Conference Program - Conference Developments
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Conference Program

Keynote Speaker: Jan Kregel (Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, and Tallin University of Technology)

Special Session: Frontiers of Heterodox Macroeconomics (organized by The Cambridge Trust for New Thinking in Economics)

  • Philip Arestis (University of Cambridge and University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU) Critique of the New Consensus Macroeconomics and Propose a More Keynesian Macroeconomic Model
  • Malcolm Sawyer (University of Leeds) Approaching budget deficits, debts and money in a socially responsible manner
  • Marc Lavoie (Université Paris 13, CEPN) Advances in the Post Keynesian Analysis of Money and Finance
  • John McCombie and Marta Spreafico (Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy, University of Cambridge) Why the Sub-Prime Financial Crash Should Have Been Prevented: Lessons for Future Macroeconomic and Regulatory Policy
  • Elisabeth Springler (University of Applied Sciences, BFI Vienna) Inflation: Failures of Inflation Targeting
  • Emilio Carnevali (University of Leeds), Matteo Deleidi (Università Roma Tre), Riccardo Pariboni (Università Roma Tre) and Marco Veronese Passarella (University of Leeds) SFC Dynamic Models: Features, Limitations and Developments
  • Maria Nikolaidi (University of Greenwich) and Yannis Dafermos (University of the West of England) Fiscal Policy and Ecological Sustainability: a Post-Keynesian Perspective
  • Salvador Perez-Moreno and Elena Bárcena-Martín (University of Malaga) How Secular Stagnation Can Affect Income Class Structure in European Countries: Institutional and Policy Implications


Plenary Session: Roundatable on Frontiers of Heterodox Macroeconomics (Chair: John McCombie, University of Cambridge)

  • Philip Arestis (University of Cambridge)
  • James K. Galbraith (University of Texas)
  • Jan Kregel (Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, and University of Tallin)
  • Marc Lavoie (Université Paris 13, CEPN)
  • Malcolm Sawyer (University of Leeds)

Besides the Plenary and Special Session, there are thematic parallel sessions, sessions of presentation of recently published books, sessions of graduate students, and organized sessions.