The international seminar “BRICs and emerging economies” of INALCO-CREE, in collaboration with the EHESS-FMSH, the University of Paris – Global Research Institute of Paris (GRIP), and the University Paris-Saclay, is dedicated since 2011 to the study of the economic transformations in emerging contexts.

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The international seminar “BRICs and emerging economies” of INALCO-CREE, in collaboration with the EHESS-FMSH, the University of Paris – Global Research Institute of Paris (GRIP), and the University Paris-Saclay, is dedicated since 2011 to the study of the economic transformations in emerging contexts. With the rising of the BRICS and emerging countries in international trade, we are gradually witnessing a shift in the world´s center of gravity. However, behind their apparent homogeneity which, is more normative than observed, these countries are heterogeneous in their socio-economic regime, differentiated in their trajectory, or even diverse in the South-North and South-South relations in which they are part. Welcoming international researchers and students interested in the contemporary transformations of these economies in Asia, Latin America, or Africa, this bi-monthly seminar offers a place conducive to the intersection of different fields and comparative approaches of the emerging countries’ development trajectory.

Seminar organisers

Julien Vercueil, INALCO – CREE

Guilhem Fabre, Montpelier III University – IRIEC

Jean-Paul Maréchal, Paris Sud University – CIE

Xavier Richet, Sorbonne Nouvelle University – ICEE

Michel Schiray, CNRS – CRBC

Thibaud Deguilhem, University of Paris – LADYSS

Session 23th June 2021 - 18h
 
Speakers :
Michel AGLIETTA, CEPII et Paris X
 
Title : The political ecology of international monetary relations 
 
Hybrid proposal, 
Face-to-face: Maison de la Recherche de INALCO, 2 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris, Auditorium
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Session 30th June 2021-18h
Speaker: Robert BOYER, Institut des Amériques, EHESS, Centre Cournot.
 
Title : Post-covid-19 development patterns: analysis and proposals
 
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