Author: Philippa Millerchip

Back on the Agenda? Industrial Policy revisited Conference – July 2018

The 2018 Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society Conference was on the topic of ‘Industrial Policy’ and was held on 12-13 July 2018 at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge. After years of disrepute in several countries, Industrial Policy (IP) is

Globalisation in Crisis? The Urban and Regional Challenges of the Great Instability Conference – July 2017 –

                  A celebratory conference to mark the 10th Anniversary of Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society was held on 13-14 July 2017. (Further conference photos can be viewed HERE.) Some of

40 years of the Cambridge Journal of Economics Conference – July 2016 –

          The Cambridge Journal of Economics was first published in March 1977. The journal has been publishing papers from the full range of heterodox perspectives for four decades providing a forum for theoretical, applied, policy relevant,

Cities in Transformation: Processes, Problems and Policies Conference – July 2016

Cities in Transformation: Processes, Problems and Policies Conference This conference was run in conjunction with the Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, on 14-15 July 2016. Download the Conference PROGRAMME HERE. Further details of the project that this event was run in conjunction

The Cambridge Realist Workshop Reunion Conference – September 2015 –

This Conference marked 25 years of the Cambridge Realist Workshop. The Conference Themes were: Social Ontology & Economics The event was held at Newnham College, Cambridge 7 -9 September 2015. The conference sessions were run on a roundtable discussion basis, with audience

Divergent Cities Conference – July 2015 –

Divergent Cities? Why do cities differ in growth and performance? For the first time in human history, more than half of the world’s population now lives in cities. Geographers and economists alike point to the increasing concentration of economic activity

Sharing economies? Theories, practices and impacts

Participation in so-called ‘sharing economies’ has been reinvigorated by the enabling features of accessible, smart and mobile ICT technologies. This socio-technical enabler is working in combination with the constraining impacts of economic austerity, worker precarity and increasing awareness of resource

Call for papers: In memory of Prof Alice Amsden

Call for papers: In memory of Professor Alice Amsden.  On March 15, 2012, we lost a great intellectual, Professor Alice Amsden. The relevance of her work in development economics and development theory more broadly was built on extensive research and

Call for papers: Divergent cities? Why do cities differ in growth and performance?

CJRES call for papers: Why do cities differ in growth and performance? Read more

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