Zdravka Todorova

Associate Professor and Chair, Economics Department, RSCOB

Wright State University

Rike Hall 290

3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy

Dayton, OH 45435-0001

zdravka.todorova@wright.edu

Office Phone #: 937-775-3071 Fax: 937-775-2441

 

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

Articles, Working Papers, and Book-reviews

Seminars and Conference Program Organizer:  

Neoliberalism: Ideology, Economics, and Movements                      

Social Cost Workshop      

Origins of Money

2015 Association for Institutional Thought Conference Program Co-ordinator [Past Call for Papers]

Research Areas:

Micro-Macro methodology

Consumption and political economy

Gender and political economy
Macroeconomic policy formulation
Social Nature of Money

                                                                       

Heterodox Economics

 

 

Courses:       

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

EC 3190 Institutional Economics (IW) - Required Books (Spring 2017)

EC 4250 Development of Economic Thought - Required Books (Fall 2015)

EC 7250 Economic, Social, and Ecological Systems - Required Books (Spring 2017)

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

EC 7240 Development of Economic Thought - Required Books (Fall 2015)       

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

EC 7170 Applied Macroeconomics

Independent Studies:

Economic Research on Recycling, Commodities and Waste (Spring 2017)

Introduction to History of Economic Thought and Political Economy of Capitalism (Spring 2017)

Capitalism, Financial Instability and Economics (Summer 2015)

Feminism and Economics (Summer 2015)

 

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