Mu-Jeong Kho and International Conference Papers
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MU-JEONG KHO AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE PAPERS
Recently, IPEAD Chair, Mu-Jeong Kho, has presented his papers at the following international conferences on the issue 'inequality' in the area of  history of economic thoughts (history of economics),  health economics (health policy, public health, health & social care),  education (higher education, secondary education),  financial economics,  gender economics, and  labor economics (platform economy):
1. Mu-Jeong Kho & Conference Papers
Conference Paper, presented at the Annual Conference of the International Confederation of Associations for Pluralism in Economics (ICAPE), Session 4C: Our Current Crises and How to Address Them, 10 January 2022, Boston, USA, 1-31. cf. https://icape.org/content/media/ICAPE_Conference_Program_January_2022_v7.pdf
Conference Paper, presented at The 48th (2021) Annual Meeting (Conference) of the History of Economics Society (HES: https://historyofeconomics.org), Concurrent Virtual Session, FRI 2C: Political Systems, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, December 10, 2021: 1-27. cf. https://historyofeconomics.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/2021-Virtual-Conference-Program_Abstracts_THU-updates.pdf
Conference Paper, presented at The 69th (2021) Japan Society of Political Economy (https://en.jspe.gr.jp), Annual International Conference (General Theme: Covid-19 Pandemic and the Modern Capitalism), Presentation Session: International Sessions (3) – “Covid-19 Pandemic and Economy”; Hokusei Gakuen University, Sapporo, Japan, 17 October 2021, 1-26. cf. https://english-hokuseigakuen69.jimdosite.com
Conference Paper, presented at The 2021 International Adam Smith Society (IASS) Conference, (https://smithsociety.org/), Panel 5A; University of Wisconsin, Madison, The United States of America (USA), 16 October 2021, 1-26. https://smithsociety.org/2021/10/01/iass-madison-2021-final-schedule/
Conference Paper, presented at The Work2021 Conference (Theme: Work Beyond Crises), Work II Stream Session (https://work2021.fi/work-ii-schedule/, https://workconference.fi ); Turku Centre for Labor Studies (TCLS), University of Turku, Finland, 14 October 2021, 1-27. https://work2021.fi/wp-content/uploads/sites/7/2021/10/13102021_WORK2021_WORK_II_session_programme.pdf
Conference Paper, presented at The 33rd Annual Conference of the EAEPE (https://www.eaepe.org), (Theme: Recovery from the Covid-19 Pandemic: Re-Thinking the Role of the State towards safe, cohesive, sustainable, and innovative economies, EAEPE-AFEE Special Session: A Window of Opportunity for Heterodox Economics Amidst the Financial and Health Crises, organized by Research Area, [JAES] Joint AFEE (Association for Evolutionary Economics) – EAEPE (European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy); Parthenope University of Naples, Italy, September 2021, 1-26.
Conference Paper, presented at The Royal Geographical Society (RGS) with IBG (Institute of British Geographers), Annual International Conference (https://www.rgs.org, https://event.ac2021.exordo.com) (Theme: Borders, Borderlands and Bordering), Presentation Sessions: ##conf1317 Health and wellbeing (1): landscape and nature engagement; Royal Geographical Society (RGS), London, UK, 31th August 2021, 1-27.
Conference Paper, presented at The 23rd Annual Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics (AHE: https://www.hetecon.net), (Theme: Structural Inequalities Uncovered - the Contributions of Heterodox Economics in Tackling Racial and Gender Inequality), Presentation Session 2: Philosophical Approaches in Contemporary Issues; London, United Kingdom (UK), 9th July 2021, 1-28. https://www.hetecon.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/AHE-Programme-2021_v2.pdf
Conference Paper, presented at Session C: Post-Keynesian Economics, The International Conference on Economic Theory and Policy (September Conference 2019) by the Japanese Society for Post Keynesian Economics (JSPKE) & Meiji University (School of Political Science and Economics); Meiji University (Surugadai Campus), Tokyo, Japan, 15-17 September 2019: 1-21. Available at: http://www.kisc.meiji.ac.jp/~confyagi/September2019.htm http://www.isc.meiji.ac.jp/~confyagi/Program2019.htmlhttps://www.academia.edu/40373175/International_Conference_on_Economic_Theory_and_Policy_in_2019_Japanese_Society_for_Post_Keynesian_Economics_JSPKE_
Conference Paper, presented at The 10th International AFEP-IIPPE Conference (with participation by ADEK, AHE, and EAEPE), titled ‘Envisioning the Economy of the Future and the Future of Political Economy,’ History of Economic Thought, Economic Methodology and Critique of the Mainstream (HETEMECoM) Session VIII.; Sciences Po, France, 3 July 2019 to 5 July 2019, 1-19. Available at: https://afep-iippe2019.sciencesconf.org/ * AFEP (L’Association française d’économie politique), IIPPE (International Initiative for Promoting Political Economy)
Conference Paper, presented at The 1st Building Bridges Interdisciplinary Conference: Building Bridges in a Complex World; Samaria Hotel, Chania, Crete, Greece, 6 July 2017 to 8 July 2017, 1-29. http://www.buildingbridges.uk.com https://www.academia.edu/39804058/Building_Bridges_in_a_Complex_World_Interdisciplinary_Conference_Program_and_Abstracts
Conference Paper, presented at Panel 4: The Enduring Influence of Thorstein Veblen, Economics (Association for Institutional Thought: AFIT) program at The Western Social Science Association (WSSA) 59th Annual Conference and The 38th Annual Meeting of AFIT (Association for Institutional Thought: AFIT (https://www.institutionalthought.org), San Francisco, California (The Hyatt Regency Embarcadero), The United States of America (USA), April 12-15, 2017 (Conference Theme - Institutions: The Cause of, and Solution to, all our Economic and Social Problems?), 1-31. https://www.wssaweb.com/documents/archive/WSSA_2017_Final_Program.pdf https://www.wssaweb.com/documents/archive/2017_Abstracts.pdf
2. Mu-Jeong Kho and Other Conference Participation (as Chair, Discussant, etc.)
Discussant, Panel 4C, International Adam Smith Society (IASS) (https://smithsociety.org/), University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA, 16 October 2021. https://smithsociety.org/2021/10/01/iass-madison-2021-final-schedule/