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Slides for two-hr lecture, Wednesday in February and March, Mandate Office, Cavendish Row, Dublin 1.

Irish Political Economy, Lecture One: what is Political Economy? from Conor McCabe
Recommended reading:

Arrighi (2009) The Long Twentieth Century: Introduction from Conor McCabe

Jim Stanford, introduction to Economics for Everyone […]

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I’m starting to think about classes for activists for the new year - venue possibly Dublin city centre - and just based on the past twelve months these are some of the topics that I think might be of interest?
- basic research skills for activists (using the CSO/census/EU and government reports/newspapers and journals etc […]

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I’m giving a talk later today on feminist economics in Seomra Spraoi, off Mountjoy Square, Dublin 1. Below are a couple of texts that I’ll be referring to, as well as slides from a similar talk I gave in Belfast in March.
first of all, chapter one of Marie Mies and Veronika Bennholdt-Thomsen, The Subsistence Perspective: […]

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Presentation given by Iren Levina, Kingston University, at the Post-Keynesian and Political Economy Workshop, 13 July 2013.
The slides are here, and the audio is below. To download audio, click here and save.

Iren Levina - Three Aspects of Modern Banking - 13 July 2013 from Conor McCabe

 
icon for podpress  Iren Levina 13 July 2013 [70:03m]: Play Now | Play in Popup

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This is an audio of a lecture given by Professor Stockhammer at the Introduction to Post Keynesian Economics and Political Economy workshop at Kingston University, London, 11-13 July 2013. It was organised by the Post Keynesian Study Group and the Political Economy Research Group Kingston University.
I’ve done up a rough powerpoint of some of […]

 
icon for podpress  Stockhammer Post Keynesian Introduction: Play Now | Play in Popup

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This is very brief - really just to get it noted before I forget to do so. We had a good workshop last week. We all presented a bit of research we had done into women and the workforce in Ireland. Moving on, we took to look at five areas for the next meeting:
1. The […]

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You’ve got to hand it to the US House of Representatives. Whenever there’s a problem with the world, it holds a hearing. The report below is from 2010 and carries the title, “Building a Science of Economics for the Real world.’
The picture quote is from Robert Solow, by his own admission ‘a quite traditional mainstream […]

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