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Final Program

Monday (03 Aug.)

Tuesday (04 Aug.)

Wednesday (05 Aug.)

9:00-9:45
Registration
9:00-10:40
Session III
9:30-11:00
Round Table
9:45-10:15
Symposium Opening
10:40-11:00
Coffee Break
11:00-11:20
Break
10:15-12:00
Opening Address
11:00-12:40
Session IV
11:20-12:15
Round Table (cont.)
12:00-14:00
Lunch
12:40-14:10
Lunch
12:15-12:30
Symposium Closing
14:00-15:40
Session I
14:10-15:50
Session V
 
 
15:40-16:00
Coffee Break
15:50-16:10
Coffee Break
 
 
16:00-17h40
Session II
16:10-17:50
Session VI
 
 
 

 


Symposium Opening: Carlos Roberto Azzoni, Dean of the School of Economics, Business Administration and Accounting (FEA-USP) (video)
Joaquim José Guilhoto, Chair of the Department of Economics
Introduction by João Sayad (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP)

Opening Address: Robert Gordon (Northwestern University, USA): “American Debates on the Sources of Business Cycle Fluctuations” (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session I: Kevin Hoover (Duke University, USA): “Microfoundational Programs”(video)
Chair: Mauro Boianovsky (University of Brasília, UnB)
Comments by Gilberto Tadeu Lima (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) and Raul Cristóvão dos Santos (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session II: Robert Leonard (Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada): “From Foundational Critique to Fictitious Players: The Curious Odyssey of Oskar Morgenstern”(video)
Chair: Gilberto Tadeu Lima (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP)
Comments by Eleutério da Silva Prado (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) and Fabio Barbieri (University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto, FEARP-USP) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session III: Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound, USA): “The Rise and Fall of Walrasian Economics: The Keynes Effect”(video)
Chair: Fabio Barbieri (University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto, FEARP-USP)
Comments by Franklin Serrano (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ) and Roberta Muramatsu (Mackenzie Presbyterian University) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session IV: Philip Mirowski (University of Notre Dame, USA): “The Cowles Anti-Keynesians 1943-1954”(video)
Chair: Franklin Serrano (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ)
Comments by David Dequech (Campinas State University, UNICAMP) and José Raymundo Chiappin (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session V: Michel De Vroey (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium): “The New Classical/Real Business Cycle Revolution: A Matter of Microfoundations?” (video)
Chair: Roberta Muramatsu (Mackenzie Presbyterian University)
Comments by Mauro Boianovsky (University of Brasília, UnB) and Pedro Garcia Duarte (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Session VI: Pedro Garcia Duarte (FEA-USP): “Not Going Away: Representative-Agent Models and Microfoundations in the Making of a New Consensus in Macroeconomics”(video)
Chair: Ana Maria Bianchi (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP)
Comments by Kevin Hoover (Duke University, USA) and Michel De Vroey (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)

Round Table: all invited speakers
Chair: Gilberto Tadeu Lima (University of São Paulo, FEA-USP) (video)
(video with questions from the audience)