International Symposium on the History of Economic Thought - Dia 05 de agosto (3/3)



Descrição

Symposium Opening: Carlos Roberto Azzoni, Dean of the School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting (FEA-USP) Joaquim José Guilhoto, Chair of the Department of Economics Introduction by Antônio Delfim Netto (Professor Emeritus, University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Opening Address: Robert Gordon (Northwestern University, USA): “American Debates on the Sources of Business Cycle Fluctuations” Session I: Kevin Hoover (Duke University, USA): “Microfoundational Programs” Chair: Mauro Boianovsky (University of Brasília, UnB) Comments by Gilberto Tadeu Lima (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) and Raul Cristóvão dos Santos (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Session II: Robert Leonard (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada): “From Foundational Critique to Fictitious Players: The Curious Odyssey of Oskar Morgenstern” Chair: Gilberto Tadeu Lima (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Comments by Eleutério da Silva Prado (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) and Fabio Barbieri (University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto, FEARP-USP) Session III: Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound, USA): “The Rise and Fall of Walrasian Economics: The Keynes Effect” Chair: Fabio Barbieri (University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto, FEARP-USP) Comments by Franklin Serrano (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ) and Roberta Muramatsu (Mackenzie Presbyterian University) Session IV: Philip Mirowski (University of Notre Dame, USA): “The Cowles Anti-Keynesians 1943-1954” Chair: Franklin Serrano (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ) Comments by David Dequech (Campinas State University, UNICAMP) and José Raymundo Chiappin (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Session V: Michel De Vroey (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium): “The New Classical/Real Business Cycle Revolution: A Matter of Microfoundations?” Chair: Roberta Muramatsu (Mackenzie Presbyterian University) Comments by Mauro Boianovsky (University of Brasília, UnB) and Pedro Garcia Duarte (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Session VI: Pedro Garcia Duarte (FEA-USP): “Not Going Away: Representative-Agent Models and Microfoundations in the Making of a New Consensus in Macroeconomics” Chair: Ana Maria Bianchi (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) Comments by Kevin Hoover (Duke University, USA) and Michel De Vroey (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium) Round Table: all invited speakers Chair: Antônio Delfim Netto (Professor Emeritus, University of São Paulo, FEA-USP)
Data: 
05-08-2009
Duração: 
01:14:51
Categoria: 
Microeconomia

Coordenação

Prof. Dr. Gilberto Tadeu Lima

Coordenação

Prof. Dr. Pedro Garcia Duarte

Participantes

Robert Gordon, Kevin Hoover, Robert Leonard, Wade Hands, Philip Mirowski, Michel De Vroey

Outros Trechos

Round Table – Part 2