GLD Podcast Series

Episode 1: Marwa Shalaby

 

 

 

 

Marwa Shalaby (Visiting Scholar, GLD)

Episode 1: Marwa discusses her research on women's political participation in the MENA region, with GLD Program Director Ellen Lust. Utilizing her research in Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan and Morocco, Marwa explores the obstacles faced by many female legislators, and outlines how these challenges can be overcome.

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Episode 2: Yeşim Arat

 

 

 

Yeşim Arat (Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Boğaziçi University, Istanbul)

Episode 2: Yeşim discusses the ongoing political and demographic transformations in Turkey and their impacts on the country's key institutions, including the judiciary, the military, and the media.

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Episode 3: Jon Pierre

 

 

Jon Pierre (Professor, Department of Political Science, Gothenburg University)

Episode 3: Jon Pierre, professor of political science at Gothenburg University, discusses his 2011 book "The Politics of Urban Governance." Outlining his four models on governance, Pierre explores the changing dynamics of governance and government in 21st-century cities, and discusses its implications on everyday living for the urban citizen.

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Episode 4: Pierre F. Landry

 

 

 

 

Pierre F. Landry (Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Episode 4: Pierre F. Landry discusses China's rapid urbanization and the institutional challenges that arise due to these seismic demographic shifts. The conversation centres on China's massive bureaucratic system and how both local and national levels of this system compete for financial resources and influence.

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Episode 5: Dominic Burbidge

 

 

 

 

Episode 5: Dominic Burbidge discusses his new book "An Experiment In Devolution, National Unity and the Deconstruction of the Kenyan State." Following the introduction of a new constitution in 2010, Kenya has implemented one of the most radical and far-reaching decentralization programs in Africa. This podcast outlines the events leading up to the new constitution, as well as the ramifications of these sweeping reforms.

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