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Gregory Hayden <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 31 Dec 2016 21:39:14 +0000
Attached are copies of previous notices that I intend to introduce at the upcoming annual AFEE Membership Meeting in Chicago.

Happy New Year. 

F. Gregory Hayden, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489
Phone:  402-472-2332
Fax:  402-472-9700
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From: AFEEMAIL Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Geoff Schneider
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2016 11:28 AM
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Subject: ICAPE Program

Dear Colleagues,

Below is the program for the upcoming ICAPE conference. As you can see, this program is particularly useful for younger scholars and teachers, and for those interested in forging alliances with other heterodox associations to combat the hegemony of the mainstream. If you would like to attend, go to to register.

I hope to make the ICAPE conference an annual event held the day before or the day after the ASSA meetings. Next year, the ICAPE conference will be held on January 4, 2018, at Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. Please consider submitting a proposal for a paper, panel or teaching workshop.

Kind regards,

Geoff Schneider

ICAPE Conference Program, January 5, 2017, Roosevelt University Session 1, 8:00-9:30 AM Session 2, 9:45-11:15 AM Lunch Break / ICAPE Board Meeting, 11: 15 AM – 1:00 PM Session 3, 1:15-3:00 PM Session 4, 3:15-5:00 PM

Panel Author, Last First 2nd author(s) Title
1 Roundtable: Doing and Teaching Feminist Economics, 8:00-9:30 AM
  Jacobsen, Joyce,    Doing and Teaching Feminist Economics (Chair)
  Banks, Nina,   Doing and Teaching Feminist Economics
  Berik, Günseli,   Doing and Teaching Feminist Economics
  Kongar, Ebru,    Doing and Teaching Feminist Economics

2 Pluralism, Pedagogy and Policy
  McDonough, Terrence,    One Approach to Pluralism and Heterodoxy (Chair)
  Hahnel, Robin,   Heterodox Economics: Time to Winnow Wheat from Chaff
  Van den Berg, Hendrik,    Economic Pluralism: Only a First Step
  Leveson-Gower, Henry,   A Pluralist Approach to the Economics of Regulation
  Yalcintas, Altug, &  Boran Ali Mercan, The Fantasy of the Self-corrective Market of Ideas: A Psychoanalytic Perspective on the Nature of Research Misconduct in Economics

3 The Role of Pluralism in Creating a New Paradigm for Economics:
Presentation and Roundtable, 8:00-9:30 AM Schroeder Susan & Lynne Chester, The Role of Pluralism in Creating a New Paradigm for Economics
  Burnazoglu,  Merve,    Roundtable Panelist
  Reardon, John,   Roundtable Panelist
  Baulant,  Camille,   Roundtable Panelist
  Naidu, Sirisha,    Roundtable Panelist
  Ying,  Zhen,   Roundtable Panelist
  Afzal, Aqdas,    Roundtable Panelist
  Muñoz, Jesús,    Roundtable Panelist
  Tarhan,  Ali,   Roundtable Panelist
  Faruk, Ulgen,    Roundtable Panelist

4 Developing a Pluralistic Curriculum, 8:00-9:30 AM
  Sivers Boyce, Nathan, & Jerry Gray, An Adventure is About to Happen:
Curricular Reform at Willamette University (Chair)
  Dhondt, Geert, Jay Hamilton, & Ian Seda-Irizarry, Developing Heterodox Economics Curriculum
  Dorman, Peter,  Addressing Controversies in Economics Instruction Through Interdisciplinary Learning Communities: The Evergreen Experience
  Bakir, Erdogan,   Discussant

5 Post-Keynesian and Marxist Macro-Economics - Overlap and Differences, 8:00-9:30 AM
  Persky,  Joe,   Notes on Marx, Say's Law and the Interconnectedness
of the Economy (Chair)
  Baiman,  Ron,   The Profound Implications of Continuing to Teach
'Supply and Demand' Instead of 'Demand and Cost' in Intro Economics Courses - an Unequal Exchange Application
  Parry,  Bruce, &  Mel Rothenberg,  Contemporary Capitalism & Why We Need Marxism

6 Socially Inclusive Approaches to Poverty Reduction and Development Policy (ASE), 8:00-9:30 AM
  Ramse,  Jonathan,    Poverty Reduction through Community Capitals
Transformations (Chair)
  Malyshava,  Mila,    Reorganization of labor markets in transition
economies as a source of growth and development
  McCoy,  Brandon,    Public Employment Guarantee: An Institutional
Adjustment towards a more Inclusive Provisioning Process
  Spanberger,  Christian,    Business Innovation for Development? A
Critical Perspective

7 Roundtable on The Art of Publishing in Heterodox Journals, 9:45-11:15 AM
  Brown, Chris,   Roundtable on The Art of Publishing in Heterodox
Journals; JEI (Chair)
  Arvidson, Enid,   Roundtable on The Art of Publishing in Heterodox
Journals; RRPE
  Vernengo, Matias,   Roundtable on The Art of Publishing in Heterodox
Journals; RoKE
  Chester, Lynn,   Roundtable on The Art of Publishing in Heterodox
Journals; RoPE

8 Alternative Perspectives about Social Economics (ASE), 9:45-11:15AM
  Davis, John,   Session Chair
  Burnazoglu,  Merve,    An Identity-Based Club Theory Approach to
Immigration and Adaptation
  Faruk, Ulgen, &  Gaëlle Despierre Corporon  Poverty Reduction and Development Financing in a Financialized World: What Alternatives?
  Al-Huq,  Rafed,    Poverty Aggravation by Economic Corruption
  Mtshali,  Khondlo,    Language of instruction, poverty,
capabilities, and development
  Suprabha,  Baniya,    Effects of Time Cost on the Trade Pattern

9 Workshop: 4 Simple Techniques for a More Engaged Large Classroom,
9:45-11:15 AM
Facilitator: Schneider, Geoffrey,   Workshop on 4 Simple Techniques
for a More Engaged Large Classroom: (1) Designing homework & quizzes to set up classroom activities; (2) using minute papers and short discussions to promote active listening; (3) using small groups for complex discussions & problem solving; and, (4) flipping segments of your course.

10 Economic Thought and Promise of Pluralism, 9:45-11:15 AM
  Chernomas,  Robert & Ian Hudson, Economics in the 21st Century: The John Bates Clark Winners (Chair)
  Tomer, John,   The Scientific Practices of Economics and The
Emergence of Behavioral Economics
  McCain, Roger,    The Future of Capitalism: A Synthetic Analysis
  Bracarense, Natália,    Raul Prebisch and the Surplus Approach:
Connection and Implications for Development Economics

11 Inequality and Public Policy, 9:45-11:15 AM
  Williams,  Bob,   Federal Wealth Policies in Support of Jim Crow:
Using an Anti-Racist Perspective to Inform Political Economy (Chair)
  Teather-Posadas, Edward, &  Stephen Ziliak, Coasebusters: Ethics, Justice, and the Theory of the Firm
  Miyazaki, Masato,    Investment expenditure of local jurisdictions
in Japan in the 2000s
  Komlos, John,   This is what a sour economy looks like

12 Social Provisioning and the Pluralist Approach to Economics,
9:45-11:15 AM
  Jo, Tae-Hee,    The Social Provisioning Process and Heterodox
Economics (Chair)
  Tarhan,  Ali,   The Public Sphere Without Public
  Spithoven, Antoon,   The Legal-economic Nexus in the 2010 Healthcare Reform
  Masterson, Thomas,    Unpaid Work, Paid Employment and Poverty:
Evidence from the Levy Institute Measure of Time and Income/Consumption Poverty (LIMTIP/LIMTCP) Project

13 Pluralistic approaches to teaching, 1:15-3:00 PM
  Reardon, John,   Chair and discussant
  Nijhawan, Subin,    A new ‘culture of economics’ in secondary
education – promoting ‘global discourse competences’
  Munro, Kirstin,    Homo Economicus: Queer Pedagogy for the
Pluralistic Introductory Economics Classroom
  Provencher, Ashley, & Smita Ramnarain, Class Debates as an Instructional Tool in an Intermediate Level Neoclassical Microeconomics Class: Introducing Pluralist Perspectives
  Capehart, Kevin,   A Nutty Model for Teaching Macroeconomic Models
  Komlos, John,   Need for New Paradigms in Teaching Economics

14 Puralistic approaches to research, 1:15-3:00 PM
  Afzal, Aqdas,    The Glorious Revolution, Economic Institutions and
the Developing World (Chair)
  Sen,  Ruchira,    The Reproduction of the Empire of Capital through
Incursions of Capitalist Processes into Non Capitalist Economies since
  Li, An,    Power and Environmental Quality – Political Economy of
Environment Revisited
  Poznik, Julia,    Radical Political Economy in Three Parts

15 Poverty and Vulnerability: Income, Education, and Health (ASE),
1:15-3:00 PM
  Wodon,  Quentin,    Session Chair
  Wedig,  Karin,    Working, but Not Well: Effects of FDI on Rural
Labor markets in Uganda’s Coffee Sector
  Azeng,  Thérèse,    How does insecurity act an obstacle to
enrollment and participation in education? Evidence from Boko Haram attacked zones in northern Cameroon
  Singh,  Raju,  Kassia Antoine, & Konstantin Wacker, Human Capital and Shared Prosperity: Some Cross-Country Evidence

16 Advances in Feminist Pedagogy, 1:15-3:00 PM
  Scotton,  Carol,   Session Chair and Discussant
  Bartlett, Robin, Zarrina Juraqulova, & Andrea Ziegert, Why Economic Conversations Do Not Change: A Case Study of the AEA Annual Program
  Naidu, Sirisha,    Social Reproduction: A Marxian, Ecological and
Feminist Political Economy Triad
  Ying,  Zhen,   Using the Evolution of International Trade Theories
and Feminism to Teach Comparative Advantage
  Erfle, Stephen,    Learning Marginal Analysis by Doing Marginal
Analysis on a Balloon

17 Marxist, Post-Keynesian Approaches to Growth and Development,
1:15-3:00 PM
  Young-Taft,  Tai & Greg Hannsgen,  Exogenous vs. Endogenous High-Powered Money in Keynesian Monetary-Growth Models (Chair)
  Hillig, Ariane,    Reconsidering Financialization: The Role of Households
  Qi, Hao, &  Zhongjin Li, A Lewisian or Marxian Turning Point in China? A Critical Evaluation of Theory and Evidence
  Muñoz, Jesús,    Marx’s Theory: Evolutionary or Revolutionary?
  Lin, Brian Chi-ang    China’s Genetically Modified Growth

18 Pluralistic teaching and curricular design, 3:15-5:00 PM
  Hillard, Michael,    Revisiting Commodity Fetishism: ‘Food Systems”
and The New Literature of Food Labor (Chair)
  Greenwood, Daphne,    Bringing Social Costs Back Into Labor
Economics: Theory and Practice
  Jiang, Xiao,    Teaching Applied Political Economy: Less Ideologies
and More Actions, at least on surface…
  Flacher,  David, &  Pascal Petit, Developing heterodox approaches in
economics: How to cooperate at international level in the present phase of internationalisation?

19 Power and Public Policy, 3:15-5:00 PM
  Baulant,  Camille,   How Happiness can lead to more Efficiency: A
New Paradigm Adapted to the World Knowledge Economy (Chair)
  Erturk,  Korkut,     Private Rent Seeking and Asymmetric Power
  Rajagopal, Advait,   A Social Interaction Model for Corruption
  Avsar, Rojhat,   Instinct, maladaptation, and economic
policy-making: the case of obesity

20 Wages, Workforce, and Employment (AIRLEAP), 3:15-5:00 PM
  Kichkha, Areerat,    Session Chair
  Rogers, William,    Developments in Female Earnings Profiles
  Hudgins, Lane,    Discussant
  Payson, Steven,   Product Evolution and Its Implications for
Long-Run Trends in Employment
  McCloskey, Deirdre,   Discussant
  Sissoko, Yaya, & Brian Sloboda, Does Regional Variation in Startup Concentration Predict Employment Growth?
  Haliemun, Cynthia,   Discussant
  Anderson, Richard, Gaurango Banerjee, & Areerat Kichkha, Minimum Wages, Taxes and Prosperity of States
  Winkler, Anne,   Discussant

21 Roundtable: The State of Economics and the Future of Pluralism,
3:15-5:00 PM
  Schneider, Geoffrey,   Roundtable: The State of Economics and the
Future of Pluralism (Chair)
  Jacobsen, Joyce,    Roundtable: The State of Economics and the
Future of Pluralism
  Davis, John,   Roundtable: The State of Economics and the Future of Pluralism
  Carter, Scott,   Roundtable: The State of Economics and the Future
of Pluralism

Geoff Schneider
Professor of Economics, Bucknell University
Office: 128 Academic West
Address: 1 Dent Drive, Lewisburg, PA 17837
Email: [log in to unmask]
Office Phone: 570-577-1666