There is still time to register for our upcoming Post Keynesian conference at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Unfortunately, the program is full so we cannot accept paper proposals. However, there is still space for participants.
The registration is cheap, and includes all dinners and special events, some of which are listed below. For more information regarding registration, contact Avi Baranes: [email protected]
THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL POST KEYNESIAN CONFERENCE
Kansas City, Missouri
September 25–28, 2014
Cosponsored by the University of Missouri–Kansas City, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, and Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, with support from the Ford Foundation
List of special events:
Sept 24, Wed night 6:30-9:00 p.m.: Pre-Conference Presentation by Professor Bruce Greenwald
Described as “the guru to wall street gurus”, Dr. Bruce Greenwald, the Robert Heilbrunn Professorship of Finance and Asset Management at Columbia Business School will kick-off the event with a pre-conference lecture on “Value Investing and the Mismeasure of Modern Portfolio Theory”, Wednesday September 24th, 6pm. His lecture is free and is open to the public.
Sept 25,Thurs 5:30—7:30 p.m.: Moderated Panel Discussion
What Should We Have Learned from the Global Crisis (But Failed To Learn)?
1) Bruce Greenwald
2) Lord Robert Skidelsky, Keynes’s Biographer
Moderator: Steve Kraske
Sept 26, Fri 4:00—5:15 p.m.: Special Session in Honor of Paul Davidson
Money and the Real World
Moderator: Mathew Forstater
Raconteur: Paul Davidson
Sept 26, Fri 5:30—7:00 p.m.: James K. Galbraith Keynote Presentation
Sept 27, Sat 11:45—1:00 p.m.: Lunch, Student Union. Lord Robert Skidelsky Keynote: “The Future of Work”
Sept 27, Sat 5:45—9:00 p.m.: Conference Dinner and Celebration of Post Keynesian Economics
-A Celebration of Post Keynesian Economics: M.E. Sharpe and the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Past, Present, Future
-The International Post Keynesian Workshop: Trieste, the University of Tennessee, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City
-Lord Robert Skidelsky Keynote: “Economics After the Crash: What Should Students Be Taught?”