Academic CV

Dr. Stavros Mavroudeas

 

PhD in Political Economy

Professor

University of Macedonia

Dept. of Economics

Address: University of Macedonia

156, Egnatia Str.

GR-54006

Thessaloniki

Greece

Τel (w.): +30 2310891779

E-mail: smavro@uom.gr

smavro@uom.edu.gr

Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL INFO

Born: 1961

Place of birth: Athens, Attiki, Greece.

Personal status: Married

EDUCATION

1986-1990:       PhD in Economics

Birkbeck College (University of London)

Thesis entitled ‘Regulation Approach: A Critical Appraisal’ (Supervisor: B.Fine)

1985-1986:       MSc in Economics (SOAS – School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)

1985-1986:     B.A. in Economics (Dept. of Economics, University of Athens), grade: Excellent (9 3/12).

1979-80:        entrance in the Economics Dept of the University of Athens after nationwide exams (2nd in line of success).

1978-79:        graduation from the Varvakios Model School, grade: Excellent (19 και 3/12).

1972-73:        entrance in Varvakios Model School after competitive exams (2nd in line of success).

SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS AND AWARDS

1985-1990:     MSc and PhD funded by the Greek State Scholarships Foundation (IKY), after successful participation at the nationwide examinations for the scholarship.

1979-80:        honorary scholarship for the line of success in the entrance exams for the university.

MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARDS IN JOURNALS (International and National)

Bulletin of Political Economy (int. journal)

Journal of Economic Analysis (int. journal)

Utopia (nat. journal)

REVIEWER IN JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

Science & Society (int. journal)

Review of Political Economy (int. journal)

Review of Radical Political Economics (int. journal)

International Critical Thought (int. journal)

Research in Political Economy (int. journal)

Economic Issues (int. journal)

Utopia (nat. journal)

Bulletin of Political Economy (int. journal)

Routledge (int. Publisher)

PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT

2013-today:         Professor in Political Economy, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Greece

2002-2013:         Associate Professor in Political Economy, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Greece

1996-2002:         Assistant Professor in Political Economy, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Greece

1993-1996:     Lecturer in Political Economy, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia, Greece

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Undergraduate Level

1988-1990: Dept. of Economics, Birkbeck College, University of London: teaching assistant to Prof.B.Fine

1993-1994: Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Problems of the Greek Economy’ (elective course)

1993-2013: Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Introduction to Political Economy’ (compulsory course)

1993-2013: Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Economic Problems of Modern Capitalism’ (elective course)

2004-5: Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Introduction to Economic Theory I’ (compulsory course)

1998-1999: Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Economic Development’ (compulsory course)

 

Graduate Level

1994-2001: Msc in Economics, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia: ‘Political Economy’ (compulsory course)

Six MSc theses finished successfully (MSc in Economics, Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia)

Postgraduate Level

Supervisor in one PhD thesis successfully finished

Member of the advisory committee of three PhD theses successfully finished

Member of the advisory committee of six PhD theses currently running

Member of the examination committee of several PhD theses

MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS

Founding member of the Greek Association of Political Economy (elected to the Managing Board as Secretary [two successive terms])

Member of ESHET (European Society for the History of Economic Thought)

Member of IIPPE (International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy)

FIELDS OF RESEARCH INTERESTS

Political Economy, History of Economic Thought, Development Economics, Labour Economics, Economic Growth

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Member of many administrative committees in the University of Macedonia from 1993 till today

Member of the Steering Committee of the MSc Program (Dept. of Economics, University of Macedonia (1999-2001)

SCIENTIFIC WORKS

A. PUBLICATIONS (in peer-reviewed journals and collective and conference volumes)

1)    Mavroudeas S. (1990), ‘Regulation Approach: A Critical Appraisal’, PhD thesis, Birkbeck College, University of London.

2)    Mavroudeas S. (1992), ‘Relations between the Two Departments of Production and the Problem of the So-called ‘Motive Impulses’, Spoudai vol.42 no.2.

3)    Mavroudeas S. (1992), ‘Value Theory and Regulation’, Tribune of Social Sciences no.9 (in Greek).

4)    Mavroudeas S. (1993), ‘The Regulation Approach: Problems of methodology, direction and identity’, Theses no.43 (in Greek).

5)    Mavroudeas S. (1993), ‘Ι.Ι.Rubin and his contribution in Marxist Political Economy’, Theses no.44 (in Greek).

6)    Mavroudeas S. (1994), ‘The Regulation Approach: A theory of crisis or the crisis of theory?’, Axiologika no.5 (in Greek).

7)    Mavroudeas S. (1994), ‘The White Book: a new turn in capitalist restructuring in Europe’, Utopia no. 9 (in Greek).

8)    Mavroudeas S. (1995), ‘Capitalism and the University’, Utopia no.18 (in Greek).

9)    Mavroudeas S. (1996), ‘Economic policies in Argentina after W.W.II’, Theses no.54 (in Greek).

10)  Mavroudeas S. (1998), ‘The Labour Theory of Value: a survey’, Utopia no.28 (in Greek).

11)  Mavroudeas S. (1998), ‘Social inequalities and contemporary capitalism: the end of classes? A critical review of the theories of Radical Political Economy’, volume of the conference of the Sakis Karagiorgas Foundation on ‘Social Inequalities and Social Exclusion’, University of Macedonia, 27-29 November 1996 (in Greek).

12)  Mavroudeas S. – Siriopoulos C. (1998), ‘Convergence or divergence: the data from Greece’, Journal of Applied Business Research vol.14 no.1.

13)  Μavroudeas S. – Tsoulfidis L. (1999), ‘Comments on Ben Fine’s paper ‘Privatisation: Theory with lessons from the UK’’, volume of the conference on ‘Contemporary Economic Theory: Critical Perspectives’, Dept. Of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, October 6-7, London: Macmillan.

14)  Mavroudeas S. (2004), ‘Forms of existence of abstract labour and value-form’, Freeman A.-Kliman A.-Wells J. (2004), eds, ‘The New Value Controversy: the Foundations of Economics’, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

15)  Lapavitsas C. – Mavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Financial Systems and Capital Markets: an alternative view’ in C.Siriopoulos (ed.) ‘Topics in Financial Economics and Risk Management Analysis’, Thessaloniki: Paratiritis.

16)  Mavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Regulation Theory: The Road from Creative Marxism to Post-Modern Disintegration’, Science & Society vol.63 no.3.

17)  Mavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Periodising Capitalism: Problems and Method – The case of the Regulation Approach’ in Research in Political Economy vol.17.

18)  Ioannides A.-Mavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Stages of capitalist development in Greece: is there a new stage in process?’ volume of the conference of the Sakis Karagiorgas Foundation on ‘Social Inequalities and Social Exclusion’, University of Macedonia, 27-29 November 1996 (in Greek).

19)  Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘The Falling Rate of Profit’, review essay for the Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy.

20)  Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘The Mode of Regulation’, review essay for the Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy.

21)  Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘Labour aristocracy’, lemma for the Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy.

22)  Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘The Monetary Equivalent of Labour and certain issues regarding Money and the Value of Labour-Power’, Economie Applique tome LIV no.1.

23)  Mavroudeas S. (2003), ‘Commodities, workers and institutions: Analytical and empirical problems in Regulation’s Consumption Theory’, Review of Radical Political Economics vol.35 no.4.

24)  Mavroudeas S. (2003), ‘The French Regulation Approach and its Theory of Consumption’, Storia del Pensiero Economico no.43.

25)  Mavroudeas S. & Ioannides A. (2003), ‘The evolution of actual work time in Greece. Theoretical and empirical considerations’ in Venieris D. – Papatheodorou Ch. (2003), ‘Social Policy in Greece, Challenges and Prospects’, Athens: Ellinika Grammata editions, (in Greek).

26)  Ioannides A. & Μavroudeas S. (2005), ‘Do Greek workers work excecivelly?: work time trends in Greece’, yearly publication ‘Labour 2004’ (in Greek).

27)  Mavroudeas S. (2005), ‘Introduction’ in the Greek edition of Martinussen J. (2005), ‘Society, State and Market’, Athens: Savvalas (in Greek).

28)  Mavroudeas S. & Ioannides A. (2006), ‘Grossmann, Kalecki and the theory of crisis: A comment on Trigg’, Science & Society vol.7 no. 3.

29)  Mavroudeas S. & Ioannides A. (2006), ‘Henryk Grossmann’s Falling Rate of Profit theory of crisis: a presentation and a reply to old and new critics’, Indian Development Review vol.4 no.1.

30)  Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘A History of Contemporary Political Economy and Post-Modernism’, Review of Radical Political Economics vol.38 no.4.

31)  Mavroudeas S. & Papadatos D. (2007), ‘Reform, Reform the Reforms or Simply Regression? The ‘Washington Consensus’ and its Critics’, Bulletin of Political Economy vol.1 no.1.

32)  Mavroudeas S. & Ioannides A. (2007), ‘Overworked Greeks? Working time trends in Greece’, Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics vol.7 no.1-2.

33)  Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘The international capitalist system and the continuing actuality of the theory of imperialism’, in the collective volume ‘Imperialism, Contradictions and Resistances’, Athens: ΚΨΜ Publishers (in Greek).

34)  Mavroudeas S. (2008), ‘Henryk Grossmann and the tendency of the rate of profit to fall: an original approach to economic crisis and macroeconomic dynamics’ in Essays in Honour of N.Petralias ‘Social Theory and Political Responsibility’, Athens: Gutenberg (in Greek).

35)  Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘Social Structures of Accumulation, Regulation Approach and stages theory’, in the conference volume ‘Growth and Crises: Social Structures of Accumulation Theory and Analysis, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland.

36)  Mavroudeas S. & Ioannides A. (2010), ‘Surplus-value extraction processes and their relation to the length, the intensity and the productivity of labour’, Tribune of Social Sciences no.52 (in Greek).

37)  Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘Capitalist Restructuring and state policies: 1985 till today’ in the conference volume of the 11th conference of the Sakis Karagiorgas Foundation (in Greek).

38)  Mavroudeas, S. & Papadatos D. (2008) ‘Financial Regulation and Deregulation’, in Phillip Anthony O’Hara (Ed), International Encyclopaedia of Public Policy_Governance in a Global Age: Volume 2. Economic Policy. Perth, Australia: GPERU. http://pohara.homestead.com/ encyclopedia/volume-2.pdf.

39)  Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘Development and crises: The turbulent course of Greek capitalism’ in the collective volume Topos (2010), The chart of crisis: The end of self-deceit, Athens: Topos Publishers (in Greek).

40)  Ioannides A. & Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘Work more or work harder? The length and the intensity of work in Marx’s ‘Capital’, Science & Society, vol.74 no.1.

41)  Mavroudeas S.  (2010), «Was J.K.Galbraith a bourgeois Marxist?», Utopia no.88 (in Greek).

42)  Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘The Regulation Approach’ in Fine B. & Saad-Filho A. (eds.) Companion to Marxist Economics, Edward Elgar.

43)  Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘The Social Structures of Accumulation approach’ in Fine B. & Saad-Filho A. (eds.) Companion to Marxist Economics, Edward Elgar.

44)  Ioannides A. & Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘Duration, Intensity and Productivity of Labour and the Distinction between Absolute and Relative Surplus-Value’, Review of Political Economy, vol.23 no.3.

45)  Ioannides A. & Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘A model for the relationship between working time and the intensity of labour’, Bulletin of Political Economy vol.5 no.2.

46)  Mavroudeas S. Στ. (2011), ‘Greece and the EU: capitalist crisis and intra-imperialist contradictions’ in Greek Association of Political Economy, Economic Crisis and Greece, Gutenberg (in Greek).

47) Mavroudeas S. & Papadatos D. (2012), ‘Financial Regulation in the light of the current global economic crisis’, International Critical Thought vol.2 no.4.

48) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘Development and Crisis: The Turbulent Course of Greek Capitalism’, International Critical Thought vol.3 no.3.

49) Gialis S. & Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘Virtual Water: more heat than light?’, Capitalism Nature Socialism (forthcoming)

50) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘Teaching Political Economy and Marxism at an introductory level: A view from Greece’, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education vol.4 no.3.

51) Mavroudeas S. & Maniatis Th. (2013), ‘The global capitalist crisis, the Greek case and Marxism: an outline of analysis and debate’ in Association for Marxist Research (2013), Marxism and the Greek Economic Crisis, Athens: Gutenberg (in Greek).

52) Ιωαννίδης Α., Μαυρουδέας Στ. & Οξούζη Ελ. (2014), ‘Unpaid overtime in Greece: Determining factors and theoretical approaches’, Tribune of Social Sciences (forthcoming).

53) Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘Introduction’ σε Mavroudeas S. (ed.), Greek capitalism in crisis: Marxist Analyses, London: Routledge (forthcoming).

54) Mavroudeas S. & Paitaridis D. (2014), ‘Mainstream accounts of the Greek crisis: more heat than light?’ in Mavroudeas S. (ed.), Greek capitalism in crisis: Marxist Analyses, London: Routledge (forthcoming).

55) Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘‘Financialisation’ and the Greek case’ in Mavroudeas S. (ed.), Greek capitalism in crisis: Marxist Analyses, London: Routledge (forthcoming).

56) Mavroudeas S. & Paitaridis D. (2014), ‘The Greek crisis: a dual crisis of overaccumulation and imperialist exploitation’ in Mavroudeas S. (ed.), Greek capitalism in crisis: Marxist Analyses, London: Routledge (forthcoming).

57) Ioannides A., Oxouzi E. & Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘All work and no … pay? Unpaid overtime in Greece: determining factors and theoretical explanations’, Industrial Relations Journal vol.45 no.1.

Β. TEXTBOOKS

1)      Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘Political Economy and its Critique’, Athens: Gutenberg (in Greek).

C. BOOKS

1)    Mavroudeas S. (2005), ‘The three epochs of university – The university in capitalism’, Athens: Ellinika Grammata (in Greek).

2)    Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘The Limits of Regulation: A Critical Analysis of Capitalist Development’, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

3)    Mavroudeas S. (ed.), Greek capitalism in crisis: Marxist Analyses, London: Routledge (forthcoming)

D. BOOK REVIEWS (peer-reviewed in journals)

1)    Μavroudeas S. (1995), book review of Ioakeimoglou E. (1994), ‘Hegemony and Integration’, Ianos in Utopia no.15 (in Greek).

2)    Mavroudeas S. (1999), book review of Freeman A. – Climan A. (1994), ‘Marx and non-equilibrium economics’, Edward Elgar in Capital & Class no. also in Utopia no.28, 1998, (in Greek).

3)    Μavroudeas S. (1999), book review of Sekine T. (1997), ‘An Outline of the Dialectics of Capital’, Macmillan in Review of Radical Political Economics vol.31 no.3.

4)    Mavroudeas S. (2001), book review of Albritton R. (1999), ‘Dialectics and Deconstruction in Political Economy’, New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999 in Science & Society vol.65 no.3.

5)    Mavroudeas S. (2001), book review of Bellofiore R. ed. (1999), ‘Global Money, Capital Restructuring and the Changing Patterns of Labour’, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar in Review of Political Economy vol.14 no.4.

6)    Mavroudeas S. (2004), book review of Dowd D. (2000), ‘Capitalism and its Economics’, London: Pluto Press in Review of Political Economy vol.16 no.3.

7)    Mavroudeas S. (2004), book review of Robert Albritton R.,Itoh M., Westra R. and Alan Zuege A. eds. (2001), ‘Phases of Capitalist Development’, New York: Palgrave in Science & Society vol.68 no.1.

8) Mavroudeas S. (2012), book review of Jessop B. & Ngai-Ling Sum (2006),Beyond the Regulation Approach’, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar in Review of Social Economics (Forthcoming).

9) Mavroudeas S. (2011), book review of Salvadori N. (2006), ‘Economic Growth and Distribution’, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar in Review of Radical Political Economics vol.43 no.3.

10) Mavroudeas S. (2009), book review of Moseley F. (ed., 2005), ‘Marx’s Theory of Money, Modern Appraisals’, New York: Palgrave Macmillan in Review of Political Economy vol.21 no.3.

11) Mavroudeas S. (2006), book review of McDermott J. (2004), ‘Economics in Real Time: a Theoretical Reconstruction’, Michigan: University of Michigan Press in Science & Society vol.71 no.3.

12) Mavroudeas S. (2012), book review of Maksakovsky P. (2005), ‘The Capitalist Cycle’, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers in Science & Society vol.76 no.1.

13) Mavroudeas S. (2013), book review of McDonough T., Reich M. & Kotz D. (2010), ‘Contemporary Capitalism and Its Crises’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press in Science & Society Vol. 77 no.2.

E. EDITORSHIP OF TRANSLATED WORKS

1)      Martinussen J. (2005), ‘Society, state and market’, Athens: Savvalas.

Ε. INDICATIVE REFERENCES TO S.MAVROUDEAS’ WORKS

1) Fine B. & Leopold E. (1993), ‘The World of Consumption’, Routledge.

2) Fine B. (1994), ‘From Political Economy to Consumption’ σε Miller D. (1994), ‘Acknowledging Consumption’, Routledge.

3) Fine B. & Rustomjee Z. (1996), ‘The Political Economy of South Africa’’, Westview

4)    Nelson A. (1999), ‘Marx’s Concept of Money; the God of Commodities’, Routledge

5) Fine B. (1998), ‘Labour Market Theory: a constructive reassessment’, Routledge.

6) De Souza N. & Da Silva Porto Jr. S. (1998), ‘Crescimento Regional e novos testes de convergencia para os municipios da regiao Nordeste do Brasil’, Economia Aplicada, vol.2 no.2.

7) Brown A. (1999), ‘Developing Realistic Methodology: How New Dialectics surpasses the Critical Realist method for social sciences’, Economics Discussion Paper no.66, Middlesex University Business School.

8) Diesing P. (2000), ‘Comments on Rosenthal’s ‘The Escape from Hegel’, Science & Society, vol.64 no.3.

9) Tsaliki P. (2001), ‘book review of Vlachou A. ‘Contemporary Economic Theory’, Capital & Class, Autumn 2001 Head & Hand book reviews supplement.

10) Varoufakis Y. (2001-2), ‘book review of Vlachou A. ‘Contemporary Economic Theory’’, Science & Society, vol.65 no.4.

11) Wolff M.F. (2001), ‘book review of Vlachou A. ‘Contemporary Economic Theory’, Political Economy, no.9.

12) Jessop B. (2001), ‘Capitalism, the Regulation Approach, and Critical Realism’ in A. Brown, S. Fleetwood, and J. Roberts (eds), ‘Critical Realism and Marxism’, London: Routledge.

13) Jessop B. (2001), ‘Series Preface’ σε Jessop (ed.), ‘Regulation Theory and the Crisis of Capitalism’, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

14) Went R. (2002), ‘The Enigma of Globalization: A Journey to a New Stage of Capitalism’, Routledge

15) Westra R. (2003), ‘Social Theory, economic crisis and the Japanese Political Economy: a review article’, Review of International Political Economy, vol.10 no.2.

16) BLPS (2003), ‘International Bibliography of Economics’, vol.LII.

17) Astarita Rolando (2004), ‘Valor, mercado mundial y globalización’, Buenos Aires: Cooperative Editions.

18) Andre Guimaraes Augusto (2004), ‘Fundamentos methodologicos de Abordagem da Regulasao: origem historica e questoes fundadoras’, Ensaios FEE, vol.25 no.2.

19) Liodakis G. (2005), ‘The New Stage of Capitalist Development and the Prospects of Globalization’, Science & Society, vol.69 no.3.

20) Laibman D. (2005), ‘Theory and Necessity: The Stadial Foundations of the Present’, Science & Society, vol. 69, no. 3.

21) Trigg A. (2006), ‘Kalecki and Grossman: a Reply’, Science & Society, vol.7 no.3.

22) Jessop B. & Sum N-L. (2006), ‘The Regulation Approach and Beyond: Putting Capitalist Economies in Their Place’, Edward Elgar.

23) Mariolis Th. (2006), ‘A Critique of the ‘New Approach’ to the Transformation Problem’, Indian Development Review vol.4 no.1.

24) Baragar F. (2006), ‘The New Value Controversy’ σε Samuels W., Emmett R. & Biddle J. (eds.) ‘Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology’ vol.24A.

25) Laibman D. (2006), ‘Deep History: A Study of Social Evolution And Human Potential’, State University of New York Press Series in Radical Social and Political Theory.

26) Kicillof A. & Starosta G. (2007), ‘Value form and class struggle: a critique of the autonomist theory of value’, Capital & Class no.92.

27) Brown A. (2007), ‘A materialist development of some recent contributions to the labour theory of value’, Cambridge Journal of Economics vol.32 no.1.

38) Kicillof A. & Starosta G. (2007), ‘On materiality and social form: A political critique of Rubin’s value-form theory’, Historical Materialism vol.15 no.3.

39) Bhadari R. (2008), ‘Grossman and luxury spending’, Science & Society vol.72 no.1.

40) Vasiliadis L. (2008), ‘How Greece and Ireland Have Been Positioned in the World Developments Since 1945: A French Regulation Approach’, Journal of Social Sciences vol.4 no.1.

41) Lamprianidis L. (2000), ‘Geographical proximity matters in the orientation of FDI: The case of Greek FDI in the Balkans’ σε Petrakos G. & Totev S. (eds.) (2000) ‘The development of the Balkan region’, Ashgate.

42) Papatheodorou Ch. (2008), ‘Verspätete Entwicklung der sozialen Sicherung: Das griechische Wohlfahrtssystem’ σε Klaus Schubert, Simon Hegelich and Ursula Bazant (Hrsg.) ‘Europäische Wohlfahrtssysteme’ VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden.

43) Konings M. (2005), ‘Political Institutions and Economic Imperatives: Bringing agency back in’, Research in Political Economy no.22.

44) Fine B. & Rustomjee Z. (1992), ‘The political economy of South Africa in the interwar period’, Social Dynamics, Volume 18, Issue 2 December, pages 26 – 54

45) Jacobs P. (2008), A New Generation of Heterodox Development Scholars, Review of African Political Economy, Volume 35, Issue 2, June, pages 335 – 340

46) Cavalcante Carolina Miranda (2007), ‘Realismo crítico e abordagem da Regulação: da possibilidade de colaboração entre Ciência e Filosofia’, Ensaios FEE, n. 2, p. 353-374, – παραπομπή σε εργασία νο.17 (σ.356).

47) Moshe, M. (2009), ‘Temporary versus Permanent: Time framing in the Israeli political arena’, Time & Society, no.18.

48) Labrianidis L. (2000), ‘Are Greek companies that invest in the Balkans in the ‘90s Transnational Companies?’ in Mitsos A. and Mossialos E. 2000. (Eds.) Contemporary Greece and Europe, European Institute LSE European Political Economy Series, Ashgate Press London 457-482.

49) Karagianni S. (2004), ‘Basic Characteristics Of The Greek Export Enterprises That Penetrate In The Central And Eastern European Countries (CEECS): An Empirical Investigation’, Journal Of Applied Business Research Volume 20, Number 1 p.99.

50) Karagianni S. & Labrianidis L. (2001), ‘The Pros and Cons of SMEs Going International: Greek Companies in Bulgaria’, Eastern European Economics, Volume 39, Number 2.

51) Fine B. (1992), Women’s Employment and the Capitalist Family, Routledge.

52) O’ Hara P. (2008), ‘A Social Structure Of Accumulation For Long Wave Upswing In Australia?’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, no.61.

53) Bartel Rainer (2007), ‘Liberalisierung als Machttransfer: politische Instrumentalisierung der Märkte und das Wohl oder Weh der KonsumentInnen’ in Kollmann Karl & Manfred E.A. Schmutzer (eds.), Mächte des Marktes, Verlag Österreich, Wien 2007.

54) Aoudé I. (2010), ‘Policy of Globalization and Globalization of Policy’ in Aoudé (ed.) Public Policy and Globalization in Hawaii, University of Hawaii Press.

55) Flaschel Peter, Groh Gangolf, Proaño Christian, Semmler Willie (2008), Topics in Applied Macrodynamic Theory, Springer.

56) Reuten G. (2003), ‘On ‘Becoming Necessary’ in an Organic Systematic Dialectic: the case of creeping inflation’ in Albriton R. & Simoulidis J. (eds), New Dialectics and Political Economy, Palgrave-Macmilan.

57) Pratschke J. & Morlicchio E. (2011), ‘Social polarisation, the labour market and economic restructuring in Europe: an urban perspective’, in Socialpolis.eu, http://www.socialpolis.eu/uploads/tx_sp/EF02_Paper.pdf.

58) Kempa M. (2010), ‘The Political Economy of Human Security: A Conceptual Approach to Policing Studies and Reform’ in Strimelle V. & Vanhamme F. (eds.) ‘Rights and Voices: Criminology at the University of Ottawa’, Les Presses de l’ Universite de l’ Ottawa.

59) Fine B. & Milonakis D. (2009), ‘From economics imperialism to freakonomics: the shifting boundaries between economics and other social sciences’, Routledge.

60) Joffe J. (2008), ‘Book review of Nitzen J. & Bichler S. ‘The Global Political Economy of Israel’ Pluto Press in Review of Radical Political Economics vol.40 no.4.

61) Peter Meyer Filardo (2000), ‘Labor History Bibliography, 1999’, Labor History Vol.41 no.4.

 

62) Goletsis Y. & M. Chletsos M. (2010), ‘Measurement of development and regional disparities in Greek periphery: A multivariate approach’, Socio-Economic Planning Sciences Vol.45, No.4.

 

63) Nunes Ana (2011), ‘The IMF’s stand-by agreement with Portugal: an ex-ante application of the Washington Consensus’, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão – GHES Documento de Trabalho/Working Paper no.44, Technical University of Lisbon, School of Economics and Management http://www.repository.utl.pt/bitstream/10400.5/2871/1/GHES-DT-44.pdf.

 

64) Fine B. (2004), ‘From Bourdieu to Becker: economics confronts the social sciences’ σε Arestis P. & Sawyer M. (eds.), The rise of the market: critical essays on the political economy of neo-liberalism , Edward Elgar.

 

65) Epitropoulos M.F. (2010), ‘The Global Capitalist Crisis and the European Union, with Focus on Greece’ in Berberoglu B. (ed.), Beyond the Global Capitalist Crisis – The World Economy in Transition, Ashgate.

66) Sotiris P. (2012), ‘Theorizing the Entrepreneurial University: Open questions and possible answers’, Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies vol.10 no.1.

67) Brand U. & Wissen M. (2012), ‘Global Environmetal Politics and the Imperial Mode of Living: Articulations of the State-Capital Relations in the Multiple Crisis’, Globalisations vol.9 no.4.

68) Pratschke J. & Morlicchio E. (2012), ‘Social Polarisation, the Labour Market and Economic Restructuring in Europe: An Urban Perspective, Urban Studies vol.49 no.9.

69) Saad-Filho A. & Ayers A. (2008), ‘Production, Class and Power in the Neoliberal Transition’ in Ayers A. (ed.), Gramsci, Political Economy and International Relations Theory, Palgrave

70) Jackson W. (2009), Economics, Culture and Social Theory, Edward Elgar.

71) Kempa M. (2008), ‘Conceptualisation et réforme des processus policiers à l’ère de la mondialisation: l’économie politique de la sécurité humaine, Criminologie Vol.41, no.1.

 
72) K Diefenbach, SR Farris, G Kirn, P Thomas (2012), in Diefenbach, Katja (ed.) (2013), Encountering Althusser: Politics and Materialism in Contemporary Radical Thought, Continuum International Pub. Group.

 

73) Sen A. (2011), ‘An analysis of the efficiency of associations in providing financial stability: the case of Turkish banking system’, Investment Management and Financial Innovations vol.8 no.1.

74) Mosedale Jan (2004), ‘Political Economy of Tourism: Regulation Theory, Institutions and Governance Networks’ in C.M. Hall, A.A. Lew and A.M. Williams (Eds) The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Tourism, Oxford: Blackwell.

75) Basile E. (2013), Capitalist Development in India’s Informal Economy, ROUTLEDGE CONTEMPORARY SOUTH ASIA SERIES.

 

76) Gialis S.E. & Herod A. (2013), ‘Resisting Austerity: The Case of Greece’s Powerworkers and Steelworkers’, Human Geography vol.6 no.2.

 

F. RESEARCH REPORTS

1) Karagianni St., Lamprianidis L., Katsikas Il., Kourtesis A. & Mavroudeas S. (1996-8), ‘The economic impact of the opening of Greek enterprises in the Balkans on Greece’s development and in particular on that of Northern Greece’, GSRT – PENED 1994.

2) Karagianni St., Tsiotras G., Koufidou St. & Mavroudeas S. (1997), ‘The Labour Market in areas hit by industrial change’, European Commision – ADAPT.

3) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘Competing explanations of the Greek crisis – An alternative approach and an economic strategy proposal’, INE – GSEE (Labour Institute, General Confederation of Greece’s Workers).

G. PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES

1)    Mavroudeas S. (1992), ‘Regulation Approach: problems of methodology, direction and identity’, conference ‘Marx in retrospect: the meaning of the Marxian thought in contemporary social science’, School of Social Sciences, University of Crete, Rethymno 25-26 September 1992 (in Greek).

2)    Mavroudeas S. – Tsekouras I. – Varelas E. (1995), ‘Non-balanced development and the role of Northern Greece within the process of european integration’, 3rd National Conference of the Greek Section of the International Association of Regional Development on ‘The role of Northern Greece towards the European Integration’, Thessaloniki 28-29-30 April 1995 (in Greek).

3)    Mavroudeas S. (1996), ‘Forms of existence of abstract labour and value-form’, conference of the Eastern Economic Association (EEA), Boston 15-17 Μarch 1996.

4)    Mavroudeas S. (1996), ‘Labour Process: Theories and reality’, symposium of the journal UTOPIA on the ‘Liberating prospects of Marxism’, National Technical University of Athens, 9-10-11 May 1996 (in Greek).

5)    Μavroudeas S. (1996), ‘Τhe plan vs market controversy in the Marxist tradition’, conference on ‘Social and Economic Aspects of the Transition Process in Eastern Europe’, University of Crete, Department of Economics, 5-6 October, Rethymno.

6)    Mavroudeas S. (1996), ‘Social inequalities and contemporary capitalism: the end of classes? Critical review of the Radical Political Economy theories’, conference of the Sakis Caragiorgas Foundation on ‘Social Inequalities and Social Exclusion’, University of Macedonia, 27-29 Νovember, Thessaloniki (in Greek).

7)    Lapavitsas C. – Mavroudeas S. (1997), ‘The New Solution to the Transformation Problem: Some Issues Regarding the Treatment of Value’, conference of the Eastern Economic Association, 3-6 April 1997, Washington DC., USA.

8)    Mavroudeas S. (1997), ‘Deconstructing the Canon: Political Economy and Post-Modernism’, European Conference on the History of Economics (ECHE) ‘The History of Economics: Constructimg the Canon’, 17-19 April 1997, Panteion University, Athens, Greece.

9)    Μavroudeas S. – Tsoulfidis L. (1997), ‘Comments on Ben Fine’s paper ‘Privatisation: Theory with lessons from the UK’’, conference on ‘Contemporary Economic Theory: Critical Perspectives’, Dept. Of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business, October 6-7.

10)  Mavroudeas S. (1997), ‘On the nature of production relations in the USSR’, conference ‘October Revolution: 80 years after – a critical evaluation’, journals Alfa-Theses-Utopia-Citizen, National Technical University of Athens, 5-8 November (in Greek).

11)  Mavroudeas S. (1998), ‘Contemporary Capitalism: Is there a new stage in process?’, στο Marx International II Congress, ‘Le capitalisme: critiques, resistances, alternatives’, CNRS – Instituto Italiano per gli Studi Filocofici – PUF Universites de Paris-I et de Paris-X, 30 Septembre – 3 Octobre.

12)  Ioannides A. – Μavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Stages of capitalist development in Greece. Is there a new stage in process today?’, 7th conference of the Sakis Caragiorgas Foundation on ‘Structures and relations of power in contemporary Greece’, Panteion University (in Greek).

13)  Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘The representation of Abstract Labour in Money: Theories and Problems – The case of the ‘New Solution’ to the Transformation problem’, 3rd Meeting of the Greek Historians of Economic Thought, University of Macedonia, 11 Μay.

14)  Mavroudeas S. – Ioannides A. (2002), ‘Stages of Capitalist Development: is there a new stage in process?’, European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), 6th Annual Conference, University of Crete, Rethymno.

15)  Μavroudeas S. (2002), ‘The theory of Consumption of the Regulation School: analytical and empirical problems’, 4th Meeting of the Greek Historians of Economic Thought, University of Athens 24 Μay 2002.

16)  Ioannides A. – Karagianni S. – Mavroudeas S. (2002), ‘Overworked Greeks? Working time trends in Greece’, International Working Party on Labour Market Segmentation, 23rd International Conference: ‘The Quality of Work’, Spetses, 17-20 July 2002.

17)  Mavroudeas S. (2002), ‘Regulation Approach: the journey of a middle-range theory to post-modern relativism’, International Network for Economic Method (INEM), University of Sterling 1-2 September 2002.

18)  Ioannides A. – Mavroudeas S. (2003), ‘Stages of Capitalist Development: Is there a new post-1973 stage in process?’, International Conference ‘The work of Karl Marx and the challenges of the 21st century’, Institute of Philosophy, Havana, Cuba 5-7 May 2003.

19)  Ioannides A. – Mavroudeas S. (2003), ‘Work time in the Economic Thought’, 5th Annual Conference of the Greek Historians of Economic Thought, University of Pireaus, 16-17 May.

20)  Mavroudeas S. (2004), ‘Henryk Grossmann and the Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall: a theory of crisis or a theory of catastrophe?’, 7th Annual Conference of the Greek Historians of Economic Thought, University of Crete, 21-22 May.

21) Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘Greece and the EU: capitalist crisis and imperialist rivalries’, 1st conference of IIPPE (International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy) and Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy, 10-12 September 2010, University of Crete.

22) Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘Social Structures of Accumulation, Regulation Approach and stages theory’, Conference: ‘Growth and Crises: Social Structures of Accumulation Theory and Analysis’, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland, 2-4 November.

23) S. Mavroudeas (2007), ‘Was J.K.Galbraith a bourgeois Marxist?’, Workshop ‘J.K.Galbraith: Life, Work and Influences’ organized by the Departments of Economics of Aristotle and Macedonia Universities, January 12, 2007, University of Macedonia.

26) S. Mavroudeas (2007), ‘The Theory of Labour Process: Three Decades after’, 9th Annual Congress of History of Economic Thought, Thessaloniki, 11 – May 12, 2007, University of Macedonia.

27) A. Ioannidis & Mavroudeass S. (2008), ‘On the distinction between absolute and relative surplus value’, 10th Congress of Greek Historians of Economic Thought, 30-31 May 2008, University of Thessaly.

28) S. Mavroudeas (2008), ‘Capitalist restructuring and state policies: 1985 to Today’, 11th Scientific Conference of the Sakis Karagiorgas Foundation on’Democracy and State policies in Greece’, in November, Panteion University.

29) A. Ioannidis & Mavroudeas S. (2009), ‘Impact on value and surplus-value of the simultaneous change of time and labour intensity,» 1st Conference of the Greek Scientific Society of Political Economy & 11th Congress of Greek Historians of Economic Thought, 19 – June 20, 2009, University of Crete.

30) S. Mavroudeas (2009), ‘The current economic crisis and its explanations’, 1st Conference of the Greek Scientific Society of Political Economy & 11th Congress of Greek Historians of Economic Thought, 19-20 June 2009, University of Crete.

31) Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘Greece and the EU: capitalist crisis and imperialist rivalries’, 1st conference of IIPPE (International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy) and Greek Scientific Association of Political Economy, 10-12 September 2010, University of Crete.

32) Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘The changing notions of Political Economy in Greece’, European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET) Annual Conference, Bogazici University, Istanbul.

33) Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘The changing notions of Political Economy in Greece’, 13th Conference of the Greek Historians of Economic Thought, EKPA, 3-4 June, Athens.

34) Ioannides A., Mavroudeas S. & Oxouzi E. (2011) ‘Unpaid overtime: determining factors and theoretical explanations’, 4th International Conference GSSP, 9-11 November, Panteion University.

35) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘The Greek Left vis-à-vis the EU: From opposition to accommodation and back again’, University of Edinburgh conference ‘The radical left and crisis in the EU: from marginality to the mainstream?’, 17 May 2013.

36) Mavroudeas S. & Paitaridis D. (2013), ‘The Greek saga: competing explanations of the Greek crisis – A Marxist’, 1st World Keynes Conference ‘Attacking the Citadel: Making Economics Fit for Purpose’, Izmir University of Economics, Izmir/Turkey, 26-29 June 2013.

37) Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘Financialisation’ and the Greek case’, 3rd Conference of the Greek Association of Political Economy, University of Patras, 14-15 January 2014.

 

38) Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘For an alternative economic strategy against the strategy of the Memorandum’, Conference organized by the D.Mpatsis Institute, the postgraduate programme in Economics of Panteion University, the Association of Marxist Studies and the G.Kordatos Club ‘EU against Greece: Scientific and Political problematiques’, Panteion University, 17-18-19 January 2014.

Η. CONFERENCE DUTIES (membership in scientific and organization committees, discussant etc.)

1) Member of the scientific committee of the 3rd International Conference of the Scientific Society of Social Policy ‘Social Reform and changes in the public – private mix in the area of social protection’, Athens 17-18 October 2008.

2) Member of the scientific committee of the 4th International Conference of the Scientific Society of Social Policy ‘The role of social policy today: critical approaches and challenges’, Athens 10-11 November 2011.

3) Member of the organisation committee and discussant of the 13th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki 23-26 April 2009.

4) Member of the scientific and the organisation committee of the 3rd Conference of the Greek Association of Political Economy, University of Patras, 14-15 January 2014.

5) Member of the scientific and the organisation committee of the Conference organized by the D.Mpatsis Institute, the postgraduate programme in Economics of Panteion University, the Association of Marxist Studies and the G.Kordatos Club ‘EU against Greece: Scientific and Political problematiques’, Panteion University, 17-18-19 January 2014.

Chairman in roundtables and discussant in many international and national conferences (European Society for the History of Economic Thought, International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy etc.)

I. JOURNALISM

1) Mavroudeas S. (1994), ‘The ‘battle’ of the drachma’ and its backwash’, Utopia no.11 (in Greek).

2) Mavroudeas S. (1994), ‘In the era of privatisations’, Utopia no.13 (in Greek).

3) Mavroudeas S. (1998), ‘After the ‘national victory’ of the devaluation, the achievement of the EMU or the political economy of comedy’, Utopia nο.29 (in Greek).

4) Mavroudeas S. (1999), ‘Is a revival of Keynesianism possible today?’, daily economic newspaper ‘Daily’ 11-12/12/1999 νο.15643 (in Greek).

5) Mavroudeas S. (2000), ‘Stiglitz vs Dornbusch: a short comment’ daily economic newspaper ‘Daily’ (in Greek).

6) Mavroudeas S. (2001), ‘Autoritarianism and new economic relations’ newspaper ‘Free Press’ 8-5-2001 no.7756 (in Greek).

8)    Mavroudeas S. (2002), ‘Greece’s entrance to the EMU’, daily newspaper ‘EVRENSEL’ 28-29/9/2001 (in Turkish).

9)    Mavroudeas S. (2005), ‘Government’s policy or the return to the 18th century ‘wild capitalism’, Utopia no.66.

10)  Mavroudeas S. (2006), ‘The Greeks – champions of work or the increase of labour exploitation in Greek capitalism’, newspaper Radical 16-7-2006.

11)   Mavroudeas S. (2007), ‘Financial or general economic crisis?’, newspaper Radical 7-10-2007.

13) Mavroudeas S. (2007), ‘Modern Times: the coming of the entrepreneurial university’, Newsletter of the Greek Association of Social Policy no.1, April.

14) Mavroudeas S. (2007). response to the survey ‘The Left and the Righr characterised the 20th century. What will characterize the 21st century?’, Monthly Review no.35.

15) Mavroudeas S. (2008), response to the survey ‘What are the limits of expansion of the European Union and what forces will determine this process?’, Monthly Review no.42.

16) Mavroudeas S. (2008), ‘And suddenly the crisis was discovered’, newspaper Radical 2-11-2008.

17) Mavroudeas S. (2008), ‘The economic crisis and the debt of the popular strata’, newspaper Macedonia 1-12-2008.

18) Mavroudeas S. (2009), ‘Is the euro a shield against the crisis?’, newspaper Radical 6-6-2009.

19) Mavroudeas S. (2009), ‘The crisis,its causes and the Greek economy’, in the book ‘Economic Crisis. The theses of the CPG’, Contemporary Epoch Publishers.

20) Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘The Greek External Debt and Imperialist Rivalries: ‘One Thief Stealing from Another’, Monthly Review Zine, http://www.mrzine.monthlyreview.org/2010/mavroudeas200210.html

22) Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘Greece under economic occupation. The only solution the exit from the EU’, ΕPΙΚΑΙRΑ 13/5/2010 νο.306.

21) Mavroudeas S. (2010), ‘The Greek crisis, EU and intra-imperialist contradictions’, Utopia nο.92.

22) Mavroudeas S. (2011), ‘Disengagement from the EU: a crucial precondition for initiating a process of socialist transition in our country’, Utopia nο.96.

23) Mavroudeas S. (2012), ‘The crisis of the European Union and the failure of its salvation plans’, Spectrezine, http://www.spectrezine.org/crisis-european-union-and-failure-its-%E2%80%98salvation-plans%E2%80%99

24) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘EU’s crisis, Greece and the Left’ in ‘Greek Capitalism, the global economy and the crisis’, Athens: Marxist Bookshop.

25) Mavroudeas S. (2013), interview GREECE TOMORROW daily, 30-13 Μarch 2013

26) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘An anti-capitalist transitional programme is required’, interview Workers’ Solidarityno.1056, Wednesday 30 January 2013

27) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘Exit from the crisis and the Chalima’s tales’, ELEFTHEROTYPIA daily 28-1-2013.

28) Mavroudeas S. (2013), interview LIBERTY daily, Larissa 16/12/2012.

29) Mavroudeas S.  (2012), ‘The tranche, Reuters and the panic of cronyism’, comment in WORK TODAY 6/10/2012.

30) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘The Greek tragedy: competing explanations of the Greek crisis’, FOREIGN AFFAIRS HELLENIC EDITION, August 2013.

31) Mavroudeas S. (2013), ‘The road to disengagement from the EU should open’, «Να ανοίξει ο δρόμος για την Αποδέσμευση της χώρας από την ΕΕ», ELEFTHEROTYPIA daily 21/4/2013.

32) Mavroudeas S. (2014), ‘Fire sales’, NAFTEMPORIKI Wednesday 19/2/2014.

LECTURES

1) ‘Τhe Regulationists’ (S.Mavroudeas), Research students’ workshop, Birkbeck College, University of London, 14 June 1989.

2) ‘The White Book and capitalist restructuring in EEC’ (S.Mavroudeas), Union of Secondary Education Teachers Larissa, 1994.

3) ‘The Relationship between Department I and Department II in the Reproduction of Capital: a Critique of the Regulation School’ (S.Mavroudeas), School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, Dept. of Economics, Political Economy of Development Seminars, 16 January 1996.

3) ‘Internationalisation and integrations in our times’ (El. Ioakeimoglou, S.Mavroudeas), UTOPIA’s meetings, Athens, 6 April 1995.

4) ‘Contemporary features of the entrepreneurial university’ (S.Mavroudeas), Philosophy of the Man seminar, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 7 March 1996.

6) ‘The entrepreneurialisation of the university’ (S.Mavroudeas), one-day conference on ‘Problems of Undergraduate Education’, Union of Teaching and Scientific Staff of the University of Patras, 11 May 1996.

7) ‘Political Economy and the local state: a critique of the Regulation Approach’ (S.Mavroudeas), Kyklos of discussions and thinking on timely issues of Regional Development and Policy, University of Macedonia, 22 May 1996.

8) «The Market Economy, the Welfare State and the Civil Society» (panel: P.Papadimitriou, S.Mavroudeas, D.Bakatselos), American Studies Seminar, March 21-23, 1999.

9) ‘Postmodernism and the methodology of scientific research’ (S.Mavroudeas), seminars of the General Dept. of the Technical Universicty of Crete, Chania 14 March 2002.

10) ‘Assessment of departments and universities’ (Th.Lianos, S.Mavroudeas, G.Psacharopoulos), University of Macedonia Dept. of Economics, 18 Αpril 2005.

11)The History of Political Economy and Post-Modernism’ (S.Mavroudeas), weekly Economic Science Seminars, University of Athens, Dept. of Economics, 7 Φεβρουαρίου 2006.

12) ‘Problems of Higher Education’ (S.Mavroudeas), Union of Teaching and Scientific Staff of the University of Ioannina, 2 March 2006.

13) ‘Economic crisis and the return of state interventionism’ (S.Mavroudeas), seminar on organized interests, University of Athens, Dept. of Politics, Athens 9 February 2009.

14) ‘The crisis, its causes and the Greek economy’ (S.Mavroudeas), one-day conference of the CC of the CPG, Athens 14 May 2009.

15) ‘International economic crisis: the Marxist approach’, one-day conference of the University Section of the POTh of CPG, Thessaloniki 4 December 2009.

16) ‘Political Economy issues in the contemporary economic crisis’, University of Thessaly, Dept. Of Architecture, 25 November 2010.

17) ‘Greek State and Foreign Capital in the economic crisis’, seminar on ‘State and Law in the 21st century, Panteion University, General Dept., Athens 9 March 2011.

18) ‘Economic Crisis: European Union and Greece’, departmental seminars, University of Patras, Dept. of Business Administration, Patras 31 March 2011.

19) ‘The Greek crisis: debt crisis or capitalist economy’s crisis?’ (S.Mavroudeas), one-day conference on ‘Debt’ of the Deanery of the Polytechnic School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki May 11, 2011.

20) ‘The Greek saga: Competing explanations of the Greek crisis’ (S.Mavroudeas), Kingston University, Dept. of Economics, Staff seminars 13/11/2013.

21) ‘Privatisations: Theory and Empirical Experience after three decades’ (S.Mavroudeas), one-day conference on ‘The presence and the role of the group ‘Public Electricity Enterprise’ in the contemporary economic and social reality’, Union of Graduate Engineers-PEE and the Technical Chamber of Greece, Athens, 8 November 2013.

22) ‘Competing explanations of the Greek crisis’ (S.Mavroudeas), interdisciplinary seminar on the crisis, Panteion University, Athens 24 January 2014.

 

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