Graham White is an associate professor in the School of Economics at the University of Sydney and has taught there since 1991.
Graham typically teaches in the area of macroeconomics, macroeconomic policy, heterodox economics and the history of economic thought.
His research interests are primarily in the area of heterodox economics, specifically non-mainstream explanations of economic growth, unemployment and income distribution. To this end, Graham’s published and unpublished research has focused on possibilities of synthesis of demand-led explanations of output and growth with Sraffian-inspired explanations of relative prices and distribution.
Graham’s research is significantly influenced by the persistence of dissenting streams of thought in the evolution of economic ideas and he has also published on the significance of critiques of mainstream economics. He is also an occasional contributor to media discussions of macroeconomic policy.
You can follow Graham on Twitter @heterodox_econs.
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