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The Shifting Relationship between Postwar Capitalism and Democracy

February 25, 2021 - 18:30
Peter A. Hall, Harvard University, US
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Our Experts
Raffaella A. Del Sarto

Associate Professor of Middle East Studies
Professor Del Sarto focuses on the nexus between international relations and domestic politics in the Middle East, often in relation to the European Union, questions of borders and interdependence, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Mark Gilbert

Professor of History and International Studies
Professor Gilbert is a political historian. He writes on the contemporary history of Western European democracies and European integration. He teaches Peace and War and the Instability and Political Change in Consolidated Democracies.
Nina Hall

Assistant Professor of International Relations
Professor Hall’s core areas of expertise are: international organizations, transnational advocacy, climate adaptation, and global refugee governance. She also works with a global network of digital activists and writes on their distinctive mode of campaigning.
Erik Jones

Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy
Director of European and Eurasian Studies
Director, Master of Arts in Global Risk
Professor Jones teaches on topics in international and comparative political economy focusing on Europe and the transatlantic relationship. His research also covers European monetary integration, macroeconomic governance and the European response to the global economic and financial crisis.
Erika Meucci

Lecturer in Mathematics
Academic and Faculty Liaison
Professor Meucci’s area of expertise include statistical methods for business & economics and math for risk assessment.
Michael G. Plummer

Director, SAIS Europe
Eni Professor of International Economics
Professor Plummer is a leading expert on trans-Pacific economic relationships and on Asian economic development. His research centers on international integration and cooperation and his teaches courses on microeconomic risk and international trade.
Andrea Presbitero

Vera and Stefano Zamagni Professor
Associate Professor of Economics
Professor Presbitero’s research focuses on financial intermediation, banking, development finance, and sovereign debt. Before SAIS he was the Senior Economist of the IMF Research Department’s Macro-Financial Division.

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