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Lecture | October 2015

Re-embracing Keynes: Scholars, Admirers, and Skeptics in the Aftermath of the Crisis

Lecture by 
Cristina Marcuzzo, University of Rome
Presented by the Bard College Economics Department and Economics Club, and the Levy Economics Institute

Weis Cinema, Bard College
October 6, 2015, 4:45 p.m.

Cristina Marcuzzo is a full professor of political economy at the Sapienza University of Rome, with research interests in Keynesian economics and the history of thought. She earned a diploma in the philosophy of science from the University of Milan in 1974 and a master of science in economics from the London School of Economics in 1977. She has held academic positions in universities across Italy, as well as had fellowships and other academic posts at US institutions such as UCLA, UC Berkeley, and Harvard University.

Marcuzzo is president of the Association for the History of Political Economy and has served as the head of various university research projects on speculation and instability in financial markets. She has published numerous books across a variety of subjects, from the history of Keynesian thought to her recent book on the development of the Latin American economy. She has served as a referee for many peer-reviewed journals, including the American Economic Review, Cambridge Journal of Economics, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, History of Political Economy, and Economica Politica, and has also been published in many top journals.

This talk is part of the ongoing Economics Seminar Series, which is dedicated to furthering the exchange of economic ideas in the greater Bard community.
 

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