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Workshop: A Retrospective on the Work of Susan Strange

Princeton University
January 10-11, 2014

Organizers: Randall Germain (Carleton University) and Helen V. Milner (Princeton University)

Conference to be held in Wallace Hall, Room 300
Conference is by invitation only.

Conference Program

Friday, January 10

12:30-2:00 PM

Welcome & Lunch: Randall Germain and Helen Milner

2:15-5:00 PM

Session 1: Structures and Structural Power in the Global Political Economy

Chair: Helen V. Milner (Princeton University)

Strange Bedfellows? Bankers, Business(men) and Bureaucrats in Global Financial Governance
A. Claire Cutler


The Political Economy of Global Transformation: Susan Strange, E.H. Carr and the Dynamics of Structural Change

Randall Germain


Strange Power: Investment Flows and Structural Power in the Global Economy

Herman Schwartz


Reception and Dinner
Prospect House, Library Room on first floor

Saturday, January 11

8:00-9:00 AM

Continental Breakfast


Session II: Crisis and Change in the Political Economy of Money and Finance

Chair: Craig N. Murphy

Money, Power, and Crisis
Benjamin J. Cohen


Still an Extraordinary Power After All These Years: the US and the Global Financial Crisis of 2008

Eric Helleiner


This is Not a Financial Crisis

Ronen Palan

12:00-1:45 PM


2:00-4:00 PM

Session III: Reflections: Susan Strange and the Modern Discipline of IPE

Chair: Randall Germain

The Westfailure System 15 Years On
Craig N. Murphy


Ahead of Her Time? Reflections on Susan Strange’s Contributions to Contemporary Political Economy

Susan K. Sell

4:00-4:30 PM

Wrap-up Session: Final Comments and Publication Plans

Additional material

Strange Moves Beyond the Core: To the Rescue of the State -Market Nexus for the Emerging World
Diana Tussie

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