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We are a Dublin-based podcast from UCD's School of Politics and International Relations. Our goal is to interview scholars and policymakers on their views regarding economic governance, democratic legitimacty, and protest and politics across the European Union.

We are a Dublin-based podcast from UCD's School of Politics and International Relations. Our goal is to interview scholars and policymakers on their views regarding economic governance, democratic legitimacty, and protest and politics across the European Union.
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Ireland

Description:

We are a Dublin-based podcast from UCD's School of Politics and International Relations. Our goal is to interview scholars and policymakers on their views regarding economic governance, democratic legitimacty, and protest and politics across the European Union.

Twitter:

@UCD_DEI

Language:

English

Contact:

659612858


Episodes

7 - Pepper Culpepper: Banklash and quiet politics

11/12/2019
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In the New Political Economy of Europe's seventh podcast episode, Aidan Regan talks to Pepper Culpepper from Oxford University's Blavatnik School of Government about his 2012 book Quiet Politics and Business Power, as well the differences between instrumental and structural power and his Banklash project on public attitudes toward banks. –More about the Banklash project: https://www.bsg.ox.ac.uk/research/research-projects/banks-popular-backlash-and-post-crisis-politics-financial-regulation...

Duration:00:30:36

6 - Catherine De Vries on Euroscepticism

10/30/2019
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In our sixth episode, Catherine de Vries talks with Aidan Regan about different forms of Euroscepticism across the EU: their features, origins, and the way that radical and mainstream parties cope with or employ them. Catherine visited the UCD Jean Monnet Centre on the New Political Economy of Europe as part of our seminar series. You can check future events and speakers here: www.newpoliticaleconomyeurope.eu/events/s…arseries –You can also find additional information on her work here:...

Duration:00:40:31

5 - Daphne Halikiopoulou on the EU far right

10/15/2019
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In our fifth episode we speak with Daphne Halikiopoulou, professor of comparative politics at the University of Reading and an expert in the European far right. Does it make sense to refer to far right parties it as "populist"? Can far right leaders rely exclusively on cultural grievances in order to grow, or must they also address economic discontent? Does the distinction even make sense? What is to be done to counter their appeal? You may noticed our audio quality has improved, as we know...

Duration:00:29:46

4 - Herman Mark Schwartz: housing finance and America's European provinces

9/30/2019
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On International Podcast Day, we bring you yet another interview from across the Atlantic. In our fourth episode Aidan Regan, the director of University College Dublin's Jean Monnet Centre on the New Political Economy of Europe, talks with economic historian and University of Virginia professor Herman Mark Schwartz. Aidan and Mark discuss housing finance on either side of the Atlantic, the origins of the 2008 crisis, and how the dollar's dominance affects Europe's economic development. –You...

Duration:00:31:37