Dr. John Marangos

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

17-21 June 2012 First International Social Inquiry Conference, Bursa Turkey, Paper: “The Economic System from Social Science Perspective: Consistency and Viability”.

CONFERENCES AND RESEARCH SEMINARS

12-13, April 2019 Marangos, J., Triarchi, Ei., Anthrahidis, Th., Nestoroudi, A., “Political Economy, inward FDI and Western Balkans – EU Accession”. Conference of Hellenic Society of International Law & International Relations Under the Auspices of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Mr. Prokopios Pavlopoulos, Thessaloniki Greece.

10-12 June 2016 1st International Conference in Contemporary Social Sciences, Rethymno, Crete. Paper: “Teaching Introductory Macroeconomics during the Greek Financial Crisis”.

20-22 May 2016 International Conference for International Business, Thessaloniki, Greece. Paper: “An Institutional Riposte to the ‘After the Washington Consensus’”.

22-24 May 2015 International Conference for International Business, Thessaloniki, Greece. Paper: “Theories of International Development: The Heterodox Alternatives”.

6-9 July 2013 Business and Economics Society International Conference, Monte Carlo. Paper: “Preliminary Results from a Questionnaire Survey for the Role of the Shadow Economy and Corruption in Greece: First Results from a Pilot Project”, Aristidis Bitzenis, John Marangos, and Spiridon Passadis.

4-6 January 2013 ASSA Meeting, Association for Evolutionary Economics, San Diego, Paper: “Realistic Economic Development Policy Today: What Does Really Matter?” John Marangos and Nikolaos Karagiannis (Winston-Salem State University).

11-14 April 2012 Western Social Science Association, Association for Institutional Thought, Houston, Paper: “Factors that Determine the Decline in University Student Enrolments in Economics in Australia: An Empirical Investigation” John Marangos, Vasiliki Fourmouzi, and Minoas Koukouritakis, University of Crete.

5-8 January 2012 ASSA Meeting, Association for Evolutionary Economics, Chicago, Paper: “The Economic System from Social Science Perspective: Consistency and Viability”.

6-9 January 2011 ASSA Meeting, Association for Evolutionary Economics, Denver, Paper: “After the Washington Consensus: The Post Keynesian Alternative”.

24-26 September 2010 16th Workshop on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe at the University of Crete, Paper: “The Post Keynesian Retort to the ‘After Washington Consensus’”.

10-12 September 2010 International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy (IIPPE) & Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy, at the University of Crete, Paper: “The Post Keynesian Response to the ‘After Washington Consensus’”.

10-12 September 2010 International Initiative for the Promotion of Political Economy (IIPPE) & Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy, at the University of Crete, Paper: “The Post Keynesian Response to the ‘After Washington Consensus’”.

7-9 July 2010 History of Economic Thought Society Australia, Sydney, Paper: “Williamson’s Retort to the Critics: From the ‘After’ to the “Amended’ Washington Consensus”.

2-5 January 2010 ASSA Meeting, Organizer and Chair of the Joint Session Association for Social Economics and Association of Evolutionary Economics, Denver, Paper: “The Development Ethics Perspective of a Good Society”.

23-26 April 2009 13th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought Thessaloniki, University of Macedonia, Greece. Paper: “Ron Stanfield’s Contribution to Institutions and Transitional Economies”.

3-5 January 2009 ASSA Meeting, Association of Evolutionary Economics, San Francisco. Paper: The Institutional Foundation of Development Ethics”.

June 29– July 1, 2008 10th International Post Keynesian Conference Kansas City, Missouri. Paper: “After the Washington Consensus: The Post Keynesian Alternative”.

4-6 January 2008 ASSA Meeting, Association of Evolutionary Economics, New Orleans. Paper: “The Role of Risk as an FDI Barrier to Entry during Transition: The Case of Bulgaria”.

14-16 September, 2007 First International Research Workshop in Political Economy, University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece. Paper: “Was Shock Therapy consistent with the Washington Consensus?”.

7-9 June, 2007 Twelfth World Congress of Social Economics, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Paper: “Effectiveness Of Concept Maps In Economics: Evidence From Australia And USA”.

11-14 April, 2007 Association for Institutional Thought Annual Meeting, Calgary Alberta Canada, Paper: “The ‘Discouraged-Business-Major Hypothesis’: Empirical Evidence”.

3-5 January 2007 ASSA Meeting, Association of Evolutionary Economics, Chicago. Paper: “Globalization and the Integration-Assisted Transition in Central and Eastern European Economies”.

15-18 September 2006 9th International Post Keynesian Conference. Paper: “The Impact of Economics for a Civilized Society on Economic Thought”.

18-23 June, 2006 Interdisciplinary Graduate Summer Workshop, Kansas City, Missouri. Paper: “A Post Keynesian Approach to the Transition Process”.

19-22 April, 2006 Association for Institutional Thought Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Paper: “FDI, International Trade and Institutional reform in Bulgaria” by Bitzenis A., J. Marangos and A. Andronikidis.

19-22 April, 2006 Association for Institutional Thought Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Paper: “What Factors Determine the Decline in Student Enrollments in Economics in Australia?”

February 24-26, 2006 Eastern Economic Association, Philadelphia. Paper: “A Historical Account of the Distinction Between Basic Income and Basic Livable Income Guarantee”.

6-9 January 2006 ASSA Meeting, Association of Social Economics, Boston MA. Paper: “Basic Capital, Basic Income Guarantee and Basic-Liveable Income Guarantee: A Historical Perspective”.

5 January 2006 The Great Capitalist Restoration, Disembedded Economy & Nurturance Gap, A Festschrift Celebration for James Ronald Stanfield, Boston MA. Paper: “Social Change versus Transition: The Political Economy of Institutions and Transitional Economies”.

15-17 September, 2005 Radical Economics in the 20th Century: Radical Economics and the Labor Movement, Kansas City, IMKC. Paper: “Labor During Transition: An Institutional Approach”.

13-16 April, 2005 Association for Institutional Thought Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, Paper: “An Institutional Approach to the Development of Agricultural Interest Groups in Australia”.

4-6 March, 2005 Eastern Economic Association, New York. Paper: “Paine and Spence on Basic Income Guarantee”.

7-9 January, 2005 ASSA Meeting, Association of Social Economics, Philadelphia, Paper: “The Evolution of the Term Washington Consensus”.

19-22 July, 2004 Business & Economics Society International, Rhodes, Greece. Paper: “Alternative Perspectives to Social Policy during Transition”.

27-30 September, 2004 International College Teaching Methods and Styles Conference, Reno, NV. Paper: “A Comparative Approach to the Effectiveness of Concept Maps in Principles of Microeconomics Between Australian and USA Students” with S.Alley.

21-24 April 2004 Association for Institutional Thought Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah. Paper: “Alternative Models of Transition and Institutional Development”.

5 April 2004 Seminal Series, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, CSU. Paper: “The Impact of Drought on Uncertainty and Agricultural Investment in Australia”.

24-28 July 2003 Business & Economics Society International Conference, San Francisco, USA. Papers: “The Role Of Markets In Institutional Development Of Transition Economies” & “The Value of Studying Economics”.

9-10 December 2002 Australian Society of Heterodox Economist Conference, Sydney. Paper: “A Market Socialist Model of Transition”.

3 May 2002 Russia: Ten Years of Post-Communist Reforms, University of Melbourne. Paper: “Was Shock Therapy Really a Shock?”.

14-16 November 2001 Eighth International Karl Polanyi Conference: “Economy and Democracy”. National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City. Paper: “Was Shock Therapy Consistent with Democracy”.

23-26 September 2001 30th Conference of Economists, University of Western Australia, Perth. Paper: “How University Students were Planning To Study Introductory Microeconomics? Where their Study Plans Realised?”

9-10 July 2001 8th Annual Teaching Economics Conference, RMIT, Melbourne. Paper: “The Value Australian Students Place on Studying Economics”.

11 May 2001 Department of Economics, University of Newcastle, Seminar Series. Paper: “The Value of Studying Economics: A Student Survey”.

10 May 2001 Department of Economics, University of Newcastle, Seminar Series. Paper: “A Post-Keynesian Model of Transition”.

22-26 July 2000 Business & Economics Society International Conference, Los Angeles, USA. Paper: “Advancing Student Learning Introducing Collaborative Problem-Solving Tutorials in Introductory Microeconomics”.

20-21 June 2000 Sixth Annual Conference, Corporate and Organisational Restructuring, Centre for Research into East European Business and other Transforming Economies, Missenden Abbey Management Centre, Great Missenden, Buscks, London. Paper: “The Political Economy of Transition: Why the Shock Therapy Model Was Short-lived?”

11-16 January 2000 4th Biennial Conference Pacific Rim Economies at the New Millennium, Coordinated by Western Economic Association International, Sydney. Paper: “Alternative Methods of Institutional Development for Transition Economies”.

16-18 December 1999 Conference on European Integration and Economies of Transition, Chios, Greece. Paper: “The Failure of the Shock Therapy Model: A Political Economy Approach”.

26-30 September 1999 28th Conference of Economists, Melbourne Paper: “A Post Keynesian Model of Transition from Central Administration to Market”.

22-26 July 1999 1999 Business & Economics Society International Canary Islands, Spain Paper: “Europe in Transition”.

27 Sept-3 October 1998 27th Conference of Economists, Sydney. Paper: “The Political Economy of Shock Therapy”

17-21 July 1998 1998 Business & Economics Society International Rome, Italy. Paper: “Why the Gorbachev Reforms Fail?”

18-22 July 1997 1997 Business and Economics Society International Athens, Greece. Paper: “Market and Political Freedom”.

12-14 March 1997 33rd Annual Meeting, Midwest Business Administration Association, Chicago, USA. Paper: “Models of Transition for Russia and Eastern Europe”

27-28 June 1996 Five Years since the Fall of the Soviet Union. Centre for Russian and Euro-Asian Studies, University of Melbourne. Paper: “The Rise and The Fall of the Stalinist Economic System”

1996 Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Transitional Economics Seminar. Paper: “Conceptualising the Transition Problem”.

1992 Staff seminar series Faculty of Business, R.M.I.T. Coburg Campus. Paper: “The Gorbachev Reforms in a Historical Context”.