PhD lec­ture series in advanced macro­eco­nom­ics in Post-Key­ne­sian, insti­tu­tion­al­ist, and Marx­ian polit­i­cal econ­omy

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Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich and Kingston Uni­ver­sity are jointly orga­niz­ing a series of lec­tures in advanced macro­eco­nom­ics based on a polit­i­cal econ­omy approach com­bin­ing insti­tu­tion­al­ist, Key­ne­sian and Marx­ist tra­di­tions. The lec­ture series builds on the research exper­tise of staff in polit­i­cal econ­omy at both uni­ver­si­ties, and is designed orig­i­nally for our PhD stu­dents; how­ever we wel­come PhD stu­dents from other uni­ver­si­ties or Mas­ters stu­dents, who wish to explore more advanced top­ics. The lec­tures assume knowl­edge of core con­cepts in macro­eco­nom­ics at the Mas­ters level. Each day has two lec­tures. A brief descrip­tion of each lec­ture and an indica­tive read­ing list can be found in the link to each lec­ture below. The loca­tion of the lec­tures alter­nate between the two uni­ver­si­ties. Atten­dance is free and there is no reg­is­tra­tion require­ment.

25 March 10:00–14:00, Queen Anne Build­ing Room 63, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Prof Ozlem Onaran, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Post-Key­ne­sian /Kaleckian demand-led growth mod­els: the effect of dis­tri­b­u­tion on growth
Prof Mehmet Ugur, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Institutionalist/Schumpeterian growth the­o­ries

22 Apr 10:00–14:00, Room JG1006, Kingston Uni­ver­sity
Prof Engel­bert Stock­ham­mer, Kingston Uni­ver­sity, Labour mar­kets and unem­ploy­ment in Post Key­ne­sian macro­eco­nom­ics
Dr Devrim Yil­maz, Kingston Uni­ver­sity, Dynamic sto­chas­tic gen­eral equi­lib­rium (DSGE) mod­els: a crit­i­cal intro­duc­tion

29 Apr 10:00–14:00 Queen Anne Build­ing Room 20, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Dr Tomas Rotta, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Marx­ist The­ory Today
Dr Jeff Pow­ell, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Marx­ist the­ory of finan­cial­iza­tion

27 May 10:00–14:00 Queen Anne Build­ing Room 75, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Dr Maria Niko­laidi, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Post-Key­ne­sian stock-flow con­sis­tent mod­el­ling: the­ory and method­ol­ogy
Dr Yan­nis Dafer­mos, Uni­ver­sity of West of Eng­land, Build­ing a stock-flow con­sis­tent model in prac­tice (lab ses­sion at ITLab-QA274)

10 June 10:00–14:00, Room JG1006, Kingston Uni­ver­sity
Prof Steve Keen, Kingston Uni­ver­sity, Mod­el­ling Finan­cial Insta­bil­ity
Dr Iren Lev­ina, Kingston Uni­ver­sity, Finan­cial­i­sa­tion of House­holds

17 Jun 10:00–14:00 Queen Anne Build­ing Room 139, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Dr Cem Oyvat, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich, Inequal­ity and Growth in the devel­op­ing world
Dr Ewa Kar­wowski, Kingston Uni­ver­sity, Finance, finan­cial­i­sa­tion and devel­op­ment

How to find us

Kingston Uni­ver­sity: The sem­i­nars take place at Pen­ryhn Road Cam­pus (Kingston upon Thames, Sur­rey, KT1 2EE). Detailed infor­ma­tion on get­ting there.

Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich: The sem­i­nars take place at Green­wich Cam­pus (Old Royal Naval Col­lege, Park Row, Lon­don, SE10 9LS). Detailed infor­ma­tion on get­ting there.

Orga­niz­ing Com­mit­tee
Prof Ozlem Onaran, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Prof Engel­bert Stock­ham­mer, Kingston Uni­ver­sity
Thomas Obst, PhD Stu­dent, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Daniele Tori, PhD Stu­dent, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Shanaz Sumra, PhD Stu­dent, Uni­ver­sity of Green­wich
Javier López Bernardo, PhD Stu­dent, Kingston Uni­ver­sity
Rafael Wildauer, PhD Stu­dent, Kingston Uni­ver­sity

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.
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  • Derek R

    It would, of course, be nice if this series was recorded and made avail­able on Youtube. Any chance of that hap­pen­ing?

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  • Pablo

    I would like to add another vote to Derek’s sug­ges­tion, that if at all pos­si­ble, this be recorded and posted. It would be greatly apre­ci­ated, I am sure, by all het­ero­dox stu­dents / econ­o­mists abroad.

  • MikeM

    Hi Steve. I would also like to know if these lec­tures will become avail­able on-line?

  • I’m not run­ning these lec­tures, but I’ll raise the idea with the organ­is­ers and see if we can get them recorded.

  • Derek R

    Thanks, Steve. We’ll keep our fin­gers crossed.