7 February 2023
We recommend referring to our 2021 edition for some idea of what past articles are like:https://marshallsociety.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Magazine2.pdf
The deadline for submission is 5 March, 23:59 GMT. We look forward to reviewing your submissions!
Tomorrow 5-6.30pm, the Cambridge Society for Economic Pluralism will have Prof, Ashwani Saith join us in person to discuss the subject of his new book, 'Cambridge Economics in the Post-Keynesian Era: The Eclipse of Heterodox Traditions'. The event will be at Sidgwick Site, Lecture Room 4.
Ashwani Saith is Professor Emeritus at the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, and formerly was Chair of Development Studies and Head of the Development Studies Institute at the LSE. He studied economics at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, and taught at the Delhi School of economics; in the 1970s, he took his Ph.D. in Economics while at Trinity College, Cambridge and served on the staff of Faculty of Economics before becoming a Research Fellow at Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford. He has been on the editorial boards of several leading development journals, especially Development and Change; and has published extensive on a wide range of development themes. His work relating to Cambridge economics includes:
Ajit Singh of Cambridge and Chandigarh: An Intellectual Biography of the Radical Sikh Economist, 2019, in Palgrave Series on History of Economic Thought.
The Cambridge Journal of Economics: A Forum of One’s Own, Review of Political Economy, 35th Anniversary Number 2023.
Joan Robinson and Indian Planning: An Awkward Relationship, Development and Change, 2008.
He is presently working on Keynesian economics and India, a contribution to the multi-country research project led by Louis-Philippe Rochon.
3. Marshall’s Thoughts
This week’s Marshall Thoughts, “China’s Reopening: What are its Effects?” are written by Thomas Wang. In it, he describes the domestic and broader global impacts of China’s relaxation of Covid-19 policy. Read it here, at our Research Analyst team's newest repository of reports and thought-pieces: https://marshallsociety.com/thoughts.
4. The Marshall Society Presidential Election
The Marshall Society's Presidential applications are now open! https://forms.gle/aUfFS6ekLGnCht6r7
Applications close at 23:59 GMT Saturday, 11th February.
Do you want to shape the Economics education here at the University of Cambridge? Would you like to forge connections with some of the world's leading economists? Have you got a passion for leading a skilled team to deliver events that could be enjoyed by 100+ students all at once?
If so, then being the President of The Marshall Society is the role for you.
If you have any questions, feel free to message the relevant existing committee members. Details can be found on our website at: https://marshallsociety.com/about-us/.
That's it from us for now!
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