A Cultural/Cultureal Political Economy Perspective on Crises of Crisis Management: the Limits of Governance

Source: http://dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/schools-and-departments/leicester-business-school/politics-and-public-policy/news/2014/world-renowned-political-expert-to-deliver-annual-lecture.aspx

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An internationally-acknowledged expert on state theory and political economy will be sharing his fascinating insights at a public lecture being delivered at De Montfort University next month.

Professor Bob Jessop, described as “one of the most outstanding and influential contemporary exponents of state theory”, is delivering the Department of Politics and Public Policy‘s second annual lecture at DMU’s Hugh Aston building on Wednesday, February 26 from 4.30pm to 6pm.

Prof Jessop, distinguished professor of sociology at Lancaster University, has been teaching political sociology, historical sociology, state theory and political economy since 1975. He has published several acclaimed works on state theory. His interests include complexity theory, cultural studies, geography, international political economy and systems theory.

His lecture is entitled: “A Cultural/Cultureal Political Economy Perspective on Crises of Crisis Management: the Limits of Governance”.

To book your free place, email Suzanne Walker on swalker@dmu.ac.uk or call 0116 257 7780.

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