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CPA 2020 - 6PM - Shared screen with speaker view
WEBINAR SUPPORT
51:06
THANK YOU FOR JOINING US TODAYPLEASE INTRODUCE YOURSELF
Erin
52:34
Hi all, I'm Erin Twyford from the University of Wollongong. I'll also be helping out with the chat box today.
Gareth Bryant
52:40
Hi everyone. Gareth Bryant from Political Economy at the University of Sydney. Looking forward to Jamie’s keynote!
STEWART SMYTH
53:04
Hi all, Stewart Smyth watching from Dublin, Ireland.
Rina Dhillon
53:21
Hi everyone, Rina Dhillon from University of Technology Sydney. Looking forward to the keynote!
WEBINAR SUPPORT
53:29
Hi everyone, Vito Giovannetti Schulich BBA 14, Odette MBA 17, Co-founder and CEO, Treasured
Cornelia Beck
53:51
Good Morning / Evening. Cornelia Beck from The University of Sydney.
Kathie Ross
54:03
Hi everyone, Kathie Ross from Victoria, BC, Canada
Ameera Hakami
54:23
Hi, Ameera from Sheffield
John Kurpierz
54:46
Hi, I'm John Kurpierz, PhD student at Schulich. The previous keynotes have been excellent and I suspect this one will be as well!
Anne Steinhoff
55:40
Hi everyone, Anne Steinhoff from the University of Essex, UK.
Charles Cho
55:53
Hello, I'm Charles Cho from the Schulich School of Business, Toronto, Canada.
Mary Vera-Colina
55:56
Hello, Mary Vera-Colina from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota.
Kylie Kingston
56:30
Good morning from Australia.
Christine Cooper
56:47
Hi from Glasgow (Christine Cooper)
Darlene Himick
57:07
hello, I'm Darlene Himick from Ottawa, Canada. Really looking forward to this keynote!
Sanjay Lanka
57:13
Hello, Sanjay Lanka, from the FGV-Escuela de Administracion de Empresas, Sao Paulo, Brazil,
Helenice Gonçalves
58:12
Hi from Brazil.
Claire Deng
58:16
Hello from Toronto
larita killian
58:37
Greetings from Indianapolis.
john roberts
58:54
Hi from Melbourne
Paulo Homero Junior
59:26
Hi from Porto Alegre/Brazil
Cheryl Lehman
59:42
I’m in a new york state of mind; virtual hugs, Cheryl Lehman
Sandra Maria Cerqueira da Silva
01:00:27
Hello! Sandra Maria UEFS/FAT Feira de Santana/ BBahia/ Brasil
Claire Deng
01:00:28
Virtual hugs Cheryl, didn’t get the chance this morning:)
Emma Rae
01:00:50
Hello, Emma Rae from Melbourne
David Cooper
01:04:55
Seems I only introduced to panelists! So, again, here I am in Edmonton, Canada. But also Edinburgh in terms of collegiality
Rijadh Winardi
01:07:06
Hi from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Bedanand Upadhaya
01:07:10
Hello everyone, Bedanand from University of Essex, UK
STEWART SMYTH
01:08:25
As Samuel Beckett no doubt would have said about Neoliberalism, "Try again. Fail Again. Fail Better!"
Robin W. Roberts
01:08:52
Hello from Florida!
Joanna Kitchen
01:10:39
Hello from London :)
Sheila Killian
01:13:15
i was thinking Sam Beckett would not have sought to be so encouraging to neoliberalism, Stewart, but on reflection, you're right. it's what it does
John Kurpierz
01:14:42
I believe the preferred tech industry phrasing of that ideal is "Fail fast, move fast, break things." Any similarity to the side effects of neoliberal policy are an exercise left to the observer.
WEBINAR SUPPORT
01:16:39
PLEASE SUBMIT QUESTIONS IN THE Q&A SECTIONYOU CAN FIND THE ICON ON THE BOTTOM TOOLBAR IN THE ZOOM WINDOW
STEWART SMYTH
01:17:47
@Sheila - I suppose it depends on who is saying the "better" - Better for the 1% is of course, not better for the rest of us.
Sheila Killian
01:19:57
@Stewart, yeah. I've just always taken that particular quote in the " pick yourself up, kid, and try again - you can do it" sort of a way. But it is apposite here too, for sure
Cameron J Graham
01:48:00
Wonderful question, Paulo.
Christine Cooper
01:48:26
Agreed! Really important question
Patricia Arnold
01:48:47
Hello everyone from Patricia Arnold in Madison, Wisconsin.
Christine Cooper
01:49:04
Hey Pat!
David Cooper
01:49:23
And a lovely response- class, but much more than class
Cameron J Graham
01:51:12
I'm going to start using that terminology in my MBA classes, Louella!
Cameron J Graham
01:52:35
And the idea of neoliberalism as one big collective unhappy marriage.
STEWART SMYTH
01:56:21
@Jonny Tweedie - go straight for the head!!
Christopher Poullaos
01:57:35
The zombie metaphor doesn't sit very well with the notion of neoliberalism as flexible, adaptable . . .
Erin
01:59:24
@ Christopher I suppose that depends on which zombie iteration you choose!
Christine Cooper
02:00:46
But it does with lumbering and intent on making everyone like themselves
Jonny Tweedie
02:00:59
@Stewart Smyth yes!!! Agreed. And Jamie's point about the lack of bold or radical Left Think Tanks comparable to those of the Right is so true.
Christine Cooper
02:01:59
I agree Stewart
Darlene Himick
02:19:09
Thank you for this, what a great session.
Cameron J Graham
02:19:14
Excellent session, indeed. Thanks to Jamie & Jane, and to all who have participated.
Mona
02:19:29
Thanks Jamie and Jane. Great session.
Cameron J Graham
02:19:34
Hear, hear! Matt has been amazing!!
STEWART SMYTH
02:19:41
Well Done Matt - its been a great conference.
David Cooper
02:19:42
thank you all for stimulating session
Matt Bamber
02:19:58
Thanks Jane. My pleasure!
Mona
02:19:58
My pleasure Jane.
John Kurpierz
02:20:06
Yes, thanks to Matt for going above and beyond to make this digital conference wonderful
Sanjay Lanka
02:20:14
The problem with UBI in the current Brazilian context is that there is room for corruption to mess things up. A program was set up to provide Real 600 as emergency basic income for families but instead about 3.9 million of the wealthiest families have applied for and received this money meant for the poorest.
Carla Edgley
02:20:22
Thank you for an excellent pesentation
Joanna Kitchen
02:20:29
thanks all!
John Kurpierz
02:20:38
We can hear you
Helenice Gonçalves
02:20:39
thanks