The Economic Development Debate
August 8+ 11, 6-8pm ET
Marjan Fadavi Ardekani
With a conceptual focus on the notion of "development" along with a survey of its historical evolution and political implication, we would discuss the economic, political, environmental, and philosophical relevance of the topic to our world today. Unprecedented levels of inequality worldwide, in both the "developed" and "developing" world, have shifted the borders of the relevance of the arguments of "development economics" from international to intranational.
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Marjan Fadavi Ardekani is a PhD Candidate in Economics at The New School for Social Research specializing in political economy, economic development, complexity economics, economic methodology, philosophy of economics and microeconomics. Her research is focused on the concept of "power" and lack thereof in economics. She has 6 years of experience teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in development economics, microeconomics, mathematics and macroeconomics.