The Cambridge Journal of Economics was first published in March 1977. The journal has been publishing papers from the full range of heterodox perspectives for four decades providing a forum for theoretical, applied, policy relevant, interdisciplinary, history of thought and methodological work. It has throughout had a strong emphasis on realistic analysis, the development of critical perspectives, the provision and use of empirical evidence and the construction of policy.
A conference was held to mark the first forty years of the Journal and look ahead to the next forty.
The conference ran over two days, starting at 09:00 on 12 July and running until 17:30 on 13 July, with a conference dinner on 12 July.
Download the CONFERENCE PROGRAMME.
Some of the conference sessions were recorded so AUDIO FILES can be listened to.
Some of the conference PAPERS CAN BE DOWNLOADED.
The conference programme covered a number of themes, including:
- Industrial Districts/ Organisation/ Industrial Strategy
- Philosophy and Methodology
- Economics and other social science disciplines
- Economic History
- History of Economic Thought
- Gender, employment and job quality
- Monetary theory and institutions
- History of Ontological thinking in Economics
- The future of Economics teaching
There was a Call for Papers issued in association with this conference, which closed on 9 November 2015.
CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS FILM
At the conference there was a FILM screened in the lunch breaks, which gave an insight to the history of the Journal.
ST CATHARINE’S COLLEGE
The conference took place at St Catharine’s College, with parallel sessions spread across a number of rooms. See a Map of the College showing the rooms that were used for the conference.
Further Conference Enquiries:
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