Sessions Information

  • January 9, 2022
    4:45 pm - 6:00 pm
    Session Type: Section Pedagogy Programs
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    This approach to inclusive capitalism provides a theoretical economic basis to enhance the earnings of poor and middle-class people by using existing institutions of corporate finance to broaden the distribution of capital acquisition with its future earnings in April 14, 2021. Thirteen economics professors characterize this approach as “the most important contribution to economic theory in many decades: an idea with many practical, beneficial policy implications for both current and future generations.” Prominent economists on the right and left dismiss this principle as an illusion grounded on an assumption of “perpetual motion.” Four professors of economics will present their perspectives.

Session Speakers
Organization: Syracuse University College of Law

Organization: Virginia Tech School of Public and International Affairs

Organization: Eckerd College

Organization: Assumption College Department of Economics and Global Studies

Organization: University of Illinois at Chicago

Organization: Vanderbilt University Law School

Session Fees
  • Socio-Economics - The 'Fuller-Employment' Principle (Promise) of Inclusion Capitalism: Is it True and Plausibly Important or an Economic Illusion?: $0.00