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Vladimir Belev

Vladimir Belev is a Candidate for the European Master in Law and Economics (EMLE) at Rotterdam and Hamburg; he is also a graduate with a Bachelor's of Law (LLB) in International and European Law from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands; a Master's of Law (LLM) in (Bulgarian) Law at Sofia University, Bulgaria; and a Diploma in English Law and Legal Skills (DELLS) from the British Law Centre, Cambridge.

Experienced in legal formalist (doctrinal, dogmatic) research through a number internships in public administration (the civil service), academia, and law firms under several Attorneys.

Interested in institutional economics, post-keynesian economics, and ecological economics. Additionally, he is working towards bringing these perspectives and heterodox economics more generally to the economic analysis of law.

As for hobbies, he enjoys baking low-carb desserts, playing basketball, and engaging in classic video game criticism.

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Level: beginner
Mitch Jeserich interviews Professor Richard D. Wolff, a professor of economics at the New School University, who presents an explanatory theory of how inflation occurs in an economy. This analysis is presented through the lens of Marxian political economy (explicitly) and institutional economics (implicitly through corporate structure). Check out this new content in our discover section! posted 08.06.2022
Level: advanced
Professor David Harvey presents a complete visual representation of the flow of capital in all its forms. Similar to the Water Cycle diagrams, Harvey models the economics of production, consumption, human reproduction, labor, private business, and government redistribution.


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