Palestra “Financialization and Comparative Capitalism: a Research Outlook for Brazil’s State-permeated Economy”

Grupo de Estudos Comparados em Sociologia Econômica
Palestra no âmbito do Projeto ” Determinantes institucionais da
processo de inovação industrial no Brasil e lições da experiência
alemã”
“Financialization and Comparative Capitalism: a Research
Outlook for Brazil’s State-permeated Economy”
Data: 27 de setembro
Horário: 14h
Local: Sala Roberto Cardoso no CEPPAC no Multiuso II da UnB

Dr. Christian May
Doutorado em Ciência Política pela Universidade de Bremen, onde promoveu a
economia política cultural do Brasil, Índia e China. No Outono de 2009, foi Visitante no
Centro de Pesquisa em Economia Política Cultural da Universidade de Lancaster, no
Reino Unido. Em 2014, foi professor visitante na Universidade de Amsterdam.
Christian May ensina Economia Política Internacional na Goethe University em
Frankfurt desde 2010.

Dr. Daniel Mertens
Doutor em Ciência Política pela Universidade de Colônia com foco em economia
política, financeira e teoria institucional. “A crise financeira do Estado no capitalismo
da era atual”. Foi pesquisador visitante na Northwestern University. Completou seus
estudos de ciência política, jurisprudência e administração de empresas na Universidade
de Bona e na Universidade de Leeds (Reino Unido) com uma tese sobre a
transformação das relações de trabalho no Capitalismo renano.

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Próximas Reuniões do Grupo de Estudos Comparados de Sociologia Econômica

Dia 30 de março às 19h30

“Expansão cíclica da economia brasileira, um resgate da abordagem de demanda derivada de Wallich”

 
Expositor: Prof. Dr. Luiz Guilherme de Oliveira (CEPPAC)

Economista. Pós doutorado École des Hautes Études en Science Sociales (EHESS, Paris/França), 2015. Pós doutorado Columbia University – School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA, Nova Iorque/EUA), 2011. Doutor em Política Científica e Tecnológica (DPCT/Unicamp), 2005. Mestre em Economia (PUC/SP), 1998. Professor Associado da Universidade de Brasília (UnB). Professor Visitante na Columbia University – SIPA (School of International and Public Affairs) – Cátedra Ruth Cardoso NYC/EUA, 2012. Pesquisador do Centro de Estudos Avançados de Governo e Administração Pública (CEAG-UnB). Foi bolsista da Fapesp, Capes, CNPq e Comissão Fulbright.

Dia 11 de abril às 19h30

 

“Movimentos sociais na construção social de mercado: uma análise comparada entre Brasil e o Equador”
 
Expositora: Doutoranda Ivette Tatiana Castilla Carrascal
Doutoranda do Programa de Pós-Graduação sobre as Américas, CEPPAC na Universidade de Brasilia (UnB), Mestre em Sociologia pela Universidade de Brasilia (2011). Especialização em Desenvolvimento Local e Regional pela Universidad de los Andes (2007) na Colômbia, e Graduação em Engenheria Industrial pela Universidad de Santander (UDES) em 2005. Atualmente pesquisadora visitante no Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies sob orientação do Professor Jens Beckert.
Dia 27 de abril às 19h30
“Bancos de financiamento de longo prazo e disputa entre ortodoxos e heterodoxos na construção do desenvolvimentismo: uma abordagem do institucionalismo discursivo”

Expositor: Doutorando Paulo Roberto dos Reis Marques

Doutorando em Ciências Sociais no Pós-Graduação sobre as Américas, CEPPAC na Universidade de Brasilia (UnB), Mestre em Saúde Pública pela Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (2003). e analista de Ciência e Tecnologia da Fundação Oswaldo Cruz.

 

Creation of the State and Institutions Think Tank (RAESTI)

State and Institutions Think Tank
The State and Institutions Think Tank (Portuguese acronym RAESTI) represents a network of faculty, fellows, and researchers towards a better understanding of the ongoing challenges in development and institutional changes. Conexão Sociologia Econômica collaborates with this recently created Think Tank.

http://www.giei.ndsr.org/ (site under construction)

A Rede de Altos Estudos em Estado e Instituições (RAESTI), formada pela união de esforços de vários centros interdisciplinares da Universidade de Brasília e parceiros externos, apresenta-se como uma rede de professores, convidados e pesquisadores voltados a propor soluções aos desafios das agendas de desenvolvimento frente às mudanças institucionais.

Paper Presentation for the next meeting in June – “A comparative analysis from the press industry in the BRICs”

A INDÚSTRIA JORNALÍSTICA NOS BRICS

Um ensaio comparativo

Carlos Alves Müller (*)

 Resumo

 A partir de uma abordagem de Variedade de Capitalismo (Varieties of Capitalism), o presente trabalho analisa a evolução da indústria jornalística nos países que constituem os BRICS (Brasil, Rússia, Índia, China e África do Sul).  Embora exista convergência em vários aspectos na economia política destes países, a análise da indústria jornalística revela que as diferenças observadas indicam a existência de configurações institucionais substancialmente diversas entre estes países, coerentes com variedades distintas de capitalismo.

Call for paper, regional SASE meeting in Porto Alegre

Abstract:

a) The deadline for submitting proposals: June 30, 2015

b) Acceptance notifications will be sent by July 30, 2015.

c) The abstract shall contain

Objectives,
Methodology,
Main findings,
References,
Name, email and academic status of all authors,
Abstracts must remain under 500 words,
Papers must be submitted in English, Spanish or Portuguese,
The languages used in the meeting for the presentation of the research will be English, Spanish or Portuguese

d) You must select your Research Network

e) Send proposals to: 2rise.ufrgs.portoalegre@gmail.com

For questions and abstract submissions (before 30, June 2015), please write to: 2rise.ufrgs.portoalegre@gmail.com

More information regarding fees, events, and more on http://www.sase.org

The acceptance of the abstract by the Scientific Committee is the prerequisite for presenting your communication to the II RISE. It will not be necessary to submit the full paper.

Networks:

1 – The State of the Art in Socio-­‐Economic Studies

2 – Development and Varieties of Capitalism: Comparing Experiences

3 – Democracy, Citizenship and Social Movements

4 – Macroeconomics, Financial Systems and Prudential Regulation

5 – Culture, Development and Creative Economy

6 – Employment, Well-­‐Being, Inequality and Social Policies

7 – Sustainable Development, Territory and Environment

8 – Industry and International Trade: How to Cope with Deindustrialization and Regressive Specialisation

9 – Globalization, International Relations and Regional Integration

10 – Ibero-­‐America and Emerging Countries
https://sase.org/2015-porto-alegre/sase/porto-alegre-regional-meeting_fr_218.html?utm_source=SASE+Spring+Newsletter+2015&utm_campaign=SASE+Fall+Newsletter+2014&utm_medium=email

Second WINIR Conference

While economic development depends on investment and technology, it is now widely accepted that appropriate political, legal, economic and other social institutions have also to be in place. But there is less agreement on what those institutions (broadly defined as systems of established social rules) may be, especially at different stages of the process of economic development. There are also ongoing debates about whether globalization is leading to institutional convergence, or whether national institutional diversity can be maintained.

The Second WINIR Conference, organized with the assistance of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), will bring together leading scholars from multiple disciplines and theoretical approaches to help develop the ongoing conversation about these and other vital institutional issues.

The conference will be held in the Hotel Windsor Atlantica, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It will start on the afternoon of 10 September and end on the evening of 12 September with a gala dinner. There will be an optional tour on 13 September.

Keynotes lectures, representing three academic disciplines, will be given by:

Ricardo Crespo (Austral University, philosophy)
Dani Rodrik (Princeton University, economics)
Viviana Zelizer (Princeton University, sociology)

The conference will also feature a round table with:
Leonardo Burlamaqui (UERJ), Benjamin Coriat (Paris-North), Peter Evans (Berkeley), Mariana Mazzucato (Sussex)
Abstract submissions from any discipline (300 words max.) are welcome. All abstracts must be explicitly about institutions (or organisations) and/or institutional thought.

Submissions will be evaluated by the WINIR Scientific Quality Committee, currently comprising: Peter Boettke (George Mason University, economics), Simon Deakin (University of Cambridge, law), Geoff Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire, economics), Timur Kuran (Duke University, economics), Uskali Mäki (University of Helsinki, philosophy), Katharina Pistor (Columbia University, law), Sven Steinmo (European University Institute, politics), Wolfgang Streeck (Max Planck Institute Cologne, sociology).

All conference participants must be members of WINIR.

Please note the following important dates (updated 13 January 2015):

22 Feb 2015 Abstract submission deadline 31 May 2015 Early registration & booking deadline
18 Mar 2015
Notification of acceptance 31 July 2015
Registration & booking deadline
20 Mar 2015
Registration & room bookings open 1 Aug 2015 Non-registered authors removed from programme

The WINIR 2015 organising subcommittee includes: Ana Célia Castro (castro.anacelia@gmail.com), David Dequech (ddequech@gmail.com), Francesca Gagliardi (f.gagliardi@herts.ac.uk), David Gindis (d.gindis@herts.ac.uk) and Geoff Hodgson (g.m.hodgson@herts.ac.uk).

http://winir.org/?page=events&side=winir_2015

Working the Market

Volume 15, Number 1|November 2013
Editors
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier and Pierre François,
Centre de sociologie des organisations, CNRS-Sciences Po, Paris
Book Review Editor
Mark Lutter, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Editorial Board
Patrik Aspers, Uppsala University
Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
Johan Heilbron, Centre de Sociologie Européenne, Paris
Richard Swedberg, Cornell University, Ithaca

Paper presentation in the meeting in May – Diverse and competing logics in the institutionalization of CSR in mining multinationals: Evidence from a subsidiary of a Brazilian mining multinational in Canada

Diverse and competing logics in the institutionalization of CSR in mining multinationals: Evidence from a subsidiary of a Brazilian mining multinational in Canada

Annie Lamontagne and Moises Balestro

This paper discusses the influence of competing logics of action on corporate social responsibility (CSR) within multinational corporations (MNCs) and the tensions that may result from differences in institutional settings in MNCs’ home and host countries. It asserts that whereas the institutional framework of the host country plays a major role in the regulatory and distributive spheres, the spheres of discretionary spending and soft policy are primarily shaped by the MNCs themselves through self-regulation, as well as being oriented by multinational institutions. It scrutinizes how guidelines from headquarters trigger institutional changes within units in both the home and host countries. This research takes as a case study Vale, a mining MNC headquartered in Brazil, and its Canadian subsidiary.

Date: May 13

Time: 7.30 pm

Venue: CEPPAC