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Δύο πρόσφατα άρθρα στον Gurdian που επικρίνουν την κυριαρχία των Ορθόδοξων Οικονομικών στα πανεπιστημιακά προγράμματα και στις οικονομικές αναλύσεις

Mainstream economics is in denial: the world has changed

Despite the crash, the high priests of economics refuse to look at the big picture – and continue to prop up world elites

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Karl Marx: time he went back on the syllabus? Photograph: Alamy

Rebellions aren’t meant to kick off in lecture theatres – but I saw one last Thursday night. It was small and well-read and it minded its Ps & Qs, and I think I shall remember it for some time.

We’d gathered at Downing College, Cambridge, to discuss the economic crisis, although the quotidian misery of that topic seemed a world away from the honeyed quads and endowment plush of this place.

Equally incongruous were the speakers. The Cambridge economist Victoria Bateman looked as if saturated fat wouldn’t melt in her mouth, yet demolished her colleagues. They’d been stupidly cocky before the crash – remember the 2003 boast from Nobel prizewinner Robert Lucas that the «central problem of depression-prevention has been solved»? – and had learned no lessons since. Yet they remained the seers of choice for prime ministers and presidents. She ended: «If you want to hang anyone for the crisis, hang me – and my fellow economists.»

What followed was angry agreement. On the night before the latest growth figures, no one in this 100-strong hall used the word «recovery» unless it was to be sarcastic. Instead, audience members – middle-aged, smartly dressed and doubtless sizably mortgaged – took it in turn to attack bankers, politicians and, yes, economists. They’d created the mess everyone else was paying for, yet they’d suffered no retribution.

In one of the world’s elite institutions, the elites were taking a pasting – from accountants, entrepreneurs and academics. They knew what they were on about, too. Given his turn on the mic, one biologist said: «I’ll believe economists have reformed when the men behind Black and Scholes [the theory that helps traders value financial derivatives] have been stripped of their Nobel prizes.»

One of the central facts of post-crash Britain is that the elites still hold power, but no longer command the credibility to wield it. You see that when Russell Brand talks on Newsnight about the corrupt lilliputian world of Westminster, and the various YouTube clips total more than 3m views. And I certainly saw it in Cambridge.

Like all the other plebs in Britain – whether on minimum wage, or a five-figure salary – the people in that lecture theatre had been told for decades to trust the politicians, policymakers and employers to provide the jobs, the houses and pensions, and the prospects for their kids. In the wake of the biggest economic rupture since the 1930s, they’re evidently no longer so willing to extend that trust.

But at the same time, the elites – whether in Whitehall or the City – remain in charge. Looking at mainstream economists gives us as good an idea as any as to how reform has been warded off.

As Bateman points out, by rights these PhD-armed boosters of The Great Moderation should have been widely discredited after the crash. After all, the most significant thing to emerge from academic economics in the past five years has not been any piece of research, but the superb documentary Inside Job, in which film-maker Charles Ferguson showed how some of the best minds at American universities had been paid by Big Finance to produce research helping Big Finance.

Yet look around at most of the major economics degree courses and neoclassical economics – that theory that treats humans as walking calculators, all-knowing and always out for themselves, and markets as inevitably returning to stability – remains in charge. Why? In a word: denial. The high priests of economics refuse to recognise the world has changed.

In his new book, Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste, the US economist Philip Mirowski recounts how a colleague at his university was asked by students in spring 2009 to talk about the crisis. The world was apparently collapsing around them, and what better forum to discuss this in than a macroeconomics class. The response? «The students were curtly informed that it wasn’t on the syllabus, and there was nothing about it in the assigned textbook, and the instructor therefore did not wish to diverge from the set lesson plan. And he didn’t.»

Something similar is going on at Manchester University, where as my colleague Phillip Inman reported last week, economics undergraduates are petitioning their tutors for a syllabus that acknowledges there are other ways to view the world than as a series of algebraic problem sets. I was puzzled by this: did that mean Smith, Marx and Malthus weren’t taught? Yes, I was told, by final-year undergraduate Cahal Moran: in development studies. What about Joseph Schumpeter and his theory of creative destruction? Oh, he gets a mention – but literally only a mention.

This isn’t all the tutors’ fault: when you have to lecture to 400 students at once, it’s hard to find time and space to go off-piste. But the result is that economics students come out of exam halls and go off to government departments or the City with exactly the same toolkit that just five years ago produced a massive crash.

Economics ought to be a magpie discipline, taking in philosophy, history and politics. But heterodox approaches have long since been banished from most faculties, claims Tony Lawson. In the 1970s, when he started teaching at Cambridge, the economics faculty still boasted legends such as Nicky Kaldor and Joan Robinson. «There were big debates, and students would study politics, the history of economic thought.» And now? «Nothing. No debates, no politics or history of economic thought and the courses are nearly all maths.»

How do elites remain in charge? If the tale of the economists is any guide, by clearing out the opposition and then blocking their ears to reality. The result is the one we’re all paying for.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/oct/28/mainstream-economics-denial-world-changed

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Economics students need to be taught more than neoclassical theory

University syllabuses for economics are stuck on an outdated model. There are other schools of thought worth learning about

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‘Neoclassical economics is the mainstream and it is vital for economics students to understand it … However, it does not comprise the whole of economics and nor should it.’ Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian

Would the ordinary person regard how economics students are educated as a significant political issue? Probably not, but the way economics students are educated has much wider implications for society than is commonly imagined.

Every year thousands of economics graduates take jobs in the City, thinktanks and at the heart of government itself. Economics is highly technical and often mathematical, and this elevates economists to a position of expertise from which they mediate economic analysis to the British public. They are the guardians of our economy, charged with its upkeep, and they play an important role in shaping political narratives around economics. Yet British universities are producing economics graduates who are not fit for this purpose.

The financial crisis represents the ultimate failure of this education system and of the academic discipline as a whole. Economics education is dominated by neoclassical economics, which tries to understand the economy through modelling individual agents. Firms, consumers and politicians face clear choices under conditions of scarcity, and must allocate their resources in order to satisfy their preferences. Different agents meet through a market, where the mathematical formulae that characterise their behaviour interact to produce an «equilibrium». The theory emphasises the need for micro-foundations, which is a technical term for basing your model of the whole economy on extrapolating from individual behaviour.

Economists using this mainstream economic theory failed to predict the crisis spectacularly. Even the Queen asked professors at LSE why nobody saw it coming. Now five years on, after a bank bailout costing hundreds of billions, unemployment peaking at 2.7 million and plummeting wages, economics syllabuses remain unchanged.

The Post-Crash Economics Society is a group of economics students at the University of Manchester who believe that neoclassical economic theory should no longer have a monopoly within our economics courses. Societies at Cambridge, UCL and LSE have been founded to highlight similar issues and we hope this will spread to other universities too. At the moment an undergraduate, graduate or even a professional economist could easily go through their career without knowing anything substantive about other schools of thought, such as post-Keynesian, Austrian, institutional, Marxist, evolutionary, ecological or feminist economics. Such schools of thought are simply considered inferior or irrelevant for economic «science».

We are taught to memorise and regurgitate neoclassical economic theories and models. Our tutorials consist of copying problem sets off the board and critical discussion is non-existent. We studied our modules and found out that only 11 out of 48 even mentioned the words «critical», «evaluate» or «compare» in their course guides. Eighteen out of 50 of our modules have 50% or more of their marks awarded by multiple-choice exam and in nine of these it is more than 90%. This, combined with the fact that economics students don’t have the option to do a dissertation, means that many accept economics as truth, rather than as contested theory.

When we raise these issues with our economics professors, many of them argue that mainstream economics is dominant because it is academically superior. At our first event, our old head of economics suggested that many of these schools of thought were disproven in the same way the «tobacco smoke enema» was not an accepted medical technique anymore.

Manchester used to have one of the most diverse economics departments in the country. This was reflected in a broader undergraduate syllabus, with modules such as comparative economic theory available to students. A major driver of nationwide economics department «ethnic cleansing», as one Manchester professor puts it, is the Research Excellence Framework (how the government allocates research funding to universities). Every four years a panel of leading academics grade economics journals from 4 stars to 0 depending on their academic quality. The problem is that there are no recognisably non-mainstream economists on this panel and the grading is done behind closed doors with only institutional results published. Because of this the highest graded journals are all neoclassical and universities must hire academics who subscribe to this school of thought.

Despite this dominance, the few who did predict the financial crisis were economists from non-mainstream backgrounds. This clearly shows that alternatives have much to contribute to the discipline of economics. Neoclassical economics is the mainstream and it is vital for economics students to understand it, and there are reasons it has proved so alluring to so many great minds. While in recent decades it has often been used to advocate free markets, it can be used to argue for a socialist economy, and indeed was in the 1930s. So it doesn’t necessarily restrict us to a single political viewpoint. However, it does not comprise the whole of economics – and nor should it. This is not about ideology, it is about improving economics education.

We propose that neoclassical theory be taught alongside and in conjunction with a broad variety of other schools of thought consistently throughout the undergraduate degree. In this way the discipline is opened up to critical discussion and evaluation. How well do different schools explain economic phenomena? Which assumptions should we build our models upon? Should we believe that markets are inherently self-stabilising or does another school of thought explain reality better? When economists are taught to think like this, all of society will benefit and more economists will see the next crisis coming. Critical pluralism opens up possibilities and the imagination.

The current state of affairs is not good enough. Our classmates tell us that they are embarrassed when their family and friends ask them to explain the causes of the current crisis and they can’t. One of our professors was told that he should follow the dominant research agenda or move to the business school or politics department. Another was told that if he stayed he would be «left to wither on the vine». This situation is reflected in economics departments across the country – it is national problem. Economics academia can and should be better than this, and that’s why we are calling for change.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/oct/28/economics-students-neoclassical-theory

 

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Πρόσκληση υποβολής εισηγήσεων στο 3ο Συνέδριο με θέμα: «Η Ελληνική οικονομία και η πολιτική των Μνημονίων: κατάσταση και προοπτικές»

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Η Επιστημονική Εταιρεία Πολιτικής Οικονομίας (ΕΕΠΟ) διοργανώνει το 3ο συνέδριο της και καλεί για την υποβολή προτάσεων για εισηγήσεις. Το συνέδριο έχει ως κεντρικό θέμα «Η Ελληνική οικονομία και η πολιτική των Μνημονίων: κατάσταση και προοπτικές» αλλά επίσης δέχεται προτάσεις εισηγήσεων για κάθε άλλο θέμα της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας (θεωρητικά και εμπειρικά προβλήματα, ιστορία της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας, Ελληνική και Διεθνή οικονομία, θεωρίες κρίσεων κλπ.).

Το κεντρικό θέμα του συνεδρίου αφορά την κατάσταση και τις προοπτικές της Ελληνικής οικονομίας μετά από σχεδόν τέσσερα χρόνια εφαρμογής της πολιτικής των Μνημονίων Ευρωπαϊκής Ένωσης (ΕΕ) – Διεθνούς Νομισματικού Ταμείου (ΔΝΤ) και Ευρωπαϊκής Κεντρικής Τράπεζας (ΕΚΤ). Το μέγεθος της οικονομίας έχει ήδη συρρικνωθεί κατά το ένα τέταρτο, οι μισθοί του δημόσιου και του ιδιωτικού τομέα έχουν μειωθεί ακόμη περισσότερο, η φτώχεια και οι κοινωνικές ανισότητες έχουν επιδεινωθεί αισθητά, η επίσημα καταγεγραμμένη ανεργία πλησιάζει το 30% ενώ το χρέος της χώρας παραμένει πάντα σε εξαιρετικά υψηλά επίπεδα. Τα επίσημα και κυβερνητικά κέντρα και η μεγάλη πλειοψηφία των απόψεων που εκπορεύονται από τα Ορθόδοξα Οικονομικά διατείνονται ότι το πρόγραμμα των Μνημονίων ΕΕ-ΔΝΤ-ΕΚΤ, μετά από διαδοχικές αποτυχίες και αναθεωρήσεις, επιτέλους επιτυγχάνει τους στόχους του και η έξοδος της Ελληνικής οικονομίας από την κρίση αρχίζει να γίνεται ορατή. Από την άλλη πλευρά οι απόψεις που εκπορεύονται από τα διάφορα ρεύματα της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας έχουν συστηματικά υποστηρίξει ότι το πρόγραμμα των Μνημονίων οδηγεί την οικονομία βαθύτερα στην κρίση, ότι επιδεινώνει δραματικά την θέση της μεγάλης κοινωνικής πλειονότητας (των εργαζομένων) και ότι δεν διαφαίνεται μία σύντομη έξοδος από την κρίση. Το 3ο Συνέδριο της ΕΕΠΟ έχει ως στόχο την συζήτηση αυτού του φλέγοντος θέματος τόσο από θεωρητική όσο και από εμπειρική σκοπιά.

Οι εισηγήσεις που θα ανήκουν σε άλλη θεματολογία θα ομαδοποιηθούν σε αντίστοιχες συνεδρίες.

Κρίσιμες ημερομηνίες

Το 3ο Συνέδριο της ΕΕΠΟ θα διεξαχθεί στο Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών, στις 10-11 Δεκεμβρίου 2013 με την ευγενική υποστήριξη του Τμήματος Διοίκησης Επιχειρήσεων του Πανεπιστημίου Πατρών.

Η προθεσμία για την υποβολή προτάσεων για εισηγήσεις λήγει στις 31 Οκτωβρίου 2013.

Τα πλήρη κείμενα των εισηγήσεων θα πρέπει να σταλούν στην οργανωτική επιτροπή μέχρι τις 8 Δεκεμβρίου 2013 για να αναρτηθούν στην ιστοσελίδα του συνεδρίου.

Οι προτάσεις για εισηγήσεις και τα πλήρη κείμενα πρέπει να αποσταλούν στον Γ.Οικονομάκη (Τμήμα Διοίκησης Επιχειρήσεων, Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών) στην ηλεκτρονική διεύθυνση: economak@otenet.gr.

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2ο Συνέδριο της ΕΕΠΟ

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Το 2ο Συνέδριο της ΕΕΠΟ έγινε το 2010 στο Πανεπιστήμιο Κρήτης στο Ρέθυμνο. Ήταν ένα διεθνές συνέδριο που συνδιοργανώθηκε με το International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy (IIPPE). Το θέμα του συνεδρίου ήταν “Πέρα από την κρίση” ( ‘Beyond the crisis’) και συμμετείχαν πολλοί έλληνες και ξένοι οικονομολόγοι.

Conference Programme

“Beyond the Crisis”

10-12 September 2010, Rethymno, Crete, Greece

IIPPE & Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy

 

Friday, September 10, 2010 (University Campus)

 

Registration (FRI 17:00 ~ 19:00)

Plenary 1 – The Future of Political Economy (FRI 19:00 ~ 21:00)

Reception Buffet (FRI 21:00)

 

 

Saturday, September 11, 2010 (University Campus)

 

Parallel Sessions 1 (SAT 09:00 ~ 11:00)

Finance 1

Theoretical Perspectives 1: Methodology in Crisis

 

Crisis 1

Causes of the Crisis: From Instability of the Capitalist Economy to Crisis

System of Accumulation 1

Theory 1: Approaches to Systems of Accumulation

Value 1

Marxist Analysis of the U.S. Economy: Empirical Studies

Development 1

Definining «Development»: On the Theory, Ethics and Practices of «Development»

Political Economy of Work 1

Working Time, Labour Markets, and the Labour Process

Socialism 1

Envisioning (Aspects of) Socialism

Greek Poverty 1

Measuring Absolute Poverty in Greece: Methodological and Empirical Issues

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J.S.L. McCombie and M. Pike
The End of the New Consensus in Macroeconomics: A Methodological Inquiry

Alessandro Vercelli
Economy and Economics: The Twin Crises

Eduardo Strachman and José Ricardo Fucidji
The Current Financial and Economic Crisis: Empirical and Methodological Issues

Jan Toporowski
Marx’s Grundrisse And The Monetary Business Cycle

Spyros Lapatsioras, Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos and John Milios
Marxist Theory, Financial System and Crisis of 2008

Tarrit Fabien
A Marxian Interpretation of the Current World Economic Crisis

Adewole Musiliu Adeolu
Institutional and Political Origins of Global Economic Crisis

Terrence McDonough
Marx and Long Wave Theory

Lotta Takala-Greenish and Nicolas Pons-Vignon
Evaluating the Regulation and Social Systems of Accumulation Approaches in the Context of the South African System of Accumulation

Andy Higginbottom
The System of Accumulation in South Africa: Theories of Imperialism and Capital

George Economakis, Alexis Anastasiadis and Maria Markaki
An Empirical Investigation on the US Economic Performance from 1929 to 2008

Sergio Cámara Izquierdo
Short- and Long-Term Dynamics of the US Profit Rate in the Current Crisis

Victor Kasper, Jr.
Simulations from a Marxist Macroeconomic Model with Implications for the Stock, Bond and Real Estate Markets in the US 2008-2010

John Marangos
The Post Keynesian Response to the “After Washington Consensus”

Nikos Astroulakis
The Political Economy of Development Ethics

Arup Mahartna
Development of What? On the Political Economy of Development Economics

Lucia Pradella
Keynes and Marx in the Face of the Crisis

Elena Papagiannaki
Rising Unpaid Overtime: A Critical Approach to Existing Theories

Grigoris Zarotiadis
Rediscovering the Labor Demand and Supply: Considerations for a Multiple Equilibrium Labor Market

Vardalachakis Ioannis, Pavlidou Nelly and Tsaliki Persefoni
Technological Change, Labour Skills and Unemployment

 

Al Campbell
Preliminary Reflections on the Hardest Part of Building Socialism – Building Participatory Democracy in order to Transcend It

George Liagouras
Envy, Happiness and Socialism: From Marx to Durkheim and from Durkheim to us

Hugo Radice
Renewing Democratic Socialism

Pat Devine
Mediating Our Relationship with the Economy and Non-Human Nature: Socialism as Self-Government via Civil Society and the State

Yannis Bassiakos, George Lamprinidis, Thanasis Maniatis and Costas Passas
Issues in Measuring Absolute Poverty

Yannis Bassiakos, Aris Oikonomou, Marianna Papadopoulou and Costas Passas
A New Approach in Defining and Measuring Needs: The Case of Housing in Greece

George Lamprinidis, Thanasis Maniatis, Aris Oikonomou and Marianna Papadopoulou
A Treatise on Social Needs and Estimation of Their Fulfillment: The Categories of Nutrition, Clothing and Footwear, Transportation

Coffee Break  (SAT, 11:00 ~ 11:15)

Parallel Sessions 2 (SAT, 11:15 ~ 13:15)

Finance 2

Theoretical Perspectives 2: Alternative Approaches

Crisis 2

Interpretations of the Crisis (1): Marxist Perspectives

System of Accumulation 2

Natural Resources and Systems of Accumulation

Value 2

Methodological Issues in Measuring the Economy with Some Applications

Development 2

Political Economy of Development in India: Micro, Macro and Meso Perspectives

Political Economy of Work 2

Employment and Employment Relations: Country Case Studies

Socialism 2

Labour Resistance – Turkey

Greek Poverty 2

The Political Economy of Inequality and Poverty in the EU: The Role of Macroeconomic Environment, Economic Growth and Welfare State

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Thodoris Koutsobinas
Reconciling Liquidity-Preference, Q-Theory And Default Theory: Towards An Integrated Theoretical Framework Of The Current International Financial Crisis

Ayşe Özden Birkan
Inflation Targeting In An Import Dependent Indebted Economy

Jo Michell
Stock-Flow Consistent Modelling: The Limits to Formality

Nina Kaltenbrunner
Financial Flows and Financial Structure: Traders’ Views on Exchange Rate Dynamics in Emerging Markets

Michael Roberts
The Causes of the Great Recession: Mainstream and Heterodox Interpretations and the Cherry Pickers

John Milios and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos
Marxist Approaches to Economic Crises

Sergio Cámara Izquierdo and Abelardo Mariña Flores
Characterization and Perspectives of the Current Crisis: A Marxist Structural Approach

Cédric Durand
The Crisis as a Revealer of the Russian Resources-Based “Exportist” Capitalism

Kristian Lasslett 
Violence, Security and Natural Resources in Papua New Guinea: A Systems of Accumulation Approach

Rémy Herrera and Paulo Nakatani
Oil Economy and Structural Changes in Venezuela

 

Simon Mohun
What is the Current Crisis a Crisis of?

Passas Costas
Productive and Unproductive Labour in the Greek Economy: 1987-2007

Dimitris Paitaridi
Empirical Estimates of Marxian Categories in Value and Market Price Terms: The Case of Japan, 1973–2006

Chiara Mariotti
The Polavaram Dam in Andhra Pradesh as a case of inclusion through Dispossession

Mritiunjoy Mohanty
India’s ‘Tryst with Destiny’: The Choices We Make – A Political Economy Framework for the Analysis of Growth

Sandhya Balasubrahmanyam
The Political Economy of Rent Creation – A Study of the Indian Telecom Sector

Praveen Verma
Political Economy of Employment: Case Study of Rural Employment in India, Social Composition and Exclusion

Satoshi Miyamura
Convergence and Divergence in the ‘Standard/ Non-Standard’ Employment Relations Debate: With Particular Reference to Japan and India

Özge İzdeş
Who Carries the Burden Of The Crises in Turkish Manufacturing Sector? Analysis on Gendered Employment Outcomes

Metin Ozugurlu
Tekel Resistance: Reminiscenses on Class Struggle

Duygu Turk
AKP versus TEKEL: Hegemony, Democracy, Resistance

Ferda Donmez Atbasi
Privatization: The Latest Regime of Accumulation in Turkey?

Y Dafermos and Ch Papatheodorou
The Impact of Economic Growth and Social Protection on Inequality and Poverty: Empirical Evidence from EU Countries

J. Marangos and N.Astroulakis
Basic Income Guarantee and Minimum Income Guaranteed Policies in the European Union of 15

S. Papanastasiou and Ch. Papatheodorou
Intergenerational Transmission of Poverty in the EU: An Empirical Analysis

S. Adam
Social Economy and the Fight against Social Exclusion: Preliminary Remarks with Reference to the Greek Welfare State

Lunch Break  (SAT, 13:15 ~ 14:15)

 

 

Plenary 2 –  Global Economic Crisis: Diagnoses and Remedies (SAT, 14:15 ~ 16:15)

Coffee Break  (SAT, 16:15 ~ 16:30)

Parallel Sessions 3 (SAT, 16:30 ~ 18:30)

Finance 3

Research on Money and Finance (RMF)

Crisis 3

Interpretations of the Crisis (2): Insights from the Classical

System of Accumulation 3

State-Capital-Class Relations and Systems of Accumulation

Value 3

The Accumulation of Capital: Its Dynamics

Development 3

The Bretton Woods Institutions in the Wake of the Crisis

Political Economy of Work 3

The State of Work and Employment in Capitalist Societies

Understanding Turkey Today through Marxist Categories

Environment 1

Beyond the Crises: Economy and Environment in a Time of Crisis

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Costas Lapavitsas
The Sources And Character Of Financial Profit

Iren Levina
Where Do Financial Profits Come From?

Paulo L dos Santos
Production and Consumption Credit in a Continuous-Time Model of the Circuit of Capital

Juan Pablo Painceira
Sitting between Domestic and International Dimensions: A Political Economy Analysis of Central Banks in Middle-Income Countries

Cédric Durand and Philippe Légé
Heterodox Analysis and the Post-Crisis. Back to the Steady State Issue?

Tiago Camarinha Lopes
Crisis and Say’s Law: Perspectives of Marx and Keynes

Robert Jones
The Global Financial Crisis: Making Sense of the Connections in Political Economy

Pritam Singh
Federalism and the Indian Mode of Accumulation: Probing the Role of State and Nation

Jeff Tan
Neoliberalism, Financialisation and Capital Accumulation in Malaysia

Servet Akyol
The Rise and Demise of the Social Structure of Accumulation in Turkey: An Essay

Juan Grigera
From ISI to agricultural exports: Deindustrialization or Argentina’s development?

Paul Zarembka
Low Surplus Value Historically Required for Accumulation,

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Fiona Tregenna
Sectoral Structure, Activity Specificity, and Deindustrialisation: A Marxian Analysis

Davide Gualerzi and Edward .J. Nell
The Crisis, Long-Term Depression and New Markets

Claudia Maurini
The Political Economy of IMF Surveillance

Elisa Van Waeyenberge
TBC

Hannah Bargawi
Standing in the Way of Development? A Critical Survey of the IMF’s Crisis Response in Low Income Countries

Olivier Giraud and Arnaud Lechevalier
Breaking up Employment Norms in Germany and France

Florence Lefresne and Catherine Sauviat
American and European Social Models Facing Recession

Gary Slater and Peter Nolan
Manual Work Matters

Özgür Narin
Double Character of Capitalist Production Process in Turkey after 2000: Technological Development in Turkish Industry and the Formalization of Informal/Precarious Labour

Özgür Öztürk
The Internationalization of Turkish Finance Capital and the Restructuring of the Turkish State

Fuat Ercan and Nuray Ergüneş
Inner Connections between Productive and Money Capital in Turkey

Ümit Akçay
Towards a “Techno-Authoritarian” State? Political Economy of Central Bank Independence Reform in Turkey

Melda Yaman Öztürk
Capitalist Crises and Late Development: The Impact of the Global Crisis on Turkey

Darko Suvin
On The Entropy Calculus: A Pointer Toward A Critical Approach To Economics

George Liodakis
Considering Economic and Ecological Crisis from a Communist Perspective

Andriana Vlachou
Climate Policy in Times of Economic Crisis: The Case of EU ETS

Business Meeting (SAT, 18:30 ~ 19:30)

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday, September 12, 2010 (University Campus)

 

Parallel Sessions 4 (SUN, 09:30 ~ 11:30)

Finance 4

Financialisation and Global Imbalance

Crisis 4

Ways Ahead: From the Crisis to Reorganisation of the Capitalist Economy?

System of Accumulation 4

Neoliberalism, Financialisation and Systems of Accumulation

Value 4

Recasting Categories of Value(1): Dynamics of Capitalist Competition

Latin America 1

Global Views

Applied Political Economy

Urban and Regional Political Economy

Environment 2

Beyond the Crises: Society and Environment in a Time of Crisis

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Riccardo Bellofiore and Joseph Halevi
The Great Recession and the Contradictions of European Neomercantilism

Karl Beitel
Understanding The Current Global Impasse In Light Of The Longer-Term Evolution Of Modern Finance

Pinar Bedirhanoglu
Marxist Perspectives on the Global Capitalist Crisis, Financialisation, and State

Jesse Russell
Disequilibrium In The International Balance Of Payments

Özlem Arzu Azer
Walking on the Way of a New World through Chaos

Andrea Micocci
Value Creation as a Historical Question: The Financial Turn of Late Capitalism

George Dourakis
The Return of John Maynard Keynes?

Hajime Sato
Reinforced Subordination of the State to Capital after the Global Financial Crisis? Crisis in Neo-liberalism in Japan

Seeraj Mohamed
The Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on the South African Economy: Taking Account of the MEC and Financialisation

Kyung-Sup Chang
Proletarianizing the Financial Crisis: Jobless Industrial Restructuring and Financialized Poverty in Post-Crisis South Korea

Abelardo Mariña-Flores
The Current Crisis in Mexico in the Context of the World Crisis and after Three Decades of Neoliberal Restructuring

 

Persefoni Tsaliki and Lefteris Tsoulfidis
Notes on Dominant Technique

Seretis Stergios and Persefoni Tsaliki
The Marxian Mechanism of Value Transfers

Vardalachakis Ioannis, Pavlidou Nelly and Persefoni Tsaliki
Technological Change, Labour Skills and Unemployment

Arturo Guillén The Global Crisis and Latin America

 

Gregorio Vidal and Eugenia Correa Challenges of Develoment Paradigm in Latin America:

Past and Present

 

Carlos Americo Moreira and Agamenon Tavares de Almeida “Financialization” of Capitalism and

Its Recent Effects on Latin American Emergent Economies

 


 

 

Nikos Leandros
The International Media System in Transition: A Human Development Perspective

Irini Sotiropoulou
Exchange Networks and Parallel Currencies: Theoretical Issues or Research in Wonderland

Sylvie Morel
Promoting Political Economy in Quebec: A New Initiative – and an Heterodox Theory – to Stimulate Progressive Public Policies for the Post-crisis Era

Theodoros A. Katerinakis
An Atypical Case in Political Micro-Economy: A Social Network Analysis of Greek Cooperative Banking Ethics in Crete or How Homo Communicans Immunized Homo Economicus against Economic Crisis in Crete

Ozlem Celik
Changing Forms and Strategies of State Intervention with Respect to the Housing of the Poor in Istanbul: The Role of Mass Housing Administration

Ibrahim Gundogdu
Turkish Regionalization: A Cure for Economy, an Attack Against National Development or a Scalar Reflection of the Contradictions and Conflicts in Turkish Capitalism?

Jamie Gough
Class Relations and Class Tensions in Political-Economic Regionalisation: Britain and Turkey Compared

Charalampos Konstantinidis
Rethinking Sustainability: Organic Farming and Rural Transformations in the EU

Sirisha C. Naidu
Fighting for Forests and the Environment: Contesting a Neoliberal Agenda in India

Robin de la Motte
El Proceso: The Political Ecology of the (Peri)Urban Water Sector in Venezuela

Coffee Break  (SUN, 11:30 ~ 11:45)

 

 

Parallel Sessions 5 (SUN, 11:45 ~ 13:45)

Finance 5

Emerging Markets in Crisis

Greek Crisis 1

Greece: A Special Case?

System of Accumulation 5

The Political Economy of South Africa

Value 5

Recasting Categories of Value(2)

Latin America 2

Case Study: Brasil

Social Capital

Migration

International Political Economy 1

Hegemony, Domination and Governance in World Economy

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Eser Pirgan Matur and Eyüp Özveren
International Great Moderation or Exporting Macroeconomic Volatility?

Ferda Donmez Atbasi and Nilgun Erdem
Do They Really Emerge: Pictures Of The “The Last Great Depression” From the Periphery

Sedat Aybar
Integration of Global Production: The Role of LDC Multinationals

G. Stathakis
The Transformation of the Greek Economy and the Fiscal Crisis of the State, 1990-2010

V. Pesmazoglou
The Greek Crisis, the EU and the EMU:Solidarity in Perspective

S. Mavroudeas
Greece and the EU: Capitalist Crisis and Imperialist Rivalries

Sam Ashman, Susan Newman and Ben Fine
Understanding Post-Apartheid Economic Development

Mazibuko K. Jara

The Place of Social Reproduction in the Evolution of the Post-Apartheid Minerals –Energy Complex and Accumulation in South Africa

 

Peter Alexander and Peter Pfaffe

Global Economics and the Struggle in Siyathemba, South Africa

Marco Boffo
Labour, Production of Knowledge and Use of Knowledge in Production: Insights from Software on the Immaterial Labour and Cognitive Capitalism Debates

Joon Park
Revisiting Marxian Ground Rent Theory for Urban Context

John Weeks
Value, Money, “the Value of Money”, and Financial Stability

Heesang Jeon
Value, Use Value, Needs and the Social Division of Labour

 

Alexandre Oliveira

Internationalization Strategy of Transnational Corporations and Instability: An Analysis Regarding Brazilian Economy of the 2000s through the Post-Keynesian Approach

 

Ludmila Costhek Abilio

Making up Exploitation: Study of a Cosmetic

Brazilian Company and the Work of Its Saleswomen

 

Marcelo Jose Moreira,

Angelo Rafael Nascimento Nunes,  Bruna de Oliveira, Eliezer da Silva Freitas and Renato Lopes Santos

The Effects of the Globalization in the Brazil’s Regional Development: The Rising of Goias’ Territorial Job Accumulation and the (Re)Affirmation of Brazilian Underdevelopment

 

 

 

Maria Lissowska
Social Capital in Post-Transition Economies: How It Is and Why It Is so?

Jaco Vermaak
Social Capital as a Mechanism for Socio-Economic Development amongst Agricultural Producers in Vhembe, Limpopo

Luca Andriani
Social Capital, Community Governance and Credit Market

Prasenjit Maiti
From Social Capital to Social Profits: Discourses on Corporate Ethics, Governance, Choices

Patricia Lopez-Rodriguez and Rodolfo De la Torre
Social Capital to Explain Market Failures

Asimina Christoforou
On the Identity of Social Capital and the Social Capital of Identity

David Picherit
Building India: Changing Scenario of Labour Migration

Valentina Prosperi
Migrant Workers in the Construction Sector: The Case of Delhi

Alexandre Abreu
Labour Mobility and Agrarian Capitalism: Preliminary Evidence from Guinea-Bissau

Alex Julca
International Labour Migration and Reproduction of Inequalities

Eugenia Pires
Migrants’ Remittances: What Role on the Transition to Capitalism?

Jose Vargas-Hernandez
The Transfer of Governance from the Nation State to a Corporate Global Economy

Lorenzo Fusaro
Gramsci’s Concept of Hegemony at the National and International Level

Patrick Clairzier
Hegemony, International Political Economy and the Case of Haiti

Lunch Break  (SUN, 13:45 ~ 14:45)

 

 

Parallel Sessions 6 (SUN, 14:45 ~ 16:45)

Finance 6
Finance and Accumulation: Case Studies

Greek Crisis 2

Economic Crisis and Greece

Municipal Services Project

Critique of Mainstream Economics

Latin America 3

Country Studies: Various

Public Finance and Welfare

 

International Political Economy 2

Globalisation, Regionalism and World Economy

Room 1

Room 2

Room 3

Room 4

Room 5

Room 6

Room 7

Room 8

Alper Duman
Circuits of Capital, Trade Credit and Crisis in Turkey

Elif Karacimen
Causes and Consequences of Financialisation of Workers’ Income in Turkey

Chai-Liang Huang
The Impacts of Political Instability on Banking Development and Bank Operations

Alexandre César Cunha Leite
The China Economy And The Financial Crisis: How Immune Is China?

C. Hadziiossif
Different Levels of Rationality in Handling with Economic Crisis: Greece 1884 – 1886

T. Maniatis
The Fiscal Crisis and the Social Wage in Southern Europe

Özgün Sarımehmet Duman
Economic Crises as an ‘Opportunity’ for Both: The Reaction of Capital and Labour to the Current Economic Crisis in Greece

 

Greg Ruiters
To Serve is to Govern: Public Services and Public Orders

Kate Bayliss and Al-Hassan Adam
Where Have All the Alternatives Gone? The Shrinking of African Water Policy Options

Daniel Chavez
Lights On! Alternatives to the Commercialization of Electricity in Latin America

David McDonald
Be Careful What You Ask For: The Role of the State in ‘Alternatives to Privatization’

Athina  Avgitidou
Breaking the Spell: The Myth of Free Market Ideology

G, Meramveliotakis and D. Milonakis
Transaction Cost Economics: A Critical Perspective

Sergios Tzotzes
Making sense of Methodological Individualism

Michalis Skomvoulis
A Critique of Complexity Argument in Critical Political Economy: Pluralist Economics vis-a-vis Capitalist Mode of Production

Andrew Brown and David Spencer
The System-Wide Scope of Economic Science: A Realist Interpretation of Robbins’s Essay and Its Implications for Recent Developments in Economics

Luis Buendía García and Antonio Sanabria Martín

The Left in the Face of Capital-Labour Adjustment: A Case Study of Uruguay and Frente Amplio

 

Osmar Lenadro Loaiza Quintero

The Real Wage Rate and Economic Performance in Colombia: A Demand-Led Growth Perspective

 

Luigi Maria Antonio Ventimiglia Di Monteforte

Financialisation in the Primary Commodity Dependent Developing Countries: The Case of Chile

 

Hulya Dagdeviren Political Economy of Contractual Disputes and Renegotiations in
Private Utilities

 

 

Muriel Pucci and Bruno Tinel
The Political Economy of Public Debt and Tax Cuts

Cristina Matos
Financial Crisis and the Welfare State: The Cases of Hungary and Latvia

Giovanna Vertova
Women in the Global Crisis. The Case of a Male-Chauvinist Country: Italy

  Ajay Gudavarthy
Globalisation and Regionalisation: The Political Economy of New Regional Organisations in the Global South

Samuel Igbatayo
The Political Economy of Sino-African Energy Ties

Christina Sakali
EMU Accession Issues in the Context of the Global Economic Crisis: The Case of Bulgaria

Coffee Break  (SUN, 16:45 ~ 17:00)

Plenary 3 –  Global Economic Crisis and the Greek Economy  (SUN, 17:00 ~ 19:00)

Gala Dinner (30 Euros per person, METOCHI TAVERN, 21:00, buses set off from University
Campus immediately after the end of the last Plenary and will include a short trip to the scenic Lake Kournas)

 

 

1ο Συνέδριο ΕΕΠΟ

1ο Συνέδριο ΕΕΠΟ

Δευτέρα 5 Μαρτίου 2012

1o ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟ ΕΠΙΣΤΗΜΟΝΙΚΗΣ ΕΤΑΙΡΕΙΑΣ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΚΗΣ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΑΣ &

11Ο ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟ ΕΛΛΗΝΩΝ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΚΩΝ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΗΣ ΣΚΕΨΗΣ

«ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΗ ΚΡΙΣΗ ΚΑΙ ΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΙΚΗ ΘΕΩΡΙΑ»

ΠΡΟΓΡΑΜΜΑ ΣΥΝΕΔΡΙΟΥ

ΠΑΡΑΣΚΕΥΗ 19 ΙΟΥΝΙΟΥ 2009

9:00-10:00 Εγγραφή Συνέδρων

      1. Σραφφιανή Πολιτική Οικονομία

Προεδρεύων: Λευτέρης ΤΣΟΥΛΦΙΔΗΣ (Παν. Μακοδονίας)

 

  1. Θεόδωρος ΜΑΡΙΟΛΗΣ, Δημήτρης ΜΠΑΔΑΣ & Ελευθερία ΡΟΔΟΥΣΑΚΗ (Πάντειο Παν.), Ο Σραφφιανός Πολλαπλασιαστής: Ευρήματα από τους Συμμετρικούς Πίνακες Εισροών-Εκροών της Γερμανικής Οικονομίας

  2. Γιώργος ΣΩΚΛΗΣ (Πάντειο Παν.), Εμπορευματικές Αξίες και Τιμές: Ευρήματα από τους Συμμετρικούς Πίνακες Εισροών-Εκροών της Σουηδικής Οικονομίας

  3. Νικόλαος ΡΟΔΟΥΣΑΚΗΣ (Πάντειο Παν.), Μια Σημείωση στο Πολυτομεακό Υπόδειγμα Μεριδίου Μισθών-Ποσοστού Απασχόλησης Του Goodwin

  4. Θεόδωρος ΜΑΡΙΟΛΗΣ (Πάντειο Παν.), Φράγματα Νόρμας για Ένα Μετασχηματισμένο Διάνυσμα Τιμών σε Σραφφιανά Συστήματα

12:00-12:15 Διάλλειμα

12:15 – 13:45 Ιστορία Οικονομικής Σκέψης

 

Προεδρεύων: Δημήτρης ΜΥΛΩΝΑΚΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης)

 

  1. Αναστάσιος ΚΑΡΑΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ (Παν. Πειραιώς), Κλασσικός Οικονομικός Φιλελευθερισμός

  2. ΝίκοςΘΕΟΧΑΡΑΚΗΣ (ΚαποδιστριακόΠαν. Αθηνών), Aristotle, Marx & Böhm-Bawerk: Literature Surveys as System Builders

  3. Γιώργος ΣΤΑΘΑΚΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης) Η Κρίση του 1929 ως Αντικείμενο Θεωρητικής Διαμάχης

 

13:45-15:00 Γεύμα, Ταβέρνα «Χρήστος»

15.00-16:30 Οικονομική Κρίση Ι

 

Προεδρεύων: Γιώργος ΣΤΑΘΑΚΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης)

 

  1. Θανάσης ΜΑΝΙΑΤΗΣ (Καποδιστριακό Παν. Αθηνών)Η Σύγχρονη Οικονομική Κρίση Υπό το Πρίσμα των Μαρξιστικών Θεωριών Κρίσης

  2. Σπύρος ΛΑΠΑΤΣΙΩΡΑΣ (Παν. Κρήτης), Δημήτρης ΣΩΤΗΡΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ (Παν. Αιγαίου), Γιάννης ΜΗΛΙΟΣ (ΕΜΠ),Για το Χαρακτήρα της Οικονομικής Κρίσης του 2008

  3. Λευτέρης ΤΣΟΥΛΦΙΔΗΣ (Παν. Μακεδονίας), Διεθνής Κρίση και Μέτρα Πολιτικής

16:30-17:00 Διάλλειμα

17:00-18:30 Μαρξική Πολιτική Οικονομία και Κατασκευή Εννοιών

Προεδρεύων: Άννα ΒΛΑΧΟΥ (Οικονομικό Παν. Αθηνών)

  1. Αλέξης ΙΩΑΝΝΙΔΗΣ (Δημοκρίτειο Παν.) – Σταύρος ΜΑΥΡΟΥΔΕΑΣ (Παν. Μακεδονίας), Επιπτώσεις στην Αξία και την Υπεραξία από την Ταυτόχρονη Μεταβολή του Χρόνου και της Έντασης της Εργασίας

  2. Δημήτρης ΠΑΪΤΑΡΙΔΗΣ (Παν. Μακεδονίας), Μαρξικές Μακροοικονομικές Κατηγορίες στην Οικονομία των ΗΠΑ (1970 – 2007): Μία Εμπειρική Διερεύνηση στα Πλαίσια του Νέου Συστήματος Ταξινόμησης (NAICS)

  3. Βαγγέλης ΝΙΚΟΛΑΪΔΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης), Κατασκευή Εννοιών από τους Διεθνείς Οργανισμούς: Η Περίπτωση της Πολυλειτουργικής Γεωργίας

21:00 Δείπνο

ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ 20 ΙΟΥΝΙΟΥ 2009

10:00-11:30 Οικονομικά, Ηθική, Δεοντολογία και Ιδιοκτησιακά Δικαιώματα

 

Προεδρεύων: Σταύρος ΜΑΥΡΟΥΔΕΑΣ (Παν. Μακεδονίας)

 

  1. Νίκος ΑΣΤΡΟΥΛΑΚΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης), Η Προσέγγιση της Ηθικής Ανάπτυξης στην Διεθνή Ανάπτυξη: Το Αναλυτικό Πλαίσιο

  2. Ειρήνη ΣΩΤΗΡΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ Παν. Κρήτης), Δεοντολογία στην Έρευνα Πεδίου των Οικονομικών Ή Μικρές Ιστορίες Εξάρτησης

  3. Γιώργος ΜΕΡΑΜΒΕΛΙΩΤΑΚΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης), Η Θεωρία των Νέων Θεσμικών για την Εμφάνιση της Ατομικής Ιδιοκτησίας: Μία Κριτική Προσέγγιση

11:00-11:30 Διάλλειμα

12:00-13:30 Εφαρμοσμένη Πολιτική Οικονομία

 

Προεδρεύων: Γιάννης ΜΑΡΑΓΚΟΣ (Παν. Κρήτης)

  1. Χριστίνα ΣΑΚΑΛΗ (Παν. Μακεδονίας), Η Πολιτική Οικονομία των Διαφορετικών Μορφών Ξένων Άμεσων Επενδύσεων στη Βουλγαρία

  2. Γρηγόρης ΖΑΡΩΤΙΑΔΗΣ (Παν. Ιωαννίνων) και Αριστέα ΓΚΑΓΚΑ (Παν. Ιωαννίνων),Μεγέθυνση και Εμπορικές Σχέσεις στην Ευρωπαϊκή Ένωση

  3. Αθανάσιος ΑΘΑΝΑΣΙΑΔΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης)- Στέλλα ΚΩΣΤΟΠΟΥΛΟΥ (ΑΠΘ) – Αναστάσιος ΦΙΛΑΛΗΘΗΣ (Παν. Κρήτης), Περιφερειακή οργάνωση των υπηρεσιών υγείας στη μεταπολεμική Ελλάδα 1953-1983

13.30-15.00 Γεύμα, Ταβέρνα «Χρήστος»

15.00 – 16:30 Καπιταλισμός, Εργασία, Παραγωγικότητα

Προεδρεύων: Νίκος ΘΕΟΧΑΡΑΚΗΣ (Καποδιστριακό Παν. Αθηνών)

  1. Απόστολος ΔΕΔΟΥΣΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ (Πάντειο Παν.), Η Νεοκλασική Θεωρία της Προσφοράς Εργασίας: Θεωρητική Ανεπάρκεια και Πολιτική Νομιμοποίηση

  2. Γιώργος ΛΙΑΓΚΟΥΡΑΣ (Παν. Αιγαίου), Η Μέτρηση της Παραγωγικότητας στις Υπηρεσίες. Αντιμετωπίσιμες Τεχνικές Δυσκολίες, ή Ακαταλληλότητα του Βιομηχανικού Παραδείγματος;

  3. Βασίλης ΠΑΠΑΔΑΚΗΣ (Καποδιστριακό Παν. Αθηνών), Νεοφιλελευθερισμός και Αναδιάρθρωση του Κεφαλαίου στην Ελλάδα: Στοιχεία και Συνέπειες στην Παραγωγικότητα της Εργασίας και των Εργασιακών Σχέσεων

16:30-17:00 Διάλλειμα

17:00 – 19:00 Οικονομική Κρίση ΙΙ

Προεδρεύων: ΑπόστολοςΔΕΔΟΥΣΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ

  1. Σταύρος ΜΑΥΡΟΥΔΕΑΣ (Παν. Μακεδονίας),Η Τρέχουσα Οικονομική Κρίση και οι Ερμηνείες της

  2. Γιώργος ΔΟΥΡΑΚΗΣ (ΑΠΘ), Η Παγκόσμια Συστημική Κρίση του 2008: Αίτια και Προοπτικές

  3. Γιώργος ΑΡΓΕΙΤΗΣ (Καπδιστριακό Παν. Αθηνών), Νομισματική Θεωρία, Πολιτική και η Ευρωπαϊκή Κεντρική Τράπεζα

Ενώσεις, Εταιρείες & Σύνδεσμοι Πολιτικής Οικονομίας

AssociationforEvolutionaryEconomics (AFEE): ένας διεθνής οργανισμός οικονομολόγων και άλλων κοινωνικών επιστημόνων αφοσιωμένων στην ανάλυση των οικονομικών σχέσεων ως εξελισσόμενων, κοινωνικά κατασκευασμένων και πολιτικά διακυβερνώμενων συστημάτων. Η θεωρητική παράδοση της AFEE είναι αυτή των κλασικών Θεσμιστικών Οικονομικών όπως θεμελιώθηκαν από τους ThorsteinVeblen, JohnR. Commons, και WesleyMitchell.

AssociationforHeterodoxEconomics (AHE): μία ένωση που συμπεριλαμβάνει όλες τις τάσεις των ετερόδοξων Οικονομικών και της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας.

Association for Institutional Thought (AFIT): μία ομάδα που ανήκει στη Θεσμιστική παράδοση. Οργανώνει ένα ετήσιο συνέδριο και έχει μία σημαντική συμβολή στην διδασκαλία των ετερόδοξων οικονομικών σε προπτυχιακό επίπεδο.

Association for Social Economics (ASE): μία επιστημονική εταιρεία που μελετά την σχέση των Οικονομικών με την ηθική και την φιλοσοφία και τονίζει την αξιακή τους βάση.

ConferenceofSocialistEconomists: μία ιστορική αγγλική ένωση, με διεθνή όμως συμμετοχή, που εκπροσωπεί όλα τα ρεύματα Πολιτικής Οικονομίας. Εκδίδει το περιοδικό Capital & Class.

European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy (EAEPE): μία ευρωπαϊκή ένωση που υποστηρίζει τις εξελικτικές, δυναμικές και ρεαλιστικές προσεγγίσεις της Οικονομικής Θεωρίας και Πολιτικής.

European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET): μία ευρωπαϊκή εταιρεία Ιστορίας της Οικονομικής Σκέψης.

French Association of Political Economy (FAPE): η γαλλική εταιρεία Πολιτικής Οικονομίας.

InternationalAssociationforFeministEconomics (IFEE): μία διεθνής ένωση που εστιάζει στα φεμινιστικά Οικονομικά και μελετά ιδιαίτερα ζητήματα φύλου.

InternationalConfederationofAssociationsforPluralisminEconomics (ICAPE): ένας διεθνής οργανισμός-ομπρέλα που καλύπτει όλα τα ρεύματα της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας και των ετερόδοξων Οικονομικών.

IIPPE – International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy : μία διεθνής πρωτοβουλία ιδρυμένη το 2006 με στόχο την προώθηση της Πολιτικής Οικονομίας αλλά και τον κριτικό διάλογο με τα επίσημα Οικονομικά.

International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society (ISS) : μία διεθνής ένωση αφιερωμένη στο έργο του J.Schumpeter.

JOIE Foundation: οοργανισμός που εκδίδει το περιοδικό Journal of Institutional Economics.

Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics (JAFEE): η Ιαπωνική ένωση των Εξελικτικών Οικονομικών.

PostAutisticEconomicsNetwork (PAECON) : ένα δίκτυο που συνενώνει όλες τις ετερόδοξες προσεγγίσεις στα Οικονομικά.

UnionforRadicalPoliticalEconomics (URPE): μία ιστορική αμερικανική ένωση Πολιτικής Οικονομίας με διεπιστημονική αναφορά.

World Association for Political Economy (WAPE): μία διεθνής ένωση Πολιτικής Οικονομίας με έδρα το Χονγκ Κονγκ και στόχο την χρήση σύγχρονης Μαρξιστικής ανάλυσης για την μελέτη των σύγχρονων οικονομιών.

JapanSocietyofPoliticalEconomy: η Ιαπωνική ένωση Πολιτικής Οικονομίας που εστιάζει στην ανάπτυξη και την εφαρμογή της Μαρξιστικής Πολιτικής Οικονομίας.

Korean Association for Political Economy (KAPE): η Κορεατική ένωση Πολιτικής Οικονομίας.

Evolutionary Theories in Social Sciences (ETSS)

European Network on the Economics of the Firm (ENEF)

Ινστιτούτο Κοινωνικών Ερευνών «Δημήτρης Μπάτσης»: Το Ινστιτούτο εκκινώντας από τον οικονομολόγο Δημήτρη Μπάτση και του αξεπέραστου, έως σήμερα, έργου του «Η Βαρειά Βιομηχανία στην Ελλάδα» στοχεύει στη συγκέντρωση και κριτική ανασύνθεση των ήδη διαθέσιμων ερευνών στο ζήτημα της εκπόνησης ενός εναλλακτικού σχεδίου οικονομικής και κοινωνικής ανασυγκρότησης της Ελλάδας ενώ επικεντρώνεται και στην εκπόνηση νέων μελετών, οι οποίες συμβάλλουν στο δημόσιο προβληματισμό και διάλογο. Παράλληλα, δεν δεσμεύει την ακτίνα των αναζητήσεών του στο πεδίο των οικονομικών-κοινωνικών επιστημών, αλλά επιχειρεί την επέκτασή τους σε ευρύτερα φάσματα αναστοχασμού, πειραματισμού, αναπαράστασης και δημιουργικότητας, ανιχνεύοντας τις δυνατότητες άνθισης ενός πολιτισμικού ρεύματος στην ελληνική κοινωνία, το οποίο βρίσκεται σε οργανική αντιστοιχία με τις ίδιες τις ανάγκες ανασυγκρότησής της.

Ομάδα Μελέτης Σραφφαϊανών Οικονομικών (ΟΜΣΟ): Η «Ομάδα Μελέτης Σραφφαϊανών Οικονομικών» (ΟΜΣΟ) συγκροτήθηκε στα μέσα του 2006 στο Τμήμα Δημόσιας Διοίκησης του Παντείου Πανεπιστημίου. Η αναλυτική βάση της έρευνάς της διαμορφώνεται από το βιβλίο του Piero Sraffa (1960),  Παραγωγή Εμπορευμάτων μέσω Εμπορευμάτων. Πρελούδιο σε μία Κριτική της Οικονομικής Θεωρίας, και από το έργο των μαθητών του. Αυτή η παράδοση αναζωογονεί την Κλασική Πολιτική Οικονομία, ενώ χαρακτηρίζεται από την τοποθέτηση των παραγόμενων μέσων παραγωγής, των κερδών και της επισώρευσης κεφαλαίου στο επίκεντρο της ανάλυσης. Καίτοι η ΟΜΣΟ εμπνέεται επίσης από τα έργα των Karl Marx, John Maynard Keynes, Michał Kalecki, Nicholas Kaldor και Richard M. Goodwin, επιχειρεί να τα συνθέσει μέσω της συμβολής του Sraffa.

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