URPE@Easterns 2021 Zoom schedule (with links to attend listed)

 

Friday February 26

 

8:00 AM–9:20 AM

 

  1.  The Political Economy of the Pandemic and Sanctions: China and the US

Session Chair: Junfu Zhao (Junfu.Zhao@utah.edu), Univ. of Utah

Organizer: Zhun Xu (zhun1949@gmail.com), John Jay college, CUNY

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83358652457?pwd=OFNKNnM4UTJ3N0ozc2IrUEI0VlZVdz09

 

Capital, Economic Power, and the Spread of Covid-19 in the US
Junfu Zhao (Junfu.Zhao@utah.edu), University of Utah

 

Building Social Infrastructure for Social Reproduction: A Feminist Inquiry into China’s COVID-19 Experiences
Zhongjin Li (lizhon@umkc.edu), Univ. Missouri Kansas City; Ying Chen (yingc@newschool.edu), The New School; Yang Zhan (yang.zhan@polyu.edu.hk), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

The political economy of the US sanctions against China
Zhun Xu (zhun1949@gmail.com), John Jay college, CUNY; Howard University; Fangfei Lin (teresalin13@gmail.com), Xinjiang University

 

Capital accumulation, inequality and development in post-Covid China
Zhun Xu (zhun1949@gmail.com), John Jay college, CUNY; Howard University

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Output and Growth

Session Chair: Brian James Hartley (hartb957@newschool.edu), The New School for Social Research

Session Sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83292616456?pwd=bUNyeGlVUHREL1RjOHE2bXBReFVxZz09

 

A sectoral approach to measuring output gap: Evidence from 20 US industries over 1948-2019.

Remzi Baris Tercioglu (tercr677@newschool.edu) The New School for Social Research

 

Are wage-led and profit-led regimes “identified moments”? Evidence for the postwar United States.

Brian James Hartley (hartb957@newschool.edu), The New School for Social Research

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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9:30 AM–10:50 AM

 

  1.  Aggregating Up: How Individual Actions and Decisions Contribute to and are Constrained by Macroeconomic Phenomenon in Four Distinct Spheres

Session Chair: Sai Mamunuru (sai@whitman.edu), Whitman College

Organizer: Amanda Page-Hoongrajok (apageh@gmail.com), Saint Peter’s University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85093089440?pwd=MTMzajh3VDR2NVdZWExxWmZuYWdOdz09

 

Declining female workforce participation in India: the role of status, caste and seclusion
Sai Mamunuru (sai@whitman.edu), Whitman College

 

What drove state-local government spending cuts during the recovery from the Great Recession?
Amanda Page-Hoongrajok (apageh@gmail.com), Saint Peter’s University

 

Lending to borrow: US Sovereign Debt as Collateral for Dollar Credit
Mariam Majd (mariam.majd@stockton.edu), Stockton University

 

Institutional Context and Capital-Labor Decision Making
Jackson Allison (jda12@stmarys-ca.edu), Saint Mary’s College of California

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Development, Land Use, and Extraction

Session Chair: Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

Organizer: Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84058267863?pwd=VkFIL2R5QWdYMTl3NGhlYmEwcnlNQT09

 

Reconceptualizing the Political Economy of Dispossession: Infrastructural Development and Value-Grabbing in Postcolonial Punjab, Pakistan
Danish Khan (danish.khan@fandm.edu), Franklin and Marshall College

 

Political Domination and Economic Dispossession of Farmers: The Case of Land Acquisition for Special Economic Zones in India
Kartik Misra (misrakartik1916@gmail.com), The University of the South- Sewanee

 

Costs, Property Rights and Control over Land
Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

 

Resource rents, public investment and economic development: The recent Bolivian experience
Raul Zelada-Aprili (raul.zeladaaprili@trincoll.edu), Trinity College

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1. 20.  Investment Studies

Session Chair: Serdal Bahce (sbahce@politics.ankara.edu.tr), Ankara University

Session Sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89050244320?pwd=OGZUKzRCemhrZkZ0V08weUVLYjFaUT09

 

Profitability and Capital Accumulation in the United States: Evidences from Firm-Based Data.

Serdal Bahce (sbahce@politics.ankara.edu.tr), Ankara University

 

Same same but different: A quantile regression approach to the rate of investment.

Doguhan Sundal (doguhan.sundal@utah.edu), University of Utah

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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11:00 AM–12:20 PM

 

  1.  Employing Active Learning Strategies in Fully Online Economics Courses

Session Chair: Anastasia Wilson (anastasw@gmail.com), Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Organizer: Amanda Page-Hoongrajok (apageh@gmail.com), Saint Peter’s University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86492918683?pwd=OVh1Y3lCcFFqMFdITmVxYk0rSFM3QT09

 

Teaching and motivating learning of mathematical economics methods online
Amal Ahmad (amaliye18@gmail.com), University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

Teaching introductory microeconomics using CORE: A Reflection
Sai Mamunuru (sai@whitman.edu), Whitman College

 

Teaching intermediate microeconomics: using active learning strategies in an online setting
Amanda Page-Hoongrajok (apageh@gmail.com), Saint Peter’s University

 

Radical Pandemic Pedagogy: Participatory Methods for Teaching Political Economy Virtually
Anastasia Wilson (anastasw@gmail.com), Hobart and William Smith Colleges

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Topics in Macro Political Economy

Session Chair: Michael Cauvel (michael.cauvel@maine.edu), University of Southern Maine

Organizer: Yun Kim (yk.kim@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts, Boston; Michael Cauvel (michael.cauvel@maine.edu), University of Southern Maine

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83103797282?pwd=MWV6cld4UmtBZ3R6N010ektGbUFkZz09

 

The Role of Disaggregation in Structural Models of Demand and Distribution
Michael Cauvel (michael.cauvel@maine.edu), University of Southern Maine; Yun Kim (yk.kim@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts, Boston; Robert Blecker (blecker@american.edu), American University

 

Bargaining Power, Inequality, and Structural Change in the U.S. Economy
Michael Cauvel (michael.cauvel@maine.edu), University of Southern Maine; Aaron Pacitti (apacitti@siena.edu), Siena College

 

Macro-financial Effects of Gross Capital Flows: A Monetary Perspective
Karsten Köhler (karsten.kohler@kcl.ac.uk), King’s College London

 

House Prices, Private Debt and the Macroeconomics of Comparative Political Economy
James Wood (jdw82@cam.ac.uk), University of Cambridge; Engelbert Stockhammer (engelbert.stockhammer@kcl.ac.uk), King’s College London

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Globalization, Communities, and Institutions

Session Chair: Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

Organizer: Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84063564483?pwd=MWc4TDkrL1l6aGQwNlMzWTV5ZWc1Zz09

 

Regional differences in gender gaps in employment and wages in urban India
Leila Gautham (lgautham@umass.edu), UMass Amherst

 

Crossroads in the Jungle: Chinese development finance meets environmental and social governance in the Amazon basin
Rebecca Ray (rray@bu.edu), Global Development Policy Center

 

Immigration Aversion Under Labor Bargaining
Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University; Nicholas Reksten (nicholas_reksten@redlands.edu), University of Redlands

 

Gentrification and Care
Alfredo Rosete (arosete@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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13:00 PM–14:20 PM

 

  1.  New Research in the Critical Political Economy of Labor

Session Chair: Luke Petach (luke.petach@belmont.edu), Belmont University

Organizer: Kirstin Munro (kirstin.munro@utrgv.edu), University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86119459909?pwd=UXJmUyttbS9kYXBFUkN6dU1kTXJVZz09

 

Social Reproduction Theory and the State: A Critique
Kirstin Munro (kirstin.munro@utrgv.edu), University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley

 

Work in the post-Fordist prison: reproducing people, prisons, and racial capitalism
Hannah Archambault (harchambault@gmail.com), University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

Superstars, the Performance Commodity, and Broadcasting
Luke Pretz (luke.pretz@gmail.com), University of Massachusetts – Amherst

 

The Rise of Guard Labor in the United States: Evidence from Local Labor Markets
Luke Petach (luke.petach@belmont.edu), Belmont University; Anastasia Wilson (anastasw@gmail.com), Hobart and William Smith Colleges

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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14:30 PM–15:50 PM

 

  1.  Technology Fix or Paradigm Shift?

Session Chair: Gregor Semieniuk (gsemieniuk@umass.edu), University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Organizer: Ann Elizabeth Davis (ann.davis@marist.edu), Marist College

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89323319980?pwd=Uk52eHBoUHdxTmxvZURicDFJNGszdz09

 

Ambiguity in resource intensity measures and decoupling
Gregor Semieniuk (gsemieniuk@umass.edu), University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Paradigm of Property and Environmental Implications
Ann Elizabeth Davis (ann.davis@marist.edu), Marist College

 

The Role of the Military in the Anthropocene
John Antonacci (Jantona2@binghamton.edu), Binghamton University

 

A regional place-based strategy for the Green New Deal: Breaking the neo-Trumpist coalition
Don Goldstein (dgoldste@allegheny.edu), Allegheny College

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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16:00 PM–17:20 PM
  1.  The Economic Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Session Chair: Pellegrino Manfra (pmanfra@qcc.cuny.edu), Queensborough Community College/City University New York

Organizer: Anil Duman (dumana@ceu.edu), Central European University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81534278824?pwd=M0VIWEp4RlNtdkVtWCs3Y1VKVEs5dz09

 

Latent Social Distancing: Identification, Causes and Consequences
Aykut Attar (maattar@hacettepe.edu.tr), Hacettepe University; Ayca Tekin-Koru (ayca.tekinkoru@tedu.edu.tr), TED University

 

Impact of the COVID-19 Outbreak on Turkey’s Economy and General Equilibrium Analysis of Policy Alternatives
Ebru Voyvoda (voyvoda@metu.edu.tr), Middle East Technical University; Erinc Yeldan (erinc.yeldan@khas.edu.tr), Kadir Has University

 

Wage Losses and Inequality in Developing Countries: Labor Market and Distributional Consequences of COVID-19 Lockdowns in Turkey
Anil Duman (dumana@ceu.edu), Central European University

 

An Intersectional Analysis of the COVID-19 Unemployment in the U.S.
Armagan Gezici (agezici@keene.edu), Keene State College; Ozge Ozay (oozay@fitchburgstate.edu), Fitchburg State University

 

 

  1.  Open Economies: Growth and Structure

Session Chair: Juan Santarcángelo (jsantar@gmail.com), conicet

Session Sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87462695592?pwd=ak4xWUdIQ0UxcXhzK2toektrcjF0dz09

 

Economic development through the lens of Marxism.

Juan Santarcángelo (jsantar@gmail.com), conicet

 

Reshaping the economic structure in Argentina: the role of external debt during the Macri administration (2015–2019)

Juan Manuel Padin (jmanuelpadin@gmail.com), Universidad Nacional de Quilmes

 

Classifying Growth Regimes in an Open Economy: External Orientation, Demand, Distribution and Economic Growth.

Arpan Ganguly (arpanganguly@gmail.com), University of Johannesburg

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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Saturday February 26

 

8:30 AM–9:50 AM

 

  1.  Innovation, Decarbonization, and Capitalism

Session Chair: Srishti Yadav (yadas719@newschool.edu), New School for Social Research

Organizer: Güney Işıkara (guneyisikara@nyu.edu), New York University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86830400389?pwd=TXkxK3IyaTdhemtyWkVGVjdZMVcvUT09

 

The Green Transition: Directed Technical Change Towards Decarbonization
Oriol Vallès Codina (oriol.vallescodina@ucl.ac.uk), UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose

 

Green Revolution in India: A Re-Examination
Srishti Yadav (yadas719@newschool.edu), New School for Social Research

 

Mobilizing Finance for Renewable Energy Investments
Jose Alejandro Coronado (ja.coronado912@gmail.com), UCL Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose; Mariana Mazzucato (iipp-dircos@ucl.ac.uk), UCL, Institute of Innovation and Public Purpose; Gregor Semieniuk (gsemieniuk@umass.edu), University of Massachusetts, Amherst

 

Beyond the Nation-state Narrative: An Empirical Inquiry into the Cross-Country and Cross-Income-Group Carbon Consumption Patterns
Güney Isikara (guneyisikara@nyu.edu), New York University; Ying Chen (yingc@newschool.edu), The New School

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Mini-Symposium in Honor of Thomas R. Michl, Session 1: Profit Rates, Unequal Exchange, and Technical Progress

Session Chair: Mark Setterfield (setterfm@newschool.edu), The New School for Social Research

 Organizer: Daniele Tavani (daniele.tavani@colostate.edu), Colorado State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83510812194?pwd=REpmUFYyT2VWekRKc1VOZUtJUjFkZz09

 

Stylized facts on the evolution of profit rates in the U.S.: Evidence from firm-level data
Leila Davis (leila.davis@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts Boston; Joao P. De Souza (Joao.Desouza@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts Boston

 

Structuralist Perspectives on Unequal International Exchange
Deepankar Basu (u@econs.umass.edu), University of Massachusetts Amherst; Ramaa Vasudevan (ramaa.vasudevan@colostate.edu), Colorado State University

 

Induced Technical Change and Income Distribution: the Role of Public R&D and Labor Market Institutions
Luca Zamparelli (luca.zamparelli@uniroma1.it), Sapienza University of Rome

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Economics and Society

Session Chair:  Jared M Ragusett (jaredr@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84364162367?pwd=R0dWVVE5ckt3Qm5lZTFMUHYyZW9Ldz09

 

Understanding the Post-Crisis Shift Towards Populism: A Teaching and Research Agenda.

Jared M Ragusett (jaredr@ccsu.edu), Central Connecticut State University

 

Unfreedoms of Speech in the Marketplace of Ideas.

Zoe Sherman (shermanz@merrimack.edu), Merrimack College

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

64a. Covid-19

Session Chair: Mark S. Silverman (msilverm@fandm.edu), Franklin & Marshall College

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85070434630?pwd=QWJFbGpWQ1ltWGJzSFVwcHF3aGsyUT09

 

COVID-19 and Cost-Benefit Analysis: On Valuing Life in a Pandemic

Mark S. Silverman (msilverm@fandm.edu), Franklin & Marshall College

 

Labor and the pandemic: A study on work, employment, and work situation

Lopamudra Banerjee (lbanerjee@bennington.edu), Bennington College; Snehashish Bhattacharya (snehashish@econ.sau.ac.in), South Asian University

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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10:00 AM–11:20 AM

 

  1.  Mini-Symposium in Honor of Thomas R. Michl, Session 2: Harrodian and Kaleckian Models

Session Chair: Robert Blecker (blecker@american.edu), American University

Organizer: Daniele Tavani (daniele.tavani@colostate.edu), Colorado State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85177246472?pwd=TE13SFFLQWF5azBwRkFYYW9FeXpGQT09

 

Harrodian and Kaleckians: a Suggested Reconciliation and Synthesis
Mark Setterfield (mark.setterfield@newschool.edu), The New School for Social Research

 

A Model of Growth and Distribution for the Long Run
Michalis Nikiforos (michail.nikiforos@unige.ch), University of Geneva

 

Microeconomic Behavior and Aggregate Consumption
Peter Skott (pskott@econs.umass.edu), University of Massachusetts Amherst

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Topics in Heterodox Economics I

Session Chair: Marwil Dávila (marwil_davila@hotmail.com), Bucknell University

Organizer: Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81400403888?pwd=RWc3RWdvUWtXWFVDc3pZdVBVRGdEQT09

 

Monetary Policy in the periphery: exchange rate determination under exogenous interest rates and elastic exchange rate expectations
Ricardo Summa, UFRJ (rifsumma@yahoo.com)Franklin Serrano (franklinserrano@gmail.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Gabriel Aidar (gabriel.aidar@gmail.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

 

Balance Sheet effects of a Currency Devaluation in a Financialized Environment: A Stock-Flow Consistent Framework for Mexico
Lorenzo Nalim (nalin.lorenzo@gmail.com), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico; Giuliano Toshiro Yajima (giuliano.yajima@uniroma1.it), Universita La Sapienza Roma

 

Balance-of-payments constrained growth and investment requirements: a stock-flow approach
Esteban Pérez Caldentey (esteban.perez@un.org), United Nations; Leonardo Rojas Rodriguez (leorojasrod@unal.edu.co), Universidad Nacional de Colombia

 

Discussants: Marwil Dávila (marwil_davila@hotmail.com), Bucknell University; Santiago José Gahn (santiagojose.gahn@uniroma3.it), Universita de la Sapienza Roma; Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

 

 

  1.  Finance

Session Chair: Mariko Lin Frame (marikoframe@yahoo.com), Merrimack College

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81104386164?pwd=TmFnYWMzT0o5NFBlNWxuc0dZRnJWdz09

 

Multilateral Institutions, Big Banks, Private Investors and Palm Oil: The Finance Capital Behind Ecological Imperialism

Mariko Lin Frame (marikoframe@yahoo.com), Merrimack College

 

The Financializaton of Housing, or the Housingification of Finance?

Francesca TC Manning (fmanning@gradcenter.cuny.edu), CUNY Graduate Center

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13:00 PM–14:20 PM

 

  1.  Mini-Symposium in Honor of Thomas R. Michl, Session 3: Perspectives on Inequality, Growth, and Policy

Session Chair: Codrina Rada (codrina.rada@economics.utah.edu), University of Utah

Organizer: Daniele Tavani (daniele.tavani@colostate.edu), Colorado State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84146879359?pwd=dkpXaWx2R1JsNUo5V0l5VkY5My9xdz09

 

Does Fiscal Consolidation Stand the Test of (In)Stability?
Gerard Dumenil (gerdumenil@gmail.com), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique; Dominique Levy (domi.levy@free.fr), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

 

Two class inequality in low inflation-low interest rate USA, 2004-2018
Rishabh Kumar (rishabh.kumar@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts Boston

 

Inequality and Long Run Interest Rates
Simon Mohun (s.mohun@qmul.ac.uk), Queen Mary University of London

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

  1.  Topics in Heterodox Economics II

Session Chair: Fabio Freitas (fabio@ie.ufrj.br), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Organizer: Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81367908320?pwd=OGl6VityUFRJYnJ5RVpuRU5zenVGUT09

 

How do you feel about going green? Environmental sentiments and the dynamic Harrod trade-multiplier
Marwil Dávila (marwil_davila@hotmail.com), Bucknell University

 

Covid19 in Rural America: Time, Space, and the Political Economy of Change

Christine Ngo, Bucknell University (cn012@bucknell.edu)

 

From Classical Liberalism to Neoliberalism: Bourgeois and Vulgar Economics Critically Interpreted
Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

 

Discussants: Fabio Freitas (fabio@ie.ufrj.br), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Lorenzo Nalim (nalin.lorenzo@gmail.com), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico; Esteban Pérez Caldentey (esteban.perez@un.org), United Nations

 

 

  1.  Contemporary Conjunction of Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Session Chair: Nina Eichacker (nina_eichacker@uri.edu), University of Rhode Island

Organizer: Tai Young-Taft (tyoungtaft@simons-rock.edu), Bard College at Simon’s Rock

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83943807392?pwd=UmY4eGlETUVVOHRZcHlDa2tuWk5HZz09

 

Power, Liquidity Preference, and Reswerve Asset Holding in the European Core and Periphery: Some Stylized Facts
Nina Eichacker (nina_eichacker@uri.edu), University of Rhode Island

 

Monetary and fiscal policy: Understanding and controlling a non-stationary system
Harold M. Hastings (hhastings@simons-rock.edu), Bard College at Simon’s Rock; Tai Young-Taft (tyoungtaft@simons-rock.edu), Bard College at Simon’s Rock

 

Incorporating the Government into Structural Approaches to Endogenous Money and Liquidity Preference: Fiscal Policy in the Money View of the Economy
Nina Eichacker (nina_eichacker@uri.edu), University of Rhode Island

 

Long Term Interest Rates and Productivity in the US, Eurozone, and Japan
Tai Young-Taft (tyoungtaft@simons-rock.edu), Bard College at Simon’s Rock; Harold M. Hastings (hhastings@simons-rock.edu), Bard College at Simon’s Rock

 

Discussants: Cody Couture (ccouture@uci.edu)

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14:30 PM–15:50 PM

 

  1.  Topics in Heterodox Economics III

Session Chair: Suranjana Nabar-Bhaduri (snabarbhaduri@frostburg.edu), Frostburg State University

Organizer: Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81191624703?pwd=Q1NkVW85Y09FUFRrUkk1aGJIOHhrdz09

 

Chile’s Thrust Towards Financial Fragility
Cristóbal Budnevich (cristobal.budnevich@hotmail.com), United Nations; Nicole Favreau Negront (nicole.favreau@un.org), United Nations; Esteban Pérez Caldentey (esteban.perez@un.org), United Nations

 

Stagnation Policy and the decline of the Brazilian economy since 2015
Julia de Medeiros Braga (jbraga@id.uff.br), Universidade Federal Fluminense; Franklin Serrano (franklinserrano@gmail.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

 

Upward Mobility or Downward Plunge? An Analysis of the Ground Realities of Job Creation in India
Suranjana Nabar-Bhaduri (snabarbhaduri@frostburg.edu), Frostburg State University

 

The Argentine Central Bank during convertibility (1991-2002)
Florencia Sember (florencia.sember@gmail.com), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

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16:00 PM–17:20 PM

 

  1.  Mini-Symposium in honor of Thomas R. Michl, Session 4: Secular Stagnation, Hysteresis, and Covid-19

Session Chair: Leila Davis (Leila.Davis@umb.edu), University of Massachusetts Boston

Organizer: Daniele Tavani (daniele.tavani@colostate.edu), Colorado State University

Session sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85111803824?pwd=RVcyRlNoQmVQaXJnYWJ1cjBGbDgwdz09

 

A Neo-Goodwinian Model of Secular Stagnation
Codrina Rada (rada@economics.utah.edu), University of Utah; Rudiger von Arnim (rudiger.vonarnim@utah.edu), University of Utah

 

An Estimation of Unemployment Hysteresis
Engelbert Stockhammer (engelbert.stockhammer@kcl.ac.uk), King’s College London

 

Pandemics and Aggregate Demand: a Framework for Policy Analysis

Peter Flaschel (pflaschel@uni-bielefeld.de), Giorgos Galanis (galanix@gmail.com), Daniele Tavani (daniele.tavani@colostate.edu), Roberto Veneziani (r.veneziani@qmul.ac.uk).

 

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  1.  Topics in Heterodox Economics IV

Session Chair: Ricardo Summa (rifsumma@yahoo.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Organizer: Matias Vernengo (mv012@bucknell.edu), Bucknell University

Session Sponsored by the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89607898789?pwd=eWdlUmkrNFJOUnVKL1VUZmoxeVh1dz09

 

Non-Capacity Creating Autonomous Demand and induced investment under separable distribution: the supermultiplier theory and extensions of the supermultiplier model
Ricardo Summa (rifsumma@yahoo.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Fabio Freitas (fabio@ie.ufrj.br), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Franklin Serrano (franklinserrano@gmail.com), Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

 

Patterns of Growth in a Structuralist Model: The Role of Real Exchange Rate and Industrial Policies”

Gabriel Porcile, ECLAC (jose.porcile@cepal.org), Danilo Spinola, United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) (sartorello@merit.unu.edu), and Giuliano Toshiro Yajima (giuliano.yajima@uniroma1.it), Universita La Sapienza Roma

 

On some macroeconomic implications of recent monetary policy interventions coping with the pandemic
Nancy Muller (nmuller@economia.unam.mx), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Juan Alberto Vázquez (juan.vazquez@correo.buap.mx), Benemerita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; Ignacio Perrotini (iph@unam.mx), Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

 

Discussants: Discussion among participants

 

 

 

 

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