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The Department of Economics we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx

The Department of Economics we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx

Speeches by:
Savvas Michael, Writer
Giannis Milios, Professor, NTUA
Monday 28 May 2018
Time 19:00
Amphitheater of the French Institute
G. Kartalis72, Volos
The discussion that follows will be coordinated by
Michalis Zoumboulakis, President of Department of Economics

Short CVs
Savvas Michael (Sabetai Ben Matsas) was born in Athens in 1947. He studied medicine in Athens and Paris. He has been active in the left Marxist wing from the years of the junta. In addition to his articles in Greek and international newspapers and magazines, his books have also been published: "Perestroika and Economy" (Change, 1987 edition, 2nd edition 1988), "Revolution and counter-revolution in China" (Pelekanos, 1989 ), "Solomos and Hegel" (Leo, 1991), "Purgation or Revolution?" (Aro, 1996), "Forms of the Messianic" (Agra, 1999), "Trotsky as a philosopher" (Leo, 2001), "Forms of Wandering" (Agra , 2004), "Homo Poeticus" (Agra, 2006) "Golem or Subjects and Other Ghosts" (Agra, 2010). He has translated Agra's books by Tariq Ali, Edward Said, Alain Badiou, Marx-Engels and Noam Chomsky.

Giannis Milios was born in Athens in 1952 and is Professor of Political Economy at NTUA. He is a Doctor of Social and Economic Sciences (Dr. rer.) Of Osnabrück University in Germany (1988) and Doctor of Engineering in the University of Athens (1985).
His recent books: A Political Economy of Contemporary Capitalism and its Crisis. Demystifying Finance, Dimitris Sotiropoulos, John Milios, Spyros Lapatsioras, London-New York: Routledge.
* Imperialism, Financial Markets, Crisis, Giannis Milios and DP P. Sotiropoulos, Nissos Publishing, 2011.
* Rethinking Imperialism. A Study of Capitalist Rule, by John Milios and Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos, Palgrave-McMillan 2009.
Giannis Milios is Director of the Quarterly Review of Economic and Political Theories Positions.