Zdravka Todorova, Ph. D. (University of Missouri - Kansas City)

Wright State University

Economics Department

Rike Hall 243

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy.

Dayton, OH 45435-0001

zdravka.todorova@wright.edu

Office Phone #: 937-775-3932 Fax: 937-775-2441

Associate Professor, Economics Department, RSCOB, Wright State University

President (2015-2016) Association for Institutional Thought and 2015 Conference Program Co-ordinator [Past Call for Papers]

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Books:

Advancing Frontiers of Heterodox Economics: Essays in Honor of Frederic S. Lee (co-edited with Tae-Hee Jo) for Routledge’s Advances in Heterodox Economics, 2015.

Money and Households in a Capitalist Economy - A Gendered Post Keynesian - Institutional Approach (2009), Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2010   § Book Info  §  Publisher 

Reviews available online: Heterodox Economics Newsletter  § Moneta e Credito

Current Book Project:

Feminist Economics and Functional Finance: a Social Provisioning Approach – a book for Routledge’s series IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics, forthcoming 2016.

Articles, Working Papers, and Book-reviews: Econ Papers  IDEAS

Organized Seminars:  

Neoliberalism: Ideology, Economics, and Movements                      

Social Cost Workshop      

Origins of Money

Research Areas:

Micro-Macro methodology

Consumption and political economy

Gender and political economy
Macroeconomic policy formulation
Social Nature of Money

Heterodox Economics Seminars at WSU                                                                         

Heterodox Economics

 

 

Fall 2015 Courses:

EC 4250 Development of Economic Thought

EC 7240 Development of Economic Thought

Other Courses:       

C 2050 Principles of Macroeconomics (Honors) - Required Books (Spring 2015)

EC 3190 Institutional Economics (IW) - Required Books (Spring 2015)

EC 7250 Economic, Social, and Ecological Systems - Required Books (Spring 2015)         

EC 290 Economic, Social, and Business Issues (WI)

EC 4450 Political Economy of Women - Required Books (Fall 2014)

EC 7170 Applied Macroeconomics

 

Updated 07/27/15

This page was last updated on 08/08/14