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1 Histories of Emergence Ravinder Kaur (Associate Professor of Modern South Asian Studies, Copenhagen) gives a lecture on history and public policy. Ravinder Kaur 29 Sep 2019
2 Wrap up and reflection part 2 Patricia Clavin (Professor of International History, Oxford) gives a lecture on history and public policy. Patricia Clavin 29 Sep 2019
3 Wrap up reflection part 1 Jeremy Adelman (Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, Princeton) gives a lecture on history and public policy. Jeremy Adelman 29 Sep 2019
4 Strange Legacies of Divergence:  The Chinese Gold Mining Diaspora 1850-1910 Mae Ngai (Lung Family Professor of Asian American Studies and Professor of History, Columbia) gives a lecture on ‘Strange Legacies of Divergence:  The Chinese Gold Mining Diaspora 1850-1910’. Mae Ngai 29 Sep 2019
5 Divisions of Labour: the Household and the Economy Peter Hill (Northumbria) gives a lecture on ‘Divisions of Labour: the Household and the Economy’. Peter Hill 29 Sep 2019
6 Household, Wage Labour and Capitalist Transformations in 20th Century Africa Andreas Eckert (Professor of African History, Humboldt-University Berlin) gives a lecture on ‘Household, Wage Labour and Capitalist Transformations in 20th Century Africa’. Andreas Eckert 29 Sep 2019
7 China and the West: Many Great Divergences Joel Mokyr (Robert H. Strotz Professor of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern) gives a lecture on ‘China and the West: Many Great Divergences’. Joel Mokyr 29 Sep 2019
8 Silk and Innovation in Pre-modern China and Europe Dagmar Schafer (Director, Max Planck Institute) and Giorgio Riello (Professor of Early Modern Global History, EUI) give a lecture on ‘Silk and Innovation in Pre-modern China and Europe’. Dagmar Schafer, Giorgio Riello 29 Sep 2019
9 Cosmographical Foundations for the Promotion of Embryo Sciences and Proto- technologies in Pre-industrial Europe and Late Imperial China Patrick O’Brien (Professor of Economic History in the Department of Economic History, LSE) gives a lecture on ‘Cosmographical Foundations for the Promotion of Embryo Sciences and Proto- technologies in Pre-industrial Europe and Late Imperial China’. Patrick O’Brien 29 Sep 2019
10 The Great Intellectual Divergence: Alexander Hamilton and the Global Origins of Environmental Investmentality Eli Cook (Assistant Professor of American History, Haifa) gives a lecture on ‘The Great Intellectual Divergence: Alexander Hamilton and the Global Origins of Environmental Investmentality’. Eli Cook 28 Sep 2019
11 The Great Acceleration in Asia: Beyond 'Coal and North America' Kaoru Sugihara (Specially Appointed Professor at the Research Institute for Humanities and Nature, Kyoto) gives a lecture on ‘The Great Acceleration in Asia: Beyond 'Coal and North America'’. Kaoru Sugihara 28 Sep 2019
12 Asia and the Great Divergence Bishnu Gupta (Professor of Economics, Warwick) gives a lecture on ‘Asia and the Great Divergence’. Bishnu Gupta 28 Sep 2019
13 Water and the Economic History of India Tirthankar Roy (Professor in Economic History, Department of Economic History, LSE) gives a lecture on ‘Water and the Economic History of India’. Tirthankar Roy 28 Sep 2019
14 Industry in the Global South, 1840s-1940s: Unfinished Business William Clarence-Smith (Emeritus Professor of History, SOAS) gives a lecture on ‘Industry in the Global South, 1840s-1940s: Unfinished Business’. William Clarence-Smith 28 Sep 2019
15 Did the Little Divergence within Europe and America contribute to the Great Divergence? Leandro Prados de la Escosura (Professor of Economic History, Carlos III University, Madrid) gives a lecture on ‘Did the Little Divergence within Europe and America contribute to the Great Divergence?’ Leandro Prados de la Escosura 28 Sep 2019
16 The Limits of Reciprocal Comparisons: Money and Trade Finance in the Early Modern Period Alejandra Irigoin (Associate Professor in the Department of Economic History, LSE) gives a lecture on ‘The Limits of Reciprocal Comparisons: Money and The Early Modern Period’. Alejandra Irigoin 28 Sep 2019
17 The World Historical in China’s Twentieth Century: Perspectives on Modernity, Globalization and Globality Rebecca Karl (Professor of History, NYU) gives a lecture on ‘The World Historical in China’s Twentieth Century: Perspectives on Modernity, Globalization and Globality’. Rebecca Karl 28 Sep 2019
18 The Spaces In Between: What is Global about the History of Capitalism? Andrew Edwards (Career Development Fellow for the Global History of Capitalism project, Oxford) gives a lecture on ‘The Spaces in Between: What is Global about the History of Capitalism?’ Andrew Edwards 28 Sep 2019
19 Creative Commons New economic and moral foundations for the Anthropocene Prof Beinhocker will argue that by changing the ideologies, narratives, and memes that govern our economic system, we can create the political space required to rapidly transform to a sustainable and just economic system. Eric Beinhocker 24 Jun 2019
20 Creative Commons The future of the corporation, economy and society Professor Sir Paul Collier and Professor Colin Mayer CBE will share the latest thinking and research into the future of capitalism and the corporation to understand how business might be changed to make it work better for society. Colin Mayer, Paul Collier 19 Jun 2019
21 Taylor Lecture 2019: Yanis Varoufakis Realistic Utopias versus Dystopic Realities: Reflections on writing about an alternative economic present. Yanis Varoufakis 20 Feb 2019
22 Managing People, Money and 'Corporate Culture' Dr Ralph Walters gives the 2018 Bynum Tudor lecture. Ralph Walters 20 Nov 2018
23 Creative Commons New frameworks for measuring performance International evaluation expert Dr Michael Quinn Patton and OIIP Programme Director Gayle Peterson will discuss best practice and new frameworks for evaluating and measuring performance when investing in solutions to complex, systemic problems. Michael Quinn Patton 18 Oct 2016
24 Tackling Climate Change and Slavery Larry Kramer, President of the Hewlett Foundation and Monique Villa, CEO of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, discuss how their organisations are addressing some of the world's most complex 'wicked' problems. Larry Kramer, Monique Villa, Peter Tufano 27 Jul 2016
25 Saving the media. Capitalism, crowdfunding, and democracy Julia Cage, assistant professor of economics, Sciences Po Paris, Department of Economics, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Julia Cage 01 Jun 2016
26 What is Philanthropy? And why does it matter in the 21st Century? A talk by Professor Zoltan Acs at the Oxford Centre for the Study of Philanthropy, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. Stephen Barclay, Zoltan Acs 06 Oct 2015
27 Creative Commons Capital failure - restoring trust in the financial system Professor David Vines gives a talk onthe financial system. David Vines 17 Feb 2015
28 Other Worlding A talk given by Peter Hitchcock from the OCCT strand "Intercultural Literary Practises." Peter Hitchcock, Katrin Kohl, Mohamed-Salah Omri, Jane Hiddleston 14 Nov 2014
29 Creative Commons (In)formal Economies, Economies of Favour: The End of Transition? Dr John Round, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, University of Birmingham and Higher School of Economics, Moscow and Dr Nicolette Makovicky, Departmental Lecturer in Russian and East European Studies give a talk for the FLJS Series John Round, Nicolette Makovicky 25 Mar 2014
30 Creative Commons The Challenge of Adjudicating Social Democratic Values in a Capitalist Society Judge Dhaya Pillay, Judge of the High Court in Pietermaritzburg and Durban Dhaya Pillay 26 Feb 2014
31 Behind Marx's "hidden abode": toward an expanded conception of capitalism Nancy Fraser, Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor of Political and Social Science and Department Chair at The New School Nancy Fraser 05 Feb 2014
32 Creative Commons 2nd St Cross Seminar TT13: Ethics In Finance: A New Financial Theory For A Post-Financialized World The lecture describes why financial theory and teaching has ignored ethics, viewing moral values as irrelevant. We trace the reason for the neglect of ethics back to assumptions made by Modern Finance Theory, the en courant theory in finance. Dr Kara Tan Bhala 06 Jun 2013
33 Creative Commons From Attlee to Miliband: Can Labour and Unions Face the Future? This year's University College Clement Attlee Memorial Lecture will be given by Frances O'Grady, General Secretary of the TUC. Frances O'Grady 30 Apr 2013
34 Lessons for banking reform Professor Sir John Vickers, Warden All Souls College, gives a workshop on Economic thought looking at banking reform. Sir John Vickers 10 Nov 2012
35 Creative Commons Introduction to Ethics: Judgment, Motivation, Action Paula Boddington gives a talk introducing the concept of ethics in business as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Paula Boddington 27 May 2010
36 Creative Commons In Defense of Business Ethics - Said Business School Centre for Corporate Reputation Roger Crisp gives a talk on business ethics as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Roger Crisp 27 May 2010
37 Creative Commons In Defense of Business Ethics - Said Business School Centre for Corporate Reputation Roger Crisp gives a talk on business ethics as part of the Said Business School's Seminar - The ethics of reputation and the reputation of ethics: oxymoron or research subject? Roger Crisp 27 May 2010
38 Detective Fictions: In Pursuit of Sovereignty in the Postcolony Professor Jean Comaroff gives the 2008 African Studies Annual Lecture on the situation in South Africa, the rise of crime and violence as well as the rise private security companies and belief in the supernatural forces of witchcraft. Jean Comaroff 05 May 2009