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22 Apr 2021 None –27 May 2021 None
The Global Financial Crisis of 2008 and the COVID pandemic that erupted in 2020 have reinforced criticisms of the main, orthodox current economic theory. At the same time, they highlighted the need for and importance of alternative approaches such as Post-Keynesian Economics (PKE). The Post-Keynesian Economics Society (PKES) is an initiative that fosters research and dissemination within the framework of PKE. Furthermore, PKES is committed to working towards a strengthening and an internationalization of heterodox economics networks. The shift to online events due to the covid crisis provides an occasion for such international collaborations. We have worked with the Italian PK network and want to convene a series of webinars with Argentinean PK scholars, which we hope will lead to the launching of the Argentinean Post-Keynesian Association (APKA).
APKA’s objective is to develop a network between economists and other scholars with similar interests, perspectives and approaches, in order to support and disseminate research linked to PKE. We recognize the diverse heterodox traditions of Argentine and more broadly Latin American schools of economic thought with strong links with PKE. Therefore, the APKA extends the invitation to scholars of other traditions such as Structuralism, evolutionism, classical-Sraffianism, institutionalism, regulation theory, feminist economics and ecological economics.
This spring we are organising a series of webinars that explore that the dynamics of developing countries and what PKE can contribute to that. We will analyse financial dynamics, productive structures and the relation between Latin American structuralists and PKE. Each webinar will have two speakers, one based in Argentina and one based in Europe.
Thursday 22/4, 12 noon Argentina = 4pm UK
Financial dynamics in developing countries
Chair: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London, UK)
Pablo Bortz (UNSAM, Argentina): "Global financial flows in Kaleckian models of growth and distribution"
Annina Kaltenbrunner (Leeds, UK): "International financial subordination: a critical research agenda"
Thursday 6/5, 1pm Argentina = 5pm UK
PKE, productive structure and economic development
Chair: Pablo Bortz (UNSAM, Argentina)
Martín Abeles (UNSAM, Argentina): TBC
Sara Stevano (SOAS University of London, UK): TBC
Thursday 27/5, 1pm Argentina = 5pm UK
PKE and other heterodox traditions in Latin America
Chair: Florencia Medici (National University of Moreno, Argentina)
Danielle Guizzo (University of Bristol, UK): TBC
Matías Vernengo (Argentina): "María Conceiçao Tavares and Heterodox Economics"
Pablo Bortz, Florencia Medici, Engelbert Stockhammer