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The Geopolitical Economy Research Group (GERG) held an international multi-disciplinary conference on ‘From the Thirty Years’ Crisis to Multipolarity: the Geopolitical Economy of the 21st Century World’ at the University of Manitoba from September 25 to 27, 2015. The conference included 138 presenters from over 30 countries.
  • Aimée Craft
    Aimée CraftDirector of Research, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
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  • Johanna Brenner
    Johanna BrennerPortland State University, Portland, USA
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  • Boris Kagarlitsky
    Boris KagarlitskyDirector of the Institute for Globalization and Social Movements Moscow
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  • Paulo Drinot
    Paulo DrinotUniversity College London, Institute of the Americas
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  • Prabhat Patnaik
    Prabhat PatnaikJawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
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  • Kari Polanyi Levitt
    Kari Polanyi LevittPolanyi Institute, Montréal, Canada
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