General coordination at University of Paris 13
- David Flacher and Marc Lavoie ensure the general coordination. D. Flacher is Professor in Economics and owns an Habilitation thesis in Economics. His recent research interests are in the regulation of network industries and the economics of education. He has led several bilateral research projects (with South-Korea and Tunisia) and been involved in many international projects (at the national and European levels). He has taught in several prestigious French institutions (ENS-Cachan, ENSAE, ESSEC, University Paris Dauphine) and at Seoul National University. He has published a book on the regulation of the telecommunications sector, and has numerous articles published in refereed journals, has published book chapters and technical reports. M. Lavoie holds a Senior Research Chair from the University Sorbonne Paris Cité and teaches at the University of Paris 13. He is Emeritus Professor at the University of Ottawa, where he taught for 38 years. He received a doctorate Honoris Causa from the University of Paris 13 in 2015. He is a Research Fellow at the Macroeconomic Research Institute of the Hans Böckler Foundation in Düsseldorf and a Research Associate at the Broadbent Institute in Toronto. Lavoie has published 10 books and over 200 refereed articles or book chapters, mostly in macroeconomics. He is best known for his book with Wynne Godley, Monetary Economics (2007), which is considered a must-read for users of the stock-flow consistent approach. His latest book, Post-Keynesian Economics: New Foudations, received the 2017 Myrdal Prize from the European Association of Evolutionary Political Economy. He is a co-editor of two academic journals and is on the editorial board of 10 other journals.
Options coordination at University of Paris 13
- François Moreau is responsible for “option A”. He is Professor of economics and an expert in cultural economics. His research domains include: cultural economics, and the economics of Internet.
- Dany Lang is in charge of “options B and C”. He is well known in the international Post-Keynesian networks and has published widely including books, book chapters and articles in top academic journals. His research interests include Post-Keynesian economics and related issues.
Administrative coordination at University of Paris 13
- Catherine Landy and Rhyma Bensalem are the EPOG administrative manager. They are in charge of the overall coordination of the programme.
- At University of Turin. Aldo Geuna is the local academic coordinator. he is Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at the University of Turin, currently Deputy Director of the Doctoral School in Economics. He was a former Senior lecturer and Researcher in many universities and international institutions. His research interests include economics of science, economics of knowledge, political economy of science and technology. He has published numerous books and articles in top refereed journals. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Research Policy and the Journal of Technology Transfer. Alessandra Calosso is the administrative manager.
- At Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL). Eckhard Hein is the local academic coordinator. He is Professor of Economics, in particular European Economic Policies, at the BSEL, -Director of the Master’s in International Economics and Co-Director of the university’s Institute for International Political Economy (IPE Berlin). He is member of the coordination committee of the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policy and a co-editor of the European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention. His research focuses on post-Keynesian macroeconomics, distribution and growth, finance and economic development and on European economic policies. Dagmar Hofmann is responsible for the administration of the Master’s in International Economics at BSEL, while Antje Trettau is in charge of the EPOG administrative coordination for BSEL.
- At Kingston University. Engelbert Stockhammer is the local academic coordinator. He is a Professor at Kingston University and Associated Professor at University of Massachusetts – Amherst. He is member of the coordination committee of the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policy. His research areas include macroeconomics, applied econometrics, financial systems and pluralistic approaches of economics. He works on European unemployment and income distribution and the macroeconomics effects of financialisation. He has published numerous articles in international journals. Howie Andrew is in charge of the administrative coordination for Kingston.
- At Wits University. Nicolas Pons-Vignon is a Senior researcher in the School of Economic and Business Sciences (SEBS) at Wits University, South Africa. He is also the Programme director for the Masters in Development Theory and Policy. Nicolas’ research focuses on labour markets, economic policy, and the role of the state in economic development. He co-edited (with Aurelia Segatti) in 2013 a special issue of the Review of African Political Economy (Vol. 40, No. 138) on the political economy of South Africa. He has been the editor of the Global Labour Column since its inception in 2009. Nicolas initiated the African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics (APORDE) in 2007, which he directed for 7 years before joining the Scientific Committee. Before coming to South Africa in 2004, he worked in Paris at the OECD Development Centre, where he researched violent conflicts in developing countries. Nicolas holds a PhD from EHESS (Paris). He coordinates the programme at Wits jointly with Sibulele Nkunzi who is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He teaches and convenes the Microeconomics of Industrial and Trade Policy course at Masters level on the Development Theory and Policy Masters programme. He is also working on a PhD on Ethiopian Industrial Policy. His research areas are trade and industrial policy, political economy questions in industrialization, and methodological debates in economic policy.
Lucia Fennessy is the Course Administrator for the Master’s in Commerce and Development Policy. She is in charge of the administrative coordination at Wits.
- At Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Alexis Saludjian is the local academic coordinator.He is Associate Professor at the “Instituto de Economia” (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). He is a former PhD graduate from the University of Paris 13 and knows very well the European system. The administrative procedures related to graduate activities are executed by the Graduate Secretary, Anna Elizabeth Yparraguirre, and her staff (F.H. Lyra da Silva and R.J. Gomes).
- At Seoul National University. WooSik MOON is the local academic coordinator. He is Professor and Director of the EU Centre of Excellence at SNU and the European Studies Programme at the GSIS (Graduate School of International Studies). He has been Jean Monnet Chair Professor of European Economic Integration. He is a member of the board of EUSA-Korea and editor of the Korean Journal of EU Studies. He has been invited and involved in many international programmes around the world and was a research fellow at the Korea Development Institute. His current research interests are European and Asian monetary and financial integration. SunHee Park assists Prof. Moon. She is a research professor of the EU Institute and Deputy Director General of the Korean Society of Contemporary European Studies and published several articles in the field. Nakyung Lee has worked as coordinator of the International Cooperation Centre at the Graduate School of International Studies since 1997. She is in charge of the administrative coordination for SNU.
- At University of Massachusetts – Amherst. Gerald Epstein is the local academic coordinator. He is Professor of Economics and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI). Its research is on monetary and financial economics, including issues of international finance. He has been a visiting Professor in Italy, China and France and has worked on research projects with various UN organisations in South Africa, Madagascar, Mongolia, Ghana and Cambodia. He wrote numerous books and over forty academic articles and chapters in edited books. He received a PhD in Economics from Princeton. Nicole Dunham is in charge of the administrative coordination for Massachusetts, assisted by the Graduate Program Assistant for questions regarding course offerings, schedule.