Parallel Sessions 1 - Sep 06 2018 16:30-18:30 Rooms
1. SS 9 Contributions to Evolutionary Institutional Analysis 2 A 40
Chair:
-Annie Tubadji
  • John Hall: A Veblenian Approach to Economic Reasoning
  • Faruk Ulgen: Institutions, Behaviour and Cognitive Dissonance: Financial Instability as a Natural Outcome of an Irrelevant Market Ideology
  • Smita Srinivas: Scarcity and Innovation in Evolutionary and institutional terms
  • Nicolas Pinsard: Capitalist activities in the French state in the Modern Ages
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1. SS 10 Evolutionary models and the relation between financial and real markets 2 A 46
Chair:
-Daniele Giachini
  • Mattia Guerini, Mauro Napoletano, Jean-Luc Gaffard, Lionel Nesta: Be patient enough to wait what you deserve: banks’ time-horizons, borrowing constraints and the evolution of industries.
  • Faruk Ulgen: A Schumpeterian evolutionary perspective on financial innovations and financialised capitalism: from Creative Destruction to Destructive Creation
  • Andrea Mazzocchetti, Eliana Lauretta, Marco Raberto, Andrea Teglio, Silvano Cincotti: An agent-based framework for evaluating early warning systemic risk indicators
  • Chiara Perillo: A Multiplex Financial Network Approach to Policy Evaluation: the Case of Euro Area Quantitative Easing
Discussant:
1. SS 8 FinTechs on the rise: New technologies, new policies and alternative economic perspectives 2 A 34
Chair:
  • Ismail Erturk: FinTech as financial innovation: a new source of instability in financialised capitalism or a revolutionary disruptive technology in banking?
  • Adam Kerenyi, Dóra Piroska: The FinTech challenge: A test for the post-GFC European financial regulatory governance
  • Benjamin Wilhelm: Insurantial Imaginaries after the Great Financial Crisis: Socio-political implications of Insurance markets
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1. SS 7 History, definition and theoretical cores of Heterodox Economics 1 B 49
Chair:
-Paolo Ramazzotti
  • Carlo D'Ippoliti: Theories of prices and alternative economic paradigms
  • Terrence Mcdonough, Cian McMahon: Marxism and the History of Heterodox Economics
  • Alice Nicole Sindzingre: Causality, modelling, social norms: among the theoretical cores of "heterodox" economics?
  • Agnes Labrousse, Sandrine Michel: Accumulation regimes: at the core of heterodox historical economics
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1. SS 12 Routines and entrepreneurship 2 B 04
Chair:
-Andrea Bernardi
  • Giada Baldessarelli, Nathalie Lazaric, Michele Pezzoni: Hot or cold? An analysis and perspectives of key topics within routines communities
  • Aura Parmentier Cajaiba, Nathalie Lazaric, Giovany Cajaiba Santana: The effortful emergence of routines: Binding old and new paradigms together
  • Savéria Cecchi, Evelyne Rouby: Artifacts as support of the refinement of 'routines' performance over time
  • Olivier Brette, Virgile Chassagnon: The business model as a generative replicator
Discussant:
1. SS 22 Social Reproduction 2 B 16
Chair:
-Merve Burnazoglu
  • Ozlem Tezcek: Social Reproduction and Migrant Women Domestic Workers: The Turkish Case
  • Daniela Tepe-Belfrage: Developing a feminist methodology of the household.
  • Alex Nunn: Exploring Differential Household Social Reproduction Strategies for Mobility and Security: Methodological and Policy Implications
  • Charlie Dannreuther: Social investment, resistance and the affirmation of life
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1. SS 18 Technological change, institutions and unemployment 2 B 08
Chair:
-Ciccone Roberto
  • Daniele Archibugi, Filippetti A., Frenz M.: Innovation Investment for European recovery: a public policy priority
  • Lucrezia Fanti: An AB-SFC Model of Induced Technical Change along classical and Keynesian Lines
  • Paternesi Meloni Walter, Stirati Antonella, Deleidi Matteo: Structural change, productivity and aggregate demand: evidence-based policies for European countries
  • Strohmaier R., Schutz M. and Vannuccini S.: On the brink of a fourth industrial revolution? A systemic perspective on countries' readiness for technological transformation
Discussant:
-Stirati A.
-Archibugi D.
-Strohmaier R.
-Fadda S.
1. SS 2 The economic and financial impact of climate change 1 B 39
Chair:
-Yannis Dafermos
  • Veronika Stolbova, Irene Monasterolo, Stefano Battiston: A Financial Macro-Network Approach to Climate Policy Evaluation
  • Irene Monasterolo, Stefano Battiston, Jiani I. Zengh: A climate stress test of development banks' portfolios: insights from China's overseas energy investments
  • Chantal Naidoo: Sustainability transitions: New demands or business as usual for financial systems?
Discussant:
1. SS 1 The Impact of Innovation on Local Labour Markets 1 B 35
Chair:
-Tommaso Ciarli
  • Angelica Sbardella, Lorenzo Napolitano, Emanuele Pugliese, Pasquale Scaramozzino: Technological innovation and local labour markets: a complex system analysis
  • Tommaso Ciarli, Alberto Marzucchi, Edgar Salgado, Maria Savona: Firm Innovation and Wage Inequality
  • Maximilian Goethner, Alina Sorgner, Simone Vannuccini: Run away from robots? Automation as driver of labor mobility
  • Dario Guarascio: Does routinization affect occupation dynamics? Evidence from the Italian O*NET data
Discussant:
1. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Elena Stepanova, Giovanni Dosi, Alessio Moneta: Dynamic Increasing Returns and Innovation Diffusion: bringing Polya Urn processes to the empirical data
  • Shuanping Dai, Zheng Li, Siying Yang: Hermes or Hephaistos: Arthurian technological progress and the future of mobile payments
  • Francisco Fatas-Villafranca, Isabel Almudi, Julio Sanchez: Pricing Routines and Industrial Dynamics
  • Esin Yoruk, Will McDowall, Maureen Meadows, Slavo Radosevic: A Demand-side Approach to User Engagement in Green Technologies
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1. RA H [H] Effective Demand, Income Distribution and Finance 1 B 04
Chair:
-Engelbert Stockhammer
  • Malcolm Sawyer: Financialisation, financial crisis and inequality
  • George Liagouras, Syrmos Thomas: Revisiting the investment-profit puzzle: Financialisation, intangibles and cross-border investment in US non-financial corporations, 2000-2016
  • Ozlem Onaran, Alexander Guschanski: The labour share and financialisation: Evidence from publicly listed firms
Discussant:
1. RA L [L] Labour Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
-Jesus Ferreiro
  • Beata Wozniak-Jechorek, Sławomir Kuźmar: Institutional limits to growth in labor utilization in CEE countries
  • Sebastiano Fadda:Industry 4.0: Problems and perspectives for the labor market
  • Giorgio Liotti: Economic crisis, Youth and Adult unemployment in Italian regions: An empirical assessment
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Parallel Sessions 2 - Sep 07 2018 09:00-11:00 Rooms
2. SS 9 Contributions to Evolutionary Institutional Analysis 2 B 04
Chair:
-John Hall
  • William Waller, Mary Wrenn: Feminist Radical Institutionalism and Neoliberalism
  • Salvatore Spagano, Francesco Reito: The Free Human Will as an Element of the Evolution
  • Annie Tubadji: IKIGAI: A Local or Universal Factor for Happiness and Productivity?
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2. SS 3 Demand regimes, financialisation and varieties of capitalism. Post-Keynesian Economics meets International and Comparative Political Economy, 2 A 34
Chair:
  • Keun Lee, Hochul Shin: Varieties of Capitalism and the End of East Asian Capitalism
  • Joel Rabinovich: Profiting without investing and the ‘supply-side’ face of the investment-profit puzzle
Discussant:
2. SS 10 Evolutionary models and the relation between financial and real markets 2 B 08
Chair:
-Francesco Lamperti
  • Giulio Bottazzi, Daniele Giachini, Pietro DIndo: Long-run Heterogeneity in an Exchange Economy with Fixed-Mix Traders
  • Daniele Giachini, Giulio Bottazzi: New Results on Betting Strategies, Market Selection, and the Role of Luck
  • Matteo Ottaviani, Francesco Lamperti, Andrea Roventini, Amir Sani: Surrogate-based sensitivity analysis of agent-based financial models
  • Alberto Cardaci, Tiziana Assenza, Domenico Delli Gatti: Cognitive biases and perceived wealth: Theory and experiment
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2. SS 11 Financial stability, monetary policy and inequality: agent-based and stock-flow consistent approaches 2 B 16
Chair:
-Gennaro Zezza
  • Luca Fierro: We are the robots and we (may) come in peace
  • Yannis Dafermos, Christos Papatheodorou: How does monetary policy affect income and wealth inequality? An agent-based stock-flow consistent analysis
  • Napoletano Mauro, Mattia Guerini, Dosi Giovanni, Lamperti Francesco, Roventini Andrea, Treibich Tania: Balance sheet based unconventional monetary policies in the Schumpeter meeting Keynes model
  • Eugenio Caverzasi, Alberto Botta, Alberto Russo, Mauro Gallegati, Joseph Stiglitz: Inequality and Finance in a Rent Economy
Discussant:
2. SS 7 History, definition and theoretical cores of Heterodox Economics 2 A 46
Chair:
-Lynne Chester
  • Michele Cangiani: The critique of political economy from Karl Marx to Karl Polanyi
  • Stefan Kesting, Peter T. Hughes: The nature of reciprocity – a comparative interpretation of Boulding’s Grants Economics versus gift exchange in economic anthropology
  • Robert Delorme: A cognitive behavioural perspective on the distinctive features of heterodox economics
  • Andrea Galeotti: Does ideology affect economic theory?
Discussant:
2. SS 6 Learning from Nordic Model Changes 2 A 40
Chair:
-Paolo Ramazzotti
  • Paolo Ramazzotti and Ernst Hollander: Intro for and Overview of the Special Session
  • Markus Kallifatides, Claes Axel Belfrage: The new Swedish model in a regulation perspective
  • Lars Ahnland: The wage share and the welfare state in Sweden, 1900–2013
  • Ernst Hollander: Polanyi-inspired Concepts - of Value when Analyzing the Nordics? - An essay
  • Slawomir Czech: What drives the evolution of institutional architecture of economy? Insights from Swedish neocorporatism
Discussant:
2. SS 2 The economic and financial impact of climate change 3 B 04
Chair:
-Irene Monasterolo
  • Frank Ackerman: Worst-Case Economics: Extreme Events in Climate and Finance
  • Massimo Tavoni: Integrated assessment modeling of climate change (everything you always wanted to know but never dared asking)
Discussant:
2. RA A [A] Methodology of Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
  • Lukasz Hardt: Models and Beliefs they Produce
  • N. Emrah Aydinonat: Multiple-model explanations in economics
  • Arthur Netto: The Double-Edge of Case Studies: A Frame-Based Definition of Economic Models
  • Ute Schmiel: Economic analysis of law from an evolutionary perspective
Discussant:
2. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Torsten Niechoj: Does digital production raise productivity? Five explanations for an inexistent phenomenon
  • Marlies Schutz, Rita Strohmaier: "Moore’s Law" and Beyond. A theoretical and empirical investigation of the institutions fostering innovation in micro- and nanoelectronics
  • Sofia Jimenez, Rosa Duarte, Julio Sánchez, Inmaculada Villanua: R&D diffusion and productivity in a globalized world.
  • Claudius Grabner, Philipp Heimberger, Jakob Kapeller: The Kaldor paradox revisited: New evidence in times of increasing openness
Discussant:
2. RA E1 [E1] Industrial Policy and Development 1 B 35
Chair:
-Lukasz Mamica
  • Samuel Klebaner: A socio-economic framework to analyze the micro-governance of the regulatory capture
  • P. Ho: Contemplating industrial policies in a Smith-Young-Hirschman framework of development
  • Wilfred Dolfsma, Kun Fu, Gori Olusina Daniel: Formal and Informal Institutions, and Economic Development
Discussant:
-Lukasz Mamica
-Francesco Macheda
2. RA J [J] Monetary Economics, Finance and Financial Inst 1 B 04
Chair:
-Ismael Ertürk
  • Anastasia Nesvetailova: Sabotage Through Innovation: an Evolutionary Perspective on the Structural Power of Finance
  • Stefan Kerbl: Comparability of Basel risk weights in the EU banking sector
  • Domenica Tropeano: Money hierarchy and changes in financial regulation in the EU.
  • Ingrid Kvangraven: The Return of the Sacred Cows: How the International Financial Institutions Approach New Forms of Finance
Discussant:
2. RA L [L] Labour Economics 1 B 39
Chair:
-Paolo Piacentini
  • Esther Gouveia: The formation of the industrial reserve army and wage setting in China
  • Maria Enrica Virgillito, Giovanni Dosi, Xiaodan YU: The wage-productivity nexus in the Word Factory economy: a quantile regression analysis on Chinese manufacturing sector *
  • Fukuda Jun: Recent Wage Suppression and Labor Shortage in Japan: The Storm and Naastepad Approaches
  • Nicolo Rosetti: Non-regular worker unionisation in Japan: adjusting the insider-outsider theory of employment
Discussant:
2. RA R [R] Classical Theory and Policy Analysis 1 B 49
Chair:
-Antonella Stirati
  • Roberto Ciccone: Rate of profit, rate of interest and bank capital profitability
  • Jesper Fredborg Huric-Larsen: Understanding Changes in Sectoral and Total Economy Debt
  • Enrico Sergio Levrero: Estimates of the natural rate of interest and the stance of monetary policies: a critical assessment
Discussant:
-Levrero E.S.
-Deleidi M.
-Paternesi Meloni W.


Parallel Sessions 3 - Sep 07 2018 14:00-16:00 Rooms
3. CT Conference Theme: Evolutionary foundations at a crossroad: Assessments, outcomes and implications for policy makers 1 B 39
Chair:
-Pavel Pelikan
  • Ulrich Witt: Evolution and Progress: the Unsettled Normative Side of Evolutionary Economics
  • Cristina Matos: Rebuilding Welfare States. What can we learn from evolutionary economics?
  • Beniamino Callegari: Time as Knowledge: a comparative analysis of Evolution, History and Economic Theory in Schumpeter and Georgescu-Roegen
  • Chiara Piccardo, Marco Grazzi, Cecilia Vergari: Patents and Trademarks: The impact on performance of Italian manufacturing firms
  • Katarzyna Sadowy: Evolving cities. The place of urban studies in context of evolutionary economics and life sciences
Discussant:
3. SS 13 In honor of Luigi Orsenigo 3 B 04
Chair:
-Uwe Cantner
-Maria Savona
-Nathalie Lazaric
  • Emmanuele Russo, Giovanni Dosi, Andrea Roventini: The effet of technological and trade regimes upon international differentiation and catching up: results from a multi-country agent-based model
  • Michele Pezzoni, Reinhilde Veugelers and Fabiana Visentin: Is this novel technology going to hit? Antecedents predicting technological novelty diffusion
  • Tommaso Ciarli, Ariel L. Wirkierman, Maria Savona: Varieties of European National Innovation System
Discussant:
3. SK Pluralism in Economic Policy SCI
Chair:
-Pascal Petit
  • Laura Castelli
  • Jeanne Chevalier
  • Wolfram Elsner
  • Pasquale Tridico
Discussant:
3. SS 20 Round Table: Comments on classical political economy today 2 B 16
Chair:
-Carlo D'
-Ippoliti
  • Riccardo Bellofiore
  • Muriel Dalpont
  • Roberto Ciccone
  • Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven
Discussant:
3. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Attila Havas: Devising research infrastructure policies: The relevance of prospective analyses and participatory processes
  • Jeremias Lachman, Pablo Jack, Andrés López: Scientific knowledge production and economic development: an empirical analysis
  • Yeoryios Stamboulis: Knowledge as club good
  • Sofia Patsali, Stefano Bianchini, Patrick Llerena: Demand-driven innovation in science: Some empirical evidence from the suppliers of a research university
  • Cristina Sousa: Going beyond the metaphorical use of networks in the study of innovation systems
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3. RA F [F] Environment-Economy Interactions 1 B 49
Chair:
-Irene Monasterolo
  • Massimiliano Mazzanti: A nonparametric analysis of green inventions and environmental policies: unveiling knowledge function shapes
  • Nicola Caravaggio: Economic growth and the forest development path: a re-assessment of the environmental Kuznets curve for deforestation
  • Marianna Gilli, Francesco Nicolli, Francesco Vona: Non-homothetic green preferences. A new approach to the impact of economic growth on the environment.
  • Vasiliki Georgatzi, Apostolos Vetsikas, Yeoryios Stamboulis: Do policies and new technologies drive to a low carbon economy regarding the transportation sector?
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3. RA G [G] Macroeconomic Regulation and Institutions 1 B 35
Chair:
-Charlie Dannreuther
  • Gonzalo Gomez Bengoechea: Fiscal Union, Monetary Policy and Populism in the Eurozone
  • Orsola Costantini: The Function of Fiscal Policy: a Political Economy of the Stability and Growth Pact
  • Jan Priewe: A time bomb for the Euro area - the German current account surplus
  • Dany Lang, Raquel Almeida Ramos, Federico Bassi: The determination of exchange rates - a heterodox AB-SFC perspective.
  • Lilit Popoyan, Mauro Napoletano, Andrea Roventini: Systemically Important Financial Institutions - is it enough to sterilize them? An agent-based approach
Discussant:
3. RA H [H] Effective Demand, Income Distribution and Finance 1 B 04
Chair:
-Yannis Dafermos
  • Daniele Tavani, Luke Petach: No one is Alone: Strategic Complementarities, Capacity Utilization, Growth, and Income Distribution
  • Hiroshi Nishi: A Dynamic Analysis of Demand and Productivity Growth in a Two-Sector Kaleckian Model
  • Engelbert Stockhammer: Short and medium term financial-real cycles: An empirical assessment
  • Lucas Vasconcelos, Claudio Roberto Amitrano: Income distribution, inflation and economic growth: a post-Keynesian approach
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3. RA I [I] Comparative Political Economy 2 A 46
Chair:
-Bernard Chavance
  • Tomoaki Eguchi, Sinudom Arissara, Yorihiko Ando: A Comparative Analysis of Aspects of Private and Autonomous Income Distributions among households in Asian Countries: Thailand, Cambodia, Indonesia, and South Korea
  • Pedro Loureiro: Structural change, distribution and the neoliberal state in Brazil and Argentina
  • Rachid Mira: Institutions, governance and economic changes in North African countries
  • Ringa Raudla, Eget Juuse, Aleksandrs Cepilovs:Policy Learning from Crisis in Financial Regulation and Supervision: Comparative Analysis of Estonia, Latvia and Sweden
  • Caroline Vincensini: Varieties of capitalism, D. North and historical institutionalism: What convergences?
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3. RA J [J] Monetary Economics, Finance and Financial Inst 2 A 40
Chair:
-Oliver Kessler
  • Benjamin Wilhelm, Ronen Palan: Treasury Operations and the Modern firm
  • Steffen Murau, Tobias Pforr: Quantitative Easing, Central Bank Independence and the Illusory Fundamental Difference between Fiscal and Monetary Policy
  • Bruno Hofig: Credit supply and its historical presuppositions: a critique of the mainstream approach to personal indebtedness
  • Marie Daumal: The economic and political causes of the 2008 US financial crisis
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3. RA M [M] Social Economics 2 A 34
Chair:
-Merve Burnazoglu
  • Attila Havas, György Molnár: Tackling marginalisation with social innovation: the Kiútprogram in Hungary
  • Svenja Flechtner, Carlo D'Ippoliti: Fields of study choices and the reproduction of gender inequalities
  • Luca Andriani, Anneli Kaasa: Determinants of Institutional Trust: The Role of the Cultural Context
  • Federico Gonzalez Etchebehere: Preferences for redistribution and biased perceptions in Uruguay: Evidence of different patterns among income groups
  • Theresa Steffestun, Silja Graupe: “The market deals out profits and losses” – How Standard Economic Textbooks Promote Uncritical Thinking in Metaphors
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3. RA S [S] Evolutionary Economic Simulation 1 B 12
Chair:
-Alessandro Caiani
  • Torsten Heinrich, Juan Sabuco: Systemic risk in insurance and reinsurance: Lessons from risk model homogeneity
  • Francesco Pasimeni, Tommaso Ciarli: Co-ownership in the sharing economy: studying the change in consumers' behaviour in a new regime with agent-based models
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3. RA V [V] Conceptions of Evolutionary Political Economy 2 B 04
Chair:
-Lukáš Likavčan
-Katarzyna Gruszka
  • Carl Henning Reschke, Hayo Siemsen: Humanism and the “ideal” Citizen: What is the basic “element” of politics and economics
  • Louison Cahen-Fourot: The regulation of capitalism, the social relation to the environment and climate regulation
  • Christine Oughton: The Evolution of Profitability and Structural Change
  • Ernest Aigner, Manuel Scholz-Waeckerle, Hardy Hanappi: Structures of accumulation, power and the money form – A historical-logical perspective.
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3. RA X [X] Networks 2 B 08
Chair:
-Muhamed Kudic
  • Mahmood Shubbak: Innovation, Networks and Economic Performance: Profiling Solar Power Innovators
  • Erkan Erdil, İ.Semih Akçomak, Umut Ylmaz Çetinkaya: Converging European regions: Towards a knowledge cohesion?
  • Charlie Joyez: Are multinationals global firms yet? Evidence from cross-country comparison of the network structure of transnational companies.
  • Stefano Battiston, Joseph Stiglitz: Unstable by Design? Taming Systemic Risk in Endogenous Financial Networks
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Parallel Sessions 4 - Sep 07 2018 17:30-19:30 Rooms
4. SS 23 Complexity Economics and Mesoeconomics: Addressing the Exigencies and Contradictions of Today's Complex World (Special JAES) 2 B 08
Chair:
-Svetlana Kirdina-Chandler
  • Wolfram Elsner: The Deep structure of innovation - Insights from Complexity Economics
  • Luis Daniel Torres Gonzales, Jangho Yang: On the existence and characterization of the Statistical Structure of Input-Output Coefficient Matrices: the Case of the US Economy for 1963-2007
  • Nataliya Smorodinskaya: The network transformation of Economic systems towards greater organizational complexity and non-linearity
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4. BK Evolutionary foundations: looking backward and looking forward: book launching session 2 B 16
Chair:
-Smita Srinivas
-Nathalie Lazaric
  • Kurt Dopfer and Keun Lee: Presentation of the book the "Modern Evolutionary Economics"
  • Ulrich Witt: Presentation of the book "Understanding Economic Change - Advances in Evolutionary Economics"
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4. SS 7 History, definition and theoretical cores of Heterodox Economics 3 B 04
Chair:
-Claudius Gräbner
  • Birte Strunk, Claudius Gräbner: Pluralism in economics: its critiques and their lessons
  • Paolo Ramazzotti: Orthodoxy, heterodoxy and the mainstream. Reflections on economic theory and methodology
  • Lynne Chester: Heterodox Economics: Success and Prospects contrary to Hodgson's claims
  • Matthias Aistleitner, Jakob Kapelle, Ernest Aigner, Florentin Glotzl: The focus of academic economics: before and after the crisis
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4. SS 14 Towards a greener economy: what evolutionary theories are (un)able to say? 3 B 30
Chair:
-Pavel Pelikan
  • Irene Monasterolo: Contribution of evolutionary economics and complex systems to disentangle the climate-finance-inequality nexus
  • Agnès Labrousse: Ostrom, the Commons & the Social Ecological System Framework: Commonalities and Complementarities with Evolutionary Approaches
  • Nathalie Lazaric: Nudging or Learning the long road for changing habits and behavioral lock-in
  • Smita Srinivas: Definition shake-up, innovation scale-up: scarcity and resources in economics development
  • Stefano Battiston: Complex network approach for climate risk analysis
Discussant:
4. RA A [A] Methodology of Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
  • Mariusz Maziarz: Causal inferences in the contemporary economics
  • Uskali Mäki: Empirical turn in economics?
  • Huguette Croisier: Modelling financial crises as DSGE phenomena: a genuine step forward?
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4. RA B [B] Economic Sociology 2 A 34
Chair:
-Jens Maesse
-Hanno Pahl
  • Gerardo Costabile Nicoletta: Economic expertise as device. Profane and undisciplined perspectives on Atlantic episteme
  • Stephan Puhringer, Lukas Bäuerle: A severe lack of real-world orientation in the study of economics. Evidence from a study with undergraduate economics students
  • Jens Maesse: The economist as populist. On the discursive construction of academic authorities
  • Hanno Pahl, Jan Sparsam: Knowledge Production and Distribution in the Federal Open Market Committee: Towards a Sociology of Monetary Policy
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4. RA C [C] Institutional Change 1 B 16
Chair:
-Alexander Lascaux
  • Armelle Maze: Learning, models of cognition and theories of institutional change
  • Maria de Fatima Ferreiro, Cristina Sousa: Deepening the role of social innovation in the linkage between innovation and development
  • Thomas Gkourlas, Anastasia Constantelou: Explaining informal entrepreneurship in Europe from an institutional asymmetry perspective
  • Alexander Lascaux: An Institutional Transposition Between Trust and Control in the Informal Financial Institutions
  • Gwendoline Promsopha, Vion Antoine: Elite circulation and the limited order trap: the case of Thailand
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4. RA E1 [E1] Industrial Policy and Development 1 B 35
Chair:
-Piotr Kopyciński
  • Andrea Califano, Simone Gasperin: Converging dynamics within the EU: industrial policy and participation to the Germany-centred production system
  • Pascal Grouiez, Alexandre Berthe, Louis Dupuy : Dominated firms strategy in Global Value Chains: the case of farmers investing in biogas production
  • Carlo Pietrobelli, Thomas Farole, Leonardo Ortega Moncada: Scale and Distance in Global Value Chains
  • Jakub Glowacki: Fintech - modern technology used in Polish shared services centers
Discussant:
-Piotr Kopyciński
-Edilaine Venancio Camillo
4. RA E2 [E2] Entrepreneurship and Theory of the Firm 1 B 39
Chair:
-Aimilia Protogerou
  • Anastasia Constantelou, Nikolaos Konstantopoulos: Counter fighting the effects of economic downturns: Exploring the dynamic organisational capabilities of Greek firms during the economic crisis.
  • Glykeria Karagouni, Aimilia Protogerou: Dynamic capabilities and entrepreneurial management in a seventh-generation family-business: the case of succession in Loulis Mills
  • Caroline Granier, Valérie Revest, Alessandro Sapio: Growth performance of SMEs: a comparison between listed and non-listed companies in Europe
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4. RA G [G] Macroeconomic Regulation and Institutions 1 B 49
Chair:
-Dany Lang
  • Chanatporn Limprapoowiwattana: Transnational standardisation of global production network of organic rice: A case study of the organic rice in Thailand
  • Jean-Christophe Graz, Nicole Helmerich, Cécile Prébandier: Labour standards of the world, Unite ! Or how to map hybrid production regimes
  • Riccardo Pariboni, Pasquale Tridico: Labour share decline, financialisation and structural change
  • Helene Rebelo, João Leitão, Leonardo Basso: Productivity and competitiveness: The moderating effect of the real foreign exchange rate
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4. RA H [H] Effective Demand, Income Distribution and Finance 1 B 04
Chair:
-Eugenio Caverzasi
  • Stefan Schmelzer: Sectoral Financial Leverage and Portfolio Choice - An empirical SFC Model for Austria
  • Gennaro Zezza, Francesco Zezza: Quantitative Easing in an empirical Stock-Flow-Consistent model
  • Rosaria Rita Canale, Giorgio Liotti: Material deprivation and sound public finance in the Eurozone
  • Janina Urban: Stabilizing national models and competing internationally – which pressures drive German small and medium-sized firms away from the Keynesian dream?
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4. RA J [J] Monetary Economics, Finance and Financial Inst 2 A 40
Chair:
-Benjamin Wilhelm
  • Alvaro Santos Rivera: Liquidity preference and capital constraints as determinants of bank credit rationing: A Stock-Flow Consistent (SFC) approach
  • Leonardo Bargigli: A Foreign Exchange Market Microstructure Model of Dealership with Heterogeneous Speculators
  • Dominique Torre, Sothearath Seang, Maëlle Della Peruta: Complementary currencies and short distribution channels
  • Ozlem Omer: Quantal Response Statistical Equilibrium Model of the US Housing Market, 2000-2015
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4. RA T [T] History of Political Economy 2 A 46
Chair:
-Muriel Dalpont
  • Madhavi Venkatesan: Context and causality: How the teaching of economics has influenced the significance of sustainability
  • Odile Lakomski-Laguerre, Longuet: Democracy and autonomy in Schumpeter’s theory of democracy
  • Harald Hagemann: Joseph Alois Schumpeter and John Maynard Keynes
  • Toru Yamamori: An evolutionary concept of need from Adam Smith to Amartya Sen
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4. RA W [W] Global Political Economy 2 B 04
Chair:
  • You-Il Lee: The Evolution of Korean Political Economy: From Growth to Maturity
  • Anita Pelle, Éva Kuruczleki, Gabriella Tabajdi: The EU single market - A success story(?)
  • Gabor Vigvari: Developmental states in the global trading system – a real threat to stability?
  • Rafael López Cerino: The global policy of biofuels: Biodiesel and Bioethanol
  • Maciej Grodzicki, Maria Savona, Tommaso Ciarli: Technological Capabilities and the New International Division of Labour
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Parallel Sessions 5 - Sep 08 2018 09:00-11:00 Rooms
5. JAES Complexity Economics and Mesoeconomics: Addressing the Exigencies and Contradictions of Today's Complex World (Special JAES and RA Q) 2 A 40
Chair:
-Wolfram Elsner
  • Phillip Anthony O'Hara: Principles of Institutional Political Economy Applied to the Complexity, Performance-Based Institutional Dynamics of Capitalism
  • Svetlana Kirdina-Chandler: Mesoeconomics and complexity economics - what is common and what is different?
  • Magda Fontana, Martina Iori, Fabio Montobbio, Roberta Sinatra: Narrow Interdisciplinarity in Physics: Lessons from multi-field research
  • Andrei Volynskii, Igor Kirilyuk, Maria Kruglova: Meso-level of economy: theoretical approaches and math modeling
Discussant:
-Torsten Heinrich
5. SS 10 Evolutionary models and the relation between financial and real markets 2 A 34
Chair:
-Andrea Mazzocchetti
  • Andrea Teglio: The role of local interactions in aggregate fluctuations
  • Federico Bassi, Almeida Ramos Raquel, Lang Dany: The determination of exchange rates. A heterodox AB-SFC perspective
  • Marko Petrovic, Bulent Ozel, Andrea Teglio, Marco Raberto, Silvano Cincotti: Eurace Open: an agent-based multi-country model
  • Marco Valente: Understanding the sustainable growth-green finance nexus, which role for a green macro prudential policy?
Discussant:
5. SS 2 The economic and financial impact of climate change 2 A 46
Chair:
-Irene Monasterolo
  • Andrew Jackson, Tim Jackson: A stock-flow consistent, input-output model for the analysis of stranded assets and the transition to a low carbon economy
  • Nepomuk Dunz, Irene Monasterolo, Marco Raberto: Embedding climate risks and opportunities in macroeconomic analysis: a Stock-Flow Consistent approach
  • Maria Nikolaidi, Yannis Dafermos: An assessment of green differentiated capital requirements
  • Francesco Lamperti: The financial impacts of climate change in a complex economic system
Discussant:
5. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Victo Neto, Maria Beatriz Machado Bonacelli: A meta-analysis of the sectoral system of innovation: the role of innovation and technology
  • Giovanna Vertova: The State within the National System of Innovation: A Sympathetic Critique
  • Ann Weiland, Christian Binz: Industry Lifecycle Dynamics in Global Innovation Systems: The Case of Photovoltaic Panels
  • Takashi Seo: The Status of Knowledge Capital in National Innovation Systems: System Dynamics Model and Policy Implications
  • Daniele Tori, Eugenio Caverzasi: The Financial Innovation Hypothesis: Schumpeter, Minsky and the subprime mortgage crisis
Discussant:
5. RA E1 [E1] Industrial Policy and Development 1 B 35
Chair:
-Ioanna Kastelli
  • Edilaine Venancio, André Tosi Furtado: Brazilian Innovation Policy for wind energy technology: were there coherence and consistence?
  • Guendalina Anzolin: Pattern of Natural Resources Diversification: An Industrial Policy Evaluation Towards the Iron-Ore Value Chain in Brazil
  • Amir Lebdioui: The Role of the State in promoting diversification through linkage development in natural resource-rich economies
  • Piotr Kopycinski: Embeddedness and evolution of processes implemented by the Business Process Outsourcing sector: dimensions, actors, functions
Discussant:
-Ioanna Kastelli
-Carlo Pietrobelli
5. RA G [G] Macroeconomic Regulation and Institutions 1 B 04
Chair:
-Charlie Dannreuther
  • Jonathan Perraton: Corporatism and Capital Accumulation: The Fate of the Social Corporatist Model
  • Pascal Petit: Distribution Policies to help a challenged European Union
  • Claudio Amitrano: Institutions and development in Latin American Structuralism and the French School of Regulation: two cases of a dynamic approach to institutional complementarity and hierarchy
  • Adam Oleksiuk, Jacek Białek: Polish strategy for responsible development - The new paradigm of the nation's industrial policy?
Discussant:
5. RA L [L] Labour Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
-Sebastiano Fadda
  • Rodrigo Costa, Carlos Henrique V. Horn: Evolutionary Industrial Relations System (e-IRS): a framework for the analysis of employment relations
  • Giacomo Bracci, Walter Paternesi Meloni, Pasquale Tridico: Output gap, participation rate and minimum income: a proposal for Italy
  • Dario Guarascio: Weaker jobs, weaker innovation
  • Maria Savona, Tommaso Ciarli, Edgar Salgado Chavez: Do Low-Wage Workers Benefit from Productivity Growth Recovery?
Discussant:
5. RA N [N] Human Development and Institutions 1 B 39
Chair:
-Francesco Burchi
  • Robert Mcmaster, Andrew Cumbers, Michael White, Susana Cabaço, Karen Bilsland: Addressing poverty and inequality: A role for economic democracy?
  • Antonio Savoia, M Niaz Asadullah: Poverty Reduction During 1990-2013: Did Millennium Development Goals Adoption and State Capacity Matter?
  • Francesco Burchi, Nicole Rippin, Daniele Malerba, Claudio Montenegro: Is growth good for the poor? Revisiting the growth-poverty debate from a multidimensional perspective
  • Marc Jacquinet: Beyond corporate social responsibility (CSR): contesting the relevant context of sustainability
  • Olfa Golli: The ecological transition in the Mediterranean: an experience at the core of responsible commitment
Discussant:
5. RA R [R] Classical Theory and Policy Analysis 1 B 49
Chair:
-Fabio Petri
  • Matteo Deleidi, Mazzucato Mariana, De Lipsis Vincenzo: Fiscal multipliers: a SVAR approach for the US
  • Kazuhiro Kurose: The Structure of the Models of Structural Change and Kaldor's Facts
  • Stefano Zambelli: Production of Commodities by means of Commodities without the Self-Replacing assumption
Discussant:
-R. Ciccone
-A. Stirati
-F. Petri


Parallel Sessions 6 - Sep 08 2018 14:00-16:00 Rooms
6. SS 19 Marx @ 200 3 B 04
Chair:
-Sergio Levrero
  • Riccardo Bellofiore: Forever Young? Marx's critique of political economy after 200 years
  • Cedric Durand: A paper that Bites. Fictitious capital a decade after great financial crisis
  • Carolina Alves: Feliz cumpleaños Karl! Revolution and uneven development in Latin America
  • Fabio Petri: For a modern rewriting of the chapter of Marx's Capital
Discussant:
-Levrero E.S.
-Petri F.
-Durand C.
-Bellofiore R.
6. RA A [A] Methodology of Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
  • Agnieszka Wincewicz-Price: The Aspiring Agent: Proleptic Reasoning and Economic Choice
  • Petur Jonsson: On Creative Choices and Economic Choice Theory
  • Robert Mroz: From Philosophy of Mind to Philosophy of Economics – a New Way to Understand the Controversy over Mathematical Methods in Economics
  • Henry Leveson-Gower: Promoting pluralist economist teaching: a demand lead strategy
Discussant:
6. RA C [C] Institutional Change 1 B 04
Chair:
-Paolo Ramazzotti
  • Gerhard Fuchs: Institutional Transformation: Changing the German Electricity System
  • Judit Kapas: Cultural Layers, Institutions, and Economic Development: Different Effects Based on Stickiness
  • Rodrigo Jeronimo, Sebastião Neto Ribeiro Guedes: Labor and Collective Bargaining: an approach to the Consolidation of Labor Laws in Brazil from the standpoint of John R. Commons institutional economics
Discussant:
6. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Jenyfeer Martinez Buitrago, Edilaine Venancio Camillo, André Tosi Furtado: S&T strategy for solar photovoltaics in Brazil
  • Steffen Bettin: Directionality and Diffusion of Battery Storage Technologies – An Empirical Study
  • Martina Occelli, Matteo Coronese, Francesco Lamperti, Andrea Roventini: No land for old men: agriLOWE, an evolutionary approach to agriculture and climate change
Discussant:
6. RA E1 [E1] Industrial Policy and Development 1 B 35
Chair:
-Wilfred Dolfsma
  • Francesco Macheda: Iceland: Is this Time Different? Speculation Led vs. Innovation Led-Growth
  • Ioanna Kastelli, Aggelos Tsakanikas, George Siokas: How absorptive capacity enables new entrepreneurial ventures of high added value?
  • Lukasz Mamica: The role of universities in growth of Global Business Services
  • Petra Bleuel: The Mittelstand and the “German Model”, to what extent both can be a source of inspiration for the case of French SMEs?
Discussant:
-Wilfred Dolfsma
-Andrea Califano
6. RA E2 [E2] Entrepreneurship and Theory of the Firm 1 B 39
Chair:
-Anastasia Constantelou
  • Aimilia Protogerou, Alexandra Kontolaimou, Yannis Caloghirou: Entrepreneurship in the Creative Industries: Evidence from Young Firms in Greece
  • Matti Ylonen: Understanding corporate tax avoidance and corporate power: What can we learn from early evolutionary economists?
  • Panagiotis Panagiotopoulos, Aimilia Protogerou, Yannis Caloghirou, George Siokas: The evolution of the organisational ICT resources, dynamic and operational capabilities of the Greek municipalities in the period 2011-2017: Analyzing the data of two large successive surveys
Discussant:
6. RA F [F] Environment-Economy Interactions 1 B 49
Chair:
-Tim Foxon
  • Karolina Safarzynska: A higher rebound effect under bounded rationality: Interactions between car mobility and electricity generation
  • Nepomuk Dunz, Irene Monasterolo, Asjad Naqvi: The closure matters: Re-examining the conclusions of a North-South growth model with a SFC-approach
  • Marco Valente: Distributed Energy Storage Systems: Effects on Load Volatility
  • Natsuka Tokumaru, Koshida Kayoko, Yuji Tanaka: Coevolution of Institutions and Residents toward Environmental Solutions: A Case Study on Solar Power Projects on Awaji Island
  • Nelo Magalhães: The physical economy of France (1830-2015)
Discussant:
6. RA G [G] Macroeconomic Regulation and Institutions 2 A 34
Chair:
-Dany Lang
  • Gyorgy Molnar, Attila Havas: Tackling marginalization with social innovation: the Kiùtprogram in Hungrary
  • Massimiliano Gambardella: Beyond GDP. The Well-Being Index.
  • Ernst Hollander: Social Reproduction as the Missing Link in the Innovation Sustainability Nexus
  • Philipp Heimberger, Claudius Gräbner, Jakob Kapeller, Bernhard Schütz: Structural change in times of increasing openness: assessing path dependency in European economic integration
Discussant:
6. RA I [I] Comparative Political Economy 2 A 46
Chair:
-Caroline Vincensini
  • Bernard Chavance: Planning in socialist systems : concept and historical experience
  • Maria Lissowska: Discussion about privatization revisited 27 years after transition
  • Peter Mihalyi: Neoclassical growth models and the democracy vs. Dictatorship dilemma today
  • Andre Pedersen Ystehede: Beyond Varieties of Capitalism – a response to Baccaro and Pontusson
Discussant:
6. RA J [J] Monetary Economics, Finance and Financial Inst 2 A 40
Chair:
-Benjamin Wilhelm
  • Olga Mikheeva, Piret Tõnurist: Co-Creation in Governance of the Financial Sector: The Case of Monetary Authority of Singapore
  • Damian Tobin, Christine Oughton, Vanesa Pesque-Cela: The Evolution of the Financial System in China: A Diversity Index
  • Novo Plakalovic, Đorđe Lazić: External macroeconomic shocks in case of small economy with the currency board
  • Ali Nassiri Aghdam: The Myth of Central Bank Independence: The Case of Iran
Discussant:
6. RA K [K] Gender Economics and Social Identity 2 B 08
Chair:
  • Margareta Kreimer, Andrea Leitner, and Theresa Hager: Gender Segregation in Education, Training and the Labour Market
  • Melissa Langworthy: Empowerment, Capabilities and Gender Constraints in Female Microentrepreneurship: A study of Kandy, Sri Lanka
  • Abhilasha Srivastava: The Marriage Market in India: Coevolution of Gender Norms and Dowry
Discussant:
6. RA L [L] Labour Economics 2 B 04
Chair:
-Axel Magnan
  • Žilvinas Martinaitis, Aleksandr Christenko: High or low? Approaches to measuring skills of labour force
  • Aleksandr Christenko, Žilvinas Martinaitis: Specific and general skills: concepts, dimensions, and measurements
  • Stefano Dughera: Skills, preferences and rights: evolutionary complementarities in labour organisation
  • Diogo Ferraz, Fabíola Cristina Ribeiro de Oliveira, Andreas Pyka, Daisy Aparecida do Nascimento Rebelatto: Mechanization and Labor Market: the sugarcane in Brazil between 1992 and 2015
Discussant:
6. RA Z [Z] Co-Operative Economy and Collective Ownership 2 B 16
Chair:
-Salvatore Monni
-Olga Kuznetsova
  • Yorgos Rizopoulos, Jean-Luc Chautagnat, Vetsonafehy Jhons: Oxalis’ life cycle: What is specific in the evolution of a production cooperative?
  • Apostolos Georgiou, Yeoryios Stamboulis: Knowledge as club-good and cooperatives as mode of governance
  • Alessio Realini, Francesco Tacconi, Salvatore Monni, Cécile Berranger: The role of cooperatives in promoting innovation: inclusion and sustainability through organic agriculture and social farming in Italy
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Parallel Sessions 7 - Sep 08 2018 16:30-18:30 Rooms
7. SS 11 Financial stability, monetary policy and inequality: agent-based and stock-flow consistent approaches 1 B 49
Chair:
-Alessandro Caiani
  • Marco Veronese Passarella: Sraffian supermultiplier, mission oriented innovation policies and ecological sustainability: a stock-flow dynamic model
  • Ermanno Catullo, Alessandro Caiani, Mauro Gallegati: The Effects of Alternative Wage Regimes in a Monetary Union: a Multi-Country Agent Based-Stock Flow Consistent Model
  • Alberto Russo: Inequality, financial fragility and monetary policy in a HIAMM
  • Antoine Godin, Devrim Yilmaz: Torn between Two Masters: Class Struggle and Economic Collapse in a Demand-led Goodwin Model
Discussant:
7. RA A [A] Methodology of Economics 1 B 12
Chair:
  • Matti Sarkia: Narrative economics is quantitative behavioral macroeconomics
  • José Caamaño-Alegre, María Caamaño-Alegre: Experimental Economics from the Vantage Point of the Cambridge Social Ontology: Building on Siakantaris' Insights
  • Olga Koshovets, Taras Varkhotov: Neuroeconomics: New Heart of Economics or New Face of Economic Imperialism?
  • Merve Burnazoglu: Normativity as Mediator Between Phenomena and their Measurement: Refugees’ Integration
Discussant:
7. RA B [B] Economic Sociology 1 B 04
Chair:
-Hanno Pahl
-Jens Maesse
  • Anupam Das, Ian Hudson, Mark Hudson: Was There a Transformation in Economic Ideology Between 1970 and 2000?
  • Anders Hylmo: The Mainstream-heterodoxy Divide in Economics as Contested Styles of Reasoning: Towards a Sociological Approach
  • Blaz Remic, Erwin Dekker, Carolina Dalla Chiesa: Incentives matter, but what do they mean? Understanding the meaning of market coordination
  • Kristoffer Marslev: Labour agency as driver of social upgrading in global garment value chains: An historical-comparative case study of Cambodia and Vietnam
Discussant:
7. RA C [C] Institutional Change 1 B 35
Chair:
-Eugenia Correa
  • Eugenia Correa, Alfredo Delgado: An institutional approach to the LA “pink countries” social changes
  • Vyacheslav Dementyev: The Russian Economy as "The Economy of Power"
Discussant:
7. RA D [D] Innovation and Technological Change 1 B 16
Chair:
  • Michalis Papazoglou, Yiannis E. Spanos: Profiting from Technological Prevalence: Longitudinal evidence from the Chemical Industry
  • Sandro Montresor, Davide Antonioli: Persistence of innovation in times of crisis: An analysis of Italian firms
  • Mariia Shkolnykova, Muhamed Kudic: Who benefits from radical innovations of SMEs in a region?
  • Ethan Gifford, Guido Buenstorf, Daniel Ljungberg, Maureen McKelvey, Olof Zaring: The Role of Founder Knowledge in the Survival and Growth of Knowledge Intensive New Ventures
  • Fernando Sossdorf, Daniele Moschella: In search of the Chilean jaguar: product diversification and high growth
Discussant:
7. RA L [L] Labour Economics 1 B 39
Chair:
-Pasquale Tridico
  • Paolo Piacentini: The interaction of 'macro' and 'micro' factors in employment activation
  • Jesus Ferreiro, Carmen Gomez: Employment protection and labour market performance in European Union countries during the Great Recession
  • Sergio Scicchitano: More insecure and less paid; the effect of perceived job insecurity on wage distribution
  • Axel Magnan: New forms of flexibilities in the agricultural sector? A typology of agricultural workers.
Discussant:
7. RA Z [Z] Co-Operative Economy and Collective Ownership 2 A 34
Chair:
-Salvatore Monni
-Olga Kuznetsova
  • Barbara Brollo, Keti Lelo: Cooperatives and local development. The case of Lazio Region
  • Francesca Martinelli: Innovative model of cooperation in Europe: a new answer to the fragmented labour market
  • Cécile Berranger: The co-operatives places making and the re-building of co-operatives social capital: a case study of contemporary Rochdale
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