We are all speaking at the American Monetary Institute conference in September–from Thursday 20th till Sunday 23rd. The full list of speakers is here. It’s a chance to hear people who are all interested in modeling the financial system and monetary reform in general, but who approach it in very different ways:
My dynamic non-equilibrium Circuit approach;
Michael Kumhof’s DSGE model with banking; and
Kaoru Yamaguchi’s systems engineering model (designed in Vensim)
As well as hearing Michael Hudson and Elizabeth Kucinich (wife of Congressman Dennis Kucinich).
The conference fee is $345, and if you mention that you’re attending because of this blog post, $50 of that will help cover my airfare from Sydney.
Michael Hudson, Matheus Grasselli and I are also speaking at the International Post Keynesian Conference in Kansas City Missouri on September 27–29. Conference attendance costs $160 (click here for the registration form).