• Zoltán Ginelli

Karl Polanyi for the 21st Century


2019 Conference in Memory of Karl Polanyi

Karl Polanyi and The Future of Humankind | Budapest | 1–2 May

Organiser: Karl Polanyi Research Center for Global Social Studies

Dani Rodrik Lecture Karl Polanyi and Globalization's Wrong Turn | Vienna | 3 May

Organiser: International Karl Polanyi Society

Universal Capitalism in Decline? | Vienna | 4–5 May

Organiser: International Karl Polanyi Society

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Karl Polanyi and The Future of Humankind

Budapest

1–2 May, 2019

Venue:

Corvinus University of Budapest, Building E

Fővám tér 8, 1093 Budapest

The event is funded by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Vezetésfejlesztési Alapítvány, and Corvinus-MNB konferenciaszervezési Alapítvány.

May 1 – Wednesday

Venue: Lecture Room III

15:30–17:15 – Pre-event screening of the film Samir Amin: The organic intellectual, Z. Fall, (o.v. English-French). Discussion with the director: Professor Aziz Fall (McGill University, Canada) led by Céline Cantat (Karl Polanyi Research Center)

17:15–17:30 – Short Break

17:30–17:40 – Welcome Talks

Attila Melegh (Corvinus University of Budapest) Andreas Novy (University of Vienna) Jiri Silný (Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Prague)

Marguerite Mendell (Concordia University, Polanyi Institute)

17:40–18:30 – Opening Talk and Discussion

Kari Polanyi Levitt (McGill University, Polanyi Institute)

Chair: Marguerite Mendell (Concodria University, Polanyi Institute)

18:30–19:00 – Polanyi and Market Making in Higher Education

Susan Lee Robertson (University of Cambridge)

19:00–19:15 – Coffee Break

19:15–20:15 – Left East Roundtable Discussion: Global Work and Eastern Europe

Chair: Mariya Ivancheva (University of Liverpool, UK)

Participants:

Balázs Bábel (Vasas Szakszervezeti Szövetség) Annamária Artner (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) Tibor Meszmann (Helyzet Műhely)

May 2 – Thursday

Venue: CUB, Building E, Lecture Room III

Session 1

Chair: TBC

10:00–10:30 – Workers Councils in the 20th Century: What Can We Learn to Change the Future?

Raquel Varela (New University of Lisbon)

10:30–11:00 – Socialist Accounting and the Environment

Gareth Dale (Brunel University London)

11:00–11:20 – Discussion

11:20–11:40 – Coffee Break

Session 2

Chair: Márton Hunyadi (HAS and Karl Polanyi Research Centre)

11:40–12:00 – Karl Polanyi and the Future of Planning

László Andor (Corvinus University of Budapest)

12:00–12:30 – Global Governance and the Double Movement

Dorottya Mendly (Corvinus University of Budapest)

12:30–12:50 – Discussion

12:50–14:00 – Lunch Break

Session 3

Chair: Tania Munira (Karl Polanyi Research Centre)

14:00–14:30 – Advocating Class in Global Gender Politics: The International Activism of Trade Union Women in the Interwar Period

Susan Zimmermann (Central European University)

14:30–14:50 – Financial Capitalism and its Critique from a Polanyian Perspective

Bruno de Conti (Campinas University)

14:50–15:20 – Discussion

15:20–15:50 – Coffee break

Session 4

Chair: Michelle Crosby-Nagy (Karl Polanyi Research Centre)

15:50–16:10 – The Great Transformation of Cultural Production: Putting Polanyi to Work in a Historical Sociology of Contemporary Culture

Alexandra Kowalski (Central European University)

16:10–16:30 – Crisis and Migration Policies: The New Context in Brazil and South America

Patricia Villen Meirelles Alves (Campinas University)

16:30–16:50 – The Fear of Population Replacement and the Fictitious Exchange of Migrant Labor in Eastern Europe

Attila Melegh (Corvinus University of Budapest)

16:50–17:20 – Discussion

17:20–18:40 – Karl Polanyi and the Double Movement: Introductory Lectures and Roundtable Discussion

Chair: Zoltán Ginelli (Independent Researcher, Karl Polanyi Research Centre)

Participants:

Ilya Budraitskis (The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Russia) Mariya Ivancheva (University of Liverpool, UK) Brigitte Aulenbacher (JKU Linz, Austria, International Karl Polanyi Society)

Balázs Krémer (University of Debrecen, Hungary)

18:40–19:00 – Book launch of Raquel Valera: A People's History of the portuguese Revolution (2019, Pluto Press) with Patricia Villen Meirelles Alves and Attila Melegh

19:00–21:00 – Reception

Photo: Jonny White, Monthly Review

Universal Capitalism in Decline?

Vienna

May 3–5, 2019

May 3 – Friday

Venue: Radiokulturhaus – Argentinierstraße 30A, 1040 Vienna

14:30–16:30 – Vienna city walk: In the footsteps of Karl Polanyi (meeting point tba) (Please register specifically for this event by ticking the respective box in the online registration form)

16:30–18:30 – Break

18:30–21:00 – Karl Polanyi and Globalization’s Wrong Turn

Dani Rodrik (Harvard University, USA)

Welcome Addresses:

Maria Vassilakou (Vice-Mayor of Vienna, on behalf of Mayor Michael Ludwig)

Sigrid Stagl (Deputy Department Head of Socio-Economics at WU, on behalf of WU-Rector Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger)

Ayse Caglar (IWM & University of Vienna, Austria)

Brigitte Aulenbacher (Vice-President of IKPS & JKU Linz, Austria)

Chair: Andreas Novy (President of IKPS & WU Vienna, Austria)

Discussants:

Kari Polanyi Levitt (Honorary President of IKPS & McGill University, Canada)

Ayse Bugra (Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey)

21:00 – Drinks

May 4 – Saturday

Venue: ÖFSE (Austrian Foundation for Development Research) – Sensengasse 3, 1090 Vienna

9:00–10:30 – Plenary discussion: “Universal capitalism in decline?”

Chair: Claus Thomasberger (IKPS & Berlin University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

Michele Cangiani (Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italy) (tbc)

Maria Markantonatou (IKPS & University of the Aegean, Lesvos, Greece)

Jamie Peck (University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada)

Werner Raza (Austrian Foundation for Development Research (ÖFSE)) (tbc)

10:30–10:45 – Coffee break

10:45–13:30 – Parallel Sessions 1: Paper presentations and discussion

Track 1: Commodification, liberalization and counter movements

Track 2: Country specific experiences and institutions

Track 3: Electoral politics, authoritarianism and democracy

Track 4: Environment and ecology

Track 5: Financial markets and digital economy

Track 6: Theoretical discussions on Polanyi

13:00–13:45 – Book presentation

Christoph Deutschmann (2019): “Disembedded Markets Economic Theology and Global Capitalism” (room tba)

13.30–14.30 – Lunch break

14:30–17:30 – Parallel Sessions 2: Paper presentations and discussion

Track 1: Commodification, liberalization and counter movements

Track 2: Country specific experiences and institutions

Track 3: Electoral politics, authoritarianism and democracy

Track 4: Environment and ecology

Track 5: Financial markets and digital economy

Track 6: Theoretical discussions on Polanyi

17:00–17:45 – Book presentations

Christopher Holmes, Gareth Dale, Maria Markantonatou (2019): “Exploring the Thought of Karl Polanyi” (room tba)

Brigitte Aulenbacher, Richard Bärnthaler, Andreas Novy: Austrian Journal for Sociology (ÖZS): Special Issue on Polanyi (room tba)

17:30–18:00 – Coffee and snack break

18:00–19:30 – Plenary discussion: “’Commodity fiction’ unbroken? Commodification and countermovements”

Chair: Fabienne Décieux (JKU Linz, Austria)

Brigitte Aulenbacher (IKPS & JKU Linz, Austria)

Karin Fischer (JKU Linz, Austria) (tbc)

Gernot Grabher (HafenCity University Hamburg, Germany)

Antonino Palumbo (Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy)

Christina Plank (University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria) (tbc)

19:30 – Dinner

May 5 – Sunday

Venue: ÖFSE (Austrian Foundation for Development Research) – Sensengasse 3, 1090 Vienna

9:00–10:30 – Plenary discussion: “Commodification and the social-ecological transformation”

Chair: Enzo Mingione (Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy) (tbc)

Christian Berndt (University of Zurich, Switzerland) (tbc)

Magdalena Heuwieser (System Change not Climate Change, Austria) (tbc)

Birgit Mahnkopf (Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany)

Andreas Novy (IKPS & WU Vienna, Austria)

10:30–10:45 – Coffee break

10:45–13:00 – Parallel Sessions 3: Paper presentations and discussion

Track 1: Commodification, liberalization and counter movements

Track 2: Country specific experiences and institutions

Track 3: Electoral politics, authoritarianism and democracy

Track 4: Environment and ecology

Track 5: Financial markets and digital economy

Track 6: Theoretical discussions on Polanyi

13:00–14:00 – Lunch break

14:00–15:30 – Plenary discussion: “The Crisis of Neoliberalism and Far-Right Populism”

Chair: Ayse Caglar (IWM & University of Vienna, Austria)

Andrew Fischer (Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands)

Walter Ötsch (Cusanus University Bernkastel-Kues, Germany & JKU Linz, Austria) (tbc)

Franziska Disslbacher (Chamber of Labor Vienna, Austria)

15:45–17:15 – Plenary discussion: “Karl Polanyi for the 21st century”

Chair: Michael Brie (Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Germany)

Veronika Heimerl (IKPS & WU Vienna, Austria)

Gibin Hong (Karl Polanyi Institute Asia (KPIA)) (tbc)

Diána Szántó (Karl Polanyi Research Center for Global Social Studies at Corvinus University Budapest, Hungary)

Margie Mendell (Karl Polanyi Institute of Political Economy Montreal, Canada)

Kari Polanyi Levitt (IKPS & McGill University, Canada)

17:15–17:45 – Coffee and snack break

17:45–18:45 – General Assembly of the IKPS

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