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2 · FEBRUARY · 2021

IBEI Research Webinars 2020-21: 2nd Semester (February - June)

During the course 2020-21, IBEI has organised a series of online research webinars, which normally take place every two weeks. For this second semester, we count with IBEI researchers Fulya Apaydin and Juan Carlos Triviño, as well as international speakers like Jonas Schmid (University of Oslo), Genevieve LeBaron (University of Sheffield), Mathijs van Leeuwen (Radboud University Nijmegen), Raul Pacheco-Vega (FLACSO Mexico), Federica Zardo (University of Vienna), Yvan Gastaut (EuroMedMig and University of Côte d’Azur (Nice)), Karlo Basta (University of Edinburgh), Amy Niang (University of the Witwatersrand), and Ramon Pacheco Pardo (King's College London).

8 February 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Does foreign direct investment (FDI) increase the quality of democracy? An instrumental variable analysis
Fulya Apaydin (IBEI) and Jonas Schmid (University of Oslo)
Chair: Eren Arbatli (HSE University)
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22 February 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Combatting Modern Slavery: Why Labour Governance Is Failing and What We Can Do About It
Genevieve LeBaron (University of Sheffield)
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8 March 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Mathijs van Leeuwen (Radboud University Nijmegen)
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22 March 2021 · 15:30 CET (ONLINE)

The Global Politics of Bottled Water
Raul Pacheco-Vega (FLACSO Mexico)
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12 April 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

The Geopolitics of EU Migration Instruments: The EU Trust Fund for Africa
Federica Zardo (University of Vienna)
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20 April 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Mediterranean Cities, Migrations and Cosmopolitanism: History and Memory between Global Approach and Micro History (from the 19th to the 21st centuries)
Yvan Gastaut (EuroMedMig and University of Côte d’Azur (Nice))
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26 April 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Risky Business: Private Enterprise, Social Power, and Secession Referenda
Karlo Basta (University of Edinburgh)
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10 May 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

The local reception of refugees through multilevel lens. A retrospective look at Barcelona and Madrid
Juan Carlos Triviño (IBEI)
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31 May 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

Contingency, Differentiation, and the Sovereignty Principle
Amy Niang (University of the Witwatersrand)
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7 June 2021 · 13:15 CET (ONLINE)

What Does North Korea Want?
Ramon Pacheco Pardo (King's College London)
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