We are very excited to announce that the 14th Australian International Political Economy Network (AIPEN) workshop will be held at the Australian National University on February 7-9, 2024.
Sponsored by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, the ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), and the Department of International Relations, the organising themes will broadly (but not exclusively) pertain to “Political Economy in an Age of Crises: Rethinking Power, Practice, and Regulatory Purpose.” Over the past quarter century, crises have been the rule, rather than the exception, posing challenges for regulators across “fast moving” discrete events like the Asian Financial Crises, the Global Financial Crisis, the COVID pandemic and “slow moving” or existential concerns for climate change, global health, and new technologies spanning social media through the rise of artificial intelligence.
Engaging these concerns, the workshop panels and roundtable sessions will address specific theoretical and policy debates over power, practices and the purposes which shape regulatory initiatives. In this light, we would welcome paper presentations on panels covering a broad range of IPE concerns; roundtable discussions, and other fora.
Organisers: Jarrett Blaustein, Sarah Logan, Maxfield Peterson, Susan Sell, Wesley Widmaier
Date: 7-9 February 2024
Location: Hedley Bull Building, HC Coombs Extension Building
Abstracts, panels and roundtable submissions of 250 words and contact address details should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 November 2023.
Registration and further details of the event will follow.