Featured Panels & Speakers

Thursday, 2 July 2015

12:00 PM-1:00 PM


FP-01
Featured Panel - The Rich and Inequality
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Andrew Sayer, University of Lancaster; Mike Savage, LSE; Tom Clark, The Guardian
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University


FP-02
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "The Emergence of Organizations and Markets" by John F. Padgett & Walter W. Powell (Princeton Univ Press 2012)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Marion Fourcade, UC Berkeley
Book Author: Woody Powell, Stanford University
Critics: Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; Nitsan Chorev, Brown University; Michael Reed, Cardiff Business School; Andrew Schrank, Brown University

2:15 PM-3:45 PM


FP-03
Featured Panel - Measuring Institutions: Issues and New Perspectives
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitšt Berlin; Andrew Schrank, Brown University; Mathias Siems, Durham University; Stefan Voigt, Hamburg University; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD
Session Organizers: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitšt Berlin; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD
Moderators: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitšt Berlin; Michael A. Witt, INSEAD

4:00 PM-5:30 PM


FP-04
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "Private Equity at Work - When Wall Street Manages Main Street" by Eileen Appelbaum & Rosemary Batt (Russell Sage 2014)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Moderator: David Marsden, London School of Economics
Book Authors: Eileen Appelbaum, Center for Economic and Policy Research; Rosemary Batt, Cornell University
Critics: Julie Froud, University of Manchester; Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University; Geoffrey Wood, Warwick University

Friday, 3 July 2015

10:15 AM-11:45 AM


FP-05
Featured Panel - Author Meets Critics: "The Cultivation of Taste- Chefs and the Organization of Fine Dining" by Christel Lane (OUP 2014)
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizer: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Moderator: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University
Book Author: Christel Lane, University of Cambridge
Critics: Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Pierre FranÁois, Sciences-Po; Woody Powell, Stanford University; Richard Whitley, University of Manchester


FP-06
SER: Meet the Editors
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitšt Berlin; Bruno Amable, Universitť Paris I Panthťon - Sorbonne; Nina Bandelj, University of California, Irvine; David Rueda, Oxford University
Session Organizer: Gregory Jackson, Freie Universitšt Berlin

12:00 PM-1:00 PM


FP-07
Featured Speaker Mariana Mazzucato (University of Sussex) - Innovation and Inequality: A Different Interpretation
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics


FP-08
Featured Speaker Nancy DiTomaso (Rutgers University) - Race and Politics in the U.S.: The American Non-Dilemma
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics


FP-09
Featured Speaker Stephen Machin (University College London) - What Do We Know about the Causes of Growing Wage Inequality?
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics

5:45 PM-6:45 PM


FP-10
Featured Panel - Does Capitalism Have a Future?
Featured Panels & Speakers

Discussants: Craig Calhoun, LSE; Amitai Etzioni, GW University; Wolfgang Streeck, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies; Polly Toynbee, The Guardian
Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics
Moderator: Amitai Etzioni, GW University

Saturday, 4 July 2015

12:00 PM-1:00 PM


FP-11
Featured Speaker Colin Crouch (University of Warwick) - Inegalitarian Capitalism and the Threat to Democracy
Featured Panels & Speakers

Session Organizers: Glenn Morgan, Cardiff University; David Marsden, London School of Economics