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PANEL 1: The dismal science: Methodological constraints, paradigmatic hegemony and where to go from here?

K. Vellupillai, University of Trento (Italy):
The pernicious influence of mathematics in the formalization of the theory of economic policy: From Frisch to Prescott (20 mins)
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H. Kurz, University of Graz (Austria):
Bubbles in the market for economic ideas (20 mins)
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PARALLEL SESSIONS 1

Session 1A: Economic method and economic reasoning: Old mistakes and new agendas

E. Nell, The New School of Social Research (US):
Econometrics, Rationality and Post-Keynesian Uncertainty(20 mins)
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C. Marcuzzo, University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Italy):
A methodological agenda for new economic thinking(20 mins)
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Session 1B: Post-Keynesian perspectives on inflation

P. Arestis, Universities of Cambridge (UK) and of the Basque Country (Spain) and M. Sawyer, University of Leeds (UK):
Moving from inflation-targeting to income policies (20 mins)
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R. Rotheim, Skidmore College (US):
Monetary restraint and price inflation: A Post Keynesian perspective (20 mins)
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Session 1C: Structural change and production dynamics

A. Andreoni, University of Cambridge (UK) and R. Scazzieri, University of Bologna (Italy):
Triggers of change: production structures and economic dynamics (20 mins)
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F. Tregenna, University of Johannisburg (South Africa):
A Marxian analysis of sectoral structure, activity specificity and deindustrialization (20 mins)
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Keynote Address 2

W. Harcourt, Society of International Development (Italy):
The Future of Capitalism: a consideration of alternatives (30 mins)
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PANEL 2: Kaleckian Economics for the Future?

L. Taylor, The New School of Social Research (US):
Growth cycles, asset prices and finance (20 mins)
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F. Patriarca and C. Sardoni, University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Italy):
Growth and distribution (20 mins)
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Session 2A: Kalecki, Kaldor and Goodwin: Compatible bedfellows in the analysis of the future of capitalism?

J. Toporowski, SOAS (UK):
Kalecki and the future of capitalism (20 mins)
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T. Palley, New America Foundation (US):
Unemployment, Distribution and Inflation: A Kaldor-Goodwin model of Capitalist Economy Growth (20 mins)
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Session 2B: Economic development under conditions of globalisation

J. Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University (India):
Accumulation and insecurity in dynamic Asian economies (20 mins)
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G. Palma, University of Cambridge (UK):
Accumulation and insecurity in sluggish Latin American economies (20 mins)
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PANEL 3: The future of capitalism: Challenges and alternativesstrong>
A. K. Bagchi, Institute of Development Studies (India):
The current state of capitalism: a threat to democracy (20 mins)
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V. Chick, University College London (UK):
The economics of enough (20 mins)
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G. Dymski, University of California Riverside (US):
The political economy of too-big-to-fail megabanks in the capitalism of the future (20 mins)
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PARALLEL SESSIONS 3

Session 3A: International integration and crisis: Theory and policy

M. Landesmann, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (Austria):
Derailing of Catching-Up Processes in an Era of Globalisation: European and Other Emerging Economies Compared (20 mins)
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T. Mott, University of Denver (US):
Wage, Mark-up and productivity competition in international trade from a Kaleckian perspective (20 mins)
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Session 3B: Post-crisis international capitalism: Avenues for reform

D. Barrowclough, UNCTAD (Switzerland):
Economic myths and alternative orientation: Global capitalism from an international policy perspective (20 mins)
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S. Sen, National Fellow of the Indian Council for Social Science (India):
The global crisis and the remedial actions (20 mins)
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Session 3C: Some 'Cambridge legacies' on ethics and the future of capitalism

H. Hagemann, University of Hohenheim (Germany):
On the economic possibilities of our grandchildren (20 mins)
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P. L. Porta, University of Milan Bicocca (Italy):
Ethics and economics: the quest for values and the legacy of the Cambridge School (20 mins)
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PANEL 4: Insights from the history of economic analysis

A. Cohen, York University (Canada):
Veblen contra Clark and Fisher: Veblen-Robinson-Harcourt Lineages in the capital controversies and beyond (20 mins)
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N. Norman, University of Melbourne (Australia):
The Future of Captialism: Reconstructing Marshall (20 mins)
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PARALLEL SESSIONS 4

Session 4A: Social policy and heterodox economics

S. Pressman, Monmouth University (US):
The economic consequences of the obese (20 mins)
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P. Arestis, Universities of Cambridge (UK) and of the Basque Country (Spain), A. Charles, University of Leeds (UK) and G. Fontana, Universities of Leeds (UK) and of Sannio (Italy):
Social Norms, fair-wage constraints and earning inequality in the US labour market (20 mins)
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Session 4B: Heterodox foundations for economic policy

G. Mallard, University of Bath (UK):
Behaviourally grounded economic policy (20 mins)
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M. Baddeley, University of Cambridge (UK):
Keynes's psychology and the future of capitalism (20 mins)
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