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ECOINT advances an innovative approach to the study of the struggles over economic ideas that have fashioned the paths of globalization. It shifts our focus from international economic thought as an unanchored field of ideas, to ‘international economic thinking’, generated in and through institutional sites distinctive to the 20th century: intergovernmental organisations and associated international non-governmental organisations. It asks: Where do we find international globalization thinking? Who were international economic thinkers? How did they shape the course of globalization? What does it mean that many of them were women? What does this history tell us about the paths taken or missed by globalization?
Dr Elizabeth Banks
Dr Guilherme Sampaio
Dr Johanna Gautier Morin
Dr Sabine Selchow
ECOINT FELLOWS & ASSOCIATES
Dr Katja Heath
Katja Heath is an ECOINT Associate.
Dr Troy Vettese
Troy Vettese is an ECOINT Fellow. He is environmental historian and Max Weber post-doctoral fellow at the European University Institute. His research interests include energy history, environmental economics, and animal studies. For ECOINT, he will focus on the histories of neoliberal theorists, including Elinor Ostrom, Deirdre McClosky, and Veronica Wedgewood.
PhD candidate, Global Studies Institute (GSI), Université de Genève, Switzerland
PhD candidate, Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland
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