Workshop, The European spaces of regulation and capital accumulation at the age of global disturbances
English Workshop, The European spaces of regulation and capital accumulation at the age of global disturbances, Multidisciplinary and comparative perspectives
In a period when the global economy is characterized by an unprecedented level of commodities and capital flows, regional and supranational integration tendencies but also by a persistent uneven development and geopolitical tensions, scholars from various fields of social sciences have increasingly turned their attention to the questions relative to space and institutions. Today the linkages between the institutionalization of social space and socio-economic dynamics return to the international front stage with all their destabilizing power – beyond the current epidemic crisis and the Recovery plan for Europe, suffice it to think of Brexit, the Juncker Plan, trade wars between great powers and the revival of military tensions. The goal of this workshop is precisely to problematize the manifold links, tensions and contradictions that appear between the general logic of accumulation of capital, its uneven socio-economic, institutional and cultural unfolding, and spatial transformations. Hence it pursues a resolutely multidisciplinary agenda and is directed towards all researchers seeking to better understand contemporary international political economy.
- Angela Wigger (Radboud University)
- Joachim Becker (University of Vienna)
- Hans-Jürgen Bieling (University of Tübingen)
- Thomas Lamarche (University Paris 7)
- Benjamin Bürbaumer (Sorbonne Paris Nord University)
- Ana Podvšič (University of Graz)
Un projet de recherche qui bénéficie du soutien de la MSH Paris Nord dans le cadre de son appel à projets.