Tuesday, April 4, 2017 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Johnson Center, Room A, 3rd floor
The Political Economy of Development Series consists of four events (lectures and related workshops).
They are open to undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.
Lunch will be provided. RSVP if possible (but not required).
DEVELOPMENT UNDER AUTHORITARIAN RULE
This lecture examines the character and strategies of economic
development in authoritarian regimes. It emphasizes state- business
relations and the combination of neoliberal prescriptions, class, and
institutions of authoritarian control.
Lecture: Tuesday February 21, 12 PM, Johnson Center A (3rd floor)
Workshop: Tuesday February 28, 12 PM, Johnson Center A (3rd floor)
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OIL
This lecture addresses the intricacies and intersections of oil,
authoritarian rule, and regional/international relations in the
Arabian Peninsula. The focus will be on the structures of oil
economies and implications thereof.
Lecture: Tuesday April 4, 12 PM, Johnson Center B (3rd floor)
Workshop: Tuesday April 11, 12 PM. Johnson Center B (3rd floor)