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David Karas
Poliko
Poliko is a platform for the dissemination of exciting new theoretical and empirical research in political economy. It focuses on the interactions between political and economic institutions, ideas and behaviors but isn't limited to any particular discipline, methodology or theoretical tradition. This is a space to open up and share those longer academic discussions which usually take place around a dinner table.
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Recent Episodes
In today’s episode, we examine the interdependence between urban displacements, surplus populations and surplus capital in Susanne Soederberg’s recent book “Urban Displacements. Governing Surplus and Survival in Global Capitalism” published in late 2020 with Routledge.  We explore the links...
Published 06/29/21
Today I am joined with Thomas Marois from the School of Oriental and African Studies to discuss the backdrop to his latest book  "Public Banks. Decarbonisation, Definancialisation and Democratisation" which is coming out with Cambridge University Press in May 2021. Critical social scientists have...
Published 06/02/21
Pritish Behuria from the University of Manchester has a long expertise in studying industrial policy and comparative developmental trajectories in Sub-Saharan Africa. In today’s episode, we first talk about the broader context of a supposedly post-neoliberal developmental framework where...
Published 05/20/21
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