The Gulf Research Meeting - About GRM 2023

GRM 2023 July 11-13, 2023

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GRM 2023 July 11-13, 2023

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About GRM

The Gulf Research Meeting (GRM) offers a unique environment to explore matters of key importance to the Gulf region and provides a platform for discussion and dissemination of research in a wide variety of Gulf-related fields, including economic and financial issues, international relations, security, environment, energy and renewable energy, as well as education, labour and social issues. Committed to a high-level academic standard, the GRM's objective is to help generate solutions to many of the region's pressing challenges.

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12

Years

1930

Hours

34

Institutions

3508

Participants

137

Workshops

56

Publications
GRM 2023

Workshops

This year’s GRM workshops cover a wide range of topics in the fields of politics, economics, energy, security and the wider social sciences as they relate to the wider Gulf region (GCC countries in addition to Iraq and Yemen). You can click on each workshop to read its full description.


Sustainable Development Financing and the Role of the Financial Sector in the GCC Region

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Circular Economy and Sustainable Development Model: it’s Role in the GCC States’ National Visions

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Perspectives on Hard Security Issues in the Gulf

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Industrial Policies in the Gulf and the Middle East

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The Renewed & Expanded Role of the Gulf on the Global Energy Scene

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Recent Labour and Migration Reforms and Policies in the Gulf: Impact on Economies and Societies

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The Leading Role of Gulf Higher Education in Achieving Sustainability and Addressing Climate Change

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Cultural Heritage in the Gulf – Emerging Trends, Identity Politics, Challenges, and Concerns

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Women in the GCC: Negotiating Leadership, Power, and Change

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Israel and the Gulf Monarchies: A New Regional Security Complex or Just Complex Regional Security?

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The Future of the GCC as an Institution

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The Gulf and the Horn of Africa: Trans-Regional Competition and Cooperation

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GRM 2023 Workshop

Directors

This year's GRM workshop directors come from a variety of esteemed institutions from both within and outside the Gulf.


Assistant Professor of Islamic Finance and Sustainable Development at College of Islamic Studies -
Hamad bin Khalifa University


COO -
Petroleb


Ram Sathe Chair for International Studies / Former Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Oman and the UAE -
Symbiosis International University, Pune


Associate Professor -
Qatar University



Professor of Political Science -
Kuwait University - College of Social Sciences


Assistant Professor of History -
Kuwait University


PhD Candidate in Politics -
University of Otago


Associate Professor of Higher Education at the College of Education -
Sultan Qaboos University



Visiting Research Fellow -
LSE Middle East Centre


Director of the Durham Centre in Islamic Economics and Finance -
Professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic Political Economy & Finance at the Durham University Business School


Lecturer and Research Associate at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies -
Harvard University


Research Assistant Professor at Ibn Khaldon Center for Humanities and Social Sciences
Qatar University



Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education -
University of Toronto


Editor-in-Chief -
East Med Energy


Senior Fellow
Gulf Labour Markets, Migration, and Population (GLMM) Programme


Professor of Regional Security (Middle East) -
Durham University and NTNU



Director of the Strategic and International Studies Program
Bahrain Center for Strategic, International and Energy Studies


Research Associate Professor -
Qatar University


Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs -
Georgetown University Qatar


Professor of Migration and Development at the Lahore School of Economics, Scientific Director, Gulf Labour Markets, Migration, and Population (GLMM) Programme -
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Non-Resident Fellow -
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington


Emeritus Professor of Middle East Politics Middle East Politics
University of Exeter/Tsinghua University


Professor in the History of the Muslim Peoples in the Department of Islamic and Middle East Studies -
University of Jerusalem


Associate Professor -
Hamad Bin Khalifa University



Assistant Professor at College of Economics and Finance
Qatar University


Emeritus Professor at University of Leeds, and Principal Investigator at EU funded project Financialisation Economy Society and Sustainable Development. -
University of Leeds


Senior Scholar, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge -
Chief Economist, Gulf Research Center


Professor and Deputy Director Middle East Studies
Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Fudan University



Interested in participating?

You can either apply as a paper presenter participant.

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Publications


Publisher: Routledge

The Arab Gulf States and the West. Perception and Realities - Opportunities and Perils

This book examines the relations and image of the Arab Gulf...


Publisher: Gulf Research Center Cambridge

GCC Relations with Post-War Iraq: A Strategic Perspective

This volume contains the contributions to the Gulf Research...


Publisher: Gulf Research Center Cambridge

Housing Markets and Policy Design in the Gulf Region

Housing is what creates and defines cities, and affordable h...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

Asia-Gulf Economic Relations in the 21st Century: The Local to Global Transformation

Asia constitutes the hub of the transformation of global eco...


Publisher: Gulf Research Center Cambridge

The Gulf and Latin America: An Assessment of Expectations and Challenges

Since the last decade of the 20th century, there has been an...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

Security Dynamics of East Asia in the Gulf Region

The Gulf region’s primary economic relationships are rapidly...


Publisher: Springer

Environmental Cost and Face of Agriculture in the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries

This volume presents the outcome of an Agriculture Workshop...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

State-Society Relations in the Arab Gulf States

This book examines the strategies and dynamics through which...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

The Political Economy of Energy Reform: The Clean Energy-Fossil Fuel Balance in the Gulf

Climate change requires coordinated global responses. All na...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

A New Gulf Security Architecture: Prospects and Challenges for an Asian Role

This book explores how growing economic ties between Asian c...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

Gulf Charities and Islamic Philanthropy in the “Age of Terror” and Beyond

“Gulf Charities and Islamic Philanthropy in the ‘Age of Terr...


Publisher: Gerlach Press

Islamic Finance: Political Economy, Performance and Risk (Three Volume Series)

This collection of new research brings together state of the...


Travel Information

Arrival

No direct transport to and from Cambridge will be provided. More...

Attendance

All participants are expected to arrive by the afternoon on Tuesday, July 21, 2021 and stay until ... More

Travel Allowence

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Visa

All those participants that require a visa for the UK must request a letter of invitation from us ... More

Accommodation

Participants pay for their own accommodation. There will be different price categories to choose from ... More

Meals

The following meals are provided as part of the meeting More...

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