Election Bios

ASE Election of 2013




Address & Telephone:
Department of Political Science, Economics and Philosophy
College of Staten Island/CUNY
2800 Victory Blvd, 2N-224
Staten Island, NY 10314
Phone: (718) 982-2900
EMAIL: profmdwhite@hotmail.com

Present Position:
      Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science, Economics and Philosophy
Former Positions:
      Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Miami University (Hamilton Branch)
      Lecturer in Economics, University of Cincinnati

      Ph.D., Economics, 1997, University of Cincinnati
      BSBA (Economics), 1993, Ohio Northern University

Dissertation: “Mixed Oligopoly and Incentives”

The Manipulation of Choice: Ethics and Libertarian Paternalism (Palgrave, 2013)
Kantian Ethics and Economics: Autonomy, Dignity, and Character (Stanford, 2011)
Retributivism: Essays on Theory and Policy (edited; Oxford, 2011)
Accepting the Invisible Hand: Market-based Approaches to Social-Economic Problems (edited: Palgrave, 2010)
The Thief of Time: Philosophical Essays on Procrastination (co-edited with Chrisoula Andreou; Oxford, 2010)
Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics (edited; Cambridge, 2009)
Ethics and Economics: New Perspectives (co-edited with Irene van Staveren, Routledge, 2009)
Economics and the Mind (co-edited with Barbara Montero; Routledge, 2007)

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Forum for Social Economics
Journal of Socio-Economics
Review of Political Economy
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Journal of Economic Methodology
International Journal of Law in Context
Journal of Criminal Psychology
Eastern Economic Journal
Southern Economic Journal
European Journal of Political Economy
International Economic Journal
Economics Bulletin
Economics Letters

ASE Activities:
Administrator os ASE blog and Twitter account (2011-present)       
President Elect, ASE (2013)
Vice-President, ASE (2012)
Associate Editor of Forum for Social Economy (2006-2011), editorial board (2012 – present)
Guest editor of Review of Social Economy (September 2009 issue)
Eastern Regional Director (2008-present)
Organized ASE conference sessions for the EEA and the World Congress
Presented papers in ASE sessions at ASSA, EEA, and SEA




Address & Telephone & Email:
Economics Program
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Richard Stockton College
101 Vera King Farris Drive
Galloway, NJ 08205-9441
Tel: 609 748-6085
Email: Ellen.Mutarie@stockton.edu

Present Position:
Professor of Economics, Richard Stockton College, 2009 - present
Former Positions:
Associate Professor, Richard Stockton College, 2004 - 2009
Assistant Professor, Richard Stockton College, 1999 – 2004
Visiting Assistant Professor, Monmouth College, 1997-99
Visiting Assistant Professor, Rutgers University, 1996-97
Visiting Assistant Professor, Graduate Faculty, New School, 1995-96

Ph.D. in Economics (1995), The American University

Gender and Crisis: Women’s Employment Patterns During the Great Depression

Women and the Economy: A Reader (Edited with Deborah M. Figart) M.E. Sharpe, 2003
Living Wages, Equal Wages: Gender and Labor Market Policies in the United States (with Deborah M. Figart and Marilyn Power) Routledge, 2002
Gender and Political Economy (ed. with Heather Boushey and William Fraher III). M. E. Sharpe, 1997
Encyclopedia of Political Economy (Associate Editor). Routledge, 1998

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Journal of Economic Issues
Feminist Economics
Social Politics
Review of Radical Political Economics
Dollars and Sense
Real World Micro
Elgar Companion to Social Economics (John B. Davis and Wilfred Dolfsma, editors)

ASE Activities:
Vice President - 2013
Member, Strategic Planning Committee, 2011 – present
Eastern Regional Director (elected, 2004 – 2007) 
Helen Potter Award, 2005
Trustee (elected), 2002 – 2004. 
ProgramCommittee, World Congress of Social Economics (Amsterdam, June 2007).
Member, Editorial Board, Forum for Social Economics, 2006 – 2007
Presenter, ASE sessions at ASSA and at World Congress
Referee for the Review of Social Economy and Forum for Social Economics
Book Reviews for the Review of Social Economy
Recipient of William Waters Grant, 2001




Address & Telephone & Email:
Professor of Monetary Economics
Leeds University Business School (LUBS)
University of Leeds, UK
Email:  gf@lubs.leeds.ac.uk

Present Position:
Head, Economics Division, January 2011 to present
Chair of Monetary Economics, University of Leeds – 2007 to present

Former and Other Positions:
Member of Lead Co-ordinating Team/Executive Board/Work-Package Leader of FESSUD, European Commission Framework Programme 7 grant -2011-1016
Life Member Fellow, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge, 2009 
Associate Professor of Economics, University of Sannio, 2007 to present
Associate Member, Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy (CCEPP), University of Cambridge, 2005 - present
Elected Visiting Fellow, St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge, 2007-2008
Visiting Research Professor, Centre for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri – Kansas City, 2002 – 2003

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Leeds, 1999
Dottorato di Ricerca (Ph.D.) in Economics, University Federico II of Naples, 1997
M.A. in Economics, University of Leeds, 1994
Laurea in Economics, First Class Honours cum Lauda, University of Naples, 1993

"Essays on Money, Uncertainty and Time in the Post Keynesian Tradition" - (Supervisor:  Prof. M.C. Sawyer, University of Leeds (UK); External Examiners:  Prof. S.C. Dow, Univ. of Stirling (UK) and Prof. G.C. Harcourt, Jesus College, University of Cambridge (UK))


The Global Economic Crisis: New Perspectives on the Critique of Economic Theory and Policy, Co-edited with Emiliano Brancaccio,Routledge, 2011(hardback), 2013 (paperback).
Macroeconomic Theory and Macroeconomic Pedagogy, Co-edited with Mark Setterfield, Basingstoke (UK), Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009 (hardback), 2010 (paperback).
Macroeconomics, Finance and Money:  Essays in Honour of Philip Arestis, Co-Edited with John McCombie and Malcolm Sawyer, Basingstoke (UK), Palgrave/Macmillan, 2010.
Money, Uncertainty and Time, Abingdon (UK), Routledge, 2009 (hardback), 2010 (paperback)
Fiscal Policy in the EU, Co-edited with Jesus Ferreiro and Felipe Serrano, Basingstoke (UK), Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008.
Theory of Production:  Tradition and PerspectivesEssays in Honour of Augusto Graziani,  Co-edited with Riccardo Realfonzo, Basingstoke (UK), Palgrave/MacMillan, 2005.

Articles in:

History of Economic Ideas
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society
Review of Political Economy
Intervention European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies
International Journal of Pluralism and Economic Education
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
Atlantic Economic Journal
Journal of Economic Psychology
International Journal of Applied Economics
Cambridge Journal of Economics
Feminist Economics
Scottish Journal of Political Economy
Journal of Computational Methods in Science and Engineering
American Journal of Economics and Sociology
And others

ASE Activities:

           Presenter at various meetings





Address & Telephone:
Department of Economics
160 Coleman Hall
Lewisburg, PA 17837
Email: nbanks@bucknell.edu

Present Position: Associate Professor of Economics, Bucknell University

PhD in economics, University of Massachusetts,

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Feminist Economics
Review of Black Political Economy

ASE Activities:  None




Address & Telephone:
Josef Korbel School of International Studies
Ben M. Charrington Hall, Room 101A
2201 S. Gaylord Street
University of Denver
Denver, CO
Email: gdemarti@du.edu

Present Position: 
Professor of Economics & Co-Director MA in Global Finance, Trade and Economic Integrations, University of Denver

Former Positions:
Associate Dean of Graduate Studies (2003-2007), Associate Professor (2000-2010), Assistant Professor (1994-2000), University of Denver
Member, World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on "Values in Decision-Making," (2011-2012)
Assistant Professor, Dickinson College (1992-1993)
Faculty, International Institute of Public Policy/Sophomore Summer Policy Institute, Spelman College (2006-2007)
Faculty, Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment, Univeristy of Colorado Center for Environmental Journalism (2002-2005)
Faculty, International Career Advancement Program, Aspen Institute (1997-Present)
Visiting Faculty, Woodrow Wilson Summer Institute on Public Policy and International Affairs, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, School of Public Policy (1996-1997)
Consultant, Denver Mayor's Office of Economic Development and the Pacific Council on International Policy (2003-2004)
Staff Representative, Council #4, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), AFL-CIO (1978-1985)

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
MA, Warwick University, UK
BA, Harvard University 

            Modern Macroeconomic Theories of Cycles and Crisis: A Methodological Critique

2011 The Economist’s Oath: On the Need for and Content of Professional Economic Ethics, Oxford University Press.
2000 Global Economy, Global Justice: Theoretical Objections and Policy Alternatives to Neoliberalism, London and New York, Routledge Press.
In-progress, Considerations on Professional Economic Ethics: Views from the Economics Profession and Beyond, G. DeMartino and D. McCloskey, editors. Oxford University Press. 
 “The Ethical Culpability of the Economics Profession in the Current Economic Crisis,” in Consequences of Economic Downturn: Beyond the Usual Economics, Martha Starr, ed. Palgrave Macmillan 2011. 

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Economic Thought
Global Discourse
Real-World Economics Review
Ola Financiera—Revistas de la UNAM
Rethinking Marxism
Journal of Economic Issues
Syndicalisme et Societé
New Political Science
International Review of Applied Economics
Review of Radical Political Economics



Address & Telephone:
Department of Economics
Texas Christian University
Box 298510
Fort Worth, Texas 76129
Telephone:  817-257-7990
Email:  r.garnett@tcu.edu

Present Position: 
Professor of Economics, Texas Christian University (since 2011)

Former Positions:
Associate Professor, Texas Christian University, 2006-2011
Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University, 2003-2006
Instructor, Texas Christian University, 1996-2003
Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Arlington, 1995-1999
Assistant Professor, Denison University, 1993-1995; resigned May 1995 to join my wife and newborn son in Arlington, Texas
Instructor, Denison University, 1992-1993Lecturer, University of Southern Maine, 1990-1992 

Ph.D., Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1994
B.A., Economics with Highest Honors, College of William and Mary, 1984

Dissertation:  “Value, Man, and Markets in Modern Economic Discourse” (Stephen A. Resnick, Director)

Books Edited:
Commerce and Community, Paul Lewis and Lenore Ealy, co-editors, Routledge, 2014 (forthcoming)
Economic Pluralism, Erik Olsen and Martha Starr, co-editors, Routledge, 2009
Future Directions for Heterodox Economics, John Harvey, co-editor, University of Michigan Press, 2008
What Do Economists Know? Routledge, 1999

Articles in Books:
“Schools of Thought in the Republic of Social Science,” Experts and Epistemic Monopolies (Advances in Austrian Economics, vol. 17): 227-244, 2012
“Pluralism in Economics,” Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, John E. King, ed.: 446-452, 2012
“The College Classroom as Knowledge Commons: Rediscovering Liberal Education,” Proceedings of 4th Annual Colloquium on the Wealth and Well-Being of Nations, Department of Economics, Beloit College: 45-56, 2012
“Pluralism in Economics Education” (with Jack Reardon), International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, KimMarie McGoldrick and Gail Hoyt, eds.: 455-469, 2011
“Hayek and Philanthropy: A Classical Liberal Road not (Yet) Taken,” Hayek, Mill, and the Liberal Tradition, Andrew Farrant, ed., Routledge: 148-162, 2010
“Philanthropy and the Invisible Hand: Hayek, Boulding, and Beyond,” Accepting the Invisible Hand, Mark D. White, ed., Palgrave Macmillan: 111-138, 2010
“Economic Pluralism for the 21st Century” (with Erik Olsen and Martha Starr), in Economic Pluralism, Erik Olsen and Martha Starr, co-editors, Routledge: 1-16, 2009
“Paradigms and Pluralism in Heterodox Economics,” Pluralist Economics, Edward Fullbrook, ed., Zed Books: 51-80 [reprint of 2006 Review of Political Economy article], 2008
“Pluralism and the Future of Heterodox Economics,” in Future Directions for Heterodox Economics, John Harvey, co-editor, University of Michigan Press: 1-8, 2008
“Thinking for Yourself, Like an Economist,” Educating Economists: The Teagle Discussion on Re-Evaluating the Undergraduate Economics Major, David Colander and Kim Marie McGoldrick, eds., Edward Elgar: 59-64, 2009
“Rhetoric and Postmodernism in Economics,” Elgar Companion on Economics and Philosophy, John Davis, Alain Marciano, and Jochen Runde, eds., Edward Elgar: 231-259, 2004
“Economics of Knowledge: Old and New,” in What Do Economists Know?, Routledge: 1-15, 1999

Articles in:
Atlantic Economic Journal
Cahiers d’économie de l’innovation
Computers in Higher Education Economics Review
Conversations on Philanthropy: An Interdisciplinary Series of Reflections and Research
Eastern Economic Journal
Inquiry: Critical Thinking across the Disciplines
International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education
International Review of Economic Education
Journal of Economic Education
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Markets and Morality
Post-Autistic Economics Review
Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture, and Society
Review of Austrian Economics
Review of Political Economy
Review of Radical Political Economics
Review of Social Economy
Studies in Philosophy and Education
Teaching in Higher Education
World Economics Association Newsletter




Research Associate
Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY  12504-5000
EMAIL: tchernev@bard.edu

Present Position: 
Assistant Professor of Economics, Bard College
Research Associate at the Levy Institute (2007 to present)

Former Positions:
Associate Director for Economic Analysis, Center for Full Employment and Price Stability, University of Missouri – Kansas City (200-2006)
Visiting Scholar, University of Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy (2006)

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Missouri – Kansas City
M.A. in Economics, University of Missouri – Kansas City
B.A. in Mathematics and Economics, Gettysburg College

Full Employment and Price Stability: The Macroeconomic Vision of William S. Vickrey, Co-Editor (Elgar, 2004).

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
International Journal of Political Economy
Journal of Law and Urban Policy

ASE Activities:
Helen Potter Award Winner - 2013





Address & Telephone:
Bemidji State University
Department of Economics
1500 Birchmont Dr.  #27
Bemidji MN, 56601
Telephone:  218-755-2910
EMAIL: mmurray@bemidjistate.edu

Present Position:  Assistant Professor of Economics, Bemidji State University 

Ph. D. in Economics, University of Missouri – Kansas City
M.A., University of Missouri – Kansas City
B.S. University of Wisconsin – La Cross

Dissertation:  “An Instrumental Approach to Full Employment, with Policy Applications” 

Articles in:
Review of Radical Political Economy
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Interdisciplinary Research

Articles in Books:
Murray, Michael J. and Mathew Forstater “Introduction” in: Murray, Michael J. and Mathew Forstater Employment Guarantee Schemes, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Murray, Michael J. and Mathew Forstater “Introduction” in: Murray, Michael J. and Mathew Forstater The Job Guarantee Approach: Toward True Full Employment, Palgrave, 2013.
Murray, Michael J. “Effective Demand, Technological Change, and the Job Guarantee Program” in: Murray, Michael J. and Mathew Forstater The Job Guarantee Approach:  Toward True Full Employment, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
Murray, Michael J. “The Making of a Good Society: Lowe's Instrumental Method and the Pursuit of Full Employment” in Marangos, John (ed.) Toward a Good Society in the  Twenty-first Century: Principles and Policies, New York: Palgrave, 2013.
Forstater, Mathew and Michael J. Murray (2009) “Circular and Cumulative Causation in the Classics: Anticipations, Family Resemblances, and the Influence of Post-Keynesian Economics” in Berger, S. (Ed.) The Principle of Circular Cumulative Causation: An Inquiry into Economic Evolution, New York: Routledge.

ASE Activities:

I am an active participant in the ASE. I work routinely with Mark White, Eastern Regional Director, to organize ASE sessions for the Eastern Economic Association meetings. In addition to organizing sessions and presenting papers at ASE sessions, I also regularly chair sessions and serve as a discussant. In addition to ASE activities, I have also been professionally active in other heterodox organizations where I actively organize sessions and engage in other professional activities. I have served as a referee for the Review of Political Economy, American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Review of Radical Political Economy, Journal of Innovation Economics, Journal of Economic Issues. I also regularly serve as a book reviewer for Palgrave Macmillan. I look forward to continuing my service to the ASE.




Address & Telephone:
Department of Economics
211 Haag Hall
University of Missouri-Kansas City
5100 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, Missouri  64110
Telephone:  816-235-2543
EMAIL: leefs@umkc.edu

Present Position: Professor of Economics, 200 - present 

Former Positions:
Reader in Economics, De Montfort University, UK, 1991-2000
Associate Professor, Roosevelt University, 1984-1991
Lecturer, University of California-Riverside, 1981-1984

Ph.D. Rutgers University, 1983
M.Phil., Rutgers University, 1982
BA History, Frostburg State College, 1972 

Dissertation:  “Full Cost Pricing:  An Historical and Theoretical Analysis” 

A History of Heterodox Economics, Post Keynesian Price Theory, Oxford Economics and Oxford Economists

Articles in Books:
Handbook for Post-Keynesian Economics
Alternative Theories of Competition
In Defense of Post-Keynesian and heterodox Economics
The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics
Marshall and Marshallians on Industrial Economics
Money and Macrodynamics:  Alfred Eichner and Post-Keynesian Economics
Radical Economics and labor:  Essays Inspired by the IWW Centennial
Economists’ Lives:  Biography and Autobiography in the History of Economics
Applied Economics and the Critical Realist Critique
and others 

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Cambridge Journal of Economics
Bulletin of Political Economy
Review of Political Economy
American Journal of Economics and Sociology
Review of Radical Political Economics
International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education
History of Economics Review
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Post Keynesian Economics
Capital and Class
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology
History of Political Economy
Oxford Economic Papers 

ASE Activities:
Ludwig Mai Service Award (2009)
Helen Potter Award in Social Economics (1988)
Editorial Board of Forum for Social Economics (2011- )
Board of Editors of Review of Social Economy (2006-09)
Trustee for the Association for Social Economics (2005-09)




Address & Telephone:
Centre for Development Studies
Department of Social and Policy Sciences
University of Bath
Telephone: 0044(0)1225-385259
EMAIL: A.Charles@bath.ac.uk

Present Position:  Lecturer in Global Political Economy 

Former Positions: 
Lecturer in Economics (University of Leeds)
Lecturer in Economics (University of Bradford, UK)

Ph.D. in Economics, University of Leeds, UK

“Exchange Entitlement Mapping - Theory and Evidence”, published in 2012 in Perspectives from Social Economics Series, Palgrave Macmillan

Articles in:
Review of Social Economy
Cambridge Journal of Regions
Economy and Society
History of Economic Ideas
Feminist Economics
International Journal of Public Policy
Levy Institute Working Papers Series 

Articles in Books:
“Social Conventions and Fairness” in the Elgar Companion to Radical Political Economy 

ASE Activities:
Chair of Summer School Selection Committee – Glasgow World Congress 2012
Associate Editor of the Review of Social Economy
International Regional Director – UK (2011-2013)




Address & Telephone:
Department of Social Sciences
Instituto Superior de Ciencias do Trabalho e da Empresa (ISCTE)
Av. Das Forcas Armadas
1649-026 Lisboa
Telephone:  00 351 217 903 497
Email:  helena.lopes@iscte.pt 

Present Position: 
Associate Professor at the Department of Political Economy, ISCTE-IUL- University Institute of Lisbon 

Former Positions: 
2007-2011, Director of the Ph.D. Program in Economics, ISCTE-IUL
2009-2010, Head of the Department of Economics, ISCTE-IUL
1996-2001, Head of the research Center DINAMIA
1995-2005, Director of the Master in Human Resources Policies, ISCTE-IUL

PhD in Economics at Université Paris I-Panthéon-Sorbonne 

“L’enjeu des processus d’apprentissage en économie”, director Professor Henri Bartoli, Ph.D. in Labor Economics 

Articles in:
Economic and Industrial Democracy
Portuguese Journal of Social Science
Review of Social Economy
International Journal of Social Economics
Journal of Economic Issues
Journal of Institutional Economics
American Journal of Economics and Sociology
Économies et Sociétés 

Articles in Books:
“Unemployment benefit systems in Europe and America” (2010), edited by Florence Lefresne, IRES-ETUI, Brussels
“The Elgar Companion to Social Economics” (2008), edited by John Davis and Wilfred Dolfsma, Edward Elgar
“Work and Learning – Opportunities and risks” (1998), edited by Geert et al, University of Nijmegen

ASE Activities:
Since 2012, Member of Board of Editors, Review of Social Economy
Since 2008, Member of Executive Committee and International Regional Director, ASE
Since 2008, Coordinator, with Wilfred Dolfsma, of the Research Area on Social Economics at the EAEPE (European Association of Evolutionary Political Economy)
Member of the organizing committee of the 2012 World Congress in Glasgow