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Conferences & Symposia

The Murphy Institute regularly organizes or co-sponsors scholarly conferences, workshops and symposia designed to promote interdisciplinary research and dialogue among Tulane faculty and visiting scholars.

Annual events include a spring conference organized by the editors of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics. The Murphy Institute and the Leverhulme Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy at the University of Nottingham co-sponsor an annual workshop designed for experts in the fields of political economy, public policy, and trade policy.

Past Conferences & Symposia

Past Conferences & Symposia

2011

Sundial on Tulane University's Campus - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Mar 11

2007

Close-up Photo of Column on Tulane University's Campus - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Apr 20

2006

Statue of Lion Holding Tulane Shield - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Jun 23

2005

Tree Over Roof of Building on Tulane University's Campus - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Apr 01

2004

Photo of Tilton Hall Stairwell - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Jun 25

2003

Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Apr 11

2002

Rooftop of Tilton Hall on Tulane University's Campus - The Murphy Institute
Registration Required
Leverhulme Workshops
Jun 28

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