There are always interesting activities taking place at Kingston and exciting opportunities to take advantage of. Here are some examples of what you could be involved with if you study this course.
The range of events and lectures in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences enhances your studies and adds an extra perspective to your learning. Recent events include:
Past research seminars include
- 'The Giant Firm as a Model of Socialist Co-ordination' (Jalal Siddiki)
- 'The costs of internal rebalancing in the Euro area' (Engelbert Stockhammer and Dimitris Sotiropoulos)
- 'The role of ambiguity in financial crisis' (Paul Auerbach)
- 'German wages and Greek debt' (Engelbert Stockhammer)
Conferences and workshops
- An Introduction to Post Keynesian Economics and Political Economy Conference
- PERG Workshop - Europe in Crisis
- INFER workshop on 'trade, factor mobility and convergence'
Presentations by visiting speakers
- 'International migration during the lifetime of Sami Daniel: 1939–2006' (Dr Bob Sutcliffe – lecture given in memory of Sami Daniel)
- 'Trade and growth – co-integration and causality' (Dr Monica Pop-Silaghi, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania)
- 'Japanese growth and stagnation' (Professor Dr Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, US)
- 'Aggregate demand in the medium and long run' (Professor Dr Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, US)