Feb 28-Mar 01, 2013
Lonergan's Economics and the Global Financial Crisis
Marquette University

Spring 2013 Marquette Lonergan Project Colloquium:
Lonergan’s Economics and the Global Financial Crisis

The topic of the Marquette Lonergan Colloquia in 2012-13 has been Globalization. In the fall we conducted a colloquium on “Globalization and the Multireligious Situation,” the proceedings of which are available on this website. In the spring we hosted a colloquium on “Lonergan’s Economics and the Global Financial Crisis.” The Colloquium was held on February 28 and March 1, 2013, in Raynor Memorial Libraries, Beaumier Suites B/C.

The following materials are available on this site in mp3 audio format. Some of the materials will also be made available as PDF files.

Paul St. Amour, St. Joseph’s University, “An Introduction to Lonergan’s Macroeconomic Theory”
John Davis, Economics, Marquette University, Response (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)
D. Stephen Long, Theology, Marquette University, Response (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)
Ryan Hemmer, Graduate Student, Theology, Marquette University, Response (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)

Joseph Cioni, Carroll School of Management, Boston College, “The Subprime Mortgage Crisis: An Instance of the Longer Cycle of Decline.”
Anthony Pennington-Cross, Finance, Marquette University (audio response in same file as lecture)
Glenn Butner, Graduate Student, Theology, Marquette University (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)

Michael Czerny, S.J, Office of the President, Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, “The International Financial and Monetary Systems – Who’s Moving Any Reform?” Fr. Czerny’s paper was read by Robert M. Doran, S.J.
Darrell Dobbs, Political Science, Marquette University (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF will appear soon as a separate file)
Joseph Ogbonnaya, Theology, Marquette University (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)
Nicholas Santos, S.J., Marketing, Marquette University (audio is in same file as lecture; PDF is a separate file)


Available contributions from this conference:
  1. Paul St. Amour, An Introduction to Lonergan's Macroeconomic Theory
  2. John Davis, Response to St. Amour
  3. D. Stephen Long, Response to St. Amour
  4. Ryan Hemmer, Response to St. Amour
  5. Joseph Cioni, The Subprime Mortgage Crisis: An Instance of the Longer Cycle of Decline
  6. Glenn Butner, Response to Cioni
  7. Michael Czerny, The International Financial and Monetary Systems - Who's Moving Any Reform?
  8. Joseph Ogbonnaya, Response to Czerny
  9. Nicholas Santos, Response to Czerny
  10. Darrell Dobbs, Natural Right and Global Public Authority
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