Advisory Board

James E. Alvey, Independent scholar, History of economic thought
Gary Chartier, La Sierra University (USA), Philosophy, religion, law
Steven Hales, Bloomsburg University (USA), Metaphysics and epistemology
Arne Heise, University of Hamburg (Germany), Heterodox economics
Frederic B. Jennings, Jr., Center for Ecological Economic and Ethical Education (USA), Economics
Andrew Mearman, University of Leeds (UK), Pluralism, heterodoxy
Mia Mikic, Zagreb Faculty of Economics (Croatia), International economics
Cristina Neesham, Newcastle University Business School (UK), Social and political philosophy
Cristian Păun, Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Economics
Mark S. Peacock
, York University (Canada), Philosophy of science and economics
Ion Pohoaţă, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi (Romania), Epistemology of economic science
Jack Reardon, University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire (USA), Economics
Peter Söderbaum, Mälardalen University (Sweden), Institutional ecological economics
Sreenivasan Subramanian, Independent scholar, Economics and philosophy
Altug Yalcintas, Ankara University (Turkey), Institutional economics, research ethics

 

Past Members

 

Alec Balasescu, Simon Fraser University (Canada), Anthropology

Alexandru Baltag, University of Amsterdam (Nederlands), Epistemology and foundations of mathematics

Cornel Ban, City, University of London (UK), Political economy

Richard E. Lee, State University of New York-Binghamton (USA), Sociology

Scott Lowe, Bloomsburg University (USA), Social and political philosophy and ethics

Laurian Lungu, Independent scholar, Macroeconomic modelling

Panayotis Michaelides, National Technical University of Athens (Greece), Economics

Costea Munteanu, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania), Economics and religion

Mariana Nicolae, Bucharest University of Economic Studies (Romania), Economics and cultural studies

Soumitra Sharma, Juraj Dobrila University (Croatia), Economic thought, growth, and development

Hendrik Van den Berg, University of Massachusetts-Amherst (USA), Economics

Immanuel Wallerstein, Yale University (USA), Sociology