Inequality and Power

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Dr. Amit Bhaduri is Professor Emeritus at Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, and is currently the Visiting Chair Professor in Political Economy at Goa University. He has served as Professor of Political Economy at the University of Pavia, Italy, Reader at the Delhi School of Economics, and Professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. He was educated at Presidency College, Calcutta, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Cambridge University, where he received a Ph.D. in 1967.

Dr. Bhaduri’s research spans several important fields including capital and growth theory, Keynesian and Post-Keynesian macroeconomics, and development economics. His contribution as an economic theorist lies in challenging the mainstream theory and analyzing the role of power in the market economy in a precise and yet compelling way. Bhaduri has published more than 60 papers in leading international journals and is currently on the editorial boards of five of them. He has written ten books, including: The Economic Structure of Backward Agriculture (1982), Macroeconomics: The Dynamics of Commodity Production (1986), Unconventional Economic Essays (1992), An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Liberalisation (coauthored with D. Nayyar) (1996), On the Border of Economic Theory and History (1999), Development with Dignity (2006), and Growth, Distribution and Innovations: Understanding their Interrelations (2007).

Vortrag von Amit Bhaduri

Dr. Amit Bhaduri bekommt im März 2016 gemeinsam mit Dr. Diane Elson den Leontief Preis überreicht. Dr. Amit Bhaduri ist Professor Emeritus an der Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, und Visiting Chair Professor in Political Economy an der Goa University. Seine Forschungsfelder umfassen capital and growth theory, Keynesian und Post-Keynesian macroeconomics, sowie development economics. Rund ein Monat später dürfen wir ihn in Wien begrüßen.

Dr. Amit Bhaduri wird am Montag den 11.04.2016 im an der WU einen Vortrag mit dem Titel "An analysis of economic power and inequality through institutions and ideology" halten.

11.04.2016 | 18h | Festsaal 2 | LC.0.200 Festsaal 2 WU