Ensino e pratica da macro de economia aberta depois de abril
Jorge Braga de Macedo
FEUNL Working Paper Series from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Economia
Teaching and practice of macroeconomics were strongly impacted by the 25th of April 1974 revolution, not only because it fostered the entry of new actor but also because it shocked incumbents. This is apparent in the nine institutions, seven in universities and two embedded in the administration, described here, in line with the global perspective on and an interdisciplinary approach to the effects of the financial crisis that the partnership between CG&G, IICT and the Lisbon Academy of Science initiated in 2008, as described in Working Paper # 611. The occasion was a workshop held on 7/11/17, on the 40th anniversary of the Symposium on Keynesian Studies, with help from the Bank of Portugal. As agreed at the event, on 31/12/17, a preliminary version of the proceedings was distributed to the funder and to participants, and most authors amended their texts. The lineup is the same as that of the workshop with presentations and comments about new actors (BdP, UCP, FEUC, UNL, UCAN)1 in Part 1 and incumbents (GEBEI, FDUL, ISEG, FDUC)2 in Part 2. The debate starts with a discussion at large. JEL codes:
Pages: 137 pages
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