Wednesday, 23 Oct 2019 | Film and Panel Discussion
A film and panel discussion on pundits-for-hire who present themselves as scientific authorities as they speak about topics like toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals and climate change.
Thursday, 7 Nov 2019 | Lunchseminar
The Dynamics of Inclusive Finance in the Netherlands in the 20th Century | Prof. Oscar Gelderblom
From November 2019 on, the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity initiative will host a monthly lunch seminar. Our first speaker will be economic historian; Professor Oscar Gelderblom.
Thursday, 28 Nov 2019 | Lunchseminar
"Maria’s Paradox: Oil Extraction and the Misery of Missing Development Alternatives in the Ecuadorian Amazon." | Dr. Lorenzo Pellegrini
The Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative hosts a monthly lunch seminar, open and free for students and employees. The lecture is combined with a free lunch. This month: Dr. Lorenzo Pellegrini.
Thursday, 19 Dec 2019 | Lunchseminar
The Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity initiative hosts a monthly lunch seminar, open for all employees and students. The lecture will be combined with a free lunch. This month: Dr. Constanze Binder.
Friday, 11 Oct 2019 | Conference - Hosted at Plenary Meeting Room of the Dutch Senate in The Hague
Discretion is an ambiguous concept. Palgrave just published an interdisciplinary collection of essays dedicated to this subject matter, edited by Tony Evans and Peter Hupe. They have taken this publication as an opportunity to organize a one-day conference on the topic of discretion.
Thursday, 19 Sept 2019 | Lecture and Film
The Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Initiative has invited John de Graaf, author, filmmaker, speaker and activist to give a lecture and show a section of one of his award winning films.
Tuesday, 17 Sept 2019 | Seminar - Hosted at Gent University
This seminar will cover the power of state agencies in both regulating and facilitating environmental crime, the role of corporations in causing and preventing environmental crime, the connection between environmental and organized crime, but also the involvement of non-governmental organizations in preventing and controlling environmental crime.
Wednesday, 26 Jun 2019 | International Conference
In this conference, experts in criminal law and criminology from different European countries discussed the unique system of criminal fines which systematically depend not only on the severity of the offense, but also on the wealth of the offender.
Thursday, 6 Jun 2019 | Workshop
This workshop brought together academics, scientists and policymakers to explore the controversial case of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup® and other commercial broad-spectrum herbicides.
Thursday, 25 April & Friday 26 April 2019 | Private Workshop
A special issue of the "Regulation and Governance" journal on the "Governance of Emerging Disruptive Technologies" brought the authors together for a private two-day workshop at the Erasmus University.
Thursday, 28 Mar 2019 | Working Conference
The working conference "Facing Grand Challenges Together" attracted academics, strategic advisors, politicians, activists, journalists and social workers to discuss local responses to forced displacement.
Thursday, 14 Mar 2019 | Scientific Side Event
Padre Solalinde Guerra has received this years Geuzenpenning for his support to migrants on dangerous journeys. On 14 March an academic event has been organized in honor of his work.
Thursday, 29 Nov & Friday 30 Nov 2018 | International Conference
Diverse participation and great atmosphere at the Dynamics of Inclusive Prosperity Conference, 29-30 November in Rotterdam.
Friday, 16 Nov 2018 | Conference
The Era of Disintegration: Taking Stock of the Dynamics of International Economic Governance in the First Two Decades of the 21st Century
International economic law and EU law have played an enormous role in enhancing economic integration and international cooperation. However, they seem to have lost part of their integrationist force.