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New Visiting Fellow at SPERI

We are pleased to welcome John Mikler as Visiting Fellow at SPERI for the month of July. John is Associate Professor at the University of Sydney. His research interests are primarily focused on the role of transnational economic actors, particularly multinational corporations, and the interaction between them and states, international organisations and civil society. He takes a comparative institutionalist perspective … Continue reading

11 July 2016 by
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Why did nobody see ‘it’ coming? And what is ‘it’?

Andy Hindmoor

Systemic risk was the real culprit in the 2008 financial crisis and, with banks continuing to borrow huge amounts, the dangers are still there Why did nobody see it coming? Queen Elizabeth famously asked this question when visiting the London School of Economics in 2008. Along with Allan McConnell at the University of Sydney, I’ve been thinking about the best … Continue reading

10 December 2013 by
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