Lisi Krall

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Krall_LisiLisi Krall is a Professor of Economics at the State University of New York, Cortland, with expertise in political economy and ecological economics.  She is the author of Proving Up: Domesticating Land in U.S. History, which explores the interconnections of economy, culture, and land in U. S. history.  Her present research uses evolutionary biology, anthropology and heterodox economics to explore the expansionary and ultrasocial dynamic of human economic society since agriculture and the particular form this dynamic takes under capitalism.  The impulse and direction of her work is driven by one overarching concern: How to reconcile the global market economy with the biophysical limits of the planet in a way that encourages humans to once again become a species embedded in the Earth.

She has published numerous essays and journals articles.  Her journal articles appear in many academic journals including The Cambridge Journal of Economics, The Journal of Economic Issues, Conservation Biology, The Journal of Bioeconomics and Ecological Economics.  She has collaborated on books projects, seminars and workshops with The Evolution Institute, The Foundation for Deep Ecology, The Post Carbon Institute, The Population Institute and The International Forum on Globalization. A Fulbright Scholar she serves on the boards of the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy, the United States Society of Ecological Economics, and the Agrarian Trust.  She is also an Associate Fellow with the Center for Great Plains Studies and is a member of the Science Advisory Board for the Evolution Institute.  Krall received her B.S. in anthropology from the University of Utah and her Ph.D. in economics, also from the University of Utah.  She resides in Central New York and Wyoming.

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