Day 3: Friday July 10th

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2-3pm Plenary: Heterodox Economics Globally

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Rama Salla Dieng (University of Edinburgh, UK): Building back better? Why do we need a Decolonial Feminist Development alternative?

Ndongo Samba Sylla (West Africa office of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, Senegal): Covid-19 and the economics of de-linking: an African heterodox perspective

Dora Barrancos (University of Buenos Aires and CONICET, Argentina): Women and the labor market in Argentina: Before, during and after the pandemic

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3-3.30pm Coffee Break

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3.30-5pm YSI SESSION: Pluralism and Global South Perspectives in Economics

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Maísa Goulart (Universidade Federal de Campinas, Brazil): More Pluralism: considerations about the Post-Autistic Economics Movement relevance

Barkin Cihanli (Levy Institute, Bard College, US): The Holistic Approach : Institutions, Investment and Finance and the Unemployment in the Financial Instability Hypothesis

Leandro Bona (Universidad Nacional de La Plata y Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales - CONICET, Argentina): De-coloniality and pluralism for Introductory Economics. An experience from Argentina