Mobility Inequality: what do the long-term data actually show?
This research examines the key questions of “who migrates internationally and where do they go?”
China's regulatory pathway to green finance
This presentation focuses on China’s approach to financial regulation and asks how its system of decision-making might create regulatory pathways to green finance.
Political economy through the quantum: uncertainty, entanglement, and superposition
This lecture explores the links between quantum mechanics and political economy, revealing how concepts like uncertainty, entanglement, and superposition can apply to financial markets and Keynesian economics.
"Office" as civic virtue: the crisis of American democracy, November 3, 2020 - January 6, 2021
If Donald Trump had succeeded in overturning the 2020 Presidential election, American democracy would have suffered gravely destabilizing injury. What prevented this dangerous debacle was the seemingly mundane institution of office.
Unpacking advocacy strategies for impact in the commercial determinants of health
In this presentation Dr Belinda Townsend presents findings from two large scale narrative reviews of advocacy strategies in the commercial determinants of health