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Please note that Proceedings 2009-2011 are hardcopy, while for 2012 and later they are available electronically on a USB stick.

What is the future for heterodox economics?

Presented at the 14th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference
7–8 December 2015 The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

ISBN: 978-0-7334-3607-9
Editors: Chester, Lynne and Kriesler, Peter

Conference Proceedings: Refereed papers
Table of Contents:

  1. Alfred Marshall on cooperation - Miriam Bankovsky
  2. Schumpeter’s business cycles - Harry Bloch
  3. In from the cold: From heterodoxy to a new mainstream pluralism - Jerry Courvisanos
  4. Reforming ‘Sydney global city’: Mapping enduring sites of institutional conflict - Bligh Grant, Roberta Ryan and Alex Lawrie
  5. Honouring the 1945 White Paper as a declaration of the Right to Work - Victor Quirk
  6. A note on the relationship between value theory and economic policy - Susan K Schroeder
  7. A critical note on local government ‘failure’ in Australian local government - Ron Woods and Bligh Grant

Tackling persistent economic problems: Heterodox perspectives

Presented at the 13th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference
8-9 December, 2014 UNSW

ISBN: 978-0-7334-3526-3
Editors: Chester, Lynne and Kriesler, Peter

Conference Proceedings: Refereed papers
Table of Contents:

  1. The failure of new welfare economics to insulate itself from ethics: On the need for standards permitting interpersonal comparison - Miriam Bankovsky
  2. Currency internationalisation: The twentieth century controversy and its modern revival in light of the Bretton Woods consensus - Anthony M. Endres
  3. Good capital? Examples of successful municipal bond banking and implications for Australian public policy - Bligh Grant and Ron Woods
  4. Macrodynamics of household debt accumulation and consumption - Mohamad Mourad
  5. Do personal distribution of wealth facts support Piketty’s thesis? - Mike Pottenger and Michael Schneider
  6. Attenuating the business cycle: A heterodox perspective on industrial policy - Susan Schroeder

Heterodox economics and the crisis that won't go away

Presented at the 12th Conference of the Australian Society of Heterodox Economists 2- 3 December 2013 UNSW
ISBN: 978-0-7334-3375-7
Editors: Chester, Lynne, Johnson, Michael, and Kriesler, Peter

Heterodox economics: Social provisioning in crisis-prone capitalism : Proceedings Refereed papers

Presented at the 11th Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference  3-4 December, 2012 UNSW
ISBN: 978-0-7334-3215-6
Editors: Chester, Lynne, Johnson, Michael, and Kriesler, Peter

Heterodox Economics: Ten Years and Growing Stronger! : Proceedings Refereed papers

Presented at the Tenth Australian Society of Heterodox Economists Conference, 5-6 December 2011, UNSW
ISBN: 978-0-7334-3078-7
Editors: Chester, Lynne, Johnson, Michael, and Kriesler, Peter