Below are some featured papers for the 2016 conference. Click on the paper’s title to view the paper in another tab/window.
Paul Davidson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville “Keynes’s Serious Monetary Theory Can Explain the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2008 and Why Free Trade Agreements such as NAFTA and TPP are not in the USA’s Interest in Promoting Full Employment Domestically“
Paul Davidson, University of Tennessee, Knoxville “Why Neither Samuelson’s Neoclassical Synthesis Keynesianism Nor New Keynesianism Theory is Compatible with Keynes’s General Theory Explanation of the Cause of Unemployment“
Hartmut Elsenhans, University of Leipzig “Rising Mass Incomes as a Condition of Capitalist Growth: A New Model of the Transition to Capitalism in History, as Well as in the Newly Industrializing Countries and BRICs today, and its Relevance for Historical Positioning of the Current Crisis“
Hartmut Elsenhans, University of Leipzig “Overcoming Political Isolation: the Relevance of Keynesian Fundamentals for Moral Economy Approaches in an Increasingly Multipolar International System“
Philip Harvey, Rutgers Law School “H.R. 1000: The Humphrey-Hawkins 21st Century Full-Employment and Training Act“
Philip Harvey, Rutgers Law School “What is Full Employment – and Why the Definition Matters“