Anwar Shaikh on 'Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises'
Jayati Ghosh, Erik Reinert, Rainer Kattel on 'Demolishing Neoliberal Development Myths'
Diane Elson on 'Economic Inequality and Gender Inequality'
Alessandra Mezzadri on 'The Sweatshop Regime: Labouring Bodies, Exploitation and Garments Made in India’
Johnna Montgomerie on 'Is Debt Write-off a Viable Solution to the Crisis of Financialisation?'
Kavita Krishnan on 'Power and Patriarchy in India: How State-led Women's Empowerment Undermines Women's Movements'
Stephanie Barrientos on 'Retail Shift: Transforming Work and Gender in Global Production'
Barbara Harriss-White, Terry Byres, Henry Bernstein, and Jan Douwe van der Ploeg, on 'Agrarian Questions Then and Now'
Gilbert Achcar, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and James Putzel on 'Development in Crisis: States, Conflicts, Refugees'
Anastasia Nesvetailova on 'The Russian Crisis and Global Geopolitics: Dilemmas of Authoritarian Rule'
Genevieve LeBaron on 'Combatting the Business of Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains’
Andreas Malm on 'Violent Past, Hot Present, Extreme Future: Episodes of Fossil Imperialism and Climate Change in Egypt, India and Nigeria’
David Harvey on 'Anti-Value in Marx’
Ben Selwyn on 'The Struggle for Development'
Alex Colas and Liam Campling on 'Capitalism and the Sea: Sovereignty, Territory and Accumulation in the Global Ocean'
Tariq Ali, August Nimtz and Tamas Krausz on 'The Russian Revolution and Global Development: Lessons from the First Hundred Years'
The most number of people who attended an individual seminar: 450