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AFIT - Economics (Association For Institutional Thought)

03
Apr
2024

WSSA Welcoming Reception

04-03-2024 6:00 PM -7:30 PM
Garden Terrace

All Attendees Invited

 

WSSA Recepción del presidente

 

Se invita a todos los asistentes

04
Apr
2024

AFIT-01 Roundtable - Oral history: Stories and Remembrances of Institutionalists

04-04-2024 8:00 AM -9:30 AM
Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Benjamin Wilson, SUNY Cortland

 

Oral history: Stories and Remembrances of Institutionalists
   - James I. Sturgeon, University of Missouri-Kansas City

04
Apr
2024

URPE-01 (AFIT) Social Reproduction in Post-Pandemic Capitalism

04-04-2024 9:45 AM -11:15 AM
Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver

 

A Critical Review of Crises in Social Reproduction
    - Samantha Sterba, University of Redlands
How can in the Crisis the Basic Income Act as a Trigger of Self-Organisation for a New Community Resilience?
    - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London
Social Policy and Social Reproduction 
    - Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver
The material conditions of a crisis of social reproduction or a crisis of care: an investigation into the data
    - Hannah Archambault, Fresno State
An Indian Green Deal: Greening Our Way Out of the Pandemic
    - Shouvik Chakraborty, Research Assistant Professor Political Economy Research Institute

04
Apr
2024

AFIT-02 Theory and Power

04-04-2024 9:45 AM -11:15 AM
Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

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Reviving the Spirit of the Civilian Conservation Corps: The Case for a Job Guarantee Program in Today's Polycrisis.
   - B. Oakley McCoy, University of New England

Interrogating Theories of Power within Original Institutionalist Thought
   - Jacob Powell, Bucknell University

A Miracle Under Siege: Economic Surplus and China’s “Period of Strategic Opportunity
   - David Brennan, URPE
   - Han Cheng,

Is Neo-fascism Inevitable?
   - Thomas E. Lambert, University of Louisville

04
Apr
2024

AFIT-08 Roundtable - "Hinton: A Novel of Murder, International Intrigue, and Oil" by Jim Peach

04-04-2024 11:30 AM -12:50 PM
Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Erik Dean, Portland Community College

 

Hinton: A Novel of Murder, International Intrigue, and Oil" by Jim Peach
   - Erik Dean, Portland Community College
   - Jim Sturgeon, University of Missouri - Kansas City
   - Glen Atkinson, University of Nevada, Reno
   - Jim Peach, New Mexico State University

04
Apr
2024

AFIT-03 Theorizing and Organizing Work

04-04-2024 1:00 PM -2:30 PM
Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator: 

 

Reviving the Spirit of the Civilian Conservation Corps: The Case for a Job Guarantee Program in Today's Polycrisis.
   - B. Oakley McCoy, University of New England

Women’s Work and Networks: A Case Study on Women Belonging to or Entering into Specific Occupations in Kolkata, India
   - Srimanjori Guha, Centre For Development Studies, Kerala, India

Made in India: A theoretical discussion of artisanal production in India
   - Satyaki Dasgupta, Colorado State University

04
Apr
2024

URPE-02 (AFIT) Roundtable - Theorizing Change in a Time of Crises: Radical vs. Incremental Institutionalism

04-04-2024 2:45 PM -4:15 PM
Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University

 

Theorizing Change in a Time of Crises: Radical vs. Incremental Institutionalism
    - Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University
    - Jacob Powell, Bucknell University
    - William Waller, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    - Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
    - Jim Sturgeon, University of Missouri Kansas City
    - Anna Klimina, University of Saskatchewan

04
Apr
2024

AFIT-09 Roundtable - Panel Discussion on the New Figart-Mutari Intro Econ Textbook with Economics and Social Work Educators

04-04-2024 2:45 PM -4:05 PM
Guadalupe

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Kevin W Capehart, Fresno State

 

Panel Discussion on the New Figart-Mutari Intro Econ Textbook with Economics and Social Work Educators
   - Kevin W Capehart, Fresno State
   - Abhilasha Srivastava, Fresno State Department of Economics
   - Reuben Addo, Fresno State Department of Social Work Education
   - Gyanesh Lama, Fresno State Department of Social Work Education

04
Apr
2024

AFIT - Film Screening "Finding The Money"

04-04-2024 4:30 PM -7:00 PM
Chula Vista
04
Apr
2024

URPE-03 (AFIT) Pluralist Pedagogy in Contemporary Classrooms

04-04-2024 4:30 PM -6:00 PM
Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University

 

Teaching Heterodox Economics via Positive, Paradigmatic, Problem-Based Pluralism
    - Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University
Backwards Design, Economics Education for Sustainable Development, and Compulsive Shifts
    - Kevin W Capehart, California State University, Fresno
    - Abhilasha Srivastava, California State University, Fresno
    - Hannah Archambault, California State University, Fresno
Recent Developments in College Textbooks
    - Erik Dean, Portland Community College