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Renminbi Internationalisation and Emerging Geographies of International Monetary Power

Two-day workshop brings together world-leading scholars of Geography and International Political Economy with the aim of establishing a new interdisciplinary research trajectory for the study of the international monetary order.
When Sep 18, 2017 09:00 AM to
Sep 19, 2017 05:15 PM
Where Cambridge, UK
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Renminbi Internationalisation and Emerging Geographies of International Monetary Power – co-organised by Dr Jeremy Green, POLIS and CRP Research Fellow, and Professor Julian Gruin, University of Amsterdam. Funding application in process; Prof. Gruin is supported by an ESRC grant. 

A two-day workshop at Cambridge will bring together world-leading scholars of Geography and International Political Economy with the aim of establishing a new interdisciplinary research trajectory for the study of the international monetary order. The project will help contribute to the following goals:
•    Foster international connections required to develop and promote a long-term research project on the topic of the international monetary order, with a special focus on China and East Asia.
•    Identify potential for research collaboration and potential academic research outputs arising from collaboration.
•    Develop a new theoretical and conceptual basis through which to understand contemporary global financial transformations.
•    Contribute to the research agenda of the Cambridge Centre for Rising Powers and enhance its international standing.
•    Enhance the profile of research on China’s political economy and international role within Cambridge and the wider global network of universities.
•    Formulate plans for a future major interdisciplinary research-grant bid on the topic of China’s role within a changing international monetary order. 

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