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2017: Introduction to Post Keynesian Economics and Political Economy

Kingston University

Room None, KT1 2EE, Kingston upon Thames
5 Jul 2017 6 a.m. –7 Jul 2017 midnight

Political Economy Research Group (PERG) at Kingston University, Kingston University Rethinking Economics (KURE) and the Post Keynesian Economics Study Group (PKSG) are organising an introductory workshop to Post-Keynesian economics and Political Economy. The aim of the workshop is to give interested students an opportunity to learn about alternative approaches to economics beyond the neoclassical mainstream. 

 

Engelbert Stockhammer
King’s College London

Workshop Information

 Slides
Engelbert Stockhammer
King’s College London

Post Keynesian Economics, Introduction & overview

 Slides
Özlem Onaran
University of Greenwich

Aggregate demand, income distribution and the causes of unemployment

 Slides
Jo Michell
UWE Bristol

Money in the Economy: A Post-Keynesian Perspective

 Slides
Simon Mohun
Queen Mary, University of London

Introduction to Marxian Political Economy

 Slides
Antoine Godin
Kingston University

A monetary theory of production. An introduction to SFC modelling

 Slides
Ewa Karwowski
University of Hertfordshire

Development in Post Keynesian and Marxist theories

 Slides
Gary Dymski
University of Leeds

Post-Keynesian and Marxian Approaches to Economic Policy: Can Global Capitalism be Tamed?

 Slides

Organising committee

Ewa Karwowski, Kingston University, John Smith, Kingston University Rethinking Economics (KURE), Engelbert Stockhammer, Kingston University, Rafael Wildauer (email: r.wildauer@kingston.ac.uk), Kingston University, Gary Dymski, Leeds University