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The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - Causes and consequences of stagnation - Comparison of economic performance in different parts of the world - Role of regulatory, fiscal, monetary and labour market policies - Role of inequality, private and public debt and wealth -...
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - Causes and consequences of inequality and stagnation - Theory and empirics of the interlinkages between distribution and growth - Possibilities and limitations of regulatory and fiscal policy - Long-run perspectives of capitalist...
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - The theory of employment and unemployment - Possibilities and limitations of monetary and fiscal policy - Labour market institutions, active labour market policies, and decent jobs - Industrial policy, productivity and...
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - The relationship between microeconomics and macroeconomics - Implications of experimental and behavioural microeconomics for alternative macroeconomics - Towards a more coherent post-Keynesian paradigm - Institutional impediments...
The workshop will take place on the first day of the annual conference of the network on ‘The State of Economics after the Crisis’, 25 – 27 October 2012, Berlin.
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - Global imbalances after the crisis - High debt of firms, governments and households and economic dynamics - Macroeconomic imbalances and public debt in the euro area - Macroeconomic and distributional implications of fiscal...
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: - Global imbalances after the crisis - High debt of firms, governments and households and economic dynamics - Macroeconomic imbalances and public debt in the euro area - Macroeconomic and distributional implications of fiscal...
The summer school aims at providing an introduction to Post-Keynesian economics and to the problems of European economic policies as well as presenting some ongoing research to interested graduate students (MA and PhD) and junior researchers. It will consist of overview lectures, a panel...
Minsky's question of how to stabilise an unstable economy is obviously of renewed importance today. But are the present policies merely stabilising an unsustainable accumulation regime based on income polarisation and the dominance of financial markets? What are the economic and political...
The submission of papers in the following areas is encouraged: • Global imbalances and the current crisis • Financial crisis, real crisis and the risks of depression and deflation • Paradigm shift in macroeconomics – the return of Keynesianism? • Economic policy reactions and the...
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