Draft programme: 10 April 2015 ISS

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Draft programme: 10 April 2015
ISS-CEDLA conference: The Political Economy of the Extractive Imperative in Latin America:
Reducing Poverty and Inequality vs. Ensuring Inclusion and Sustainability?
Venue: International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague
08:30-09:00
Registration and coffee
09:00-09:15
Welcome (Murat Arsel and Lorenzo Pellegrini)
09:15-11:00
Parallel sessions with paper presentations
Featured session on Open Access and Action-Oriented Research
(Marti Orta, Barbara Hogenboom)
11:00-11:15
Coffee
11:15-13:00
Parallel sessions with paper presentations (Duygu Avci, Chair)
Featured session with Carlos Zorrilla: When Defending your Community Becomes a
High Crime: Trials and Tribulations of Standing Up to Extractivism in Ecuador
Michiel Baud (discussant)
13:00-14:00
Lunch
14:00-15:00
Keynote by José Antonio Ocampo & discussion: The Structural and Short-term
Implications of Commodity Dependence in Latin America
Mansoob Murshed (discussant)
15:00-16:00
First panel with invited speakers & discussion (Murat Arsel, Chair)
Jean Grugel: Models of Postneoliberal Citizenship in Latin America
Eduardo Silva: Patagonia without Dams! Wider Implications of a David vs. Goliath
Campaign
Cris Kay (discussant)
16:00-16:15
Coffee
16:15-17:15
Second panel with invited speakers & discussion (Lorenzo Pellegrini, Chair)
Rob Vos: Natural Resource Abundance: Curse or Cure? Inequality and the
Macroeconomic Management of NR Induced Cycles
Alfredo Saad Filho: Brazil: From Commodity Boom to Political Disaster
Rolph van der Hoeven (discussant)
17:15-18:00
Plenary discussion with all invited speakers
Wrapping up (Barbara Hogenboom)
18:00-19:00
Drinks
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