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Upcoming Events Past Events Professional Meeting Appearances

2006 9th International Post Keynesian Conference
Save the Date! Conference Website
September 15-18, 2006
Kansas City, Missouri USA

hosted by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability and the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics


 

2006 Interdisciplinary Graduate Summer Workshop
Save the Date! Graduate Summer Workshop
June 18-24, 2006
Kansas City, Missouri USA


 

Eighth International Post Keynesian Workshop

Summer School: June 19-26, 2004
Conference: June 26-29, 2004
Kansas City, Missouri USA

hosted by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability and the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics

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The Nature, Origins, and Role of Money
International Conference

March 31 - April 1, 2004
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
hosted by the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability and
the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics

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June 22 - July 3, 2002
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Seventh International Post Keynesian Workshop
Summer School - June 22-28
Conference - June 29-July 3
hosted by the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability and
the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics

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May 28, 2002
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Workshop: "The State of the World Economy" - Analysis and Prospects

with:
William F. Mitchell - Center of Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle
Warren Mosler - AVM, Ltd.
Stephanie Bell - Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, UMKC
L. Randall Wray - Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, UMKC




June 23-28, 2001
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
The AFEE/UMKC Economics Summer School
Institutionalist Perspectives on the "New Economy" and "Globalization"
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June 14-15, 2001
University of Newcastle
New South Wales, Australia
The 3rd Path to Full Employment Conference 2001
Organized by: The Center for Full Employment and Equity (CofFEE)

Among the Participants:

Malcolm Sawyer, Economics Group, Leeds University Business School, U.K.
Sumner Rosen, Vice-Chair, National Jobs for All Coalition and Emeritus Professor of Social Welfare Policy, Columbia University
Nancy Rose, California State University - San Bernardino
L. Randall Wray, CFEPS, University of Missouri - Kansas City
Mathew Forstater, CFEPS, University of Missouri - Kansas City
Warren Mosler, AVM Funds Management, Florida
Jan Kregel, University of Bologna
Joan Muysken, University of Maastricht, Netherlands
Miriam Altman, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Raja Junanker, UWS, Sydney, Australia
John Nevile and Peter Kriesler, UNSW, Sydney, Australia
John Burgess and Doug Biddle, CofFEE, Australia
Bill Mitchell, CofFEE, Australia

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May 02, 2001
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
The Economic Conditions and Prospects for China
A roundtable with special guest Dr. Gao Shangquan from China
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April 16-18, 2001
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Edward J. Nell
Distinguished Visiting Scholar from the New School for Social Research
April 16:
"The Theory of Growth of Demand"

April 17:
"Effective Demand and the Employer of Last Resort" and
Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Student Seminar: "Transformational Growth and Critical Realism"

April 18:
"On the Theoretical Integration of Keynes and Sraffa: Challenges and Possibilities"
with Frederic S. Lee, UMKC
moderated by Mathew Forstater, UMKC

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March 19-20, 2001
Sheraton Oceanfront
Single Island and Mosler Residence
Jupiter Island, Florida
The Limits of Central Banking
Organized by Warren Mosler and the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability

Participants:

Karim Basta
Mathew Forstater
Charles Goodhart
Jan Kregel
Basil Moore
Stephen Moore - Stephen Moore, Director of Fiscal Policy Studies at the Cato Institute, is a well-known analyst of Wathington's economic and budgetary affairs, His strategies aimed at achieving economic growth, fundamental tax reform, and smaller government directly challenge Washington's conventional wisdom. Moore advocates alimination of the income tax, privatization, and new constitutional restraints on government spending. His articles appear in major newspapers across the country, and he is a frequent guest on television and radio talk shows. Before joining Cato in 1990, Moore served as Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Budgetary Affairs at the Heritage Foundation and as research coordinator for President Reagan's National Commission on Privatization. He is also a contributing editor of National Review and served on Time magazine's board of economic advisors. Moore is on leave from the Cato Institute in 2000 to serve as president of the Club for Growth.
Warren Mosler
Edward J. Nell
Thomas E. Nugent
Thomas Palley
Alain Parguez - Alain Parguez is Professor of Economics at the University of Franche-Compté, Besan&ccecil;on (France) and is associated with the Economics Department at the University of Ottawa. He has worked extensively on developing a genuine general theory of capitalism, that is a monetary production economy, which he labeled the Theory of the Monetary Circuit. He has written extensively on monetary policy, crisis theory and economic policy, including many articles on the impact of austerity measures, which he believes are the cause of world crises. He was the editor of Monnaie et Production, and has written numerous articles and books. He is currently writing a book on the General Theory of the Monetary Circuit.
Mario Seccareccia
Clifford G. Viner - Clifford G. Viner co-founded Adams, Viner & Mosler, an NASD Broker/Dealer specializing in institutional clients, in 1983. Mr. Viner also co-founded III in 1982. III currently has $1.1 billion in capital and employs a market-neutral, zero-duration strategy. III has over $30 billion in assets and liabilities. III has been rated first by MAR in risk-adjusted performance of all funds in the 1 year, 3 year, and 5 year categories. From 1980 to 1984, Mr. Viner was a government securities trader and salesman for William Blair & Company, Chicago, Illinois. From 1975 to 1980 he was a portfolio manager for six mutual funds. From 1972 to 1975, Mr. Viner was an analyst with Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance. Mr. Viner holds an M.B.A. (1972) from the Wharton School of Finance of the University of Pennsylvania and a B.S. (1970) from the University of Pennsylvania.
L. Randall Wray

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November 28-30, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Gary Dymski
Urban Economist, University of California - Riverside International Researcher, National Authority, Honored Teacher, and Engaged Scholar
November 28:
"The American City at the Turn of the Century: New Directions in Public Policy and Interdisciplinary Research"

November 29:
"Is There Equal Opportunity in the Credit Market? Racial Discrimination and Bank Consolidation in the U.S."

November 30:
"Empirical Studies of Racial Inequality in Access to Credit as a Benchmark for Policy Responses to America's Historical Legacy of Slavery - Compensating for Racial Exploitation"

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November 17, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Jan A. Kregel
UMKC Visiting Distinguished Research Professor and United Nations Financial Expert
"Global Economic Growth and Imbalances: Launching the United Nations Trade and Development Report, 2000"
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October 26-27, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Alain Parguez
(Universite de Franche comte, Besancon, France; and the University of Ottawa, Canada)
October 26:
"The Economic Consequences of the Fiscal Surplus"

October 27:
"What is the Theory of the Monetary Circuit in Understanding the Role of Modern Money?"

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October 18, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
The Promise of Public Work -- Beyond a Paycheck: Meaningful Work and the Rebirth of Democracy
A Workshop on Public Service Employment and Community Development with special guest Harry Boyte (Center for Democracy and Citizenship, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota)
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October 06, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
James K. Galbraith
(University of Texas - Austin)
"The Evolution of Inequality in the Age of Globalization"
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June 23-28, 2000
Knoxville, Tennessee
The Sixth International Post Keynesian Workshop
Organized by The Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (JPKE) and the Center for Full Employment and Price Stability
Among the participants:

Philip Arestis, South Bank Business School, U.K.
Fernando Cavalho, Brazil
David Colander, Middleberg College, Vermont
William Darity, Jr., University of North Carolina
Paul Davidson, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Domenico Delli Gatti, Universita Cattolica - Milan, Italy
David Dequech, Brazil
Stephen Dunn, Economic and Operational Res. Department of Health, U.K.
Gary Dymski, University of California - Riverside
Steven Fazzari, Washington University - St. Louis, MO
Guiseppe Fontana, Leeds University Business School, U.K.
Mathew Forstater, University of Missouri - Kansas City
James K. Galbraith, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas - Austin
Ric Holt, Southern Oregon State University
Marc Lavoie, University of Ottawa, Canada
Basil Moore, Wesleyan University, Connecticut
Warren Mosler, AVM Funds Management, Florida
Chris Niggle, University of Redlands
Thomas Pelly, AFL-CIO Public Policy, Washington, DC
Luigi Pasinetti, Universita Cattolica - Milan, Italy
Marc-Andre Pigeon, Jerome Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, New York
Malcolm Sawyer, Leeds University Business School, U.K.
Nina Shapiro, New Jersey
L. Randall Wray, University of Missouri - Kansas City

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March 09, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Frederic S. Lee
(De Montfort University, England)
"Cartels in Action: Case Study of Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry, 1865-1880"
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March 13, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Frederic S. Lee
(De Montfort University, England)
"Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression"
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February 28, 2000
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Jan A. Kregel
(United Nations)
"Development Policy after the Seattle WTO Fiasco: a Reassessment"
For more details, click here.



January 07-09, 2000
Boston
Massachusetts, USA
Annual Meeting of the National Economic Association in conjunction with the meetings of the Allied Social Science Association
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December 02-03, 1999
Centre of Full Employment and Equity
The University of Newcastle
Australia
The Second Annual Path to Full Employment Conference
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Wednesday, November 10, 1999
Haag Hall 301
5100 Rockhill Road
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Paul Davidson
J. F. Holly Chair of Excellence in Political Economy, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
"Is a Plumber of a Financial Architect Needed to End International Liquidity Problems Such as the Recurring Currency Crises of the 1990's?"
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Wednesday, October 20, 1999
Royall Hall 111
800 E 52nd Street
UMKC
Kansas City, Missouri
Robert Heilbroner
Norman Thomas, Professor of Economics Emeritus and Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, New School for Social Research, New York
"The 'End' of the Worldly Philosophy?"
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