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How to Conceptualise Financialisation in Developing and Emerging Economies? 

Cambridge Political Economy Society are holding a workshop on "How to Conceptualise Financialisation in Developing and Emerging Economies?" on the 13th and 14th of December 2018 at Girton College, University of Cambridge. See the full programme on the CPES website.

Event Date - Thursday 13th December 2018 - Friday 14th December 2018

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An Evening of Lectures on Indian Development 

Cambridge-INET are hosting two Lectures delivered by Lord Nicholas Stern, Himanshu and Bina Agarwal, with closing remarks by Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta on Tuesday 13th November between 5.00pm - 7.30 pm in The Bateman Room, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge.

Event Date - Tuesday 13th November 2018

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UN Committee for Development Policy 

Dr. Ha-Joon Chang has been appointed as a member of the Committee for Development Policy of the United Nations Economic and Social Council from 1st January 2019 to 31st December 2021. The CDP advises the Council on a wide range of emerging economic, social and environmental issues

Published on - Tuesday 25th September 2018

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Workshop on Firms in Development 

Cambridge INET and St John's College will be holding a Workshop on Firms in Development on 11th - 12th June 2018 in the Lightfoot Room, St John's College, Cambridge. Please register your interest.

Published on - Monday 26th March 2018

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Partha and Aisha Dasgupta in Conversation 

How Many People Can Earth Support In Comfort? Partha Dasgupta and Aisha Dasgupta spoke at an 'in conversation' event organised by Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Scholarships and Leadership Programme in Oxford. You can read about the event and watch a video of their conversation on the Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust website.

Published on - Friday 15th December 2017

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