Liam Campling and Alejandro Colás on How the Sea Shaped Capitalism
In Conversation with Andrew Keen on Keen On
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In this episode of Keen On, Andrew is joined by Liam Campling and Alejandro Colás, the co-authors of Capitalism and the Sea: The Maritime Factor in the Making of the Modern World.
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Liam Campling is a political economist researching the theory, politics and industrial organization of the business enterprise and global value chains; international trade policy, its negotiation and relationship to global production; and the political economy of development and environment change. He regards political economy as an interdisciplinary approach that allows me to contribute to debates in a range of fields, including Development Studies, Economic Geography, International Business, and International Political Economy.
Alejandro Colás is Professor of International Relations in Birbeck University of London’s Department of Politics. He has published on subjects ranging from piracy, food politics, Spanish responses to terrorism, imperialism, internationalism and global governance in journals like International Affairs, The Review of International Studies, Political Quarterly, Development and Change, Millennium, The European Journal of International Relations and Contemporary Politics.