This paper session will take place on:
Tuesday, 28 September 2021, from 16:00 to 19:30 (UTC+2).
This session will be chaired by Gabriele Spilker. She is Professor of Empirical Research Methods at the Department of Political Science and Sociology of the University of Salzburg. Her main research interests are the consequences of climate change for migration and conflict as well as in the area of international political economy and international cooperation.
Contributors & Papers
Governing the scalar politics of accommodation: Global production and national regulation in the case of the Kenyan and Indian off-grid solar market.
Discussant: Steven Knauss
Steven Knauss (et al.):
Ecologically unequal exchange and uneven development patterns along global value chains.
Discussant: Matthias Galan
Blockchains and Global Value Chains: Can technology make them more sustainable? The examples of coffee and minerals.
Discussant: Felix Maile et al.
Aleksandra Wojewska, Felix Maile et al.:
Price Setting of Strategic Minerals for the Socio-Ecological Transformation: Global Value Chains, the London Metal Exchange and Price Reporting Agencies.
Discussant: Bernhard Tröster
Each research paper will have a time slot of approximately 40 minutes:
10 to 15 minutes presentation of the paper
up to 5 minutes co-presentation by one of the participants
20 to 25 minutes discussion