Paper 0 - Lent 2017
Is the best industrial policy none at all? Kiryl Zach, Ph.D. candidate in Development Studies
Re-examining China's 'Currency Manipulation':
Beyond the 'Economism': the social studies of finance Seung Woo Kim, Ph.D. candidate in History
Seung Woo Kim (Ph.D student in History) presents an account of finance beyond neoclassical conceptions, looking at how non-economic factors such as political ambitions, cultural assumptions and ideological orientations construct economic reality.
This lecture was recorded on 7th February 2017 at Sidgwick Site, University of Cambridge.
Keynes... return of the master?
Optimisation is too optimistic:
Banks or Markets? Explaining varieties of financial systems Anne Henow, Ph.D. candidate in Development Studies
So 'neoliberalism' is 'evil': now what? Albert Park, Ph.D. candidate in Development Studies
Towards the ontologization of economics Eliran Bar-el, Ph.D. candidate in Sociology