Blog Single

12 Set

Conferência de Abertura do Doutoramento em Economia Política

16 de Setembro de 2019 | 17h00
Aud Afonso de Barros @ISCTE-IUL

Entrada livre


Oradores

Ben Fine
SOAS – University of London
Political Economy fit for purpose for the Phd Programme

Ana Costa
DINÂMIA’CET-IUL | ISCTE-IUL
A Phd in Political Economy for the Portuguese Economy and Beyond



Nota Biográfica dos Oradores
 

Ben Fine

Ben Fine is Professor of Economics at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. I have (co)authored or edited over thirty books and published over 250 articles covering a wide range of economic theory, economic and social policy, development economics, political economy and the history of economic thought, with a strong intellectual commitment to interdisciplinarity. Different books were awarded the Gunnar Myrdal and Deutscher Prizes in 2009. My SOAS area of speciality is South Africa. I served as a founding member of the Social Science Research Committee of the UK’s Food Standards Agency and chaired the Working Group on Reform of Slaughterhouse Controls. I was an expert witness at the Sizewell B Nuclear Power Inquiry, and served as one of four international expert advisors on President Mandela’s 1995/96 South African Labour Market Commission. I was Research Editor at the Industry and Employment Branch of the Greater London Council, and have advised UNDP, UNRISD, UNDESA, UNCTAD, Oxfam and other progressive organisations including trade unions and civil society organisations. I am Chair of the International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy, IIPPE, iippe.org
Fonte
 


Ana Costa


Ana Costa is professor at ISCTE – Lisbon University Institute (Political Economy Department of the School of Social Sciences) and researcher at DINAMIA’CET (Research Centre for Socioeconomic Change and the Territory). She graduated in Economics and concluded a Master in Development and International Cooperation at ISEG and a PhD in Economics at ISCTE. She is subdirector of DINÂMIA’CET. She is also member of the Observatory about Crisis and Alternatives (Centre for Social Studies – University of Coimbra), in collaboration with the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
Fonte

Leave A Comment