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MACME - programme - Université Paris 13

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CEPN – UMR7234
Centre d’ÉÉ conomie de l’Université Paris Nord
UFR de Sciences É conomiques et de Gestion
99, Avenue Jean-Baptiste Clément
F - 93430 VILLETANEUSE
( : +33 (0)1 49 40 32 55
3 : +33 (0)1 49 40 20 83
The task group
“International macroeconomics and Post-Keynesian analyses”
is happy to announce the workshop
MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX
MONETARY ECONOMIES (MACME)
Friday, December 12th, 2014.
Université Paris 13, Villetaneuse Campus, Amphi A (Institut Galilée)
08.45-09.15
Arrival, registration and coffee
09.15-09.30
Welcome and introduction by David Flacher and Dany Lang (CEPN)
09.30-12.00
Session I: imbalances, crises and cycles
Chair: Michaël Clévenot (CEPN, UP. 13)
P. Boudes, J. David, C. Fouqueré, A. Gangemi (LIPN, UP. 13): Programing in a stock-flow
consistent framework.
S. Kinsella (Limerick U.): Dynamic models of macroeconomic imbalances: theory and
empirical analysis.
A. Roventini (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa): Keynes beyond Schumpeter: the shortand long-run damages of fiscal austerity.
A. Godin (Limerick U.): an event based approach to balance sheets dynamics.
T. Treibich (Maastricht U.): Micro and Macro policies in the K+S evolutionary models.
12.00-13.30
Lunch
1 13.30-16.00
Session II: debt, money and monetary policies
Chair: Jamel Saadaoui (U. de Strasbourg)
S. Keen (Kingston U.): The necessity of including banks, money and debt in economic multi
agent models.
J. Marie (CEPN, UP. 13): Post-Keynesian monetary policy: some key elements to be included
in agent-based models.
A. Cardaci (Lombardy Advanced School of Economic Research): Inequality, Households
Debt and Financial Instability -An Agent-Based Perspective.
I. Salle - P. Seppecher (CEPN, UP. 13): Deleveraging crises and deep recessions: a behavioral
approach.
F. Botte (U. Lille I): Harrodian Instability in an Agent-Based Model.
16.00-16.30
Coffee break
16.30-18.00
Session III: rationality and historical time
Chair: Emmanuel Labarbe (CEPN, UP. 13)
P. Seppecher (CEPN, UP. 13): SFC-ABM: why time matters.
D. Lang- F. Bassi (CEPN, UP. 13): Potential Output and Unemployment Hysteresis in a PKK
agent-based model.
Y. Chevaleyre (LIPN, UP. 13): Multi-agents modeling - from the reactive agent to the rational
and learning agent.
19.00- Beer in Paris
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