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?
|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
Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment
Photographs from the first seminar: