FMM Fellows

 FMM Fellows are distinguished scholars that contribute to the development of the Forum, act as its ambassadors in academics and policy circles and give advice to the coordination group.

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Philip Arestis

Director of Research , Cambridge Centre for Economic & Public Policy. Emeritus Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge, UK. Honorary Departmental Senior Fellow, Department of Land Economy. Professor of Economics , University of the Basque Country, Spain. Research Associate, Levy Economics Institute, New York. Adjunct Professor, University of Utah, USA. Visiting Professor, University of Leeds, UK. Visiting Professor, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK.
Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge, 19 Silver Street, Cambridge CB3 9EP, Cambridge, UK.

contact:
pa267[at]cam.ac.uk

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Laura Barbosa de Carvalho

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Sao Paulo, Brasil.

contact:
decarvalho.laura[at]gmail.com

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Joerg Bibow

I grew up in Hamburg, northern Germany, and have studied and worked in six countries, including South Africa, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. Before and during my studies of economics at three different universities I gathered a number of years of work experience in the financial services industry (insurance, pension fund, and banking). I have also worked, as researcher and consultant, with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Geneva, Switzerland, and I am a research associate at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, and a member of the Bretton Woods Committee, Washington, DC.


contact: jbibow[at]skidmore.edu

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Robert Blecker

Professor of Economics, American University, Washington, DC, USA.
Department of Economics , American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016, USA.

contact:
blecker[at]american.edu

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Peter Bofinger

Professor of Economics, Money and International Economic Relations, University Würzburg, Germany. Member of the German Council of Economic Experts (Sachverständigenrat).

contact:
peter.bofinger[at]uni-wuerzburg.de

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Steven Fazzari

Associate Director, Weidenbaum Center Washington University, St.Louis, USA.
Steven Fazzari's research explores two main areas: the financial determinants of investment and R&D spending by U.S. firms and the foundations of Keynesian macroeconomics. Among other current research projects, Fazzari is now co-editing a book that investigates the sources and responses to the U.S. “Great Recession” that began in late 2007. Fazzari teaches macroeconomics, from introductory freshman courses to advanced seminars for Ph.D. students. He has won a variety of teaching awards and has served on many university committees and task forces. Fazzari served six years as chair of the Department of Economics, five years as a member of the Arts & Sciences Academic Planning Committee, and is now a member of the Advisory Committee on Tenure and Promotion. In 2008, Fazzari began a new leadership role as Associate Director the Weidenbaum Center, an independent unit of Arts and Sciences that supports social science research and organizes public outreach programs.
Department of Economics, Campus Box 1208, 1 Brookings Drive, Washington University, St. Louis, MO 63130-3629, USA.

contact:
fazz[at]wustl.edu

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Jesus Ferreiro

Jesus Ferreiro is Professor of Economics at the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, in Bilbao, Spain. He is also an Associate Member of the Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy (CCEPP), Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, and an Associate Member of the NIFIP, University of Porto. His research interests are in the areas of macroeconomic policy, labour market, wages policy and international economy. He has published more than one hundred articles on these and other related topics in books and peer refereed journals such as American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Applied Economics, Economic and Industrial Democracy, European Planning Studies, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, International Labour Review, International Review of Applied Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, Journal of Economic Policy Reform, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Panoeconomicus, and Transnational Corporations, among others.

contact:
jesus.ferreiro[at]ehu.es

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Svenja Flechtner

Svenja Flechtner is Assistant Professor of Pluralist Economics at the University of Siegen, Germany. She is also a fellow of the ZOE. Institute for future-fit economies.


contact: svenja.flechtner[at]uni-siegen.de

Barbara Fritz

Professor of Economics and Latin America n Economies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

contact:
Barbara.Fritz[at]fu-berlin.de

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Antoine Godin

Antoine Godin is a Senior Economist at the French Agency for Development (AFD). At AFD he works on the development of a suite of SFC models, aiming at analysing the transition to low carbon economies for developing countries. Antoine holds a M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics Engineering and a Ph.D. in Economics. He developed two modelling softwares: a R package to design, calibrate and simulate Stock-Flow Consistent (SFC) models and a java platform to design and simulate Agent-Based Stock-Flow Consistent (AB-SFC) models. Godin has published numerous articles both on methodological and theoretical aspects, combining various strands of literature, and applied to diverse topics such as environmental, labor or innovation economics in journals such as the Journal of Evolutionary Economics, the Cambridge Journal of Economics and the Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control.

contact:
godin.antoine[at]gmail.com

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Gustav Horn

Gustav Horn studied Economics at the University of Bonn and at the London School of Economics. He received his PhD at TU Berlin in 1992 and worked at DIW Berlin from 1986 to 2004. In 2005 he became Director of the Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK) at the Hans-Boeckler-Foundation. Therefore he is a permanent adviser to the German trade unions. In 2007 he was appointed (external) Professor at the University of Flensburg. In 2012 he additionally became (external) Professor at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He is a member of various political committees and advisor to the German Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), the European Parliament and the Green Party in the German Bundestag. Furthermore he is chairman of Committee on Social Order to the Protestant Church in Germany.

contact:
gustav-horn[at]boeckler.de

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Annina Kaltenbrunner

Annina Kaltenbrunner is a Lecturer in the Economics of Globalisation and the International Economy at Leeds University Business School. Her research focuses on financial processes and relations in emerging capitalist economies. She has published on financial integration, currency internationalisation and macroeconomic policy.

contact:
A.Kaltenbrunner[at]leeds.ac.uk

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Dany Lang

Associate Professor, University of Paris 13, France. Center of Economics of Paris North, France and part-time Professor of European economics at the Institute for European Studies of the University of Saint Louis, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

contact:
dany.lang.p13[at]gmail.com

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Marc Lavoie

Marc Lavoie is Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Ottawa. Lavoie has published close to 200 articles and book chapters in a wide variety of fields, in particular macroeconomics and monetary economics. With Wynne Godley he has written Monetary Economics: An Integrated Approach to Money, Income, Production and Wealth (2007) and with Mario Seccareccia, he has authored the Canadian edition of the Baumol and Blinder first-year textbook (2009). He has recently edited Wage-led Growth: An Equitable Strategy for Economic Recovery (2013, with E. Stockhammer), which deals with the effects of rising income inequality and the drift towards lower wage shares, and In Defense of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics (2013, with F. Lee). His latest work is Post-Keynesian Economics: New Foundations (2014), which is an exhaustive account of post-Keynesian economic analysis.

contact:
Marc.Lavoie[at]uottawa.ca

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Catherine Mathieu

French Economic Observatory (OFCE), Paris, France.

contact:
catherine.mathieu[at]sciencespo.fr

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Maria Nikolaidi

Maria Nikolaidi is a Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Greenwich. Her research interests include financial fragility, macroeconomic policy, bank regulation and ecological macroeconomics. Prior to joining the University of Greenwich, she worked as a researcher at the Labour Institute in Greece. She holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Athens.

contact:
M.Nikolaidi[at]greenwich.ac.uk

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Thomas Palley

Thomas Palley is an Economist living in Washington DC. He holds a B.A. degree from Oxford University, and a M.A. degree in International Relations and Ph.D. in Economics, both from Yale University. He has published in numerous academic journals, and written for The Atlantic Monthly, American Prospect and Nation magazines. Palley has recently started the project Economics for Democratic & Open Societies. The goal of the project is to stimulate public discussion about what kinds of economic arrangements and conditions are needed to promote democracy and open society. Palley was formerly Chief Economist with the US and China Economic and Security Review Commission. Prior to joining the Commission he was Director of the Open Society Institute´s Globalization Reform Project, and before that he was Assistant Director of Public Policy at the AFL-CIO.

contact:
mail[at]thomaspalley.com

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Daniela Prates

Daniela Prates is Associate Professor at the Institute of Economics of the University of Campinas. She is also researcher at the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) in Brazil and associate researcher at the Latin American Institute of the Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany.

contact:
daniprates[at]eco.unicamp.br

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Malcolm Sawyer

Emeritus Professor of Economics, Leeds University Business School, UK.

contact:
M.C.Sawyer[at]lubs.leeds.ac.uk

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Christian Schoder

Christian Schoder is Assitant Professor at the Institute for International Economics and Development at Vienna University of Economics and Business. He is also Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at The New School, New York, USA.

contact:
schoderc[at]newschool.edu

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Elisabeth Springler

Lecturer, Institute for Macroeconomics, WU Wien, Vienna, Austria.

contact:
elisabeth.springler[at]fh-vie.ac.at

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Gennaro Zezza

Gennaro Zezza is Associate Professor in Economics at Dipartimento di Economia e Giurisprudenza, Università di Cassino e del Lazio meridionale, Italy, and Research Scholar at the Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, US. His main area of research is in post-Keynesian stock-flow-consistent modeling: he helped develop this approach working with the late Wynne Godley in the United Kingdom, Denmark, as well as at the Levy Institute. He contributed to most Levy Institute Strategic Analysis of the U.S. economy and Greece. In 2016 he worked with FAO on models for long-term projections, and with the government of Ecuador for developing a model for policy analysis. His most recent publication is Stock-flow-consistent macroeconomic models: A survey (with M.Nikiforos), forthcoming in Journal of Economic Surveys.

contact:
zezza[at]unicas.it

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