23 March - program

Friday, 23 March             

9:30 – 11:00 Plenary session (Popper room)

"NAFTA and Governance in Mexico"

by Mark Aspinwall (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

chair: Thomas Fetzer (CEU)

11:00 – 11:20 coffee break (in front of Gellner room)  

11:20 – 13:10 PANEL SESSION VI           

Actors versus Institutions in the Politics of Capitalism (Popper room)       

Katalin Varga (CEU)
Macroprudential regulation in Southeast Asian countries

Milos Resimic (CEU)
Creative destruction or destruction by design: Embeddedness and the politics of renationalization in post-Milosevic Serbia

Dominik Brenner (CEU)
The Integration of Finance in the EU: Explaining Divergent State Preferences towards the Capital Markets Union

Chair: Thomas Fetzer (CEU)

Discussant: Mark Aspinwall (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

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International Relations (Gellner room)

Jaqueline Dufalla (CEU)
Conceptualizing challengers: How to identify and understand global state challengers in a fading unipolar world

Nassim Abi Ghanem (CEU)
Local non-State actors in Conflict Emergence: International support with Local Autonomy

Tamas Peragovics (CEU)
Ambiguity, Patience and Reluctance – Disentangling the Contemporary Great Power Discourse between China and the US

Chair: Margaryta Rymarenko (CEU)

Discussant: Youngmi Kim (University of Edinburgh)

13:10 – 14:30  lunch break (in front of Gellner room)    

14:30-15:15 POSTER SESSION (Popper, Gellner and MB 201 rooms)   

PRESENTERS:

Pedro Perfeito da Silva (CEU)
The determinants of capital controls regimes after the Bretton Woods order: a comparison between Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela

Aron Tabor (CEU)
The resurgence of American exceptionalism 

Cihan Erdost Akin (CEU)
The Politics of the Dead: Gender and the Enemy Other in Turkey

Sheranova Arzuu (Corvinus University of Budapest)
Two parallel stories:  pre-state legacies and nation-state national narratives in Central Asia 

Andrei Macsut (CEU)
Governing the Ungovernable

15:15 – 16:45 closing lecture (Popper room)

 "The Challenges of Exploring and Studying Citizens' Participation and Voice in a more (Dis)Connected World"

by Rosario Aguilar (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

chair: Andres Moles (CEU)

16:45  farewell reception (in front of Gellner room)