EEA 2015: Three Sessions in Memory of Frederic S. Lee

2015 Eastern Economic Association Annual Meeting, New York City, February 26-March 1 | EEA website

Three Sessions jointly sponsored by Association for Social Economics, Union for Radical Political Economy, and Association for Evolutionary Economics

Radical and Heterodox Economics I: First of Three Sessions in Memory of Frederic S. Lee

Chair: Robert Scott, Monmouth University

  1. Telling Better Stories – The Role of Behavior in Lee’s Heterodox Microeconomics
    John Moreau, University of Missouri Kansas City
  2. Smart Person and Human Development: The Missing Ingredient in Behavioral Economics
    John F. Tomer, Manhattan College
  3. Behavioral Indifference Curves
    John Komlos, University of Munich

Discussant: Tae-Hee Jo, and among participants

Radical and Heterodox Economics II: Second of Three Sessions in Memory of Frederic S. Lee

Chair: Tae-Hee Jo, SUNY Buffalo State

  1. Paradigm Switch in Economics
    John Komlos, University of Munich
  2. Women, Race, Workers, and Ecology in Oklahoma: A Radical History and Analysis of Political Economy
    Stephanie Cole, University of Missouri-Kansas City
  3. Some thoughts on the use of economics in the Scottish independence referendum debate
    Andrew Cumbers, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
    Robert McMaster, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
  4. Historical Method and Data in Heterodox Economics
    Natalia Bracarense, North Central College
    A. Reeves Johnson, Roosevelt University

Discussant: among participants

Radical and Heterodox Economics III: Third of Three Sessions in Memory of Frederic S. Lee

Chair: John Komlos, University of Munich

  1. Classical Economics, Production, and Time
    Michael J. Murray, Bemidji State University
  2. Notes on Linear Production Models
    Scott Carter, University of Tulsa
  3. Social Provisioning Process and the Development of Heterodox Economics
    Tae-Hee Jo, SUNY Buffalo State
    Zdravka Todorova, Wright State University
  4. Modelling Environmental Resources in a Heterodox Production Framework
    Christian Spanberger, University of Missouri Kansas City

Discussion among participants