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Arjo Klamer

Arjo Klamer

Arjo Klamer is professor of the Economics of Art and Culture at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and holds the world’s only chair in the field of cultural economics. Prior to that and after acquiring his PhD at Duke University, he taught for many years at several universities in the US, including Wellesley College and George Washington University.
In 1984, he attracted a great deal of attention with his Conversations with Economists. In his latest book, Speaking of Economics 1, he pursues themes that emerged from that book. He has collaborated with Deirdre McCloskey to promote the rhetorical perspective on economics. He authored The Economic Conversation, a textbook published in  2008 2 and co-authored with McCloskey and Stephen Ziliak employs a groundbreaking “open-method” approach to teaching first-year micro- and macroeconomics. His current research focuses on the cultural dimension of economic life and the values of art. 3

Prof. Klamer has conducted research on the social and economic Effects of Complementary Currencies, in a report published for Stichting Doen 4


Arjo Klamer interviewed at the 2nd International Conference on Complementary Currency Systems (June 2013)


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