I am organizing one/two sessions on SFC modeling at the next EcoMod conference in Venice, July 4-6, 2018. If interested please send me your proposal. The deadline is January 28, 2018.
I am particularly interested in empirical SFC models for developing economies, but other topics will be welcome as well
The annual conference of the Research Network Macroeconomic and Macroeconomic Policies in Berlin had two sessions dedicated to stock-flow models, plus other papers using this approach in other sessions.
The program is available here
At the Conference on Political Economy and the outlook for capitalism there will be several sessions on stock-flow models.
Papers listed in the program include:
Michael Clévenot, Jacques Mazier and Yann Guy, Estimation et simulation d’un régime de croissance financiarisée avec un modèle SFC
Edwin Le Heron and Toussaint Bakala, Generalized liquidity preference theory in a SFC model and financial crisis
Amine Marouane, La révolution tunisienne: enjeux et perspectives à partir d’un modèle SFC
James Juniper, Modern Money Theory (MM) and Minsky: Towards a Stock-flow-Consistent (SFC) Synthesis
Stefano Lucarelli, A Stock-Flow Analysis of a Schumpeterian Innovation Economy: The Role of Knowledge(s) in the Economic Development
Vincent Duwicquet and Jacques Mazier, Ajustement et redistribution en union monétaire
Marc Lavoie, Le modèle SFC à trois pays et deux banques centrales à la lumière de la crise de la zone euro
Jamel Saadaoui, Modèle SFC à deux pays avec financiarisation et changes flexibles
Pascal Seppecher, em>Agents hétérogènes et monnaie endogène dans un modèle SFC
Alessandro Caiani, Stefano Lucarelli and Antoine Godin, Schumpeter in a matrix: a Stock Flow Consistent analysis of technological change
Tarik Mouakil, A Minsky Crisis in a Stock-Flow Consistent Model
Ahmed Hammadache and Vincent Duwicquet, Prix pétroliers et déséquilibres internationaux avec l’apport d’un modèle SFC
Stephen Kinsella and G. Tiou-Tagba Aliti, Simulating the impact of austerity on the irish economy using a stock-flow consistent model
Gennaro Zezza, Using SFC models for the analysis of European economies
Antoine Godin, Green Jobs for full employment, a Stock Flow Consistent analysis
It looks like the largest gathering of SFC modeler so far!
A Godley memorial conference will be held at the Levy Institute on May 25-26, 2011.
All presentations will appear in a forthcoming volume.
13-14th of May 2011 | Université de Bourgogne, Roskilde and Aalborg University
On the 75th year anniversary of The General Theory, this year’s conference themes are:
1. The (Macro) economic Consequences of:
• European Monetary System
• European banks and financial institutions
• European labor markets: unemployment, employment and income distribution
• European fiscal policies: Employment, income distribution and budget deficits
• European Environment and economic growth
2. The General Theory after 75 years:
• Keynes’ methodology
• Keynes’s macroeconomic theory as different from mainstream economics in all areas of relevance
3. Teaching Keynes’s macroeconomics:
• How to teach Keynes’s macroeconomics?
• What to do when textbooks are lacking?
Proposals for a full session and/or for individual papers within these topics are especially welcome.
They could either have a mainly political perspective related to the actual crises in Europe or they might focus on theoretical dimension, how to make a macroeconomic analysis in the spirit of the General Theory. Within the latter category we think that a special session commemorating the original contributions by the late Wynne Godley would be timely.
Submission should be send to professor Jesper Jespersen firstname.lastname@example.org not later than 1st February 2011.
The organizing committee consists of:
Jesper Jespersen, Roskilde Universitet
Mogens Ove Madsen, Aalborg Universitet
Louis-Philippe Rochon, Laurentian University
Claude Gnos, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon
For more information on the conference visit the official web site or download the call for papers.
There will be several heterodox sessions at the next annual meeting of the American Economic Association in Denver, January 6-9.
The preliminary program is here.