Register here. I will be talking about Myths about monetary policy, inflation targeting and central banks.
Friday, July 31, 2020
Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Tomorrow we will talk about this book that is the Rosetta Stone of the history of economic ideas (read post 6 below for more on that). I'm happy to have a great panel to discuss it. In the meantime below 7 previous posts on Sraffa's contributions to economics, which might be helpful for some.
- Sraffa and the Marshallian System
- Sraffa, Marx and the Labor Theory of Value (LTV)
- Sraffa, Ricardo and Marx
- The Standard Commodity and the LTV
- The Capital Debates
- Microfoundations of Macroeconomics and the Capital Debates
- Free Trade and the Capital Debates
Wednesday, July 15, 2020
Interview with Fausto Oliveira, economic journalist that produces the channel Brazilian Industrial Revolution. For those interested in the process of economic development and its relation to the process of industrialization in the periphery (and speak Portuguese) I highly recommend it.
Monday, July 13, 2020
Thursday, July 9, 2020
For those interested, I suggest listening only to Amico's talk if you already heard a version of my COVID talk.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
My talk at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia last Friday, in Spanish of course. Part of the argument is that Prebisch, contrary to what i...
Fields, David (Forthcoming), “Classical Dichotomy,” Edward Elgar Encyclopedia on Central Banking , edited by L.P. Rochon et...
Jessica Finnamore (Guest blogger) Heterodox economics refers to any school of thought which is not accepted by the economic mainstream, or...
Teaching on the capital debates this and last week. So here are some thoughts, based on my class notes and the required readings (see below)...