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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Has American democracy outstripped its institutional foundations? Principles without traction in 21st century governance Winant Lecture in American Government Stephen Skowronek 26 Feb 2019
2 Between knowledge and power: Understanding how international organisations see migration Antoine Pécoud (University of Paris 13) critically analyses the reports produced by international organisations on migration, shedding light on the way these actors frame migration and develop their recommendations on how it should be governed Antoine Pécoud 11 Nov 2016
3 UK Drought governance arrangements Dr Christina Cook talks about the governance research taking place in the MaRIUS project. Christina Cook 29 Jan 2016
4 European security and defence: a personal account from Latvia’s perspective President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, renowned politician, diplomat, and former President of Latvia (1999-2007), talks autobiographically about her life and career. Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga 19 Jun 2015
5 Creative Commons FMR 49 - Governance questions for the international community The Nansen Initiative has highlighted significant questions about how the international community should collectively think about displacement and mobility issues relating to natural disasters and climate change, and how to improve the governance thereof. Alexander Betts 18 Jun 2015
6 The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism Rob Kitchin discusses how cities are being instrumented with digital devices and infrastructure that produce ‘big data’. Rob Kitchin 03 Mar 2014
7 The Real-Time City? Big Data and Smart Urbanism Rob Kitchin discusses how cities are being instrumented with digital devices and infrastructure that produce ‘big data’. Rob Kitchin 03 Mar 2014
8 Creative Commons You can't solve problems by breaking the net Every problem we experience will have some intersection with the Internet, and will invite the same solution we’ve gotten in the fights over obscenity and copyright infringement: can’t you just break the Internet a little, so that it fixes my problem? Cory Doctorow 17 Jan 2014
9 Creative Commons Survival migration: failed governance and the crisis of displacement Public Seminar Series, Michaelmas term 2013. Seminar by Dr Alexander Betts (University of Oxford) recorded on 16 October 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Alexander Betts 25 Oct 2013
10 Creative Commons FMR 36 The role of governance and research Forced migration is not new to DRC but its extent and its consequences are still shocking. Good governance and research must play a stronger role if life is to improve for the citizens of DRC. Bernard Mumpasi Lututala 08 Apr 2013
11 Creative Commons Pandemics - Can we eliminate major worldwide epidemics? Larry Brilliant, President of the Skoll Global Threats Fund, gives a talk for the Oxford Martin School. Larry Brilliant 06 Nov 2012
12 Creative Commons The Politics of Ethnicity in Ethiopia: Actors, Power and Mobilisation under Ethnic Federalism Louise Aalen, Bergen University, gives a talk for the African Studies Seminar Series on 2nd February 2012. Louise Aalen 06 Feb 2012
13 Creative Commons Transformations of the State: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Professor Saskia Sassen delivers the keynote speech of the 'Transformations of the State: Interdisciplinary Perspectives' conference held by the Anglo-German State of the State Fellowship Programme on 21st May 2011. Saskia Sassen 05 Jan 2012
14 Creative Commons Complementary Knowledges: the Therapeutic and Legal Governance of Memory at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Peter Manning, PhD candidate in Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research seminar series. Peter Manning 21 Jun 2011
15 Fiscal Policy in an Emerging Market Economy Former Chilean Minister of Finance and Fellow of the Center for International Development at Harvard, Andres Velasco, delivered a lecture on the subject 'Fiscal policy in natural resource intensive countries: some theory and the experience of Chile.'. Andrés Velasco 10 May 2011
16 Local Dispute Management in Morocco and Its Transnational Environment Bertram Turner, Max Planck Institute, Germany, gives a talk on Local Dispute Management in Morocco and Its Transnational Environment for the Extra-Legal Governance Institute. Bertram Turner 16 Feb 2011
17 The Dynamics of over-the-counter Derivatives Regulation: Bridging the Public-Private Divide Daniel Awrey Faculty of Law University of Oxford, gives a talk on The Dynamics of over-the-counter Derivatives Regulation: Bridging the Public-Private Divide for the Extra-Legal Governance Institute. Daniel Awrey 09 Feb 2011
18 Closing Remarks Angus Hawkins closes the conference. Angus Hawkins 09 Feb 2011
19 Creative Commons Panel discussion: tackling corruption in the context of international development Second of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Tricia Feeney. Tricia Feeney, Phil Mason, Laurence Cockcroft, Christine Cheng 28 Jan 2011
20 Creative Commons Corporate responses to anti-bribery laws Elizabeth David-Barrett, Centre for Corporate Reputation, Saïd Business School, Oxford University, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Elizabeth David-Barrett 28 Jan 2011
21 Creative Commons Selling the peace? Problems of corruption in peace building Dominik Zaum, Reading University School of Politics and International Relations, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Dominik Zaum 28 Jan 2011
22 Creative Commons Weak governance, development and corruption Paul Collier, Oxford University Economics Department, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Paul Collier 28 Jan 2011
23 Creative Commons Panel discussion: judicial approaches to tackling corruption First of two panel discussions at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chaired by Jeremy Carver, Transparency International. Jeremy Carver, Ian Trumper, Andrew Feinstein, Colin Nicholls 28 Jan 2011
24 Creative Commons Do civil settlements deter bribe-paying? Ian Trumper, FTI Forensic Accounting, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Ian Trumper 28 Jan 2011
25 Creative Commons Global corruption status report Chandrashekhar Krishnan, Transparency International UK, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Chandrashekhar Krishnan 28 Jan 2011
26 Creative Commons The Bribery Act (2010): implications for business Baron Falconer of Thoroton, Opposition Spokesperson for Justice, formerly Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs, speaks at the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, Kellogg College, 13 January 2011. Baron Falconer 28 Jan 2011
27 Creative Commons Welcome and opening remarks Introduction to the first Oxford Anti-Corruption Conference, 13 January 2011, by Jonathan Michie, President of Kellogg College. Jonathan Michie 28 Jan 2011
28 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
29 Creative Commons Development as an Alien Culture: the purposes of governance in South Africa Dr Jonny Steinberg gives the 2010 Africa Studies Centre Annual lecture held on 11th June 2010, Nissan Lecture Theatre, St Antony's College, Oxford University. Jonny Steinberg 26 Jul 2010
30 Those Golden Eggs Come From Somewhere: Internet Regulation at a Crossroads A discussion of how largely well-intentioned political and legal reactions to the highest-profile risks of ICT creates a danger of perhaps killing the goose that is giving us golden eggs of innovation, decentralization, and personal empowerment. Michael Froomkin 08 Mar 2010
31 Net Neutrality on the Internet: A Two-sided Market Analysis A discussion of net neutrality regulation in the context of a two-sided market model. Nicholas Economides 08 Mar 2010
32 Creative Commons Globalisation and the Financial Crisis - Summary Final part of the podcast series, summarising what was discussed in the series, including what globalisation is, what caused the current financial crisis, what it means for developing countries and what can governments do to ensure it doesn't happen again Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
33 Creative Commons What does the Financial Crisis mean for Developing Countries? Where does the credit crunch leave developing countries? In this podcast, Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward and Jeni Wharton discuss the impact of the current financial crisis on the developing world and the G20's responsibility towards developing countries. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
34 Creative Commons Credit Crunch Global recession why/when/what? Ngaire Woods, Jeni Wharton and Christina Ward discuss why institutions are pushing toward greater financial regulations in order to prevent another global recession. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
35 Creative Commons History of Key Institutions IMF/World Bank/G8/G20 - What Why When? Ngaire Woods, Jeni Whalen and Christina Ward discuss some of the key institutions and groups who are responding to the financial crisis. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
36 Creative Commons Global Governance and Regulation - why? In this podcast, Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward and Jeni Whalen discuss the causes of the current recession and asks why governments, financial regulators and banks failed to act responsibly and how we can act now to prevent the next financial crisis. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
37 Creative Commons Globalisation and the effect on economies Second part of the Globalisation and the financial crisis series. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward and Jeni Whalen discuss what Globalisation is and how governments around the world have adapted to it. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
38 Creative Commons Introduction to globalisation and the current financial crisis Ngaire Woods introduces the podcast series on globalisation and is place in the current financial crisis - outlining some of the questions they will be discussing. Ngaire Woods, Christina Ward, Jeni Whalen 17 Dec 2009
39 National Broadband Policies: Perspectives from the US and Britain Robert Hahn discusses his recent paper responding to the US Federal Communications Commission's request for guidance in designing a national US broadband plan. Robert Hahn 13 Nov 2009
40 Negotiation and the Global Information Economy JP Singh discusses the role played by diplomacy and negotiations in economic globalization, exploring possibilities for transformational problem-solving through multilateral diplomacy, allowing an adjustment of positions so that mutual gains will result. JP Singh 03 Jul 2009
41 Regulating Technologies Roger Brownsword argues that the legal community should be concerned to contribute to debates about the implications and regulation of rapidly developing and converging technologies (eg ICTs, biotech / nanotech). Roger Brownsword 08 May 2009
42 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