Marc Lavoie is now Emeritus Professor at the University of Sorbonne Paris Nord and Emeritus Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Ottawa.
Marc Lavoie has recently ended a three-year stint as a Senior Research Chair from the University Sorbonne Paris Cité. He is now Emeritus Professor at the University of Sorbonne Paris Nord and Emeritus Professor at the University of Ottawa, where he taught for 37 years. He is a Research Fellow at the Macroeconomic Research Institute of the Hans Böckler Foundation in Düsseldorf and a Research Associate at the Broadbent Institute in Toronto. Lavoie has published 10 books and over 150 refereed articles and 80 book chapters, mostly in macroeconomics – monetary economics and growth theory – but also in other fields such as the economics of sports. He is best known for his book with Wynne Godley, Monetary Economics (2007), which is considered a must-read for users of the stock-flow consistent approach. His latest book, Post-Keynesian Economics: New Foundations, received the 2017 Myrdal Prize from the European Association of Evolutionary Political Economy. He is a co-editor of two academic journals and is on the editorial board of 10 other journals.
Dirk Ehnts is a representative of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT), spokesman and co-founder of the Samuel-Pufendorf-Gesellschaft für politische Ökonomie.
Dirk Ehnts was a deputy professor at the European University of Flensburg and a deputy professor of Latin American macroeconomics at the Free University of Berlin. Prior to that, he was a guest lecturer in economics, in particular macroeconomics, money and currency, at the Berlin School of Economics and Law (2012-2014).
He is the author of „Geld und Kredit: Eine €-päische Perspektive” (Metropolis, 2nd edition), which was published in English as „Modern Monetary Theory and European Macroeconomics” by Routledge. A textbook on macroeconomics is in preparation and will probably be published by the end of 2019. Ehnts organised the first European MMT Conference on 1 and 2 February 2019.
Louis-Philippe Rochon is Full Professor of Economics at Laurentian University, Canada, where he has been teaching since 1994. Before that, he taught at Kalamazoo College, in Michigan.
He obtained his doctorate from the New School for Social Research, in 1998, earning him the ‘Frieda Wunderlich Award for Outstanding Dissertation’, for his dissertation on endogenous money and post-Keynesian economics. Since January 2019, he is the editor of the Review of Political Economy.
He is also the founder and past editor (now emeritus) of the Review of Keynesian Economics. He has been guest-editor for the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, the International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, the European Journal of Economic and Social Systems, the International Journal of Political Economy, and the Journal of Banking Finance and Sustainable Development. He has published on monetary theory and policy, post-Keynesian economics, and fiscal policy.
He is on the editorial board of Ola Financiera, International Journal of Political Economy, the European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, Problemas del Desarrollo, Cuestiones Económicas (Central Bank of Ecuador), and Bank & Credit (Central Bank of Poland). He is the Editor of the following book series: the Elgar Series in Central Banking and Monetary Policy, Heterodox Undergraduate Introductions Series, and New Directions in Post-Keynesian Economics. His forthcoming books include The Future of Central Banking (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021), A Short History of Economic Thought (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020), Employment in the Age of Austerity (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020, co), as well as two volumes honouring the work of Marc Lavoie and Mario Seccareccia.
He has been a Visiting Professor of Visiting Scholar in Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, Mexico, Poland, South Africa, and the United States, and has further lectured in China, Colombia, Ecuador, Italy, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, and Peru. He is the author of some 150 articles in peer-reviewed journals and books, and has written or edited close to 30 books. He has received grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada (SSHRC), the Ford Foundation, and the Mott Foundation, among other places.
Anna Zachorowska - Mazurkiewicz
Anna Zachorowska-Mazurkiewicz is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Economics, Finance and Management, and a director of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.
She holds a Ph.D. in economics. Her research interests focus on institutional and feminist economics.
She has written about economic situation of women in the US, EU and transition economies, especially Poland, social and economic inequalities, as well as gender in economic thought. She is a founding member of GEM-Europe, and a member of Feminist Think Tank. In 2005 she was a fellow in Program on Knowledge Networking and Capacity Building on Gender, Macroeconomics and International Economics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, US. In 2010 she was a Marie Curie fellow in School of Social Justice at University College Dublin. In 2017/18 she was a visiting professor in Bowling Green State University in Ohio, US teaching about Women in economy and society.
Praca kobiet w teorii ekonomii – perspektywa ekonomii głównego nurtu i ekonomii instytucjonalnej [Women’s labour in the economic theory – perspectives of the main stream and feminist economics], Krakow: Jagiellonian University Press, 2016.
Institutional Approach to Gender Bias in Old Age Security Systems: Comparative Analysis of Swedish and Polish Pension Reforms, Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 54 (3), pp. 755-771, 2020, (co-author: Sławomir Czech)
The Concept of Care in Institutional and Feminist Economics and Its Impact on Public Policy. Journal of Economic Issues Vol. 49 (2), 2015, pp. 405-413,
Role of Economic Policy in Reinforcing Gender Inequality – A Case Study of Poland in the European Union. [w:] Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. XLIII, no. 2, June 2009, s. 503-511. ISSN: 0021-3624.
He was the chairman of the Research Council of the Institute of Economic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2007-2013) and member of the Committee on Economic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2007-2011 and again since 2020); member of NBP Economic Research Committee (2009-2011); member of the National Development Council of the President of the Republic of Poland (Jan.-April 20100 and economic adviser to the President of the Republic of Poland (2010- 2013). In 2001-2013 he taught at the Bielsko-Biała School of Finances and Law and in 2016-2018 at the Warsaw School of Economics. He was the Minister – Head of the Central Planning Office (1989-1991) and minister of finance (1992-1993). In 1990, he was awarded Doctor Honoris Causa from New York University. In 1995-2008, he was a consultant for the World Bank, for the United Nations Development Programme and for other international and non-government organisations in the area of economic transformation, notably in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States. He was a Member of Parliament (1989-2001) In 2013-2019 he was a member of Monetary Policy Council of the National Bank of Poland. A former student and assistant to Kalecki, Osiatyński is the editor of the six volume-long Polish edition of Kalecki’s Collected Works (Warsaw, PWE, 1979-1988), and of the seven volume-long their English edition (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1990-1997), and an author of several dozens of research papers.
She is the president of the Polish Economic Society and a member of: the Scientific Council of the Institute of Economic Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the „Poland 2000 Plus” Committee Presidium, the Economic Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She is a creator of models of predicting bankruptcy. She specializes in economics, including economic analysis, finance and enterprise valuation, economic systems and strategy of socio-economic development. She is the author (or co-author) of about 300 publications on these subjects.
Maria Cristina Marcuzzo
Former President of the European Society for the History of Economic and the Italian Society for the History of Political Economy, she has been Visiting Professor in several universities in Europe, Japan, Mexico and United States. She has worked on classical monetary theory, the Cambridge School of Economics, Keynesian economics, and more recently, Keynes investments in financial markets. She has published about 100 articles in journals and books, plus authoring or editing 20 volumes. Collections of her essays have been published by Routledge (Fighting market failure, 2012 and in Japanese by Nihon Keizai Hyoronsha, 2015) and recently by Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Essays in Keynesian Persuasion, 2019).