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In recent ‘proof of concept’ publications, Professor Susan Sell traced the effects of macroeconomic structural change to social outcomes focused on health. Her work showed how intellectual property (IP) protection and financialisation have shaped access to Universal Health Care; unequal disease burdens; and COVID-19 responses.
This work has been of great interest to a diverse range of audiences and Professor Sell has been invited to share her work at important events:
As an invited speaker at ‘The international economic order: Old and new,’ UN Conference on Trade and Development, Young Scholars Initiative, Summer training and mentoring program for post-graduates from the Global South (230 students). Geneva, Switzerland. August 2, 2021.
As a featured guest at the podcast, ‘COVID-19, IP protection, and the rights to vaccines,’ ‘Cooperadio,’ Centre for Global Cooperation Research, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. May 21, 2021.
Webinar, ‘IP monopoly capitalism,’ Society for International Development, Rome, Italy. May 19, 2021.
Keynote speaker at “Asia’s global business in the new era,” College of Business, Rikkyo University, Tokyo, and the VJSS Institute, Foreign Trade University, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Lecture and dialogue with civil society organisations and politicians, ‘What COVID-19 reveals about 21st century capitalism’, Centres for Learning Health Systems and Medical Sciences (Korea University), School of Public Health (Seoul National University), and Knowledge Commune, Seoul, Korea. March 10, 2021.
Professor Sell was a Visiting Scholar at the Mortara Center at Georgetown University from August to December 2021.