Michel De Vroey at Budapest Business School: detailed program

On 5-6th October 2017 Prof. De Vroey gives two lectures on the general evolution of modern macroeconomics.

In cooperation with the Institute of Economics and Methodology of Budapest Business School we invite you and your colleagues to Michel De Vroey’s lectures as the opening event of the new BGE Workshop series ‘Contemporary Thinkers in Economics’.
MICHEL DE VROEY, a celebrated and emblematic figure of the historiography of modern macroeconomics, is a professor emeritus at the Université catholique de Louvain and a visiting scholar at Sorbonne University (Paris) and Duke University (Durham, NC). Prof. De Vroey’s research area covers the history of economic analysis and the 20th century theories of the business cycle, in particular the history of macroeconomics. His recent book ‘A History of Macroeconomics from Keynes to Lucas and Beyond’ (Cambridge University Press, 2016) has become a widely acknowledged account of the history of modern business-cycle theory.

Discussant: PETER MIHÁLYI

Prof. Peter Mihályi is a leading figure of the Hungarian academic life in economics and a researcher of the heterodox critique against modern macroeconomics. Currently Prof. Mihályi is the head of the Department of Macroeconomics at Corvinus University of Budapest and a visiting scholar at Central European University.

 

Program:

5 October, 17:00pm

Mainstream economics. Its rise and transformation
6 October 10:00am

The Lucas/Kydland and Prescott transformation of macroeconomics: An assessment
Location: Lotz-room, Budapest Business School, H-1055 Budapest, 29-31 Markó Str.

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