Graham White´s research interests have centered on the issues associated with synthesising Sraffian-inspired pricing models with Keynesian models of output and growth, as a non-orthodox theoretical foundation for examining economic phenomena. Graham’s published research as well as his work-in-progress applies a heterodox perspective to a cross-section of fields within economics: growth theory, disequilibrium dynamics, macroeconomic theory and policy, issues in traditional microeconomics and the economics of the environment. Graham’s current research is focused on learning in a demand-led growth setting; a Sraffian view of competition and it’s connection with economic growth; and a critique of the New Keynesian view of aggregate demand from a Sraffian perspective.
Explainer: how wage growth contributes to the economy
There are economic arguments to be had for ensuring an appropriate rate of growth of real wages.