Crisis and change at the geoeconomic frontier
This is the third event in the series Mobile bodies, travelling theories: Öresund / Gibraltar. This series is organised by William Kutz in collaboration with Centre for Oresund Region Studies and Think Tanger.
What economic strategies and techniques to public authorities employ to enhance the circulation of people and capital throughout borderzones? How are these activities materiallyand symbolically legitimated in the territory? How does cross-border cooperation seek mitigate against geo-economic different forms of regional instability and vulnerability? What effects do such strategies have on region-building efforts and residents themselves?
Christer Persson, City of Malmö: "A region in trouble? Öresund 20 years after the bridge"
William Kutz, Université de Paris-Cité: "Local geoeconomics: efforts to re-border Spanish market power in North Africa"
Kristian Olesen, Aalborg University
James W. Scott, University of Eastern Finland
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Read more about the series here: Mobile bodies, travelling theories: Öresund / Gibraltar.