As noted in the last post, I’m rushing to get a second edition of Debunking Economics published this year, so I’m trying to finish the manuscript by the end of this month. As a result I’ll be circumspect on posts for the next few weeks, but there are a few I have to put up–including the sessions at the AEA.
My own session was organized by Fred Moseley and (click on the names to download the papers) had David Colander, Paul Davidson, myself and Amitava Dutt as speakers, with Benjamin Friedman, Robert Gordon and Kevin Hoover as discussants.
My presentation:Steve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Moseley Introduction and Colander TalkSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Paul Davidson startSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Paul Davidson continued plus my talkSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
My talk continued plus Amitava Dutt startSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Amitava Dutt continuedSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Amitava Dutt continued plus start of Friedman as discussantSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Friedman as discussantSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Gordon as discussantSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast
Kevin Hoover as discussantSteve Keen’s Debtwatch Podcast http://www.debtdeflation.com/blogs/wp-content/uploads/talks/AEA2011MacroAfterCrisis_MoseleyColanderDavidsonKeenDutt10.flv” width=“500” height=“400” ]
The format and 2 hour time limit didn’t allow a lot of time for replies by speakers, and I only stated the bare bones of my reply to Hoover. There’s a lot more I’d like to say, but I don’t have the time now-perhaps I’ll get a chance in replies to questions once people have seen these talks.