My modules at Link Campus University
This sub-section is devoted to students of the Link Campus University of Rome. Please find below the list of my modules.
YEAR RUNNING 2020/2021
- International economics (1001197, 9CFU) (go to GOMP)
- Economia internazionale (1001060, 9CFU) (go to GOMP)
- Political economy of development (1002193, 9CFU) (go to GOMP)
- International economy and finance (1002184, 9CFU) (go to GOMP)
Academic consultation hours: I am usually available after class lectures. Appointments outside these times can be arranged by e-mail (M.Passarella@unilink.it).
My modules at Leeds University
This sub-section is devoted to students of the University of Leeds. Please find below the list of my modules.
YEAR RUNNING 2020/2021
- LUBS2040 (co-led with A. Mearman and B. Orsi): Theories of Growth, Value and Distribution (go to Minerva)
- LUBS5101M (module leader): Macroeconomics (go to Minerva)
Academic consultation hours: 3:30-5:30pm on Monday (London time). Appointments outside these times can be arranged by e-mail (M.Passarella@leeds.ac.uk).
Suggested topics for UG and PG dissertations:
- Unconventional models in macroeconomics (e.g. structural, stock-flow consistent, agent-based, input-output, amended DSGE)
- Ecological theories of value
- Ecological macroeconomics modelling
- Current topics in the Euro Area
- Endogenous theories of money (monetary circuit, MMT, Bank of England approach, etc.)
- Financial instability theories (e.g Minsky, Kindleberger)
- History and philosophy of economic thought
- Heterodox approaches (e.g. Radical, Marxian, Sraffian, Post-Keynesian, Institutionalist, Austrian, etc.)
New contents 2020/2021
2 Lectures on SFC models
- Slides: Lecture 1
- Slides: Lecture 2
- Video: Introduction to heterodox macroeconomics
- Video: How to create a simple SFC model in R: First Part
- Video: How to create a simple SFC model in R: Second Part
- R codes: go to Modelling section
Request the password to access the recordings by contacting: email@example.com
Short videos from previous years
1) Notes on the IS-LM model, October 2019
2) Notes on commanded labour vs. adding-up theory of prices in Adam Smith, October 2019
This sub-section includes some teaching material (notes and first drafts) I prepared for students of the universities where I worked over 2009-2011. In addition, some ‘pdf presentations’ are available about past seminars and guest lectures. Feel free to download.