Slides – 2016

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Thursday

Session: STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS – HYMAN P. MINSKY

IVAN DARIO VELASQUEZ GARZON
Two Harvard Economists on Monetary Economy: Lauchlin Currie and Hyman Minsky

STEFANIE COLE
Hyman P. Minsky’s Inescapably Institutional Economics and Some Future GIS Applications of Macro Dynamic Minsky Models

 

Session: BANKS AND FINANCIAL MARKETS

TANWEER AKRAM
Overcoming Japan’s Liquidity Trap

 

Session: KEYNES AND THE INSTITUTIONALISTS

STEVEN SAWYER
The Proto-Keynesian Macroeconomics of Thorstein Veblen

 

Friday

Session: GROWTH, DISTRIBUTION, AND INEQUALITY

UP SIRA NUKULKIT
The Effect of Technical Progress Upon Distribution Along the Kaldor-Kennedy Line

 

Session: PERSPECTIVES ON KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS

FAHD REHMAN
Contributions of Tarshis: An Ontological Perspective

 

Session: ECONOMIC MODELING II

GUILHERME RICARDO DOS SANTOS SOUZA E SILVA AND MARCELO LUIZ CURADO
Asset Pricing Under Uncertainty: A Keynesian Macroeconomic Model

 

Session: KEYNES AND ECONOMIC POLICY

MARIA CRISTINA MARCUZZO, CARLO CRISTIANO, ELEONORA SANFILIPPO
The Coming of Keynes to Wall Street, 1931-1939

SHANN TURNBULL
Financial Stability Policy Options

 

Session: CAMBRIDGE ECONOMICS

GARY MONGIOVI
Pasinetti and the Cambridge Keynesians

 

Session: PROFIT, INVESTMENT, AND GROWTH

JOSE L. NICOLINI-LLOSA AND EZEQUIEL GUERRA
Financial Wealth, Systemic Risk, and Captive Monetary Policy Worldwide

 

Saturday

Session: INEQUALITY, SECULAR STAGNATION, AND HOUSEHOLD DEBT

CRAIG MEDLEN
Piketty’s Paradox, Capital Spillage, and Inequality

 

Session: PRICE STABILITY AND MONETARY VARIABLES

JOSEPH SEYDL AND MALCOLM SPITTLER
Did Globalization Flatten the Philips Curve? US Consumer Price Inflation at the Sectoral Level

 

Session: POST-KEYNESIAN AND MARXIST MACRO-ECONOMICS – OVERLAP AND DIFFERENCES

JOE PERSKY
Notes on Marx, Say’s Law and the Interconnectedness of the Economy

RON BAIMAN
Post-Keynesian Demand and Cost, and Marxist Unequal Exchange: An International Trade Application