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Revisiting Two Schools of Economics: Free Market Economics vs Structuralist Economics with José López-González, PhD

Revisiting Two Schools of Economics: Free Market Economics vs Structuralist Economics with José López-González, PhD

Lifelong Learning LogoCourse Title: Revisiting Two Schools of Economics: Free Market Economics vs Structuralist Economics

Instructor: Dr. José López-González (KSAS '92)

Brought to you by Odyssey  

June 07, 2023 - July 12, 2023 (6 Sessions)  

Wednesday, 6:30 PM ET  

Virtual via Zoom

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

We will analyze the economic policies of the previous and current US administrations under the frameworks and standards of two contemporary Schools of Economics describing & explaining the world of economic reality: Free Market Economics claims to be the most efficient way for an economy to achieve a high rate of long-term economic growth, offering the greatest opportunities for economic agents to exercise their free human capacities. Structuralist/Keynesian Economics claims that the current capitalist economy includes the influence of structural social relations and assumes the work of a democratic State to aim for a more egalitarian, full-employment and sustainable economy. The core of the analysis is to understand the continuous adversarial relationship that exists between Capitalism and Democracy.

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 Event Date
Starts:
Wednesday, June 7, 2023
6:30pm EDT

Ends:
Wednesday, July 12, 2023
9:00pm EDT

 Location

Virtual via Zoom
Baltimore, MD 21218
USA

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