Content from International Political Economy (IPEG) working group
International Political Economy (IPEG)
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The main purpose of IPEG is to bring together scholars and students with an interest in IPE. It provides a forum where we can meet to discuss our work, and also seeks, when appropriate, to further the interests of this broad and growing academic community within the UK. IPEG is one of the principal working groups under the umbrella of BISA, with just over 400 members. Whilst the majority of these are British, there are many IPEG members who live and work in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and Australasia.
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News and analysis
IPEG 2022 Book Prize winner announced
Shortlist announced for 2022 IPEG book prize
Nominations open for the International Political Economy Working Group Book Prize 2022
Become an International Political Economy working group (IPEG) co-convenor
IPEG 2021 Book Prize winner announced
Call for Papers: 2022 IPEG Workshop - IPE in (Post-)Pandemic Times
Disability and neoliberalism with Dr Georgia van Toorn
Doing IPE research during COVID-19
International Political Economy Working Group 2019 Book Prize lecture
Meet the editors: Publishing in International Political Economy
Postdoctoral grants and posts for IPE researchers
International Political Economy Working Group AGM
IPEG early career event: navigating the academic job market
International Political Economy Working Group 2020 Book Prize lecture
IPEG workshop 2022: IPE in (post-)pandemic times
International Political Economy Working Group Annual Book Prize lecture: Susanne Soederberg
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