Second EAEPE Panel on institutional function and credibility

At the 28th Conference for Political and Evolutionary Economics (EAEPE), the RECOLAND Project will host a panel.

EAEPE Annual Conference -Panel Proposal

INSTITUTIONAL CREDIBILITY AND FUNCTION

3-5 Nov 2016, Manchester 2016

This call for papers describes a panel to be held during the annual EAEPE conference. EAEPE is one of the largest heterodox economics associations in Europe, and its conferences generally attracts a wide audience of political scientists, sociologists, economists and anthropologists interested in the rethinking of mainstream economic theory. For further information please contact the organizer: Peter Ho, Delft University of Technology, p.p.s.ho@tudelft.nl

Key words: credibility, economic history, Lamarckian theory, disequilibrium, emergentism, endogenous development

See also the attached program.

EAEPE Panel Proposal 2016

EAEPE_Session 2016

2nd EAEPE Panel Introduction

 

Photo impression of the EAEPE panel

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Prof Wedeman on vote buying in China

prof-modarres-on-global-migration

Prof Modarres on global migration

dr-shi-on-the-credibility-of-the-hukou-system

Dr. Shi on the credibility of the Hukou system

dr-miyamura-on-indian-labor-institutions

Dr Miyamura on Indian labor institutions

dr-yue-on-the-credibility-of-urban-slums

Dr Yue on the credibility of urban slums

phd-researcher-zheng-on-urban-real-estate

PhD researcher Zheng on urban real estate

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Listening to the presentations

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Social gathering of the participants

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The  participants of the 2nd session on institutional function and credibility

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