Tuesday, January 20, 2009

SEMINAR SERIES- Centre for Euro-Asian Studies, Univ. of Reading, Spring 2009

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SEMINAR SERIES- Centre for Euro-Asian Studies, Univ. of Reading, Spring 2009

Posted by: Christian A. B. Nygaard <c.a.b.nygaard@henley.reading.ac.uk>

Dear Colleagues:

Please find below this term's seminar arranged by
the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies at the University of Reading.

Wednesdays, 5pm-6pm, HUMSS Building Room127,
University of Reading

All welcome.

Centre for Euro-Asian Studies
University of Reading

Seminar Program:

21 January, 2009
Mehmet Ogutcu, Director International government
and corporate affairs BG Group, member of the Centre for Euro-Asian Studies
"The changing parameters of world energy and geopolitics"

28 January, 2009
Christian Nygaard, University of Reading, Centre for Euro-Asian Studies
"Growth and state investment vehicles in Russia"

4 February, 2009
Ralph de Haas, Chief Economist, European Bank for
Reconstruction and Development
"EBRD Transition Report-2008"

11 February, 2009
Max Watson, Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford
"Eastern Europe after the financial crisis: In need of a new transition?"

18 February, 2009
Keith Henry, Chairman, Regal Petroleum PLC,

25 February, 2009
Dr. Matthias Lücke, Senior Economist, The Kiel Institute for World Economy
"Labour migration from Moldova"

4 March, 2009
Arild Moe, Deputy Director/Senior Research Fellow, Fridtjof Nansen Institute
"The Shtokman development and Russian offshore strategy"

11 March, 2009
H.E. Ambassador Kairat Abusseitov, Embassy of the
Republic of Kazakhstan, London
"Kazakhstan's Path to Europe Program"

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