Lec­tures

Flattr this!

Behavioural Finance 2010

Behav­ioural Finance 2009

  1. Recon­sid­er­ing Con­sumer Behav­iour (PDF)
  2. Recon­sid­er­ing Pro­ducer Behav­iour (PDF)
  3. Recon­sid­er­ing Behav­iour in Finance (PDF)
  4. How the Data Killed CAPM (PDF)
  5. The Frac­tal Mar­kets Hypoth­e­sis (PDF)
  6. The Inef­fi­cient Mar­kets Hypoth­e­sis (PDF)
  7. Exper­i­ments in Eco­nomic & Finan­cial Behav­iour (to be posted later)
  8. The sta­tis­tics on money and impli­ca­tions for finance and eco­nom­ics (PDF)
  9. The endoge­nous money per­spec­tive (PDF)
  10. Mod­el­ling Endoge­nous Money I (PDF)
  11. Mod­el­ling Endoge­nous Money II (PDF)

History of Economic Thought

Political Economy: Critiques 

Political Economy: Evolutionary Economics

Financial Economics

Managerial Economics

Honours Lectures

Political Economy

More Political Economy

Advanced Finance

Advanced Macro

Models


  • Pingback: My Per Capita Talk on Debt | Steve Keen's Debtwatch()

  • Pingback: My Per Capita Talk on Debt | Centre For Economic Stability()

  • Pingback: The Debtwatch Manifesto | Steve Keen's Debtwatch()

  • Pingback: The Debtwatch Manifesto « Real-World Economics Review Blog()

  • Shane D Ward

    Sir,
    Any lecturing/speaking/book launch trips in Asia for 2012? Do you post your sched­ule in advance on the blog?

  • Yes Shane,

    It’s not con­firmed as yet, but there are plans for a lec­ture tour of India in late March–starting about March 22. I will def­i­nitely post details if it comes to pass.

  • Shane D Ward

    Sir,
    Smartcomics.com — an idea for yr books mes­sage.

  • Shane D Ward
  • Kozak

    Ques­tion: If I did a Mas­ters pro­gramme, then a PhD in Eco­nom­ics at West­ern Syd­ney, what job in Eco­nom­ics could I expect? Would the BIS or WTO or IMF or the Aus­tralian Gov­ern­ment employ me or would I be only a “wise” unem­ployed econ­o­mist mak­ing a liv­ing writ­ing blogs for a “fringe” read­er­ship base,

    Please email response to birojek@hotmail.com

    Thanks

  • Hatto Schick

    Sir,
    it seems impos­si­ble to down­load most of your lec­tures — in fact every­thing except the behav­ioural finance ones.
    What im i doing wrong?

  • Ah! It looks like the sub­scrip­tion site for Debunk­ing Eco­nom­ics is get­ting in the way.

    I will be mak­ing major changes to that shortly. So please wait–if I had any assis­tants I could get this done faster, but I don’t so I have to get more press­ing tasks com­pleted first.

  • Keen­sian

    Dear Sir,

    it still seems impos­si­ble to down­load any of your lec­tures. Behav­ioural Finance (used to work), His­tory of eco­nomic thought, Poli­ci­cal Econ­omy: Cri­tiques, Evo­lu­tion­ary Eco­nom­ics, Finan­cial Eco­nom­ics, etc.

    Most liks are answered by “404 — Not Found — Apolo­gies, but the page you requested could not be found. Try using sitemap below.

    Please help …

    Kind regards

  • Yes, my apolo­gies there. A site crash wiped out every­thing, so links as well as sources died. They are slowly being restored but it’s not an easy task, and of course I don’t have much time for it.

    There’s a site design in train that might make it eas­ier, since it may enable me to hire some­one to under­take tasks like this.

  • Pingback: Enlighten us with your favourite philosophers, concepts, or ideas - Page 2()

  • vil­lage­blog

    I just checked archive.org and was able to check the out the lec­ture at the top of the page. I haven’t tried any­thing else but going back to 2011 worked fine for me.

  • jorgen­od­aben­itez

    Hi Steve,

    Links are still not work­ing. Any chance they could be re-uploaded? 

    Regards

  • betaguille

    Hi Steve. Links to lec­tures PPT and MP3 not work­ing. Any chance to get that directly?

    Guillermo

  • They’re being fixed by a supporter/contractor right now Guillermo. They should be func­tional later this week.