Michael Hudson, Michael Kumhof (IMF) & Me in Chicago & Kansas City

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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).

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About Steve Keen

I am Professor of Economics and Head of Economics, History and Politics at Kingston University London, and a long time critic of conventional economic thought. As well as attacking mainstream thought in Debunking Economics, I am also developing an alternative dynamic approach to economic modelling. The key issue I am tackling here is the prospect for a debt-deflation on the back of the enormous private debts accumulated globally, and our very low rate of inflation.