Transformations of Contemporary Capitalism:<br />
Actors, Institutions, Processes

Transformations of Contemporary Capitalism:
Actors, Institutions, Processes

SASE 23rd Annual Conference
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
June 23-25, 2011

Featured Speakers/Panels

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Madrid Featured Speakers: An Overview

With Spain's economic crisis constantly in the headlines and just a few days after new economic and employment reforms were passed in the capital, the auditorium was packed for a presentation by Valeriano Gomez, Spain's Minister of Employment. Luciano Coutinho, President of the Brazilian National Development Bank delivered an address on risks and opportunities faced by banks in different economies. Jens Beckert, Director of the Max Planck Institute in Cologne delivered a presentation on markets and imagination. Karen Knorr-Cetina, of the University of Chicago, reflected the history of technology in the financial world, while Maria Angeles Duran of the Spanish Scientific Research Council in Madrid discussed unpaid work in the global economy. Finally, political scientist Charles Sabel, of Columbia University, argued for what he called a modestly optimistic view of the new welfare state.

Read featured speakers' papers:

> Luciano Coutinho - Healing compulsive vices of contemporary financial capitalism: preventive regulation, public banks and macroprudential policy

> Jens Beckert - Imagined Futures. Fictionality in Economic Action

> Maria Angeles Duran - Unpaid Work in Global Economy

> Charles Sabel - The Enabling Welfare State: Bringing Organization Back In

 


Featured Panels

1. In Search of a New Welfare State

Anton Hemerijck (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Rory O'Donnell (National Economic and Social Council, Ireland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po Paris)
Charles Sabel (Columbia Law School)
John Stephens (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
Margaret Weir - Chair (University of California-Berkeley)

 

2. New Forms of Industrial Policy in Emerging Economies

Gary Herrigel (University of Chicago)
Gerry McDermott (Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina)
Paola Perez-Aleman (McGill University)
Eric Thun (Saïd Business School, Oxford University)


3. Transnational Governance in the Global Economy

David Levi-Faur (Hebrew University, Jerusalem/Free University, Berlin)
Sigrid Quack (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne)
Charles Sabel (Columbia Law School, New York)
Frans van Waarden (University of Utrecht)
Jonathan Zeitlin (University of Amsterdam)


4. Author Meets Critics: Peer Hull Kristensen and Kari Lilja (eds), Nordic Capitalisms and Globalization: New Forms of Economic Organization and Welfare Institutions (Oxford University Press, 2011)

Anton Hemerijck (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
Gary Herrigel (University of Chicago)
Rory O'Donnell (National Economic and Social Council, Ireland)
Bruno Palier (Sciences Po Paris)
John Stephens (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)
Peer Hull Kristensen (Copenhagen Business School)
Kari Lilja (Helsinki School of Economics)


5. Author Meets Critics: Gary Herrigel, Manufacturing Possibilities: Creative Action and Industrial Recomposition in the United States, Germany, and Japan (Oxford University Press, 2010)

Chris Ansell (University of California-Berkeley)
Peer Hull Kristensen (Copenhagen Business School)
Mari Sako (Saïd Business School, Oxford University)
Richard Locke (MIT)
Gary Herrigel (University of Chicago)

 

6. Author Meets Critics: Christopher Ansell, Pragmatist Democracy: Evolutionary Learning as Public Philosophy (2011)

Gerald Berk (University of Oregon)
Sigrid Quack (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne)
Marc Schneiberg (Reed College/Queens College)
Christoph Deutschmann (University of Tübingen)
Chris Ansell (University of California-Berkeley)


7. Governance of Uncertainty and Sustainability in Labour and Social Policy

Axel van den Bergh, “Beyond Flexicurity: GUSTO’s Aims and Research Programme“ Antonio Martin Ardiles, Axel van den Berg, Giuglielmo Meardi, Oscar Molina, “Labour Market Uncertainty and Migration Policy” Noel Whiteside, “Uncertainty, Sustainability and the Governance of Funded Pensions” Dorothee Bohle, Maarten Keune, Paul Marginson “The Role of Collective Bargaining in Managing Labour Market Uncertainty in the Crisis”

Note: This is a conventional panel, not a roundtable. All co-authors are expecting to attend, but there will be only one presenter per paper.

 

8. Knowledge and Social Change

Jerald Hage, “Knowledge and Social Change: A New Paradigm for Socio-Economics”

Discussants:
Axel van den Berg
1-2 additional discussants to be confirmed


9. Migration in Times of Crisis

Chairs: Michael Piore (MIT), Santos Ruesga (Universidad Autonoma di Madrid)

Joaquín Arango (Universidad Complutense di Madrid)
Erica Dobbs (MIT)
Clemente Ruiz Duran (Universidad Autonoma di Mexico)
Natasha Iskander (Wagner School of Public Policy, New York University)
Anna Terrón i Cusí (Vice-Minister of Labor for Immigration, Spanish Government)