Professional Networks in the International Political Economy

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    Resumé

    Who writes the rules for the governance of the world economy? This paper looks beyond the usual suspects of states, NGOs and firms to attempt to map how ideas and skills travel between professional ecologies to solve long-term socioeconomic problems. The paper identifies professional networks in variety
    of science-heavy, and social science related, issue-areas and identifies how variation in network structure may shape processes of idea formation, skills transfer and policy solutions and implementation. The paper also outlines the framework for visualizing professional ecologies and how they compete and
    cooperate through a variety of novel concepts and technologies.
    The issue-areas discussed in relation to professional networks include: the creation of a viable bio-fuels industry; addressing low fertility rates in the OECD; risk weighting and regulatory segmentation in financial reform debates; and the creation of ‘human capital controls’ to prevent the poaching of skilled migrants. The paper directly contributes to the STS literature in locating how professional practices and, their work content, are linked to science and technology while embedded in sociocultural frameworks in national and transnational contexts.
    Who writes the rules for the governance of the world economy? This paper looks beyond the usual suspects of states, NGOs and firms to attempt to map how ideas and skills travel between professional ecologies to solve long-term socioeconomic problems. The paper identifies professional networks in variety
    of science-heavy, and social science related, issue-areas and identifies how variation in network structure may shape processes of idea formation, skills transfer and policy solutions and implementation. The paper also outlines the framework for visualizing professional ecologies and how they compete and
    cooperate through a variety of novel concepts and technologies.
    The issue-areas discussed in relation to professional networks include: the creation of a viable bio-fuels industry; addressing low fertility rates in the OECD; risk weighting and regulatory segmentation in financial reform debates; and the creation of ‘human capital controls’ to prevent the poaching of skilled migrants. The paper directly contributes to the STS literature in locating how professional practices and, their work content, are linked to science and technology while embedded in sociocultural frameworks in national and transnational contexts.

    Konference

    KonferenceThe 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012
    Nummer2012
    LokationCopenhagen Business School
    LandDanmark
    ByFrederiksberg
    Periode17/10/201220/10/2012
    Internetadresse

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    Henriksen, L. F., & Seabrooke, L. (2012). Professional Networks in the International Political Economy. Abstract fra The 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, Frederiksberg, Danmark.
    Henriksen, Lasse Folke ; Seabrooke, Leonard. / Professional Networks in the International Political Economy. Abstract fra The 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, Frederiksberg, Danmark.1 s.
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