Phenomenal World is an independent publication supported by JFI focused on theory and commentary across the social sciences. Phenomenal World events feature contributors as well as outside scholars discussing recent work published on the PW or topics related to PW pieces.
Email email@example.com to learn more about the Phenomenal World and its events. We have co-hosted with other publications including N+1, Dissent, and the Ballot, and encourage other publications to reach out if interested in collaborating.
Economic War and the Commodity Shock
Javier Blas, Nicholas Mulder, and Alex Yablon in conversation on April 8, 2022 at 11am Eastern Time
July 27, 10 am ET: Panel Discussion on the Future of Social Democracy
A discussion around our book, MARKET ECONOMY, MARKET SOCIETY, featuring Stephanie Mudge, Adam Przeworski, Wolfgang Streeck, and Waltraud Schelkle, co-hosted with London School of Economics Sociology
The Bonds of Inequality: A roundtable on the new book by Destin Jenkins
Friday, April 23, at 11:30 Eastern Time
Panel: Party Politics and the Financialization of Social Policy in Brazil
The panel took place on Zoom on Monday, January 25, 2-4pm ET
Panel on November 9, 2020: Global Power in the North-Atlantic Financial System
Discussion moderated by Adam Tooze
Aaron Benanav, Tim Barker, and Katrina Forrester
The Phenomenal World co-hosts an event on Aaron Benanav’s new book, “Automation and the Future of Work,” with N+1 and Dissent
Panel on Thursday, August 13: Geoeconomics and the Balance of Payments
A video recording from a panel initiated and moderated by Adam Tooze
Zach Carter and Ian Kumekawa on Keynes
The Phenomenal World cohosts an event on Zach Carter’s new book, “The Price of Peace,” with the Ballot
JFI hosts Michael Pettis, Adam Tooze, and Matthew Klein discussing "Trade Wars are Class Wars" book release
In conversation with historian Adam Tooze, Michael Pettis and Matthew Klein discussed the important ramifications of international trade wars that stem from savings imbalances driven by dramatic income distributions.
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