Profile: Mark Setterfield, Ph.D.
Profile Charles A. Dana Research Professor of Economics and the Maloney Family Distinguished Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, Associate Member of the Cambridge Centre for Economic and Public Policy at Cambridge University (UK), Senior Research Associate at the International Economic Policy Institute at Laurentian University (Canada), Member of the Centre d’Économie de l’Université Paris Nord (CEPN) at l'Université Paris XIII (France). Author of Rapid Growth and Relative Decline: Modelling Macroeconomic Dynamics with Hysteresis (Macmillan, 1997), editor (or co-editor) of seven volumes of essays, authored articles in numerous journals including the Cambridge Journal of Economics, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, European Economic Review, Review of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Issues, and The Manchester School, and ranked 4th in terms of total citations per annum and 5th in terms of quality citations per annum amongst Associate Professors of Economics at the top 50 US liberal arts colleges in H. Bodenhorn’s “Economic Scholarship at Elite Liberal Arts Colleges: A Citations Analysis with Rankings,” (Journal of Economic Education, Fall 2003, 341-59); and, winner of the 2010 Haralambos Simeonidis Prize awarded by the Brazilian Association of Graduate Programs in Economics (ANEPC) for "Pricing behaviour and the cost-push channel of monetary policy," Review of Political Economy, 22, I, 19-40, 2010 with Gilberto Lima. EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES Editorial board member : • Review of Political Economy • Journal of Economic Education • Circus: Revista Argentina de Economía • European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention • International Journal of Political Economy • Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE Online) • EconomiA (see also here) Book series: • Editor (with Peter Kriesler, University of New South Wales) Routledge Advances in Heterodox Economics Links to Other Profiles • Trinity College Faculty Profiles • IDEAS Profile • Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
Cynamon, B. Z., Fazzari, S., & Setterfield, M. (2013). After the great recession: the struggle for economic recovery and growth. New York: Cambridge University Press.
See also: Cynamon, B., Fazzari, S., & Setterfield, M. (2013, March 20), "How the Great Moderation Became a (Contained) Depression and What to Do About It ," in World Financial Review.
Setterfield, M. (2010). Handbook of alternative theories of economic growth. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Fontana, G., & Setterfield, M. (2010). Macroeconomic theory and macroeconomic pedagogy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
JOURNAL ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
Endogenous growth: a Kaldorian approach," in G.C. Harcourt and P. Kriesler (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Post Keynesian Economics, Volume 1: Theory and Origins, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 231-56 (2013).
"Exploring the supply side of Kaldorian growth models," Review of Keynesian Economics, 1, 1, 22-36 (2013).
"Wages, demand, and US macroeconomic travails: diagnosis and prognosis," in B.Z. Cynamon, S.M. Fazzari and M. Setterfield (eds) After the Great Recession: The Struggle for Economic Recovery and Growth, New York, Cambridge University Press, 158-84 (2013).
RECENT WORKING PAPERS
Mark Setterfield, 2014. "An essay on horizontalism, structuralism and historical time," Working Papers 1402, Trinity College, Department of Economics. See http://ideas.repec.org/p/tri/wpaper/1402.html
Mark Setterfield, 2013. "Using Interest Rates as the Instrument of Monetary Policy: Beware Real effects, Positive Feedbacks, and Discontinuities," Working Papers 1320, Trinity College, Department of Economics. See http://ideas.repec.org/p/tri/wpaper/1320.html
Yun Kim & Mark Setterfield & Yuan Mei, 2012. "Aggregate Consumption and Debt Accumulation: An Empirical Examination of US Household Behavior," Working Papers 1204, Trinity College, Department of Economics. See http://ideas.repec.org/p/tri/wpaper/1204.html
Mark Setterfield, 2012. "Real Sector Imbalances and the Great Recession," Working Papers 1201, Trinity College, Department of Economics. See http://ideas.repec.org/p/tri/wpaper/1201.html