The Longer I’m Prime Minister: Stephen Harper & Canada
What does a summit Sherpa/personal representatives do - and why is it important?
Emerging Logics of Expulsion and Surveillance: Where Does it Leave Democracy?
Saskia Sassen is a Robert S Lynd Professor of Sociology and Co-Chair, The Committee on Global Thought, Columbia University.
Lecture is open to the Public. Please direct and enquiries to Tiffany Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Across the Isle: Opposition in Canadian Politics
The Origins of RMB Internationalization: Not Beijing, but Hong Kong
WatPEG exclusive event!
Monday October 21, 2013
University of Waterloo, Hagey Hall 341.
Working for the Federal Public Service
University of Waterloo Political Science Alumni 2005; Winner of the 2013 Arts Young Alumni Award
Global Value Chains and the Political Economy of Development in a Post-Washington Consensus World
Director, Balsillie School of International Affairs; Professor, Political Science
Herman Schwartz: University of Virginia
From (United States) financial crisis to eurocrisis: Why are American houses connected to Europe's internal imbalances?
Warren Clarke: PhD, Global Governance
Institutional Niche Building in the Financial Regulatory Governance Regime: Examining the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Financial Stability Forum (FSF)/Financial Stability Board (FSB)
A double-header book launch and panel discussion with Andrew Cooper (Waterloo) and John Kirton (University of Toronto), each authors of new books 'The Group of Twenty' (Cooper/Thakur) and 'G20 Governance for a Globalized World' (Kirton). Book raffle reception to follow!
Guest lecture: Eric Helleiner
2nd Annual graduate student conference in political science
Keynote Speaker: Grace Skogstad University of Toronto
We invite undergraduate, graduate students and faculty to attend the University of Waterloo's Graduate Student Conference in Political Science. The aim of the conference is for students to share and engage with different research interests concerning the year's theme of changes occuring in Comparative Politics and International Relations. Audience members are encouraged to pose questions and share their input with our presenters.
Chansoo Cho: Visiting Scholar, University of Waterloo; Associate Professor, Kangnam University, South Korea
Reembedded Liberalism and U.S. Foreign Economic Policy Change
Introduced by Ruggie in 1982, the notion of embedded liberalism well captured the linkage of international economic openness and “domestic social security and economic stability.”
Scott Vaughan: Commissioner for Environment and Sustainable Development
Is Environmental Protection Keeping Pace with Economic Development?
Highlights from the Commissioner for Environment and Sustainable Development’s most recent report to Parliament, on the relationship between the government’s resource development agenda and environmental safeguards.
Fulbright Research Chair in Political Development at the Balsillie School of International Affairs; Visiting Fulbright Scholar at Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI); President emeritus, World Peace Foundation
Eric Helleiner: Professor, Faculty of Arts Chair in Political Economy.
Stefano Pagliari: PhD Candidate, Fellow London School of Economics.
Malcolm Smeaton: Whitehorse Group
Security supports "Good Governance Reputation"
A “Good Governance” Reputation includes security programs that assist organizations in projecting an image of value to the public, employees, clients, vendors, shareholders, investors and other stakeholders.