DR SUSAN SCHROEDER
BS State University of New York
MA New School for Social Research
PhD New School for Social Research
+61 2 9351 3666
Susan Schroeder graduated with her PhD from the New School for Social Research in New York, where she trained with Duncan Foley, Anwar Shaikh, John Eatwell, Edward Nell, the late David Gordon, and the late Robert Heilbroner. Her current areas of research are international financial crises, business cycles, and financial fragility – and how these areas are linked to the country risk assessment. She has taught at the Graduate Faculty of the New School, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science of Art in New York, the University of Applied Science in Bremen, Germany, and Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. Prior to entering academia, Susan worked on Wall Street as the supervisor of special projects for the market research firm Information Resources, Inc.
Susan is the Coordinator of the Political Economy’s Honours program
- Financial fragility and crises
- Country Risk Assessment
- Business Cycle Theory and Measurement
- Alternative Macroeconomic Theories and Monetary Policies
‘A Note on the Conception of Competition in Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis.’ Conference paper (peer-reviewed) for the 12th Annual Conference of the Association of Heterodox Economics, University of Bordeaux, France, July 8-10, 2010.
‘Thorstein Veblen” in The Encyclopedia of Political Thought, Wiley-Blackwell Publications, forthcoming.
Review of The Hesitant Hand: Taming Self-Interest in the History of Ideas by Steven G. Medema in Australian Economic History Review, forthcoming.
‘Defining and Detecting Financial Fragility: New Zealand’s Experience’, International Journal of Social Economics, February 2009.
Review of A Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists by John King (ed.), in Australian Economic History Review, November 2008.
‘The Underpinnings of Country Risk Assessment’, Journal of Economic Surveys, July 2008.
Review of Theories of Financial Disturbance: An Examination of Critical Theories of Finance from Adam Smith to the Present Day in Review of Political Economy, April 2007.
‘Financial Fragility of New Zealand and Its Implications for Australia.’ Conference paper (peer-reviewed) for the Annual Conference of The Center for Full Employment and Equity, University of Newcastle, Australia, December 2006.
‘Comments on Hess’s Methodological Aspects of Credit Loss’, RBNZ workshop contribution, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, September 2006.
‘International Financial Crises and Financial Markets’ in Bass, H. (ed.) Facetten volkwirtschaftlicher Forchung: Festschift fur Dr. Karl Marten Barfuss, Munster, Lit Verlag 2004.
‘A Minskian Analysis of Financial Crisis in Developing Countries’, CEPA working paper No. 2002-9, Center for Economic Policy Analysis, New School for Social Research, New York, August 2002 and working paper No. 50, Institute for Institutional and Social Economics, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany, May 2003.