|19 Jun 2013||12:30pm - 6:15pm||CRASSH, Seminar room SG1, Ground floor|
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Market Square Workshop
At the same time the communications between economists and other figures, among social scientists and humanists, emerged as a key element to guide a similar research to successful results, becoming an object of analysis itself both from a historical standpoint and from the one of an engagements in today's challenges.
Austerity, expansion and the restructuring of the political domain
A policy of austerity like the one that has been tested in the Eurozone in recent years is susceptible to be understood at different levels of analysis. A Political Economy for current times and for the our markets demands the highest level of political and economic realism achievable, in order to identify the right tools to address the main economic issues in front of us.
Politics of inequality: austerity and asymmetry between groups and countries
The issue of inequality is at the basis of the construction of alliances between social and economic groups and it helps identifying the core of the strategic behaviour by key players in a world where the roles enjoyed by advanced economies towards developing ones. Moreover, in presence of inequality and strategic asymmetries, an age of austerity demands a reconsideration of the relationship between Political Economy and economic policy.