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‘Capitalist Accumulation and the Financialisation Hypothesis: a Critical Review’, panel at the 15th WAPE Forum, 18-12-2021

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WAPE 2021 Forum PANEL 8. ‘Capitalist Accumulation and the Financialisation Hypothesis: a Critical Review‘ Saturday, December 18 @ Beijing 16:10-18:10 (GMT 08:10-10:10, Athens time 10:10-12:10) Moderator: Stavros Mavroudeas, Vice Chair of the World Association for Political Economy, Professor of Political Economy, Department of Social Policy, Panteion University,  Greece Panelists: 1. The Financialization Hypothesis: A Theoretical and Empirical Critique Speakers: Turan Subasat, Professor at Department of Economics, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Turkey &  Stavros Mavroudeas, Vice Chair of the World Association for Political Economy, Professor of Political Economy, Department of Social Policy, Panteion University,  Greece 2. The Great Recession: a Marx,

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WAPE 2021 Forum

PANEL 8. ‘Capitalist Accumulation and the Financialisation Hypothesis: a Critical Review

Saturday, December 18 @ Beijing 16:10-18:10 (GMT 08:10-10:10, Athens time 10:10-12:10)

Moderator:

Stavros Mavroudeas, Vice Chair of the World Association for Political Economy, Professor of Political Economy, Department of Social Policy, Panteion University,  Greece

Panelists:

1. The Financialization Hypothesis: A Theoretical and Empirical Critique

Speakers: Turan Subasat, Professor at Department of Economics, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Turkey

Stavros Mavroudeas, Vice Chair of the World Association for Political Economy, Professor of Political Economy, Department of Social Policy, Panteion University,  Greece

2. The Great Recession: a Marx, not a Minsky moment

Speaker: Michael Roberts, Independent Marxist Economist, UK

3. Financialisation: A Critique

Speaker: Murray E.G. Smith, Professor of Sociology, Brock University, Canada

4. Store of Value and Means of Circulation: an Old Contradiction with New Expressions

Speaker: Ricardo Gómez Uribe, PhD, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México(UNAM), Mexico

Discussant:

Lefteris Tsoulfidis, Professor of History of Economic Thought, Department of Economics, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece

You can register and attend the panel at https://www.bagevent.com/event/7967712

Instructions

Please follow the instructions below to get prepared for the Zoom video meeting.

1. Since some web browsers are not compatible with Zoom, you are strongly recommend to download https://zoom.us/download, install and open Zoom Client for Meetings, then click Join a Meeting and enter the Zoom Meeting ID (available in the program) and your Full Name, put in the password (also available in the program). Test your microphone and camera to make sure that they are working well.

If you have difficulty in downloading and installing the Zoom Client for Meetings, you can also join the meeting by clicking ENTER on the top of each plenary or panel program.

2. You will find in the program that the panel is set up with both Beijing time and GMT. Please check your local time to make sure you won’t miss the panel with your presentation.

3. Please join the Zoom Meeting at least 30 minutes before the panel starts, and double check your network, microphone and camera. We have a very tight two-day program, and don’t expect to get delayed for technical reasons.

4. After you enter the Zoom Meeting, please keep your microphone and camera on all the time, and our administrator will mute you (except for the panel moderator) when it’s not your turn for presentation.

5. We provide simultaneous translation for all sessions, choose the channel of your language.

Stavros Mavroudeas
He is currently Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Social Policy of Panteion University. He was previously Professor of Political Economy at the Department of Economics of the University of Macedonia. He studied at the Economics Department of the National Kapodistriakon University of Athens, from where he received his BA Economics (1985 - First Class Honours).

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