Webinars of the week - 18 January - Webinars are slowly coming back from the holidays. Not much in the US, though. My favourite session this week will be Annelise Dodds', the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, former lecturer at King's and author of "Comparative Public Policy", at LSE on Thursday.
Webinars of the week - 14 December - The selection of this week brings discussions on cyber risk, ESG, trade between the UK, China and Latam, one wrap-up lecture with professor Mazzucato and another one with Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz.
Webinars of the week - 7 December - The highlight of this week is a 3-day conference at Stanford about business power and democracy. There will be crucial discussions on the impact of corporations on public policies.
Webinars of the week - 30 November Interesting webinars on central banks, government effectiveness, defense and trade. Also, some explanations on the Biden administration.
Webinars of the week - 23 November I've selected some webinars on financial risk (Deloitte and LSE), defence (King's, Stanford, Atlantic Council), lobbying (UCL) and the environmental policy under the Biden administration (Harvard). I wish you all a productive week.
Webinars of the week - 16 November Great webinars on the global order, Brexit, trade, monetary and fiscal policy.
Webinars of the week - 9 November After the US elections, there are some webinars assessing the outcomes. There is also FT's Global Boardroom with interesting panels, Brexit, 5G in Brazil and the role of parliaments and much more.
Webinars of the week - 2 November It is the US election week. I've selected some Latin American webinars, and I would not miss Cairney's presentation if you are a public policy enthusiast!
This is a week with some interesting webinars on the role of banks and central banks, lobbying and advocacy, corruption and a 2-day conference at Oxford on political theory.
This week we selected a series of events at King's College London related to Africa, and many others on the financial policies, trade and regulatory matters. I would highlight a book discussion on financial business power and multi-level regulation on Monday. One of the authors is Dr Scott James, my supervisor at King's and a leading researcher on lobbying and political economy.