Founding co-editor, Review of Keynesian Economics.
Co-editor, New Directions in Post-Keynesian Economics (an Edward Elgar book series).
Author of over 100 book and journal articles; author or co-editor of over 20 books.
Specializes in fiscal and monetary policy and theory; post-Keynesian ecoomics.
Avid blogger with the Progressive Economic Forum and Rabble.ca. Regular contributor to CBC.ca, and the Globe and Mail.
Follow him on Twitter @Lprochon
1993-1998: Doctorate from the New School for Social Research
1990-1993: Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa
1988-1990: Masters, Mc Gill University
I have been a Visiting Professor/Scholar in Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, and Mexico.
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I lecture both in French and in English. Courses include introductory level. Math for Economists, Money and Banking, History of Economic Thought, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Advanced Macroeconomics, and Canadian Economic Problems.
My teaching philosophy centers around training students to be critical thinkers and scholars, which includes training them to write academic papers. All my classes contain the writing of an essay. Emphasis is placed on asking the right question and providing a balanced answer.