Seminar 1: Identifying the Problems (5th June 2015, Open University London)

Seminar Details:

Participants from government, industry and academia are invited to attend the first seminar of a series organised by the ESRC-funded programme Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment: Social and Economic Perspectives, on which IKD member Andrew Trigg is co-investigator.

The seminar will explore factor income distribution from a plurality of perspectives, including heterodox approaches (such as post-Keynesianism, Kaleckian, radical and feminist economics) and mainstream analyses.

PhD students are especially welcome and limited travel bursaries are available. For more information, or to book your place, please email Camille Heslop-Martin.

Seminar 1: Identifying the Problems

9:45-10:15 Registration, Coffee and Pastries
10.15-10.30 Welcome (Bruce Philp, Birmingham City University, Andrew Trigg, IKD, The Open University)
10:30-12:30 Jo Mitchell (University of West England)

Factors Generating and Sustaining the Financial Crisis: Functional Distribution of Income

Victoria Chick (University College London)

Can we Learn from UK Deflation and Distribution in the 1920s?

12:30-13:15 Lunch
13:15-15:15 Steve Fleetwood (University of West England)

What Are Labour Markets and How Should We Analyse Them?

Ariel Wirkierman (Catholic University of Milan)

Piketty versus Pasinetti: A Comment on Taylor

15:15-15:30 Coffee
15:30-16:00 Roundtable

Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment

Photographs from the first seminar:

Dr Bruce Philp introduces the seminar series.
Dr Bruce Philp introduces the seminar series.
Dr Jo Michell presents his paper, 'Factors Generating and Sustaining the Financial Crisis: Functional Distribution of Income'
Dr Jo Michell presents his paper, ‘Factors Generating and
Sustaining the Financial Crisis: Functional
Distribution of Income’
Prof. Victoria Chick introduces her paper 'Can we Learn from UK Deflation and Distribution in the 1920s?'
Prof. Victoria Chick introduces her paper ‘Can we Learn from UK
Deflation and Distribution in the 1920s?’
Prof. Steve Fleetwood takes questions on his paper 'What Are Labour Markets and How Should We Analyse Them?'
Prof. Steve Fleetwood takes questions on his paper ‘What Are Labour
Markets and How Should We
Analyse Them?’
Dr Ariel Wirkierman present his paper 'Piketty versus Pasinetti: A Comment on Taylor'
Dr Ariel Wirkierman present his paper ‘Piketty versus
Pasinetti: A Comment on Taylor’
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