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Hierarchies of Development

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The Hierarchies of Development podcast offers long format interviews focusing on enduring global inequalities. Conversations focus on contemporary research projects by critical scholars and help us understand how and why structural hierarchies persist. Join hosts Ingrid Kvangraven (KCL) and Basile Boulay (EADI) for this series of discussions on pressing issues in the social sciences. This podcast is a joint production between King’s College London, the European Association for Development Research and Training Institutes and the Developing Economics blog, with editing support from Jonas Bauhof
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In this episode, we are joined by Maria Eugenia Giraudo (Durham University) to discuss the political economy of soy in Latin America, the Argentinean national agrarian imaginary, and soy trade relationship between Latin American countries and China. 
Join us to listen to Ndongo Samba Sylla (Rosa Luxembourg Foundation, Dakar, Senegal) talking about the political economy of monetary dependency, the colonial legacy of the Franc-CFA, the intellectual heritage of Samir Amin and more!
We speak to Karina Patricio Ferreira Lima (University of Leeds, UK) about hierarchies in money and finance. Join us for this exciting episode to hear about core-periphery dynamics of inflation, the role of the International Monetary Fund in assessing debt sustainability, and much more!
We speak to Asanda Benya (University of Cape Town, South Africa) and Ben Radley (University of Bath, UK) and discuss the political economy of mining in South Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, as well as their research experience. Join us to learn more about the evolution of the mining sector, working conditions inside the mines, policy recommendations and much more. The Hierarchies of Development podcast offers long format interviews focusing on enduring global inequalities. Conversations focus on contemporary research projects by critical scholars from across the world that help us understand how and why structural hierarchies persist. Join hosts Ingrid Kvangraven (King’s College, London) and Basile Boulay (EADI) for this series of engaging discussions on pressing issues in the social sciences. This podcast is a joint production between King’s College, London, the European Association for Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) and the Developing Economics blog, with special editing support from Jonas Bauhof.
Global value chains have become crucial for economic development, both at national and international scales. Join us to hear Pamela Mondliwa (Special adviser on economic policy to the minister of finance, South Africa) and Intan Suwandi (Illinois State University, USA) to learn about production and value chains in South Africa and Indonesia, the big debates about global value chains’ role in development, and how the notion of power is important for understanding possibilities and constraints. The Hierarchies of Development podcast offers long format interviews focusing on enduring global inequalities. Conversations focus on contemporary research projects by critical scholars from across the world that help us understand how and why structural hierarchies persist. Join hosts Ingrid Kvangraven (King’s College, London) and Basile Boulay (EADI) for this series of engaging discussions on pressing issues in the social sciences. This podcast is a joint production between King’s College, London, the European Association for Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) and the Developing Economics blog, with special editing support from Jonas Bauhof.
We speak to Rosa Abraham (Azim Premji University, India) and Lucia Pradella (King’s College, London, UK) about their respective work on the Indian labour market and the political economy of work in the Mediterranean region. Join us to reflect on some key contemporary issues surrounding work and migration, including the role of gender and imperialism. The Hierarchies of Development podcast offers long format interviews focusing on enduring global inequalities. Conversations focus on contemporary research projects by critical scholars from across the world that help us understand how and why structural hierarchies persist. Join hosts Ingrid Kvangraven (King’s College, London) and Basile Boulay (EADI) for this series of engaging discussions on pressing issues in the social sciences. This podcast is a joint production between King’s College, London, the European Association for Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) and the Developing Economics blog, with special editing support from Jonas Bauhof.
We speak to Tejal Kanitkar (National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bangalore, India) and Leon Sealey-Huggins (University of Warwick, UK) about climate change and environmental hierarchies. Join us to learn more about the COP26, the racialised dimension of climate change, the issues around the concept of sustainability, and much more. The Hierarchies of Development podcast offers long format interviews focusing on enduring global inequalities. Conversations focus on contemporary research projects by critical scholars from across the world that help us understand how and why structural hierarchies persist. Join hosts Ingrid Kvangraven (King’s College, London) and Basile Boulay (EADI) for this series of engaging discussions on pressing issues in the social sciences. This podcast is a joint production between King’s College, London, the European Association for Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI) and the Developing Economics blog, with special editing support from Jonas Bauhof.
In this last episode of season 2, our guest is Itishree Pattnaik (Gujarat Institute of Development Research, India). Join us to hear about feminisation of agriculture in India, cross-state comparisons between Gujarat and West Bengal as well as ways forward to make the work of women in agriculture more visible.
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