Seminar 3 took place at Birmingham City University on March 31st 2016. The full programme for the seminar was as follows:
ESRC Seminar: Call for Participants
Factor Income Distribution, Work and Employment: Social and Economic Perspectives
Birmingham City University, Birmingham, 31st March 2016
Curzon Building 237
This series comprises six seminars which are scheduled to take place at the Open University (London), Nottingham Business School, Leeds University Business School and Birmingham City University. Its aim is to explore factor income distribution from a plurality of perspectives, including heterodox approaches (such as post-Keynesianism, Kaleckian and radical economics), as well as mainstream analyses. The gender lens of feminist economics will be also considered, together with institutional perspectives, and contributions from other disciplines. The third seminar is scheduled to take place on the 31st March and participants from government, industry and the university sector are invited to attend. PhD students are especially welcome.
Seminar 3: Distribution, Work and Employment: Identifying the Problems
|10:00-10:15||Registration, Coffee and Pastries|
|10.15-10.30||Welcome (Bruce Philp, Birmingham City University)|
|10:30-12:30||Professor Nick Potts (Southampton Solent)
Surplus Profits’ and Progressive Land Ownership
Dr Andrew Brown (Leeds)
Capitalism, Exploitation and Financialisation
|13:15-15:15||Dr Geoff Tily (TUC)
Government Spending Cuts, Demand, Supply and the Earnings Crisis
BREXIT, Work and Employment
Photographs from the 3rd Seminar:
Professor Nick Potts (Southampton Solent University) delivers his paper exploring surplus profits from a Marxian perspective.
Dr Andrew Brown (Leeds University Business School) outlines his paper on financialisation and exploitation.
Dr Geoff Tily (TUC) presents his paper in the extended afternoon session.
Dr Bruce Philp (Birmingham City University) introduces the roundtable discussion on BREXIT, led by Dr Steve McCabe (Birmingham City University), Dr Geoff Tily (TUC), and Dr Arantza Gomez Arana (Birmingham City University).