AHE 2008 Conference Papers

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FROM CULTURAL TO CREATIVE INDUSTRIES. "The Political economy of culture and cultural policy"
Nicholas Garnham

Environmental impact of urban settlements in Brazil: the case of water treatment
Alejandro Angel Tapias and Sibelle Corn&eacutelio Diniz

Limitations in Orthodox Economic Analysis of Urban Reality
Shann Turnbull.

Financial developments and Post-Keynesian economic growth: advancing theoretical and empirical grounds
Taha Chaiechi

The political economy of meritocracy: A Post-Kaleckian, Post-Olsonian approach to unemployment and income inequality inmodern varieties of capitalism
Arne Heise

Redistributive impact of public policies in Turkey
Oumlzlem Albayrak

A reformulation of the foundations of welfare economics
Randall G. Holcombe

Inheritance and the intention to bequeath: an examination of different aspects of intergenerational wealth transfers
Martin, Sch&uumlrz

Marx, subjugated banking and an emerging corporate monetary system
Simon Mouatt

Money, credit and state: Post-Keynesian theory of credit money and chartalism
Atsushi Naito

Systemic decline in British shipping 1870-1960
Greg Clydesdale

I have little faith in political arithmetic
Hugh Goodacre

Variations on a theme by Adam Smith: Culture, creativity and innovation in the internet age
Alan Freeman.

Environmental policy in Turkey: an Institutionalist critique
Eyüp Özveren*, Emre Özçelik**& Selin Efsan Nas***

The insurance value of biodiversity: effects of genetic diversity versus high-productivity crops on long-term agricultural performance
Sylvie Geisendorf

Migration and ecological consequences
V. P. Raghavan

Explaining Mainstream Economics&rsquo insistence on mathematics
Vinca Bigo

Comparative versus competitive advantage: how the Mainstream got that way
Alan Shipman

Mainstream Economics: searching where the light is
Rogier de Langhe

Globalisation and the upward long wave
Bill Jefferies

Long cycles, long waves and expansionary phases
Keith Hassell

(Quasi) scarcity and global hunger: a sociological critique of the scarcity postulate with an effort to synthesis
Abel Daoud

Context and choice: a pluralistic approach to consumer behaviour
Peter E. Earl and Tim Wakeley

An evolutionary perspective on the economics of energy consumption: the crucial role of habits
Kevin Mar&eacutechal

Pasinetti, Marx and simple commodity production
Andrew B. Trigg

Valuation in the presence of stocks of commodities: exploring the temporal single system interpretation of Marx
Nick Potts

Dependency theory: How valid is it today?
Amit Jyoti Sen

Presentation of the Part IV of a global forecast up to 2050s: &ldquoThe Energy-Ecological Future of Civilizations&rdquo
Yakovets, YU V

Shaping national policies at the time of global technological change
Glazyev, S.Yu

The technological shift at the start of the 21st Century
Badalian L.

Will climate change enforce global justice &ndash the turning point for the North-South divide
Josef Baum

Mindful Ecology and Economy
Joel C. Magnuson

The political economy of the human right to water
Manuel Couret Branco and Pedro Dami&atildeo Henriques.

Socialism, knowledge and the instrumental valuation principle
Andrew Cumbers and Robert McMaster

Traction in the world: economics and narrative interviews
Jeffrey David Turk

Capital Accumulation in less developed countries
Prabirjit Sarkar

Economics and the real world: students&rsquo perceptions of economics and the role of heterodoxy in changing them
Andrew Mearman, Tim Wakeley and Gamila Shoib

Pedagogical Lessons from the Financial Crisis: The need for Pluralism
Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi and Jack Reardon

The abandonment of full employment: why sovereign governments have a choice
William Mitchell and Joan Muysken

Relevance of the book for economic policies in the integrated EMU with a common currency
Philip Arestis

Relevance of book for understanding &lsquoinnocent frauds&rsquo in modern policy making and how full employment and price stability can be achieved
Warren Mossler

An instrumental approach to political economics
M. J. Murray

Cosmopolitan social democracy: a Marxist critique
Brian S. Roper

An inquiry on power and ecological economics
Bengi Akbulut and Ceren Ilkay Soylu

Are we ready to understand individuals and organizations as political actors?
Peter S&oumlderbaum

The ontology of environmental values: the contribution of historical institutionalism to (socio-) ecological economics
Ali Douai and Matthieu Montalban

Towards an understanding of organizational transformation through ethical enquiry
Bronwen Rees and John Wilson

Cohen&rsquos interpretation of Rawls&rsquo theory of justice: an integration of mainstream in welfare economics
Tarrit Fabien

Philosophy of measurement of inequality: plural approaches in economics

John Dewey&rsquos theory of democracy and its links with the heterodox approach to economics
Arturo Hermann

Process philosophy and the critique of critical realism
James Juniper

The Althusserian challenge in retrospect and prospect
Erik Olsen.

Aspiration paradox in micro-finance: a difficulty and an opportunity
Wendy Olsen

The state of economic heterodoxy in research on the financial sector fragility and bank failures in Africa
Radha Upadhyaya

From credit crunch to depression
Brian Grogan

Economics and historical specificity: a study in comparative analytics
Valentin Cojanu

The Catholic Church as a going concern: an institutionalist approach
David Harris

Are conventions solutions? Contrasting visions of the relationship between convention and uncertainty
John Latsis

Debated universes and environmental conventions
Val&eacuterie Boisvert and Franck-Dominique Vivien

Environmental conventions: the case of agriculture
Clarisse Cazals

Toward partial reorientation of Land Management for Sustainability in view of material circulation
Sylvie Ferrari, Kozo, Mayumi and Atsushi Tsuchida

Social capital, power and economic performance &ndash theories, evidence and critique
Klaus Nielsen

Flexicurity capitalismfFLASCHEL_P._-_Flexicurity_Capitalism,_Skill_Formation_and_Th.pdf
Peter Flaschel and Sigrid Luchtenberg

Why be pluralist? A quest for pluralism in economics
Tias Virginia Marques Corr&ecirca and Bernardo S. Wjuniski

Pluralism and green economics
Ioana Negru

Withering pluralism in Germany: Heterodox economics after five years of the post-autistic movement in Germany
Thomas D&uumlrmeier

The present Argentine inflation. The need of an heterodox vision to analyze its causes and specificities
Juilo Eduardo, Fabris, Pablo Julio Lopez and Jos&eacute Villadeamigo

The Bank of Brazil: the path since the mid-90s
Rogerio Andrade and Simone Deos

A macroeconomic analysis of inflation and stagflation in less developed economies
Hamid Nazeman

On companies&rsquo microeconomic objectives profit rate versus pure profit
Louis de Mesnard

Markets, prices and market power
Thomas Lines

Towards a generalized Marxian approach: a synthesis of heterodox economic approaches
Takashi Satoh

The capital controversy in historical perspective
Gary Mongiovi

The social construction of normal standards in consumption
Inge Ropke

Global warming and high consumption: habits, needs and social values
Martha A. Starr

The environmental impacts of changing consumption patterns: evidence from Turkey
B&eumlgum Ozkaynak, Fikret Adaman and Unal Zenginobuz

Return to the Classical paradigm: the theory of Coenoses: Malthusianism with a Schumpeterian twist
Krivotorov V.

Sustainable global development and the principle of self-organization of complex systems
Chistilin, D.

Technology and psychology: a mechanism of anthropogenic crises
Nazaretyan A.

Anti-empiricism in economics: the case of Neoclassical axiomatism
Tam&aacutes Dusek

Pluralism about rationality in economics: theories as tools
C. Tyler Des Roches and Thomas Wells

Neoclassical Economics: determinism, choice and agency
Fran Smith

Marshall&rsquos theory should be discarded
Steve Keen and Carmen Costea

Prices and price strategies
James Case

Mexican multinational firm expansion: A heterodox microeconomic analysisVARGAS_G._-_Theory_of_Firm.pdf
Gustavo Vargas

A critique of Post-Keynesian economics applied to the political economy of the Euro zone
Riccardo Bellofiore and Joseph Halevi

A Post-Keynesian approach to microeconomic policy
Steven Pressman

Growth dynamics, social inequalities and environmental quality: an empirical analysis applied to developing and transition countries
Matthieu Cl&eacutement and Andr&eacute Meuni&eacute

Whither sustainable development? A Post-Keynesian perspective
Eric Berr

The relations between ecological economics and political ecology
Joan Martinez-Alier

Drawing the line: Mises, Hayek and the antinomies of neoliberalism
Jo&atildeo Rodrigues

Computer grids and the catallaxy paradigm
Colin Richardson

Why do mainstream economists lie to students?
Michael Joffe

Minds and Markets: Challenges to heterodox teaching in contemporary Brazil
Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi and Ricardo Gon&ccedilalves.