Third symposium on critical political economy

            Room S75, St Clements Building, London School of Economics. All papers downloadable from www.iwgvt.org

Monday 18th July 2005

 

09:00-09:30   

Arrival, Registration, Coffee

 

09:30-11:00

Andrew Kliman (Pace University, USA)“Reclaiming Marx’s Capital from the Myth of Inconsistency”

 

11:00-11:15

Coffee

 

11:15-12:45

Nick Potts (University of the Solent, UK) “Simulating the global economy in a sequential and non-dualistic value theoretical framework: a first attempt.”

 

12:45-14:00   

Lunch

 

14:00-15:30

Hussain Ismail (University of York, UK) “Global accumulation and the profit rate in the car industry”

15:30-15:45

Coffee

 

15:45-17:15

Alan Freeman (University of Greenwich, UK) “What makes the US Profit Rate Fall? A response to Robert Brenner’s ‘Economics of global turbulence”

 

Tuesday 19th July 2005

 

09:15-09:30

Arrival, Registration, Coffee

 

09:30-11:00

Julian Wells (Kingston University, UK) “Did Marx think the profit rate equalises?’

 

11:00-11:15

Coffee

 

11:15-12:45

Joost Ploeger (University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands): “Killing Two Birds With One Euro: A Marxist Analysis of the Attack on Labor and the Dollar”

 

12:45-14:00

Lunch

 

14:00-16:00

Round table on the establishment of Critique of Political Economy (COPE) a new journal of critical economics

 

Organised by the International Working Group on Value Theory (IWGVT)

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