De-growth, zero growth and/or green growth? Macroeconomic implications of ecological constraints
Eckhard Hein (Berlin School of Economics and Law, IPE): Welcome and Introduction
Eckhard Hein and Valeria Jimenez (IPE, Berlin School of Economic and Law): Zero growth and macroeconomic stability: a post-Keynesian approach
Giuseppe Fontana and Malcolm Sawyer (University of Leeds): Would zero growth be achievable and sustainable?
Steffen Lange (IÖW Berlin): Macroeconomics beyond growth
Jan Priewe (HTW Berlin, IPE): Critique of zero growth modelling
Birte Strunk, Armon Rezai (Vienna University of Economics and Business), and Stefan Ederer (WIFO, Vienna):Policies for navigating Scylla and Charybdis: The role of labor markets in a socio-ecological transition
Antoine Monserand (Université Sorbonne Paris Nord): Buying into inequality - a macroeconomic analysis linking planned obsolescence, interpersonal inequality and a potential for degrowth
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Martin Sers and Peter A. Victor (York University): Ecological economics and climate change
Hansjörg Herr(IPE, Berlin School of Economic and Law): How to transform capitalism?