Economic series research seminar - Danielle Guizzo Archela

Date: 31 January 2018
Venue: Room 4E21A, Frenchay Campus
Time: 16:00

Are we all pluralists now?

We are pleased to have a talk by our esteemed colleague Dr. Danielle Guizzo Archela who will present on the topic: Are we all pluralists now?Revisiting pluralism ten years after the global financial crisis (GFC).


The tenth anniversary of the GFC represents an appropriate moment to revise and assess the many calls from students and academics for more pluralism in economics.

Indeed, the issue of pluralism still raises a debate of what it means in practical terms for the economics profession regarding theory, method and practice.

This presentation explores four principles behind the necessity of adopting structured pluralism in economics
and addresses some examples of how pluralism can be applied into practice.

The seminar also invites attendees to discuss the key challenges and opportunities for ensuring a pluralist approach
that tackles the current democratic deficit in teaching and research.

About Danielle

Danielle Guizzo Archela has major expertise in Philosophy of Economics, Political Economy and History of Economic Thought, focusing on two main areas:

  • the contributions of Michel Foucault and postmodern philosophy to the history of economic thought and political economy, and
  • the teaching and pedagogy of economics in the post-crisis period.

Her work has appeared among others in respected peer-reviewed journals such as the Review of Political Economy, Review of Radical Political Economics and History of Economic Ideas.

Danielle is a member of the INET Young Scholars Initiative (History of Economic of Thought), the Reteaching Economics group, and the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET).

Cost: Open for UWE Bristol staff and students
Contact: Dr Annie Tubadji
Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 85611

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