Greenwich Workshops in critical political economy

All workshops take place at 5.30pm in room 138, Queen Anne Court, Greenwich University Maritime Campus

How to get there

Date Speaker Title
May 11, 2000 Jan Toporowski, South Bank University Why Economics was too important to leave to the Economists: Kalecki on planning and technocracy
May 18th, 2000 Professor Grazia Ietto-Gillies, South Bank University What Role for Multinationals in the New Theories of International Trade and Location?
May 25th, 2000 Professor Takeshi Nakatani, University of Kobe and visiting Professor at the University of Greenwich What's wrong with the Japanese Economy? Structural problems and the Current Crisis.
June 8th, 2000 Claude Sumata, School of Oriental and Africa Studies* Should the Informal Sector be Considered in Less-Developed-Country Economic Policy?
June 15th, 2000 David Palmer* Information and Communication Technology and the US Economy: 'New Paradigm' or speculative bubble?

* Date to be confirmed