social Futures at the University of Bristol, gives the 6th Annual Lecture of the Oxford Education Society, the alumni and friends association of the Department of Education. Keri Facer 16 Jan 2017
5 FMR 52 - A role for market analysis Securing refugees’ access to work opportunities would help to ameliorate the problems associated with a primarily humanitarian response. Diana Essex, Jessica Therkelsen, Anna Wirth 12 Jul 2016
6 Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China Sheila A. Smith, a senior fellow for Japan studies at the Council on Foreign Relations, discusses her new book, "Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China." Sheila A. Smith, Rosemary Foot 01 Feb 2016
7 Sustainable finance: Restoring confidence and stability in the financial system Colin Mayer (Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies, Saïd Business School) gives a seminar for the PEFM programme. Chaired by Adam Bennett (St Antony's College, Oxford). Colin Mayer, Adam Bennett 03 Nov 2014
8 The Futility of Economic Forecasting? Michael Aronstein, President, Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer of Marketfield Asset Management (New York) delivers a lecture in the Institute’s ‘American Business: Past, Present and Future’ series. Michael Aronstein 21 May 2014
9 Intellectual property and informal economy: a commodity chain from China to Brazil through Paraguay Rosana Pinheiro-Machado (of ODID, Oxford)'s anthropology departmental seminar focuses on the transmission of diverse goods in a commodity chain that was formed in the 1980s. Rosana Pinheiro-Machado 29 Apr 2014
10 Creative Commons Claiming resources, honouring debts: miners, herders and the land masters of Mongolia Rebecca Empson of UCL discusses the form of capitalism emerging in Mongolia's mineral economy. An anthropology departmental seminar. Rebecca Empson 29 Apr 2014
11 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 3 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Edwina Moreton, Diane Coyle, Donald Hay, Edmund Newell 16 Apr 2014
12 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 2 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Robin Lovin, John Thanassoulis, David Vines, Rowan Williams 16 Apr 2014
13 "How Much is Enough? The Love of Money and the Case for the Good Life" Session 1 In this McDonald Centre conference, Robert and Edward Skidelsky debate their controversial book about work, wealth, and human well-being with Rowan Williams, Cecile Fabre, John Thanassoulis, and other theologians, philosophers, economists and journalists. Robert Skidelsky, Edward Skidelsky, Cecile Fabre, John Hughes 15 Apr 2014
14 Political Extremism in the Interwar Period and its Economic Roots. Kevin O'Rourke, Chichele Professor of Economic History, and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, gives a seminar for the PEFM programme. The discussant was Othon Anastasa and the chair was Paul Betts, St. Antony's College, Oxford. Kevin O’Rourke, Othon Anastasakis, Paul Betts 27 Nov 2013
15 The global and Euro area crises: Will next time be different? Sean Berrigan Director for Financial Stability and Monetary Affairs in DG ECFIN at the European Commission gives a seminar on the Euro crisis. Chaired by Max Watson of St Antony's College, Oxford. Sean Berrigan, Max Watson 22 May 2013
16 Creative Commons Addressing the crisis in Europe and the global economy: Lessons from the 1920s and 1930s? A lecture at the St Anthony's College Oxford, European Studies Centre, given by Professor's David Vines and Patricia Clavin chaired by Maxwell Watson on 28th November 2012. Maxwell Watson, David Vines, Patricia Clavin 03 Dec 2012
17 Creative Commons A Great Deal of Ruin in a Nation In this lecture, Professor Barry Supple (FBA) and Professor Avner Offer (FBA) will analyse the post-war economic development of the United States. Barry Supple, Avner Offer 14 Nov 2012
18 After the Crash: Restoring Economic Growth Founding St Catherine's College in the 1960s required extensive appeals to industry to secure adequate funding to build and endow the new College. Tracy Corrigan, Clive Maxwell, Martin Heipertz, Paul Betts 05 Oct 2012
19 Risk The inaugural research seminar invited three speakers to consider how the concept and experience of 'risk' influenced their current research. David Howard, Jonathan Michie, Nigel Mehdi, Adam Josephs 20 Jun 2012
20 Information Technologies and Marginalization in African Market Economies Laura Mann summarises her lecture on information technologies and marginalization in African market economies, part of the OII's Society and the Internet Lecture Series. Laura Mann 28 Feb 2012
21 20 Years of Multi-Partyism in Kenya (African Studies Seminar) A roundtable discussion examining the current state of Kenyan politics, twenty years after it changed to a multi-party state. David Anderson, Nic Cheeseman, Gabrielle Lynch, Leigh Gardner 25 Jan 2011
22 The Chinese Economy: Myths and Realities Professor Lawrence J Lau delivers the inaugural Mok Hing-YUI Lecture, Oxford China Centre, St Hugh's College, Universiy of Oxford. Lawrence J Lau 16 Aug 2010
23 Creative Commons Bank bonuses, breakups and regulation In the first podcast of 2010, the experts discuss bank bonuses, proposed break-ups and tighter regulation of the banking and financial sectors. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 28 Jan 2010
24 Creative Commons Bank bonuses, breakups and regulation In the first podcast of 2010, the experts discuss bank bonuses, proposed break-ups and tighter regulation of the banking and financial sectors. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 28 Jan 2010
25 Creative Commons Bank bonuses, breakups and regulation In the first podcast of 2010, the experts discuss bank bonuses, proposed break-ups and tighter regulation of the banking and financial sectors. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 28 Jan 2010
26 The crisis of global capitalism: towards a new economic culture? Manuel Castells draws on arguments from his book Communication Power in discussing the structural causes and implications of the 2008 economic crisis, and in claiming that we are moving, without much understanding, towards a new form of global capitalism. Manuel Castells 09 Nov 2009
27 Creative Commons Challenging Macroeconomics In part 6, our experts examine new models for monetary and fiscal policy, global financial markets and a world economy characterised by global imbalances. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 11 Aug 2009
28 Creative Commons Challenging Macroeconomics In part 6, our experts examine new models for monetary and fiscal policy, global financial markets and a world economy characterised by global imbalances. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 11 Aug 2009
29 Creative Commons Challenging Macroeconomics In part 6, our experts examine new models for monetary and fiscal policy, global financial markets and a world economy characterised by global imbalances. Linda Yueh, Jonathan Michie, Martin Slater 11 Aug 2009
30 David Willetts on Investment in Sciences at Universities David Willetts MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Universities and Skills, visited the University of Oxford on Thursday 18 June. Here he discusses the importance of investment in the sciences at universities, particularly during an economic downturn. David Willetts 13 Jul 2009
31 Interview with the Vice Chancellor, Dr John Hood Dr John Hood talks about the impact of the global recession on universities and how they themselves will contribute to the solution. He also presents his vision for the future of higher education. John Hood, Denis Noble 26 May 2009
32 Obama's First 100 Days Orla De Burca interviews Desmond King, Andrew Mellon Professor of American Government, on Barack Obama’s first 100 days as President; discussing Obama’s plans to recover America’s Economy and the success so far of his foreign and domestic plans. Desmond King, Orla De Burca 06 May 2009
33 Gordon Brown: Science and our Economic Future UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers the 2009 Romanes Lecture, arguing that investment in science and the next generation of scientists is key to the UK's future competitiveness. Gordon Brown 27 Feb 2009
34 New economic powers: China Introduction to the BRICs and China's political economy - lecture given by Dr Yueh. Linda Yueh 09 Sep 2008
35 Stiglitz on Credit Crunch - Global Financial Debacle: Meeting the Challenges of Global Governance in the 21st Century The global financial crisis reflects a failure of global economic governance. The failure of America's regulatory system has not only ramifications for the American economy, but for the global economy. Joseph Stiglitz 10 Jun 2008