Click here to see the full URPE program for the ASSA Conference in San Diego, January 2-5.

Friday, January 3

Political Economy of the Global Monetary System

Paper Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, La Jolla B

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Devika Dutt, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Liberating African Money: Joseph Tchundjang Pouemi and Post-Keynesian Theory

Alain Naef
University of California-Berkeley

The Political Economy of Federal Reserve Banking: Historical Precedent, Future Possibilities and Possible Responses

Oliver Leningston
University of Sydney

Exorbitant Privilege or Ultimate Responsibility? Access to the International Lender of Last Resort

Devika Dutt
University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Climate Crisis Mitigation: Implementing a Green New Deal and More

Paper Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, La Jolla B

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Ron Baiman, Benedictine University

Financial Bailout Spending Would Have Paid for Thirty Years of Climate Crisis Mitigation: Implementing a Global Green New Deal and Marshall Plan

Ron Baiman
Benedictine University

Green New Deal: Interdisciplinary Heterodox Approaches

Mathew Forstater
University of Missouri-Kansas City
Fadhel Kaboub
Denison University
Michael Murray

Bemidji State University

Community Currency Powered Job Guarantee (JG): A Way to Full Employment, Sustainability and Gender Equity

Josefina Li

,

Bemidji State University

Marxist Theory

Paper Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Paddy Quick, St. Francis College-Brooklyn
  • JEL Classifications
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches
  • O0 – General

Towards a Critical Framework: Government Bonds as Titles of Fictitious Capital

Carolina Alves

,

University of Cambridge

Marx between Schumpeter and Keynes: Augusto Graziani, Marx’s Theory of (Surplus) Value, and the Cycle of Money Capital

Riccardo Bellofiore

,

University of Bergamo

Profitability and Accumulation in Mexico: New Estimates and Analysis

Sergio Camara Izquierdo

,

Metropolitan Autonomous University (UAM)-Azcapotzalco

Productive Apparatuses of State, Technological Change, and Social Structures of Accumulation Theory

Baris Guven

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

David Gordon Memorial Lecture

Panel Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 12:30 PM – 2:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Harbor A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Ron Baiman, Benedictine University
  • JEL Classifications
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches
Panelist(s)
Heather Boushey

,

Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Katherine Moos

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Finance, Post-Keynesian, Sraffian Theory

Paper Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Paul Cooney, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE)
  • JEL Classifications
  • E1 – General Aggregative Models
  • E4 – Money and Interest Rates

The Political Economy of Macro-Imbalances: Kalecki in a Small Open Econoomy

Fahd Ali

,

Information Technology University

The Financial Structure Implicit in the Sraffa-Pasinetti Framework

Andres Cantillo

,

Kaleidoscope Economic Research

A Three Class Predator-Prey Model with Financial Super-Predators: The Financial Profit Squeeze

Jonathan Goldstein

,

Bowdoin College

Shadow Banking and Financial Intermediation

Gokcer Ozgur

,

Gettysburg College

In Search of a New Social Model for the EU

Paper Session

Friday, Jan. 3, 2020 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, La Jolla B

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Pascal Petit, University of Paris 13
  • JEL Classifications
  • D7 – Analysis of Collective Decision-Making
  • I3 – Welfare, Well-Being, and Poverty

Beyond an Enterprise Economy

Charlie Dannreuther

,

University of Leeds

Taking Stock of the Debate about Positive and Negative Integration in the EU

Andrew Watt

,

IMK Institute Hans-Bockler Foundation

To What Extent Could a Global Governance More Centered on UN ASDGs Help to Revamp the EU Project?

Pascal Petit

,

University Paris 13
Discussant(s)
Gary Dymski

,

University of Leeds
Esther Jeffers

,

University of Amiens
Dominique Plihon

,

University Paris 13
Jacques Mazier

,

University Paris 13

Saturday, January 4

Gender and Race in Economic Outcomes

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics & International Association for Feminist Economics

  • Chair: Elissa Braunstein, Colorado State University
  • JEL Classifications
  • J3 – Wages, Compensation, and Labor Costs
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches

Did the Unique Team Mentoring of CCOFFE Work? Evidence from 20 Years Later

Robin Bartlett

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Denison University
Zarrina Juraqulova

,

Denison University
Andrea Ziegert

,

Denison University

The Intersection of Gender and Race: African American and Asian American Women in the United States, 1980-2018 and Gendered Racism

Marlene Kim

,

University of Massachusetts-Boston

Domestic Employment in Brazil: Two Decades of Continuity and Change

Cristina Pereira Vieceli

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Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
Carlos Vasconcello

,

Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Understanding the Structural Determinants of Wealth Inequality across Gender and Race

Hanna Szymborska

,

Birmingham City University

Gendered Labor: Paid and Unpaid Work in Contemporary Capitalism

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town B

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Katherine Moos, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  • JEL Classifications
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches
  • J7 – Labor Discrimination

How Neoliberal Is China’s Welfare State? Comparing the Chinese and United States Net Social Wage 1992-2016

Katherine Moos

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Hao Qi

,

Renmin University of China

The Impact of Gender and Race Segregation on Labor Organization in a Social Interaction Model

Luiza Nassif Pires

,

New School for Social Research

The Gendered Impact of Working Time Flexibilization

Lygia Sabbag Fares Gibb

,

Getulio Vargas Foundation

Longevity: Crisis or Blessing

Jenny Brown

,

National Women’s Liberation

Monetary Policy in the United States, the Eurozone, and China

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Coronado E

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Esther Jeffers, University of Picardie
  • JEL Classifications
  • G0 – General

The Transformation of the Central Banking Policy Template in the Neoliberal Era: The United States-EU Financial Paradox and Global Financial Crises

Maria Gavris

,

University of Leeds

Special Drawing Rights, Target2 Balances, and European Monetary Policy, before and after the Eurozone Crisis

Nina Eichacker

,

University of Rhode Island

Financing the “Green New Deal”: The Role of the Federal Reserve and the Limits of the Global Dollar

Gerald Epstein

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Monetary Policy in the Eurozone: Limits of ECB Policy on the Financial Crisis and Climate Change

Esther Jeffers

,

University of Picardie
Dominique Plihon

,

University Paris 13

China, United States and the EU: Varying Capacities to Meet the Challenges

Jacques Mazier

,

University Paris 13
Discussant(s)
Jacques Mazier

,

University Paris 13
Pascal Petit

,

University Paris 13
Dominique Plihon

,

University Paris 13

Political Economy of China

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Paddy Quick, St. Francis College-Brooklyn
  • JEL Classifications
  • O0 – General
  • P0 – General

Fixed Capital, Accelerated Depreciation, and Economic Growth: Mathematical and Empirical Studies Based on Political Economy

Bangxi Li

,

Tsinghua University
Chong Liu

,

Tsinghua University

China: Rich Country, Poor People? The Expansion of Economic Nationalism

Brian Chi-ang Lin

,

National Chengchi University

Population and Capital Flows in Metropolitan Beijing: Empirical Evidence from the Past 30 Years

Hanlin Qiang

,

Tsinghua University

Gender Norm and Household Labor: Time Use in the Context of Class Differentiation in China

Zhun Xu

,

Howard University
Wei Zhang

,

Tsinghua University

Political Economy of Immigration: Potential for Deep Divisions and Inclusive Alliances

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Ann Davis, Marist College
  • JEL Classifications
  • J6 – Mobility, Unemployment, Vacancies, and Immigrant Workers
  • F2 – International Factor Movements and International Business

No One Is Illegal: Treatment of Migrants at the Southern Border

Mike Davis

,

University of California-Riverside

Organizing for Immigrant Integration and Racial Justice: Scaling From Local to State to National

Manuel Pastor

,

University of Southern California

What Counts: Skill Level or Country of Origin? The (In) Coherence of U.S. Immigration Policy

Gaurav Khanna

,

University of California-San Diego

Assymetries of Political Power and the Mexican Immigration Crisis

Ann E. Davis

,

Marist College
Nicole Cerpa Vielma

,

University of Leeds

Socialism in the Twenty-First Century

Paper Session

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Coronado E

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Robin Hahnel, American University
  • JEL Classifications
  • P2 – Socialist Systems and Transitional Economies
  • P3 – Socialist Institutions and Their Transitions

Integrating Long-Term and Short-Term Participatory Planning

Robin Hahnel

,

American University
Allison Kerkhoff

,

University of British Columbia

Stable Job or IPhones? The Dilemma of Innovation in Socialism

Mihnea Tudoreanu

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst
David Kotz

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Information Technology and the Socialist Mode of Production: A Simulation of the Point Allocation System

Daniel Saros

,

Valparaiso University

Sunday, January 5

Feminist Perspectives on Institutions, Norms and Agency (Joint with IAFFE)

Paper Session

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics & International Association for Feminist Economics

  • Chair: Shaianne Osterreich, Ithaca College
  • JEL Classifications
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches
  • J0 – General

Hegemonic Masculinity under Capitalism: Women, Work, and Wellbeing

Sarah Small

,

Colorado State University

Exchange, Redistribution and Reciprocity in the Context of Provisioning Care in Contemporary Economies

Anna Zachorowska

,

Jagiellonian University

Selling Love in a State of Conflict

Nicole Herpai

,

University of Manitoba

Race, Gender, and Economic Security in the 21st Century: Entrepreneurship, Employment, and Retirement

Paper Session

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, La Jolla B

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Martha Jaimes, New School for Social Research
  • JEL Classifications
  • J7 – Labor Discrimination

Black Entrepreneurship and the Business Cycle: Firm Entry During Economic Downturn

Rachel Marie Brooks Atkins

,

New York University

Black Workers and the Rise of Vulnerable Employment in the U.S.

Ofronama Biu

,

New School
Darrick Hamilton

,

Ohio State University

Employment Policy Considering Stratification and Subalternity: An Alternative Framing for Employment Disparities by Race, Gender, and Country of Origin

Jordan Ayala

,

University of Missouri-Kansas City
Matthew Robinson

,

University of Missouri-Kansas City

Is the Social Security’s Actuarial Adjustment Schedule Regressive? The Effect of Differential Mortality Rates

Martha Jaimes

,

New School for Social Research
Discussant(s)
Fadhel Kaboub

,

Denison University
Ozgur Orhangazi

,

Kadir Has University-Instanbul

Feminist Radical Political Economy: Reproduction and Production

Paper Session

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Jennifer Cohen, Miami University and University of Witwatersrand
  • JEL Classifications
  • B5 – Current Heterodox Approaches

The Role of Household Production in the Determination and Wages and the Growth of Capitalist Production

Paddy Quick

,

St. Francis College-Brooklyn

Precarity Beyond Paid Employment: Gender, Precariousness, and Life

Jennifer Cohen

,

University of Miami and University of Witwatersrand

Ecology, the Environment, and Energy

Paper Session

Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM (PST)

Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Old Town A

Hosted By: Union for Radical Political Economics

  • Chair: Paul Cooney, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE)
  • JEL Classifications
  • Q5 – Environmental Economics
  • Q4 – Energy

Marxism and Ecological Economics: An Assessment of the Past, Present, and Future

Paul Cooney

,

Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador (PUCE)

Energy and Social Reality: Can Social Ontology Provide Insight?

Lynne Chester

,

University of Sydney

“Home on the Range”: Integrating the Household and Ecology

Ann E. Davis

,

Marist College

The Political Economy of Environmental Conflicts: Collective Action as Informal Regulation

Ceren Soylu

,

University of Massachusetts-Amherst

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