Ayoze Alfageme is a PhD candidate in Political Economy and a teaching assistant at the University of Geneva in the department of History, Economics and Society since April, 2019.
In 2013, he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona. After finishing his master studies in International Economics at the Berlin School of Economics and Law, he continued working at the same university as lecturer in macroeconomics and international economics from 2017 to 2019. As part of his master studies, he completed an internship at the Macroeconomic Policy Institute (IMK, Düsseldorf) during 2016. He also collaborates with the Young Scholar Initiative as organiser of the Keynesian Working Group and with the Spanish-language political economy journal SinPermiso (www.sinpermiso.info).
His PhD dissertation focuses on macrofinance and monopolization of markets.
- Macroeconomic Theory: growth, distribution and financialization
- Political Economy of Capitalism
- Theory of the firm
- European Monetary Union policies
- Alfageme, A. (forthcoming September 2020): Book Review of Daniel H. Neilson, Minsky, Polity Press, 2019, Economic Issues.
- Hein, E., Dünhaupt, P., Alfageme, A., and Kulesza, M. (2018): A Kaleckian Perspective on Financialisation and Distribution in Three Main Eurozone Countries before and after the Crisis: France, Germany and Spain, Review of Political Economy, 30 (1), 41-71.
- Hein, E., Dünhaupt, P., Kulesza, M. and Alfageme, A. (2017): Financialization and Distribution from a Kaleckian Perspective: The United States, the United Kingdom, and Sweden Compared—Before and after the Crisis, International Journal of Political Economy, 46 (4), 233-266.
- Alfageme, A. (2020): Eurobonds: why they are needed, how they would work, SocialEurope, April 10, 2020.
- Alfageme, A. (2020): ¿Por qué necesitamos los Eurobonos?, journal SinPermiso, April 28, 2020.
- De la Villa, L. and Alfageme, A. (2014): El euro, las políticas europeas, la soberanía popular y una teoría económica competente, journal SinPermiso, April 20, 2014.