Waltraud Schelkle's Publications
Waltraud Schelkle, Associate Professor in Political Economy, had three papers published in the month of February: Mabbett, D., & Schelkle, W. (2019). Independent or lonely? Central banking in crisis. Review of International Political Economy (online). ISSN 0969-2290.
Schelkle, W. (2019). EU Pension policy and financialisation: purpose without power?, Journal of European Public Policy, 1-18.
Schelkle, W. (2019). Integration and Disintegration: Two-level games in the EU. In D. Bailey & C. Hay (Eds.), Diverging Capitalisms, Brexit and the new EU economic governance. Houndmills: Palgrave, pp.125-147.
Waltraud is happy to send the publications to anybody interested.
19 February Anthony Teasdale, Visiting Senior Fellow, will speak in a seminar on 'Global Trends to 2030: The challenges and choices for Europe and the United States', hosted by the President of Columbia University on in New York City.
21-22 February Lorenzo Codogno, Visiting Professor in Practice, will speak at the University of Buckingham's Eurozone Conference 2019 (21-22 February).
28 February Philippe Legrain, Visiting Senior Fellow, will be speaking at the Delphi Economic Forum on Growth and Inequalities in Europe After the Crisis between 28 February and 3 March.
2 March Denisa Kostovicova, Associate Professor in Global Politics, and Ivor Sokolić, Research Officer, will participate in the LSE Festival event "Art and Conflict".
5 March Waltraud Schelkle, Associate Professor in Political Economy, has been invited to give a presentation on the reform of the euro area in the 'Conversations on the Future of Europe' at the European University Institute (EUI).
7 March Nicholas Barr, Professor in Public Economics, will be giving a keynote lecture on‘Strategies to increase retirement savings’ at an International Seminar: Options for creating sustainable pension systems in emerging markets, organised by the OECD, New Delhi.
13 March Richard Bronk, Visiting Fellow, will speak at the University of Graz in Austria on ‘Uncertain futures and the role of imagination and narratives in economics’.
26 March Nicholas Barr, Professor in Public Economics, will be on a panel discussing ‘How should pension liabilities be valued? Risk aversion and demographic uncertainty’, The Royal Society, London.
29 March Nicholas Barr, Professor in Public Economics, will be giving a lecture on‘The pension system in the new era’ at a Symposium on democracy, governance and inclusive growth organised by the RAP Foundation, London.