Marco Veronese Passarella

University of Leeds


Marco Veronese Passarella is a professor of economics at Link Campus University of Rome. He is also co-investigator, work-package coordinator and leader of the Leeds University Unit for the EU-funded project A JUst Transition to the Circular Economy (JUST2CE). He is a member of the “Collegio dei Docenti” of the Phd Programme in Social Sciences at University of Padua. He is mainly interested in macroeconomics, economic modelling, monetary economics, and theory of value and distribution.

Although Marco was trained as an orthodox economist, today he questions the dominant (scarcity-based) approach in economics. He advocates a different view, based on a macro-monetary reproduction paradigm. His economics pantheon includes David Ricardo, Karl Marx, Rosa Luxemburg, Joan Robinson, Nicholas Kaldor, Michal Kalecki, Piero Sraffa, Hyman Minsky, Richard Goodwin, Paolo Sylos-Labini, Wynne Godley and Augusto Graziani.

He is a member of the editorial staff of Economia e PoliticaReteaching Economics and the Italian Post-Keynesian Network.

Research interests

Agent-based models Applied Macroeconomics Circuit Theory Classical Political Economy Climate Change Complexity Economics Crisis Distribution and Growth Dynamics Ecological Economics Econometrics Economic Growth European Imbalances Financialisation Fiscal Policy Growth Theory Heterodox Economics History Of Economic Thought Hysteresis Income Distribution Income inequality Inequality Input-Output International Macroeconomics Macrodynamics Macroeconomic Dynamics Macroeconomic Policy Macroeconomics Marx Marxian Economics Minsky Monetary Economics Monetary Macroeconomics Monetary Policy Monetary Theory Multi-Sectorial Analysis National and Social Accounting Post-Keynesian Economics Post-Keynesian Growth Models Post-Keynesian Theory SFC Modelling Stock-Flow Consistent Modelling Structural Change