By Paddy Quick, It is always been true that the earnings of those with more education are, on average, greater than the earnings of those with less. But over the past 40 years or so, we have seen a very large increase in the number of years that people spend in formal education, but no … More Paddy Quick: Do workers benefit from increased education?
Minqi Li, Professor of Economics at University of Utah, speaks about the political economy of China and the future of global capitalism: – How can the Chinese development model be characterized? – Although economic growth has slowed down, is China still in the position to boost the world economy? – Which are the internal contradictions … More Minqi Li – China’s political economy and the future of North-South relations
Fadhel Kaboub is Associate Professor of economics at Denison and President of the Binzagr Institute for Sustainable Prosperity.
Pedagogy and Heterodox Economics (PRESENTERS: Benjamin Wilson, Mitch Green, Yan Liang, Steven Hail, Fadhel Kaboub | MODERATOR: Michael Murray) This roundtable discusses a range of topics on teaching heterodox economics, including MMT. The conversation centers on the successes and challenges of advancing the discipline, not only in the classroom, but also in curriculum development, the … More Pedagogy and Heterodox Economics
Greta Krippner – The Power of Abstraction: Marx on Money and Credit Aaron Sahr – From Pen Strokes to Keystrokes: the Production of Money in Early and Contemporary Capitalism
Michael Löwy is Emeritus Research Director at the CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) Lecturer, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.
Immanuel Wallerstein – Marx’s Capital after 150 Years: Critique and Alternative to Capitalism (York University, Canada)