Jean Monnet Centre for Europe in the World and IPE Research Group Conference 2016
Room 1.16, Franklin Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus, King’s College London, Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NH
THE DARK SIDE OF GLOBALIZATION
9:30-10am: Coffee, registration and welcome
10am to 11:30pm: First session: Dark issues in International migration:
Matilde Rosina (PhD candidate, KCL): 'Deterrence in international migration: a theoretical framework'
Khadija Berrada (IOM official, Tunis): “Fortress Europe: myth or reality, and for who?”
11:30-11:45am: Coffee break
11:45-1:15pm: Second session: The dark side outside Europe
Steve Rolf (PhD candidate, Bristol): “From industrial upgrading to switching crisis? Contradictions and developments in China's contemporary political economy”
Graziella Rizza (EC, Brussels): TBC
1:15-2pm: Lunch break
2pm-3:30pm: Third session: The dark side inside Europe
Vassilis Fouskas (Professor UEL): "Imperial austerity in Greece, 2010-2016"
Leila Simona Talani (Professor, KCL): “Italy and the crisis of the Eurozone: between the underground economy and irregular migration”
Chair: Roberto Roccu
3:30-3:45pm: Coffee break
3:45-5:15pm: Fourth session: Globalisation, Organised crime and corruption
Anna Sergi (Lecturer, Essex): “Ndrangheta. The Glocal Dimensions of Italy’s most powerful mafia”
Alexander Kupatadze (Lecturer, KCL): 'Organised crime as state strength in post-Soviet Eurasia.'
Chair: Leila Simona Talani