CV

[Full CV in pdf (August 2014)]

FREDERIC S. LEE

Education

  • Ph. D. in Economics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1983
  • M. Phil. in Economics, Rutgers University, 1982
  • Centro di Studi Economici Avanzati, Trieste, Italy 1981
  • University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1977-78
  • Columbia University, New York City, New York 1976‑77
  • B.A. in History, Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Maryland, 1972

Books

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  1. Microeconomic Theory: A Heterodox Approach, Routledge, 2017 (forthcoming)
  2. Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics, edited with Bruce Cronin. Edward Elgar, 2016.
  3. Marx, Veblen, and the Foundations of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of John F. Henry, edited with Tae-Hee Jo, Routledge, 2015.
  4. Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2013; also appeared as the 2013 April issue of the AJES.
  5. In Defense of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics:  Responses to their critics (edited with Marc Lavoie), Routledge, 2012.
  6. Social Provisioning, Embeddedness and Modeling the Economy (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; also appeared as the 2011 November issue of the AJES.
  7. Social, Methods, and Microeconomics:  Contributions to doing economics better (edited), Wiley-Blackwell, 2011; also appeared as the 2011 April issue of the AJES.
  8. Evaluating Economic Research in a Contested Discipline:  Ranking, pluralism, and the future of heterodox economics (edited with W. Elsner), Wiley-Blackwell, 2010; also appears as the 2010 November issue of the AJES. A History of Heterodox Economics:  Challenging the mainstream in the twentieth century, Routledge,  2009.
  9. Radical Economics and Labor:  Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial (edited with Jon Bekken), Routledge,  2009.
  10. Post Keynesian Price Theory, Cambridge University Press, 1998.  Reprinted in paperback, November, 2006.
  11. A Monetary Theory of Employment by Gardiner C. Means (edited with Warren Samuels), M. E. Sharpe, 1994.
  12. Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists 1922 – 1971:  Recollections of Students and Economists (edited), Bodliean Library, Oxford, 1993, (MS. Eng. c. 4819).
  13. The Economics of P. W. S. Andrews:  A Collection (edited with Peter E. Earl), Edward Elgar, 1993.
  14. Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists (co‑authored with Warren Young), Macmillan, 1993.
  15. The Heterodox Economics of Gardiner C. Means:  A Collection (edited with Warren J. Samuels), M. E. Sharpe, 1992.

Articles

  1. “Heterodox Surplus Approach:  Production, Prices, and Value Theory,” Bulletin of Political Economy, 6.2 (2012).
  2. “Heterodox Economics and its Critics,” Review of Political Economy, 24.2 (2012).
  3. Être ou ne pas être hétérodoxe : réponse argumentée aux détracteurs de l’hétérodoxie,” Revue Francaise De Socio-Economie, 8 (2011).
  4. “Modeling the Economy as a Whole:  An Integrative Approach,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 70.5 (2011).
  5. “Social Surplus Approach and Heterodox Economics,” (with Tae-Hee Jo) Journal of Economic Issues, 45.4 (2011).
  6. “Heterodox Economics, Tolerance and Pluralism:  A Reply to Garnett and Mearman,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 43.4 (2011).
  7. “The Pluralism Debate in Heterodox Economics,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 43.4 (2011).
  8. “Editor’s Introduction,” (with W. Elsner) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  9. “Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline:  A Bibliometric Approach to Quality Equality Between Theoretically Distinct Sub-disciplines,” (with T. C. Grijalva and C. Nowell) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  10. “Research Quality Rankings of Heterodox Economic Journals in a Contested Discipline,” (with B. C. Cronin, assisted by S. McConnell and E. Dean) American Journal of Economics and Sociology 69.5 (2010).
  11. “A Heterodox Teaching of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,” International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 1.3 (2010).
  12. “Publishing, Ranking, and the Future of Heterodox Economics – Introduction,” On The Horizon – Special Issue:  Publishing, Refereeing, Ranking, and the Future of Heterodox Economics (with W. Elsner), 16.4 (2008).
  13. “A Case for Ranking Heterodox Journals and Departments,’ On The Horizon, 16.4 (2008).
  14. “Making History by Making Identity and Institutions:  The Emergence of Post Keynesian-Heterodox Economics in Britain, 1974 – 1996,” History of Economics Review, 46 (Summer,2007).
  15. “Research Assessment Exercise, the State, and the Dominance of Mainstream Economics in British Universities,” Cambridge Journal of Economics, 31.2 (2007). http://cje.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/bel021?ijkey=Y4WiAjyBdNsuhwh&keytype=ref
  16. “The Ranking Game, Class and Scholarship in American Mainstream Economics,” Australasian Journal of Economics Education 3.1-2 (2006).
  17. “Teaching Heterodox Microeconomics,” Post-Autistic Economics Review 31, (16 May 2005), http://www.paecon.net. .
  18. “Grounded Theory and Heterodox Economics,” The Grounded Theory Review:  An International Journal, 4.2 (2005).
  19. “Pasinetti, Keynes and the Multiplier,” Review of Political Economy (with A. B. Trigg), 17.1 (2005).
  20. “To be a Heterodox Economist:  The Contested Landscape of American Economics, 1960s and 70s,” Journal of Economic Issues, 38.3 (2004).
  21. “The Incoherent Emperor:  A Heterodox Critique of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,” Review of Social Economy (with S. Keen), 62.2 (2004).
  22.  “History and Identity:  The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945 – 1970,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 36 (2004).
  23. “Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936:  A History of a Promise that Bounced?” (with E. Tymoigne), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 26 (2003-4).
  24. “The Association for Heterodox Economics:  Past, Present, and Future,”  Journal of Australian Political Economy 50 (2002).
  25. “Mutual Aid and the Making of Heterodox Economics in Post-War America:  A Post Keynesian View,” History of Economics Review, 35 (2002).
  26. “Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundation of Post Keynesian Economics,”  Cambridge Journal of Economics, 26 (2002). Reprinted in Realist Methodology, edited by W. Olsen, SAGE Publications, 2010.
  27. “Conference of Socialist Economists and the Emergence of Heterodox Economics in Post-War Britain,” Capital and Class, 75 (2001).
  28. “Post Keynesian Pricing Theory ‘Reconfirmed’?  A Critical Review of ‘Asking about Prices’,” (with P. Downward) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 23 (2001).
  29. “The Organizational History of Post Keynesian Economics in America, 1971 – 1995,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 23 (2000).
  30. “Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression (in Spanish),” Cuadernos de Economia 19.32 (2000).
  31. “Re-Testing Gardiner Means’ Evidence on Administered Prices,” (with P. Downward) Journal of Economic Issues, 33 (1999).
  32. “Administered Price Hypothesis and the Dominance of Neoclassical Price Theory:  The Case of the Industrial Prices Dispute”, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 17 (1999).
  33. “Peer Review, the Research Assessment Exercise and the Demise of Non-Mainstream Economics,” (with S. Harley) Capital and Class, 66 (1998).
  34. “Research Selectivity, Managerialism, and the Academic Labor Process:  The future of nonmainstream economics in U.K. universities,” (with S. Harley) Human Relations, 50 (1997).
  35. “Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1934 – 1977:  A Case Study of Directed Economic Research,” Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 15 (1997).
  36. “Pricing, the Pricing Model, and Post Keynesian Price Theory,” Review of Political Economy 8 (1996).
  37. “From Post Keynesian to Historical Price Theory, Part II:  Facts, Theory, and Empirically Grounded Pricing Model,” Review of Political Economy 7 (1995).
  38. “From Post Keynesian to Historical Price Theory, Part I:  Facts, Theory, and Empirically Grounded Pricing Model,” Review of Political Economy 6 (1994).
  39. “The Fate of an Errant Hypothesis:  The Normal Cost Prices Doctrine,” (with J. Irving‑Lessmann), History of Political Economy 24 (1992).
  40. “The History of the Oxford Challenge to Marginalism, 1934 ‑ 1952,” Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro Quarterly Review 179 (1991).
  41. “Marginalist Controversy and Post Keynesian Price Theory,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 13 (1990 ‑ 91).
  42. “From Multi‑Industry Planning to Keynesian Planning:  Gardiner Means, the American Keynesians, and National Economic Planning at the National Resources Committee,” Journal of Policy History, 2 (1990).
  43. “The Modern Corporation and Gardiner Means’s Critique of Neoclassical Economics,” The Journal of Economic Issues 24 (1990).  Reprinted in Clark, T. (ed.)  2005.  Corporate Governance. London:  Routledge.
  44. “G. C. Means’s Doctrine of Administered Prices,” Thames Papers in Political Economy, Summer (1989).  Also published in Theory and Policy in Political Economy:  Essays in Pricing Distribution and Growth, P. Arestis and Y. Kitromilides (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing Company, 1990.
  45. “The Power of Ideas and the Impact of One Man:  Alfred Eichner, 1937 ‑ 1988,” (with M. Groves and W. Milberg), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 11 (1989).
  46. “D. H. MacGregor and the Firm:  A Neglected Chapter in the History of the Post Keynesian Theory of the Firm,” British Review of Economic Issues, 11 (1989).
  47. “A New Dealer in Agriculture:  G. C. Means and the Writing of Industrial Prices,” Review of Social Economy, 46 (1988).
  48. “A Post Keynesian Appraisal of the Contestability Criterion,” (with J. Davies), Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 11 (1988).
  49. “A Post Keynesian Approach to a Theory of Industrial Organization,” The Keizai Hyoron, (June, 1987), (in Japanese).
  50. “P. W. S. Andrews’s Theory of Competitive Oligopoly:  A New Interpretation,” (with J. Irving‑Lessmann, P. Earl, and J. Davies), British Review of Economic Issues, 8 (1986).
  51. “Post Keynesian View of Average Direct Costs:  A Critical Evaluation of the Theory and the Empirical Evidence,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 8 (1986).
  52. “‘Full Cost’ Prices, Classical Price Theory, and Long Period Method Analysis:  A Critical Evaluation,” Metroeconomica, 37 (1985).
  53. “The Marginalist Controversy and the Demise of Full Cost Pricing,” Journal of Economic Issues, 18 (1984).
  54. “Full Cost Pricing:  A New Wine in a New Bottle,” Australian Economic Papers, 23 (1984).
  55. “The Oxford Challenge to Marshallian Supply and Demand:  The History of the Oxford Economists’ Research Group,” Oxford Economic Papers 33 (1981).

Chapters/Entries in Books

  1. “Post Keynesian Price Theory:  From Pricing to Market Governance to the Economy as a Whole.”  In Handbook for Post-Keynesian Economics, edited by G. C. Harcourt and P. Kriesler, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
  2. “Competition, Going Enterprise, and Economic Activity.”  In Alternative Theories of Competition: Challenges to the Orthodoxy, edited by J. K. Moudud, C. Bina, and P. L. Mason, Routledge, 2012.
  3. “Heterodox Economics and its Critics.”  In In Defense of Post-Keynesian and heterodox Economics: Responses to their critics, edited by F. S. Lee and M. Lavoie, Routledge, 2012.
  4. “Pricing and Prices” with G. C. Gu.  In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, 2nd ed., edited by J. King, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  5. “University of Missouri-Kansas City.” In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, 2nd ed., edited by J. King, Edward Elgar, 2012.
  6. “David H. MacGregor and Industrial Economics at Oxford, 1920 – 1945.”  In Marshall and Marshallians on Industrial Economics, edited by T. Raffaelli, T. Nishizawa, and S. Cook, Routledge, 2011.
  7. “Pluralism in Heterodox Economics.”  In Economic Pluralism, edited by R. Garnett, E. K. Olsen, and M. Starr, Routledge, 2010.
  8. “Alfred Eichner’s Missing ‘Complete Model’:  A Heterodox Micro-Macro Model of a Monetary Production Economy.”  In Money and Macrodynamics:  Alfred Eichner and Post-Keynesian Economics, edited by M. Lavoie, L.-P. Rochon, and M. Seccareccia, M. E. Sharpe, 2009.
  9. “The Economics of the Industrial Workers of the World:  Job Control and Revolution.”  In Radical Economics and Labor:  Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial, edited by F. S. Lee and J. Bekken, Routledge, 2009.
  10. “Radical Economics and the Labor Movement,” (with J. Bekken).  In Radical Economics and Labor: Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial, edited by F. S. Lee and J. Bekken, Routledge, 2009.
  11. “Heterodox Economics.”  In New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics, edited by L. E. Blume and S. Durlauf, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
  12. “The Role of Oral History in the Historiography of Heterodox Economics,” (with T. Mata).  In Economists’ Lives:  Biography and Autobiography in the History of Economics, edited by E. R. Weintraub and E. L. Forget, Duke University Press, 2007.
  13. “Teoria Microeconomica Heterodoxa.”  In Microeconomia Heterodoxa:  Lecturas del Primer Seminario de Microeconomia Heterodoxa, edited by Gustavo Vargas Sanchez, Editorial Castdel, 2007.
  14. “Philip W. S. Andrews.”  In Dictionary of British Economists, edited by Donald Rutherford, Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.
  15. “David H. Macgregor.”  In Dictionary of British Economists, edited by Donald Rutherford, Thoemmes Continuum, 2004.
  16. “Sidney Ball.”  In New Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 3, edited by H. C. G. Matthew and B. Harrison, Oxford University Press, 2004.
  17. “Theory Foundation and the Methodological Foundations of Post Keynesian Economics.”  In Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique, edited by P. Downward, Routledge, 2003.
  18. “Pricing and Prices.”  In The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, edited by J. King, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2003.
  19. “Post Keynesian Economics (1930 – 2000):  An Emerging Heterodox Economic Theory of Capitalism.” In Understanding Capitalism, edited by D. Dowd, Pluto Press, 2002.
  20. “Means, Gardiner (1898 – 1988).”  In Biographical Dictionary of Management, vol. 2, edited by M. Witzel, Thoemmes Press, 2001.
  21. “Macroeconomics, post-Keynesian microeconomics foundations,” “Mark-up, post-Keynesian literature,” and “Microeconomics, post-Keynesian.”  In Reader’s Guide to the Social Sciences, vol. 2, edited by J. Michie, Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2001.
  22. “Gardiner C. Means.”  In International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, 2nd edition, edited by M. Warner, Thomson Learning, 2001.  Reprinted in The IEBM Handbook of Economics, edited by W. Lazonick, Thomson, 2002.
  23. “Gardiner C. Means, 1896 ‑ 1988.”  In Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists, 2nd edition, Philip Arestis and Malcolm C. Sawyer (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000.
  24. “Caroline Ware.”  (with W. J. Samuels)  In A Biographical Dictionary of Women Economists, edited by R. W. Dimand, M. A. Dimand, and E. Forget, Edward Elgar, 2000.
  25. “On the Genesis of Post Keynesian Economics:  Alfred S. Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics” (edited).  In Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Volume 18-C, Twentieth-Century Economics, JAI/Elsevier, 2000.
  26. “Alfred S. Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics.”  In Twentieth-Century Economics, JAI/Elsevier, 2000.
  27. “Economics Divided:  The Limitations of Peer Review in a Paradigm Bound Social Science,” (with S. Harley).  In The New Higher Education:  Issues and Directions for the Post-Dearing University, edited by D. Jary and M. Parker, Staffordshire University Press, 1998.
  28. “Gardiner Means and the Dissent of Administered Prices.”  In Economics and its Discontents:  Twentieth Century Dissenting Economists, edited by R. Holt and S. Pressman, Edward Elgar, 1998.
  29. “Gardiner C. Means.”  In International Encyclopedia of Business and Management, edited by M. Warner, Thomson Business Press, 1996. Reprinted in IBEM Handbook of Management Thinkers, edited by M. Warner, International Thomson Publishing, 1998.
  30. “Pricing and the Business Enterprise.”  In Political Economy for the 21st Century:  Contemporary Views on the Trend of Economics, edited by C. J. Whalen, M. E. Sharpe, 1996.
  31. “Means and the Making of a Anti-Keynesian Monetary Theory of Employment.”  In Gardiner C. Means’s A Monetary Theory of Employment, edited by W. Samuels and F. Lee, M. E. Sharpe, 1994.
  32. “Gardiner C. Means” (with Warren J. Samuels).  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  33. “Full Cost Pricing”.  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool(eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  34. “Administered Prices”.  In The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, W. J. Samuels, G. Hodgson, and M. Tool (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1994.
  35. “Facts, Theory and the Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory”.  In Dynamics of the Firm, Strategies of Pricing and Organisation, edited by J. Groenewegen, Edward Elgar, 1993.
  36. “Introduction”.  In Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists 1922 – 1971:  Recollections of Students and Economists, Bodliean Library, Oxford, 1993.
  37. “Philip Walter Sawford Andrews, 1914 ‑ 1971”.  In The Economics of  P. W. S. Andrews:  A Collection, edited by Frederic S. Lee and Peter E. Earl, Edward Elgar, 1993.
  38. “Gardiner C. Means 1896 ‑ 1988” (with Warren J. Samuels).  For the Introduction of The Heterodox Economics of Gardiner C. Means: A Collection, edited by Frederic S. Lee and Warren J. Samuels, published by M. E. Sharpe, 1992.
  39. “Gardiner C. Means, 1896 ‑ 1988.”  In Biographical Dictionary of Dissenting Economists, Philip Arestis and Malcolm C. Sawyer (eds.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 1992.
  40. “Whatever Became of the Full Cost Principle?” in Economics in Disarray, P. Wiles and G. Routh (eds.), Basil Blackwell, 1984.

Notes, Reviews, and other Publications

  1. “Preface,” (with M. Lavoie) to In Defense of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics:  Responses to their critics, edited by F. S. Lee and M. Lavoie, Routledge, 2012.
  2. Review of At the Edge of Camelot:  Debating Economics in Turbulent Times by Donald W. Katzner, OEconomia – History/Methodology/Philosophy, 2.3 (2012), forthcoming.  Also on Weboeconomia, The OEconomia Book Review Online, May 2012: http://weboeconomia.org/bro_lee_katzner.pdf.
  3. “Introduction to the Symposium:  The Future of Post-Keynesian Economics and Heterodox Economics contra their Critics,” (with M. Lavoie) Review of Political Economy, 24.2 (2012).
  4. Review of Economists and Societies:  Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain & France, 1890s to 1990s by Marion Fourcade, Journal of Socio-Economics, 40.5 (2011).
  5. Review of Issues in Heterodox Economics edited by Donald A. R. George, Economica, 78.312 (October) (2011).
  6. “Assessing Economic Research and the Future of Heterodox Economics:  Failures and alternatives of journals, departments, and scholars rankings,” (with W. Elsner) Intervention:  European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies, 7.1 (2010).
  7. “Forward” to Money and Households in a Capitalist Economy by Z. Todorova, Edward Elgar, 2009.
  8. Informational Directory for Heterodox Economists:  Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, Journals, Publishers and Book Series, Associations, Blogs, and Institutes and other Websites, compiled and edited, 3rd edition (September, 2008).
  9. “Heterodox Economics,” The Long Term View 7.1 (2008).
  10. “Series Forward.”  In Future Directions for Heterodox Economics edited by J. T. Harvey and R. F. Garnett, University of Michigan Press, (2008).
  11. Review of Economics Confronts the Economy by Philip A. Klein, Journal of Economic Issues, 42.1 (2008).
  12. “A Comment on ‘The Citation Impact of Feminist Economics’,” Feminist Economics, 14.1 (2008).
  13. “The Industrial Workers of the World.”  In The Encyclopedia of the Age of the Industrial Revolution 1700 – 1920, edited by Christine Rider, Greenwood Press, (2007).
  14. “Introduction to the Special Issue on the History of Heterodox Economics,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 38.4 (Fall, 2006).
  15. Review of Political Economy from Below:  Economic Thought in Communitarian Anarchism, 1840 – 1914 by Rob Knowles, History of Economics Review, 42 (Summer, 2005); also in Industrial Worker, 102.9 (October, 2005),
  16. Review of Post Keynesian Econometrics, Microeconomics and the Theory of the Firm edited by S. C. Dow and J. Hillard, International Journal of Social Economics, 32.2 (2005).
  17. Informational Directory for Heterodox Economists:  Journals, Book Series, Websites, and Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, compiled and edited with S. Cohn, G. Schneider, and P. Quick, (January 2005); 2nd edition (May 2005).
  18. “Undergraduate Programs for Heterodox Economists,” URPE Newsletter, 36.2 (Winter 2005).
  19. “Predestined to Heterodoxy or How I became a Heterodox Economist,” EAEPE Newsletter, 32 (July, 2004).
  20. Review of The Crisis in Economics:  The Post-Autistic Economics Movement:  the first 600 days by Edward Fullbrook, Journal of Economic Issues, 38.3 (2004).
  21. “Economics as a Disabling Myth,” Industrial Worker 101.2 (February, 2004).
  22. Review of A History of Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936 by John King, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25 (2003).
  23. Review of Economics and its Enemies:  Two Centuries of Anti-Economics by William O. Coleman, History of Economics Review 38 (2003).
  24. “Heterodox Journals,” URPE Newsletter, 35.1 (Fall, 2003).
  25. “Heterodox Book Series.” URPE Newsletter, 35.1 (Fall, 2003)
  26. “Graduate Programs for Radical Political Economists.” URPE Newsletter, 34.1 (Fall, 2002).
  27. “History of Heterodox Economics as a History of Failure:  Comment on Geoff Hodgson,” EAEPE Newsletter, 26 (July, 2001).
  28. Review of The Market:  Ethics, Knowledge and Politics by John O’Neill, Capital and Class, 71 (2000).
  29. Review of Economics and the Historian by Thomas G. Rawski et. al., Review of Radical Political Economics, 31 (1999).
  30. “Alfred Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics, 1969 – 1983—summary with discussion,” History of Economic Thought Newsletter, 61 (Winter, 1998).
  31. “Post Keynesian Pricing Theory ‘Reconfirmed’?  A Critical Review of `Asking about Prices’,” (with P. Downward), Staffordshire University Business School, Division of Economics Working Paper 98.13.
  32. Review of Post-Keynesian Economic Theory edited by Paul Wells, Review of Radical Political Economics, 30 (1998).
  33. Letter, The Times Higher Education Supplement, (January 30, 1998).
  34. Letter, PKSG Newsletter (December 1997).
  35. “Research Assessment Exercise and Dictating Economic Research:  The Case of Economics,” (with S. Harley) Radical Philosophy, 85 (1997).  Reprinted as “The Economic Cleansing of Economics,” Lib Ed:  A magazine for the liberation of learning, 29 (Autumn 1998).
  36. Review of Competition, Technology and Money:  Classical and Post-Keynesian Perspectives edited by Mark A. Glick, Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (1997).
  37. Review of Beyond Competition:  The Economics of Mergers and Monopoly Power by Thomas Karier, Review of Radical Political Economics, 29 (1997).
  38. Review of Ownership and Control:  Rethinking Corporate Governance for the Twenty-First Century by M. M. Blair and Managers vs. Owners:  The Struggle for Corporate Control in American Democracy by A. Kaufman, L, Zacharias, and M. Karson, Journal of Economic Issues, 30 (1996).
  39. “PKSG Attendance Data,” PKSG Newsletter (October 1996).
  40. “The Future of Post Keynesian Economics:  A Response,” PKSG Newsletter (October 1996).
  41. “Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1934 – 1977:  A Case Study of
  42. Directed Economic Research,” Department of Economics, De Montfort University, Discussion Paper 95-08, December 1995.
  43. “The Academic Labour Process and the Research Assessment Exercise: Academic Diversity and the Future of Non-Mainstream Economics in UK Universities” (with S. Harley), Leicester Business School Occasional Paper 24, 1995.
  44. Conversation with J. E. King in J. E. King (ed.), Conversations with Post Keynesians, Macmillan Press, 1995.
  45. “The Death of Post Keynesian Economics?” PKSG Newsletter (January 1995).
  46. Review of Income Distribution in a Corporate Economy by Russell Rimmer, The Manchester School, 62 (1994).
  47. Review of Pricing & Growth:  A Neo-Ricardian Approach by Stanley Bober, The Eastern Economic Journal, 20 (1994).
  48. Review of Thorstein Veblen and his Critics, 1891 – 1963 by Rick Tilman, History of Economic Ideas, (1993).
  49. “Directing Economic Research, Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1930 – 1980–summary with discussion,” History of Economic Thought Newsletter, 51 (Autumn, 1993).
  50. Review of Theories of Political Economy by J. A. Caporaso and D. P. Levine, Journal of Economic Issues, 27 (1993).
  51. Review of Mr Sraffa on Joint Production and other Essays by B. Schefold, and Essays on Piero Sraffa:  Critical Perspectives on the Revival of Classical Theory, edited by K. Bharadwaj and B. Schefold, British Review of Economic Issues, 14 (1992).
  52. “Philip Walter Sawford Andrews:  An Industrial Economist and Creator of a Realistic Theory of Prices,” Leicester Business School Occasional Paper 6, 1992.
  53. Tributes in the Memory of Alfred S. Eichner, (private printing), 1991.
  54. Review of A Century of Economics:  100 Years of the Royal Economic Society and the Economic Journal, edited by J. D. Hey and D. Winch, British Review of Economic Issues, 13 (1991).
  55. “The Marginalist Controversy and the History of the Normal Cost Prices Doctrine,” Les Cahiers d’Economie Industrielle, Working Paper, 1990‑6.
  56. “Symposium:  The Marginalist Controversy and Post Keynesian Price  Theory:  Introduction,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 13 (1990 ‑ 91).
  57. “The Full Cost Principle After 50 Years:  A Review of its History and Speculation of its Future,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 89-3, Roosevelt University (1989).
  58. “The Modern Corporation and Gardiner Means’ Critique of Neoclassical Economics,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 89-1, Roosevelt University (1989).
  59. “Costs, Increasing Costs, and Technical Progress:  Response to the Critics,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 10 (1988).
  60. “G. C. Means’s Doctrine of Administered Prices,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 88-2, Roosevelt University (1988).
  61. “A New Dealer in Agriculture:  G. C. Means and the Writing of Industrial Prices,” Working Papers in Economics and Political Economy 87-1, Roosevelt University (1987).
  62. “Comment:  Reply to Basile and Salvadori,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 9 (1986).
  63. “Kalecki’s Pricing Theory:  Two Comments,” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 8 (1985).
  64. “Full Cost Pricing:  A New Wine in a New Bottle,” Working Paper Series, Department of Economics, University of California, No. 58, 1982(?).
  65. “The Empirical Basis for Constructing Post Keynesian Models,” (with A. S. Eichner), Conservation of Human Resources Project, Columbia University, Working Paper 2, 1978.

Heterodox Economics Newsletter

  • Issue 1:  September 29, 2004
  • Issue 2:  October 15, 2004
  • Issue 3:  November 5, 2004
  • Issue 4:  November 18, 2004
  • Issue 5:  December 15, 2004
  • Issue 6:  January 21, 2005
  • Issue 7:  February 11, 2005
  • Issue 8:  February 25, 2005
  • Issue 9:  March 23, 2005
  • Issue 10:  April 20, 2005
  • Issue 11:  May 11, 2005
  • Issue 12:  June 8, 2005
  • Issue 13:  July 13, 2005
  • Issue 14:  July 30, 2005
  • Issue 15:  August 31, 2005
  • Issue 16:  September 29, 2005
  • Issue 17:  October 11, 2005
  • Issue 18:  October 26, 2005
  • Issue 19:  November 14, 2005
  • Issue 20:  December 5, 2005
  • Issue 21:  January 12, 2006
  • Issue 22:  February 2, 2006
  • Issue 23:  February 20, 2006
  • Issue 24:  March 8, 2006
  • Issue 25:  March 27, 2006
  • Issue 26:  April 11, 2006
  • Issue 27:  May 2, 2006
  • Issue 28:  May 22, 2006
  • Issue 29:  June 18, 2006
  • Issue 30:  August 8, 2006
  • Issue 31:  September 12, 2006
  • Issue 32:  September 29, 2006
  • Issue 33:  October 16, 2006
  • Issue 34:  November 2, 2006
  • Issue 35:  November 20, 2006
  • Issue 36:  December 4, 2006
  • Issue 37:  January 12, 2007
  • Issue 38:  January 26, 2007
  • Issue 39:  February 16, 2007
  • Issue 40:  March 5, 2007
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  • Issue 42:  April 12, 2007
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  • Issue 50:  October 9, 2007
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  • Issue 57:  February 15, 2008
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  • Issue 63:  June 12, 2008
  • Issue 64:  June 27, 2008
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  • Issue 66:  August 5, 2008
  • Issue 67:  August 28, 2008
  • Issue 68:  September 14, 2008
  • Issue 69:  September 30, 2008
  • Issue 70:  October 14, 2008
  • Special Issue:  October 27, 2008
  • Issue 71:  October 30, 2008
  • Issue 72:  November 14, 2008
  • Issue 73:  December 1, 2008
  • Issue 74:  December 19, 2008
  • Issue 75:  January 15, 2009
  • Issue 76:  January 30, 2009
  • Issue 77:  February 14, 2009
  • Issue 78:  March 3, 2009
  • Issue 79:  March 19, 2009
  • Issue 80:  April 9, 2009
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  • Issue 82:  May 8, 2009
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  • Issue 84:  June 24, 2009
  • Issue 85:  July 20, 2009
  • Issue 86:  August 12, 2009
  • Issue 87:  September 2, 2009
  • Issue 88:  September 17, 2009
  • Issue 89:  October 8, 2009
  • Issue 90:  October 29, 2009
  • Issue 91:  November 24, 2009
  • Issue 92:  December 16, 2009

The American Journal of Economics and Sociology

  • 2010 Vol. 69 (2) – “Editor’s Introduction:  Continuity and Change for the AJES”.
  • 2010 Vol. 69 (3) – “Editor’s Introduction”.
  • 2010 Vol. 69 (4) – “Editor’s Introduction”.
  • 2010 Vol. 69 (5) – “Editor’s Introduction”, with W. Elsner.
  • 2011 Vol. 70 (1) – “Editor’s Introduction”
  • 2011 Vol. 70 (2) – “Editor’s Introduction”
  • 2011 Vol. 70 (5) – “Editor’s Introduction”
  • 2013 Vol. 72 (2) – “Editor’s Introduction”

Working Papers, Unpublished Manuscripts and Papers and Works in Progress

  1. “The UK Research Assessment Exercise and the Narrowing of UK Economics,” MPRA Paper No.41842, October 2012.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/41842.
  2. “Critical Realism, Grounded Theory, and Theory Construction in Heterodox Economics,” MPRA Paper No. 40341, July 2012.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/40341.
  3. “Heterodox Surplus Approach:  Production, Prices, and Value Theory,” MPRA Paper No. 31824, June 2011.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/31824.
  4. “The Making of Heterodox Microeconomics,” MPRA Paper No. 30907, May 2011. Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/30907.
  5. “Heterodox Microeconomics and the Foundation of Heterodox Macroeconomics,” MPRA Paper No. 30491, May 2011.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/30491.
  6. “History of the Economics Department at University of Missouri-Kansas City,” MPRA Paper No. 30492, May 2011.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/30492.
  7. “Old Controversy Revisited:  Pricing, Market Structure, and Competition,” MPRA Paper No. 30490, March 2011.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/30490.
  8. “Social Surplus Approach and Heterodox Economics,” MPRA Paper No. 27636, December 2010. Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/27636.
  9. “Heterodox Production and Cost Theory of the Business Enterprise,” MPRA Paper No. 27635, December 2010.  Http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/27635.
  10. “Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry, 1865 – 1880”
  11. “Pricing and Big Business:  The Brookings Institution Contribution to the Doctrine of Administered Prices”
  12. “Grounding Post Keynesian Price Theory:  Recollections of Economists”
  13. Prepared a new edition of “On the Relations Between Cost and Quantity Produced” by P. Sraffa (with G. Langer)

Donated Collections

  • Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists 1922 – 1971:  Recollections of Students and Economists, Bodliean Library, Oxford, (MSS. Eng. c. 4820-23), 1993.
  • The Alfred S. Eichner – Joan Robinson Correspondence, 1969 – 1976, Modern Archive Centre, King’s College, Cambridge, 1994.

Dissertation

  • “Full Cost Pricing:  An Historical and Theoretical Analysis”

Areas of Teaching

  • Microeconomics
  • Industrial Economics
  • History of Economics‑‑20th Century
  • Mathematical Economics
  • U.S. Economic History, 1870 – 1940

Scholarships and Research Grants

  • Charles Leopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind – 15,000 euros: 2008
  • The Dirksen Congressional Center Congressional Research Award: 2000
  • Economic and Social Research Council Component of a Research Centre Grant: 1999
  • Hagley Museum and Library Grant-in-Aid: 1996
  • Hagley Museum and Library Grant-in-Aid: 1995
  • The British Academy Small Personal Research Grant: 1993
  • The Nuffield Foundation Social Science Small Grants Scheme: 1993
  • Research Grant from the Rockefeller Archive Center:1991
  • Roosevelt University Research Leave:1987
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Travel Grant: 1986
  • Beeke‑Levy Research Fellowship: 1986
  • Rutgers University Scholarship: 1980‑81
  • Walter C. Russell Graduate Scholarship:  1979

Awards

  • Emerald Literati Network 2009 Award for Outstanding Paper (for an article in On The Horizon) 2009
  • Ludwig Mai Service Award 2009 (given by the Association for Social Economics for exceptional service to the Association.)
  • UMKC Interdisciplinary Doctoral Student Council Outstanding Interdisciplinary Faculty Award  2007
  • Gunnar Myrdal Prize 2000 (awarded annually for the best monograph on a theme broadly in accord with the EAEPE theoretical perspectives)
  • Helen Potter Award in Social Economics  1988 (given for the best article appearing in Review of Social Economy)

Conference Participation

  1. 11th Conference of the Australian Society of Heterodox Economists 2012—presented a paper on “The UK Research Assessment Exercise and the Narrowing of UK Economics”.
  2. 11th International Post Keynesian Conference 2012—presented a paper on “Heterodox Approach to Cartels and Market Competition” and participated in a roundtable on “Does Post Keynesian Macroeconomics Need Microfoundations?”
  3. Political Economy and the Outlook for Capitalism Joint Conference 2012—presented a paper on ‘The UK Research Assessment Exercise and the Narrowing of UK Economics’; participated in a roundtable discussion on publishing in heterodox economics and political economy; and organized three sessions on heterodox microeconomics and Institutional economics.
  4. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2012—presented a paper on “Competition, Going Enterprise, and Economic Activity” and on “The UK Research Assessment Exercise and the State of British Economics” (with Xuan Pham).
  5. Heterodox Microeconomics Workshop, Buffalo State College, 2012—discussant on ‘Round Table: Heterodox Microeconomics – How to move forward’.
  6. Association for Heterodox Economics Postgraduate Workshop on Advanced Research Methods 2012—made a presentation on ‘Grounded Theory and Economics’.
  7. Southern Economic Association 2011—presented a paper on “Research Funding, Peer Review, and Heterodox Economics;” and chaired a session on “Issues in Social Economics.”
  8. ICAPE Conference 2011—presented a paper on “Production, Prices, and Heterodox Theory of Value;” and chaired a session on “Topics in Heterodox Microeconomics” and on “Plural Perspectives on China’s Emergence”.
  9. Association for Heterodox Economics Conference 2011—presented a paper on “Heterodox Surplus Approach: production, prices and value theory,” and “Structure and Organization of Economic Activity;” and chaired a session on “Withstanding Regulatory Capture I”.
  10. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2011—presented papers on “Structure and Organization of Economic Activity: From Social Fabric to Social Accounting to Agency” and “Production, Prices, and Heterodox Theory of Value.”
  11. ASSA Meetings 2011—chaired a session on “Issues in Heterodox Microeconomics”.
  12. EAEPE 2010 Conference—presented a paper on “Heterodox Economics and its Critics”; and chaired 3 sessions.
  13. 3rd Seminar of Heterodox Microeconomics 2010 – invited speaker and presented a paper on “Heterodox Microeconomics and the Foundation of Heterodox Macroeconomics”.
  14. AJES Workshop:  Social Provisioning, Embeddedness, and Modeling the Economy 2010—presented a paper on “Social Surplus Approach and Heterodox Economics” and “Structure and Organization of Economics Activity:  From Social Fabric to Social Accounting to Agency”.
  15. Association for Heterodox Economics Conference 2010—presented a paper on “Social Surplus Approach and Heterodox Economics,” gave a talk on publishing in economics journals-AJES, participated in a plenary session on “Assessment Procedures and Peer, Publication Strategies for Pluralist Economics, and How to Develop Heterodox Economics Worldwide,” and chaired a session on “Marxian Economics”.
  16. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2010—presented a paper on “Heterodox Economics and its Critics.”
  17. Eastern Economics Association Meetings 2010—presented a paper on “Realism, Accuracy, Modeling and Pricing Theory:  A response to an old debate,” and talked at a session on “How to Improve Your Chances of Getting Published”.
  18. ASSA Meetings 2010—presented papers on “The Relative Contribution of Heterodox Economic Journals to Building Heterodox Economics and to Pluralism in Economics,” and “Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline;” a discussant in a session on “Public Policy from a Post Keynesian Perspective” and on “Critiques of Mainstream Economics;” and organized two sessions on “Journals, Rankings and Heterodox Economics” and “Heterodox Community, Departments, Strategies, and Pluralism in a Contested Discipline”.
  19. EAEPE 2009 Conference—presented a paper on “The Relative Contribution of Heterodox Economic Journals to Building Heterodox Economics and to Pluralism in Economics;” a discussant at a session on Publications.
  20. 4th Cross-Border Post Keynesian Conference 2009—presented a paper on “Heterodox Production and Cost Theory of the Business Enterprise,” and chaired a session on “Issues in Heterodox Economics:  profit, Growth, and Employment”
  21. Associacao Brasileira de Estudos do Trabalho Conference 2009—presented a paper on “Neoliberalism, the Crisis, and Economics in the University”.
  22. Association for Heterodox Economics Conference 2009—presented a paper on “Heterodox Production and Cost Theory of the Business Enterprise,” gave a plenary talk on “The Future of Economics,” and chaired a session on “The Theory of the Firm”.
  23. Association for Heterodox Economics Postgraduate Workshop on Advanced Research Methods 2009—made a presentation on “Grounded Theory and Historical Evidence”.
  24. Bremen Workshop:  Assessing Economic Research in a European Context 2009—presented papers on “Ranking Economics Departments in a Contested Discipline” and “The Relative Contribution of Heterodox Economic Journals to Building Heterodox Economics and to Pluralism in Economics”.
  25. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2009—presented a paper on “John Davis and the Recent Turn in Economics” (with J. Henry), and chaired a session on Heterodox Approaches to Welfare.
  26. ASSA Meetings 2009—presented a paper on “A Note on the Pluralism Debate in Heterodox Economics”.
  27. EAEPE Conference 2008—presented a paper on “A Note on the Pluralism Debate in Heterodox Economics”.
  28. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2008—presented a paper on “Framing the Economy as a Going Concern:  Foundation of Heterodox  Economics and the Social Provisioning Process.”
  29. International Workshop:  Marshall and Marshallians on Industrial Economics, March 2008,
  30. Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo—presented a paper on “D. H. MacGregor and the Marshallian Tradition at Oxford, 1920 – 1945.”
  31. ASSA Meetings 2008—presented a paper on “The Emergence of Heterodox Economics, 1990 –  2006”; and chaired/discussant of a session on Heterodox Microeconomics.
  32. EAEPE Conference 2007—presented a paper on “Making History by Making Identity and
  33. Institutions:  The Emergence of Post Keynesian-Heterodox Economics in Britain, 1974 – 1996.”
  34. Missouri Valley Economic Association 2007 Meetings—presented a paper on “The Emergence of Heterodox Economics, 1990 – 2006.”
  35. ICAPE Conference 2007—presented a paper on “Pluralism and Contested Scientific Inquiry:  The Case of Mainstream and Heterodox Economics” and on “Pluralism and Contested Knowledge:  Marxian Economics and Working Class Education in Britain, 1900 – 1940.”  Also chaired a session on Pluralist Post Keynesianism.
  36. ASSA Meetings 2007—organized three URPE sessions on microfoundations of heterodox macroeconomics, topics in heterodox macroeconomics, and microfoundations of Marxian economics; and presented a paper on ‘Heterodox Microeconomics and the Foundations of Heterodox Macroeconomics’.
  37. 9th International Post Keynesian Conference 2006—presented papers ‘The History of Post Keynesian Economics and the Role of Community,’ ‘On the Contributions of Alfred Eichner,’ and ‘Heterodox Economics’.
  38. Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics 2006—presented a paper on ‘Heterodox Microeconomic Theory:  an Overview’.
  39. HETSA Conference 2006—presented keynote address on “Making History by Making Identity and Institutions:  The Emergence of Post Keynesian-Heterodox Economics in Britain, 1970 – 1996,” and presented a paper on “Making Visible What is Hidden:  the Role of Life Histories in Writing the History of Heterodox Economics.”
  40. HOPE Conference on “Life Writing and the History of Economics,” 2006—presented a paper on “Making Visible What is Hidden:  The Role of Life Histories in Writing the History of Heterodox Economics”.
  41. ASSA Meetings 2006—presented a paper on ‘A Heterodox Teaching of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,’ and ‘Economic Sociology and Heterodox Economics:  Different or Different Sides of the Same Coin;’ and chaired a session on ‘Rethinking Economic Theory’.
  42. EAEPE Conference 2005—presented a paper on ‘Economic Sociology and Heterodox Economics: Different or Different Sides of the Same Coin;’ and chaired a session on ‘The New Economy, Heterodoxy, and the Teaching of Heterodox Economics’.
  43. Missouri Valley Economic Association Meeting 2005—presented a paper on ‘A Heterodox Teaching of  Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory;’ and chaired a session on ‘Micro-Macro Linkages in Post-Keynesian Theory?’
  44. First Seminario Nacional de Microeconomia Heterodox 2005—presented a paper on ‘Heterodox   Microeconomic Theory:  Its Importance and Development’.
  45. Conference on Radical Economics in the 20th Century:  Radical Economics and the Labor Movement 2005—presented a paper on ‘The Economics of the Industrial Workers of the World:  Job Control and Revolution’.
  46. Association for Institutionalist Thought Meetings 2005—presented a paper on ‘A Heterodox Teaching of Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory,’ and chaired a session on ‘Methods and Issues in Economic Development’.
  47. Association for Heterodox Economics 4th ESRC Funded Post-Graduate Workshop on Advanced Research Methods 2005—presented a paper on ‘Grounded Theory in Heterodox Research:  Pricing Theory’.
  48. ASSA Meetings 2005—presented a paper on ‘Ranking Heterodox Economic Journals and Departments:  Suggested Methodologies’ and ‘Challenging Mas-Colell and Varian:  Teaching Heterodox Microeconomics.’
  49. EAEPE Conference 2004—presented a paper on ‘Ranking Heterodox Economic Journals and Departments:  Suggested Methodologies’.
  50. Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics 2004—presented a paper on ‘The Status of Heterodox Economics in the Profession: The Case of the United Kingdom.’
  51. 8th International Post Keynesian Conference 2004—presented a paper on ‘Post Keynesian Price Theory:  Critical but Constructive Dialogue’.
  52. Association for Institutionalist Thought Meetings 2004—presented a paper on ‘Ranking Heterodox Economic Journals and Departments:  Suggested Methodologies;’ and chaired and a discussant of a session on ‘Institutionalist and Marxist Theory and Methodology.’
  53. Missouri Philological Association Meetings 2004—presented a paper on ‘Trade Unions and Higher Education:  The Case of NATFHE in the United Kingdom.’
  54. Missouri Valley Economic Association Meeting 2004—presented papers on ‘Challenging Mas-Colell and Varian:  Teaching Heterodox Microeconomics,’ and ‘The Status of Heterodox Economics in the Profession:  The Case of the United Kingdom;’ and chaired a session on ‘Topics in Heterodox Economics’.
  55. Association for Heterodox Economics 3nd ESRC Funded Post-Graduate Workshop on Advanced Research Methods 2004—presented a paper on ‘Grounded Theory in Heterodox Research:  Pricing Theory’.
  56. ASSA Meetings 2004—presented a paper on ‘The Status of Heterodox Economics in the Profession: The Case of the United Kingdom’ and on ‘History and Identity:  The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945 – 1970’.
  57. History of Economics Society Annual Meeting 2003—presented a paper on ‘To Be A Heterodox Economist:  The Contested Landscape of American Economics, 1960s & 1970s’.
  58. ICAPE Conference 2003—presented a paper on ‘Structural and Organizational Foundations for Heterodox Microeconomic Theory’.
  59. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2003—presented a paper on ‘Heterodox Production Models:  A Critical Examination.’
  60. ASSA Meetings 2003—presented a paper on ‘Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory:  Should Heterodox Economists Accord it Any Respect?’ and ‘To Be a Heterodox Economist:  The Contested Landscape of American Economics Circa 1970’.
  61. Association for Heterodox Economics 2nd Post-Graduate Training Workshop 2002—presented a paper on ‘The Methodology of Heterodox Microeconomics’.
  62. EAEPE Conference 2002—presented a paper on ‘The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945-1970.’
  63. Conference on the History of Heterodox Economics in the 20th Century 2002—presented a paper on ‘History and Identity:  The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945 – 1970’
  64. Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics 2002—presented a paper on ‘Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory:  Should Heterodox Economists Accord it any Respect?’
  65. Post Keynesian Conference 2002—presented a paper on ‘Neoclassical Microeconomic Theory: Should Heterodox Economists Accord it any Respect?’
  66. Association for Institutional Thought Meetings 2002—presented a paper on ‘History and Identity: The Case of Radical Economics and Radical Economists, 1945 – 1970.’
  67. ASSA Meetings 2002—presented a paper on ‘The New Left, Conference of Socialist Economists, and the Emergence of Heterodox Economics in the U.K., 1945 – 1975’.
  68. The HetEcon Advanced Training Workshop 2001–presented a paper on ‘Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundation of Post Keynesian Economics’.
  69. Missouri Valley Economic Association Conference 2001–presented a paper on ‘Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry, 1865-1880’ and discussed Post Keynesian Economics.
  70. ASSA Meetings 2001—presented a paper On ‘Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundations of Post Keynesian Microeconomics’.
  71. EAEPE Conference 2000–presented a paper on ‘Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundations of Post Keynesian Microeconomics’.
  72. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics Conference 2000—discussed Post Keynesian Economics.
  73. The Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics:  The Other Economics Conference 2000–presented a paper on ‘The Emergence of Heterodox Economics in Post-War Britain:  The Case of the Conference of Socialist Economists’.
  74. Cambridge Realist Workshop Reunion Conference 2000–presented a paper on ‘Theory Creation and the Methodological Foundations of Post Keynesian Microeconomics’.
  75. EAEPE Conference 1999–presented a paper on ‘The Social History of Post Keynesian Economics in America, 1971-1995’.
  76. Economic Crisis:  Theory and History 1999–presented a paper on ‘Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression’.
  77. History of Economic Thought Conference 1998‑‑presented a paper on ‘Alfred Eichner, Joan Robinson, and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics, 1969 – 1981’.
  78. Scottish Economic Society Conference 1998–presented a paper on ‘Economics Divided:  The Limitations of Peer Review in a Paradigm Bound Social Science’.
  79. Royal Economic Society Conference 1998–presented a paper on ‘Realism, Econometrics, and Re-testing Gardiner Means’s Evidence on Administered Prices”.
  80. ASSA Meetings 1998‑‑presented papers on ‘Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry’ and on ‘Administered Price Hypothesis and the Dominance of Neoclassical Price Theory’.
  81. HOPE Conference “On the Transformation of American Economics:  From Interwar Pluralism to
  82. Postwar Neoclassicism” 1997—presented a paper on ‘Academic Misconduct, Administered Price Hypothesis, and the Dominance of Neoclassical Price Theory’.
  83. The Dilemmas of Mass Higher Education Conference 1996–presented a paper on ‘The Limitations of Peer Review in a Paradigm Bound Social Science:  The Case of Economics in UK Universities’.
  84. Society for Research into Higher Education Annual Conference 1995–paper presented on ‘The Research Assessment Exercise and Academic Diversity:   Non-Mainstream Economics in Britain’s Universities’.
  85. International Labour Process Conference 1995–presented a paper on ‘The Research Assessment Exercise and Academic Diversity:  Non-Mainstream Economics in Britain’s Universities’.
  86. ASSA Meetings 1995–presented a paper on ‘Pricing and the Business Enterprise’.
  87. Royal Economic Society Conference 1994–presented a paper on ‘Full Cost Pricing Models, Quasi-Long-Period Prices, and Convergence:  A Note’; and chaired a session on ‘The Nature of Markets’.
  88. ASSA Convention 1994‑‑presented a paper on ‘Directing Economic Research:  Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1930‑1980’ and on ‘Post Keynesian Pricing Model and Production Prices’.
  89. History of Economic Thought Conference 1993‑‑presented a paper on ‘Directing Economic Research:  Philanthropic Foundations and the Rehabilitation of Big Business, 1930‑1980’.
  90. Seventh Malvern Political Economy Conference 1993‑‑presented a paper on ‘Facts, Theory and the Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory’ and partake in a round table discussion of Foundations of Post-Keynesian Economic Analysis by M. Lavoie.
  91. Conference of Socialist Economists 1993‑‑presented paper on ‘Post Keynesian Pricing Model and Production Prices:  A Note’.
  92. 13th Annual Conference of the Association of Post Keynesian Studies 1992‑‑presented a paper on ‘Facts, Theory and the Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory’.
  93. ASSA Convention 1992‑‑presented a paper on ‘Facts, Theory and the Pricing Foundation of Post Keynesian Price Theory’.
  94. Royal Economic Society Conference 1991‑‑presented a paper on ‘The Fate of an Errant Hypothesis: The Normal Cost Prices Doctrine’.
  95. 5th Mediterranean Summer School on Industrial Organization 1990‑‑presented a paper on ‘The Marginalist Controversy and the History of the Normal Cost Prices Doctrine’ and gave a lecture on `Post Keynesian Foundation of Industrial Organization’.
  96. Midwest Economics Association Meeting 1990‑‑presented a paper on ‘The Fate of an Errant Hypothesis:  The Normal Cost Prices Doctrine’.
  97. ASSA Convention 1989‑‑chair for the session ‘Industry vs. Finance in a Mature Capitalist Economy’; presented a paper on ‘The Full Cost Principle After Fifty Years’; and was a discussant for the session ‘The Megacorp and Macrodynamics: The Heterodox Perspective of Alfred Eichner’.
  98. Second Review of Political Economy Conference August 1989‑‑presented a paper on ‘The Full Cost Principle After Fifty Years’.
  99. ASSA Convention 1988‑‑chair for the session ‘The Megacorp and Markup Pricing:  Papers in Honor of Alfred Eichner’; and presented a paper on ‘Schisms in Economic Theory and Policy in the Latter Years of the New Deal:  Gardiner Means and the Keynesians’.
  100. ASSA Convention 1987‑‑chair for a session on Post Keynesian monetary economics; discussant in sessions on Post Keynesian industrial organization and on Marxist approaches to industrial organization; and presented a paper on ‘Administered Prices:  A Doctrine in Search of a Home’.
  101. ASSA Convention 1986‑‑discussant in a session on state and economy:  a comparative  perspective; chair for a session on money and credit; presented a paper on ‘The Pricing Foundations of Post Keynesian Price Theory’; and presented a paper on ‘Production as a Circular Process and Pasinetti’s Analysis of Production, Prices and Profit’.
  102. Regional Conference on Current Issues in Political Economy, October 1986‑‑discussant/moderator           in a session on restructuring in basic industry and presented a paper on ‘G. C. Means and Administered Prices:  A Biographical Study’.
  103. ASSA Convention 1985‑‑discussant in a session on economic change and presented a paper on ‘A Post Keynesian Approach to a Theory of Industrial Organization’.
  104. ASSA Convention 1984‑‑discussant in a session on corporate concentration and presented a paper on ‘Full Cost Prices, Long Period Method of Analysis, and Classical Price Theory’.
  105. URPE Western Regional Conference 1983–presented a paper on ‘Post Keynesian and Marxist Economic Theory’

Organizing External Seminars and Conferences

  • Associate for Institutional Thought Annual Conference on Institutionalism and Building Heterodox Economics, WSSA 53rd Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, April 13-17, 2011.
  • AJES Workshop:  Social Provisioning, Embeddedness, and Modeling the Economy, University of Missouri-Kansas City, September 24-26, 2010.
  • Bremen Workshop:  Assessing Economic Research in a European Context:  The Future of Heterodox Economics and its Research in a Non-Pluralist Mainstream Environment, University of Bremen, Germany, 26 – 27 June 2009.
  • Conference on Radical Economics in the 20th Century:  Radical Economics and the Labor Movement, University of Missouri-Kansas City, September 15 – 17, 2005.
  • ICAPE Conference on The Future of Heterodox Economics, University of Missouri-Kansas City, June 5 – 7, 2003.
  • Conference on the History of Heterodox Economics in the 20th Century, University of Missouri-Kansas City, October 3 – 5, 2002.
  • Association for Heterodox Economics, The Other Economic Conference, London, June 27-28, 2000.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, Manchester Metropolitan University, April 14, 2000.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, South Bank University, January 28, 2000.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, University of the West of England, October 29, 1999.
  • Association for Heterodox Economics Fringe Conference, University of Nottingham, March 30, 1999.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, University of North London, January 29, 1999.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, Glasgow Caledonian University, October 2, 1998.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, Greenwich University, January 30, 1998.

Other Conference and Seminar Activities

  • Summer School of Heterodox Economics, Poznan University of Economics, Poland, July 2-6, 2012—lecture on ‘History and methodology of Institutional Economics’.
  • Buffalo State College, Public Lecture, March 2, 2012—lectured on ‘Heterodox Microeconomics and Real World Problems’.
  • Kansas City, Missouri, Move to Amend Forum, April 21, 2011—talk on ‘The Corporation as a Going Concern and a Person:  An Historical Perspective’.
  • Kansas City, Missouri, Greens of Kansas City Forum, April 18, 2011—talk on ‘Economic Myths Debunked:  Why What You Hear About the Economy is Wrong’.
  • Poznan University of Economics, Poland, May 19-20, 2010—lectured on “General Assumptions and theory of Heterodox Economics,” “Institutional Economics:  something what you need to know,” and “Heterodox Economics and Sociology:  different sides of the same coin.”
  • University of Campinas, Brazil, September 29, 2009—lecturered on “Heterodox Economics and its Theory of Value”.
  • University of Bremen, Germany, June 30, 2009—presented a paper on “Heterodox Production and Cost Theory of the Business Enterprise”.
  • Western New England College, Springfield, Massachusetts, March 5, 2009—FEE Conference, talked on “The Financial Crisis’.
  • All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, December 21, 2008—lectured on ‘Heterodox Economics: A Critical Approach to Markets’.  It was broadcast on ‘All Souls Forum,’ KKFI Radio, Kansas City, Missouri on January 5, 2009.
  • University of Lille 1, Lille, France, November 4, 2008 – presented papers on ‘A Note on the Pluralism Debate in Heterodox Economics,’ and ‘Being a Microeconomist and Heterodox’.
  • Kansas City, Missouri, Greens of Kansas City Forum, May 5, 2008—talk on ‘Rejecting the Conventional:  Alternative to Mainstream Economics’.
  • Preston University, Islamabad, Pakistan, May 2, 2007 – lectured on ‘Mainstream and Heterodox Economic Theory’.
  • Columbia, Missouri, Create Conference, April 13-15, 2007—talked on ‘Radical Economics’.
  • University of La Trobe, Australia, June 30, 2006—presented a paper on ‘Heterodox Economics’.
  • University of Ballarat, Australia, June 29, 2006—talked about a role of heterodox economics in    business schools.
  • UMKC Interdisciplinary Graduate Workshop in Post Keynesian, Institutionalist and Feminist Workshop, June 18 – 24, 2006—lectured on ‘A History of Heterodox Economics’ and on ‘Sraffa, Capital Controversies and Post Keynesian Economics’.
  • Beijing University, China, June 20, 2005—presented a lecture on ‘Heterodox Economics:  Theory and Policy Suggestions’.
  • Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, March 8, 2005—presented a paper on ‘Economic Sociology vs. Heterodox Economics’.
  • NUI-Galway, Ireland, March 7, 2005—presented a paper on ‘The Ranking Game, Heterodox Economics and the British RAE’.
  • UMKC 8th International Post Keynesian Summer School, June 19-24, 2004—presented a lecture on ‘Introduction to Post Keynesian Microeconomics’.
  • All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church, May 2, 2004—lectured on ‘Alternatives to Capitalism’.
  • UMKC Post Keynesian Summer School, June 22-28, 2002—presented a lecture on ‘Past Contributions to Post Keynesian Microeconomic Theory’.
  • AFEE/UMKC Summer School, June 23-28, 2001—presented a lecture on ‘The Problem with Pricing’.
  • Leicester Secular Society, Leicester, March 19, 2000–presented a paper on ‘A Victorian Institution in the Twenty-First Century:  The past, present and future of the Leicester Secular Society’.
  • Leicester Secular Society, Leicester, January 23, 2000–presented a paper on ‘Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression’.
  • Leicester Secular Society, Leicester, January 9, 2000–presented a paper on ‘The History of the Leicester Secular Society in the Twentieth Century’.
  • Business History Unit Seminar, London School of Economics, October 11, 1999–presented a paper on ‘Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry, 1865 – 1880’.
  • Leicester Secular Society Letters Lecture, Leicester City Library, May 11, 1999–presented a paper on ‘History of the Leicester Secular Society’.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, Glasgow Caledonian University, October 2, 1998–presented a paper on ‘Alfred S. Eichner, Joan Robinson and the Founding of Post Keynesian Economics’.
  • Critical Realist Workshop Seminar, Cambridge University, May 11, 1998–presented a paper on ‘Critical Realism, Grounded Theory, and Post Keynesian Economics’.
  • Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Microeconomics Seminar, Greenwich University, January 30, 1998–presented a paper on ‘Realism, Econometrics, and re-Testing Gardiner’s Means’s Evidence on Administered Prices’.
  • Gunpowder Mills Study Group, Institute of Historical Research, London, May 24, 1997–presented a paper on ‘The Gunpowder Trade Association, 1872 – 1902’.
  • Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley Museum and Library, August 1, 1996–presented a paper on ‘The Gunpowder Trade Association’.
  • University of Sheffield, Sheffield, February 28, 1996–presented a paper on ‘The Academic Labour Process and the Research Assessment Exercise:  Academic Diversity and the Future of Non-Mainstream Economics in UK Universities’.
  • University of the West of England, Bristol, November, 1994–presented a paper on ‘Post Keynesian Price Theory’.
  • Exeter University, United Kingdom, April, 1993‑‑presented a paper on ‘From Oxford Political Economy to Oxford Economics, 1900 ‑ 1939’.
  • Lancaster University, United Kingdom, February, 1991‑‑ presented a paper on ‘The Fate of an Errant Hypothesis:  The Normal Cost Prices Doctrine’.
  • Post‑Keynesian Economics Study Group, London, November, 1990‑‑presented a paper on ‘Marginalist Controversy and Post Keynesian Price Theory’.
  • University of Maine, Orono, July 1986‑‑presented a paper on ‘Post Keynesian Price Theory’.
  • Acadia University and Dalhousie University, Canada, March 1986‑‑presented a paper on ‘Post Keynesian Economics’.

Membership in Economic Associations

  • Association for Evolutionary Economics
  • Association for Heterodox Economics – Honorary Life Member
  • Association for Institutionalist Thought
  • Association for Social Economics
  • Business History Conference
  • Conference of Socialist Economists
  • European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy
  • European Society for the History of Economic Thought
  • History of Economic Thought Society of Australia
  • History of Economic Thought Group of the United Kingdom
  • History of Economics Society
  • Progressive Economics Forum
  • Union for Radical Political Economics

Supervision of M.A. and IPh.D. Theses and Dissertations

  • Gyun Cheol Gu, ‘Pricing, Price Stability, and Post Keynesian Price Theory.’ UMKC, IPhD, Awarded, 2012
  • Tae-Hee Jo, “Microfoundations of Effective Demand.”  UMKC,  IPhD, Awarded, 2007.
  • Zdravka K. Todorova, “Reconsidering Households in Economic Theory.”  UMKC, IPhD, Awarded 2007.  Winner of the EAEPE-AFEE 2007 Veblen Prize and received the UMKC Outstanding Dissertation Award in the Social Sciences for 2007.
  • Sarah Morse, “Lies. Damn Lies. Stigler and Statistics.”  De Montfort University, MA,  Awarded 1995.
  • Jonathan Bradley, “The Determination of the Mark Up:  Post Keynesian Theory and Empirical   Evidence.”  De Montfort University, MA, Awarded 1994.

Professional Activities – External Assessing

  • External Assessor for the Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Administration,  University of Malaya, September 2007 to April 2011.
  • External Reviewer of the Department of Economics at National University of Ireland-Galway, March 2 – 4, 2005.
  • External Examiner of Sven R. Larson’s “Uncertainty, Macroeconomic Stability and the Welfare    State.” Ph.D. dissertation.  Roskilde University, Denmark, April, 2000.

Professional Activities – Associations, Journals, and Book Series

  • On the Editorial Board of Forum for Social Economics (2011 – )
  • Association for Institutionalist Thought, President, 2011-12
  • Association for Institutionalist Thought, Vice-President, 2010-11
  • Editor of the American Journal of Economics and Sociology (July 2009 – December 2013)
  • Book Series Editor of “Routledge Advances in Heterodox Economics” published by Routledge,    (2008 – 2009)
  • Book Series Editor of “Advances in Heterodox Economics” published by University of Michigan Press, (2003 – 2008).
  • Executive Director of International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics (ICAPE), (2006 – 2010).
  • Member of the Scientific Committee of Revista de Economía Institucional (2006 – )
  • On the Editorial Board of International Journal of Economics (2006 – )
  • On the Board of Editors of Review of Social Economy (2006 – 2009)
  • On the Managing Board of Editors of Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.
  • Editor of the Heterodox Economics Newsletter (September 2004 to December 2009)
  • On the Board of Director of The Association for Evolutionary Economics (2004 – 2006)
  • Trustee for the Association for Social Economics (2005 – 2009)
  • Formerly on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Economic Issues

Referee for:

  • British Review of Economic Issues.
  • Cambridge Journal of Economics.
  • Capital and Class.
  • Economic Issues.
  • International Review of Applied Economics.
  • Journal of Economic Issues.
  • Journal of Economic Psychology.
  • Journal of Post Keynesian Economics.
  • Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
  • Journal of Management Studies
  • Management Accounting Research.
  • Metroeconomia.
  • Oxford Economic Papers.
  • Review of Political Economy.
  • Review of Radical Political Economics
  • Review of Social Economy.

Other Activities

  • Quoted in Remapping Debate on Economics, February-March 2012 –http://www.remappingdebate.org/
  • Quoted in “UMKC home of mavericks of economics,” by M. Davis, Kansas City Star (January 17, 2012: A1, A6).
  • Heterodox Economics Newsletter mentioned in ‘Ivory Tower Unswayed by Crashing Economy,’ by P. Cohen, New York Times, 5 March 2009.
  • Interviewed for “Saving the Economy:  Who Should Get Stimulus Payments?” KMBC-TV, January 8, 2009 – http://www.kmbc.com/video/18443357/index.html.
  • Quoted in “Meltdown Turns Nerdy Economists into Hotties,’ by J. A. Fussell, Kansas City Star (October 23, 2008).
  • Quoted in “Thought Control in Economics,” by T. Green, Adbusters (July-August 2008).
  • Quoted in “In Economics Departments, A Growing Will to Debate Fundamental Assumption” by P.       Cohen in New York Times (July 11, 2007).
  • Quoted in “Hip Heterodoxy” by C. Hayes in The Nation 284.23 (June 11, 2007).
  • Purchases of Economic Material for the UMKC Library: 2006, Friends of the Library UMKC, Back issues of 3 heterodox economic journals, $2, 380; 2004, Friends of the Library UMKC, Back issues of 6 heterodox economic journals, $2,000; 2002, University Libraries UMKC, Reference set in the history of economics, $1,100.

Visiting Lecturer, Professor, or Scholar

  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, October 14-16, 2010—gave a mini-course of  three lectures on heterodox microeconomic theory.
  • University of Bremen, Germany, June 1 – July 7, 2009; gave lectures on industrial policy during the Great Depression and afterwards.
  • Facultad de Ciencias Economicas, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia, May 14 – 18, 2007; gave a week of lectures on Neoclassical and Heterodox Microeconomics.
  • Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, October 13-15, 2005—gave a mini-course of three lectures on heterodox microeconomic theory.
  • Visiting Professor, School of Economics, The University Autonomous of Sinaloa, Mexico, November 19 – 27, 2004; as part of the 52nd anniversary of the School of Economics I gave a lecture on “Critiquing Neoclassical Microeconomics and the Heterodox Alternative” and a series of lectures on “Heterodox Microeconomics”.
  • Visiting Professor, Facultad de Economia, Division de Estudios de Posgrado, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, March 10 – 14, 2003; gave a week of lectures on heterodox microeconomic theory.
  • Bernandin Haskell Visiting Professor, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri, United States, March 9-14, 2000; gave a lecture on “Cartels in Action:  Market Governance in the American Gunpowder Industry, 1865 – 1880” and on “Inflexible Prices and the Great Depression”.
  • Visiting Professor, Facultad de Ciencias Economicas, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Santa Fe de Bogota, Colombia, August 30 to September 3, 1999; gave a week of lectures and discussion on Post Keynesian microeconomics.
  • Visiting Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Staffordshire Polytechnic, Stoke on Trent,
  • United Kingdom, September 1990 to August 1991; taught a range of undergraduate modules.
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, United States, August 1989 to January 1990; taught a graduate course in advanced microeconomic theory with the subject matter being neo‑Ricardian price theory.

Teaching and Research Experience

Professor Fall 2000 – Present

Department of Economics, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri.  Teaching includes undergraduate and graduate courses on microeconomics, heterodox economic theory, radical economics, and American economic theory; and supervise IPh.D. dissertations and been on IPhD dissertation committees.  I have been the director of the M.A. and IPhD economics programs and I am currently the admission director for the MA and IPhD programs and undergraduate advisor.  I have also been a member of various College and University committees, including the Graduate Council, Program Evaluation Committee, and the College Curriculum Committee.  Finally I developed a student exchange agreement with the University of Bremen and helped redesign the delivery of the M.A. and IPhD economics programs.

Reader in Economics  Fall 1991 ‑ Summer 2000

Department of Economics, De Montfort University, Leicester, U.K.  Teaching on the B.A. Economics and B.Sc. Economics and Management Science programmes included microeconomics, industrial economics, American economic history, business economics, economic analysis, political economy, and mathematical economics; teaching on the M.A. Economics programme included Post Keynesian economics, industrial economics, and supervising MA theses; internal examiner for Ph.D. dissertation; and service teaching for the Business Faculty included business economics.  I was a member of the University, Business Faculty, and Social Science Faculty Research Committees, and was a member of the University Independent Study Committee.  I was also a member of the Department’s Staff Selection Committee, an Appraiser for six members of the Economics Department, Course Leader for the M.A. Economics programme, and Course Leader of the B.Sc. Economics and Management Science programme.  I developed and designed the M.A. Economics programme and it received ESRC approval; I also developed and designed the B.Sc. Joint Honours Economics and Management Science programme.  I organized department and inter-faculty seminars.

Associate Professor Fall 1984 ‑ Spring 1991

Department of Economics, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Ill.  Teaching included microeconomics, industrial organization, U.S. economic history, 1870 – 1940, and history of economic thought.  I taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level and supervised M.A. dissertations.  I was also the director of the Master’s Degree Program in Economics and was a member of the Graduate Council.  Finally I initiated a reorganization of the Master’s program and established a working relationship between the Department of Economics and the University of East London, London, England, which permitted the Department to supervise external Ph. D. candidates in economics who resided in Chicago.

Lecturer Fall 1981 ‑ Spring 1984

Department of Economics, University of California‑Riverside, Ca.  Teaching included microeconomics, industrial organization, and quantitative economics.  I taught courses both at the undergraduate and graduate level.  I was one of the examiners for the Ph. D. microeconomics, quantitative, and industrial organization examinations.  I was also on two Ph. D. dissertations committees.

Lecturer  Fall 1979 ‑ Spring 1980

Department of Economics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Teaching Assistant  Fall 1978 ‑ Spring 1980

Department of Economics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Industrial Economic Consultant    Summer 1979

Paine, Webber, Mitchell Hutchins Inc., New York City, NY.

Research Assistant   July 1978 ‑ February 1979

Conservation of Human Resources Project, Columbia University, New York City, New York.