Click here to see a full program of URPE events at the 2019 EEA conference in New York.
By Al Campbell, Ann Davis, David Fields, Paddy Quick, Jared Ragusett and Geoffrey Schneider American Review of Political Economy – original version Introduction Ten years after the financial crisis, we still find mainstream economists engaging in overly simplistic analysis that does not accurately capture the dynamics of the real world. People studying economics need to … More The Unreal Basis of Neoclassical Economics
Union for Radical Political Economics: Program of Events & Sessions ASSA January 4-6 2019 Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, GA https://www.aeaweb.org/conference/ Friday, Jan. 4, 2019 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM ACCOUNTING FOR GENDER DIFFERENTIAL OUTCOMES (IAFFE–URPE Joint Session) Friday 8:00 AM – 10:00 AMHyatt Regency Atlanta, Hanover A Chair: Randy Albelda, email@example.com, University of Massachusetts Boston Paper#1: … More URPE @ ASSA 2019
Originally posted on Michael Roberts Blog:
The 50th anniversary conference of the Union of Radical Political Economy (URPE) finished last weekend. URPE has played an important role in developing and enhancing alternative economic theory and analysis to the dominant mainstream theories in modern economics. It has survived despite the long reaction in economics during the…
The full Union for Radical Political Economics 50th anniversary conference program can be found here: http://urpe50th.org/program-1/
Volume 50 Issue 3, September 2018 Introduction Introduction to the Special Issue of the Past, Present, and Future of Radical Economics: URPE at Fifty Marlene Kim First Published September 4, 2018; pp. 453–456 Abstract | | | Articles How URPE Helped This “Tenured Radical” Thrive in a Non-radical Economics Department Michael Meeropol First Published September … More RRPE: The Past, Present, & Future of Radical Economics – URPE at 50
The Steering Committee of the Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE) is pleased to announce that the 2018 URPE Dissertation Fellow is Samantha E. Sterba, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Ms. Sterba is awarded this Fellowship and $5,000 (USD) in support of her dissertation “Neoliberal Capitalism and the Evolution of the … More 2018-2019 Dissertation Fellowship Recipient: Samantha E. Sterba