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Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics, History and Political Science

2017 - 2017

Current editor(s): Francesco Cassata, Mario Aldo Cedrini and Roberto Marchionatti

From Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino (Italy)
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Volume 51, issue 2, 2017

Editors' Preface to the special issue "Reconstruction in Europe, 100 years later" pp. 3-6 Downloads
Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Editors
Keynes and the Manchester Guardian's Reconstruction Supplements pp. 9-23 Downloads
Peter Clarke
Keynes's Principles of European Reconstruction pp. 22-52 Downloads
Gerhard Michael Ambrosi
Institutional and Economic Reform Process in Europe: An Historical Perspective pp. 55-79 Downloads
Luca Einaudi
The End of which European Era? The Current Crisis of Europe in Historical Perspective pp. 81-103 Downloads
Marco Bresciani
What Would Keynes Have Thought of the European Crisis? pp. 107-120 Downloads
Jan Kregel
Winners and Losers: Europe and Debt after the Great War and after the Great Recession pp. 121-130 Downloads
Giuseppe Bertola
When Keynes Goes to Brussels: A New Fiscal Rule for the EMU? pp. 131-157 Downloads
Francesco Saraceno
Economic Policies during the 'Great Recession' in the United States and the European Union: A Comparative and Critical View pp. 159-181 Downloads
Vittorio Valli
European Economic Governance in Times of Crises pp. 183-200 Downloads
Lucia Quaglia
The Emerging Conflict between Democratic Legitimacy and the EU's Common Commercial Policy: Risks for the EU as a Civilian Power and for the Multilateral Order pp. 201-224 Downloads
Mario Telò
The European Union in Search of Solidarity pp. 227-243 Downloads
Maurizio Ferrera
On the Migration Issue in Europe pp. 245-263 Downloads
Tiziana Caponio and Roberta Perna
On the Relationship between Einaudi and Keynes in the Early 1920s pp. 267-286 Downloads
Roberto Marchionatti
The Economic and Political Crisis of the EU Polity: A Review Essay pp. 289-315 Downloads
Fulvio Stamati

Volume 51, issue 1, 2017

Editors' Preface to the special issue 'Keynes' Relevance to the Contemporary World. Eighty Years since The General Theory' pp. 3-4 Downloads
Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi Editors
What is Essential about Keynes Today? pp. 5-16 Downloads
Robert Skidelsky
J.M. Keynes: The Modernity of an Un-Modern Economist pp. 17-54 Downloads
Anna Carabelli, Mario Cedrini and Roberto Marchionatti
The Continuing Relevance of Keynes's Philosophical Thinking: Reflexivity, Complexity and Uncertainty pp. 55-76 Downloads
John Davis
Keynes and Gesell: Political and Social Philosophy, Epistemology and Monetary Reform pp. 77-92 Downloads
Sheila Dow
New-, Neo-Paleo- and Post-Keynesianism: Is a New Macroeconomic Paradigm Possible? pp. 93-106 Downloads
Teodoro Dario Togati
Rules and Discretion in the Making of Economic Policy pp. 107-121 Downloads
Peter Clarke
John Maynard Keynes as a Global Economic Policymaker: First Do the Macro and then Do the Rest pp. 123-148 Downloads
David Vines
Reconciling Money and Goods: Keynes's Commodity and Currency Plans for the Postwar World pp. 149-176 Downloads
Luca Fantacci
Symmetric Global Order with National Self-Determination and No Hegemon: Vision and Reality pp. 177-206 Downloads
Jörg Bibow
Keynes' and the Santa Fe Institute's Complexity: Same Concepts, Different Methods? pp. 207-222 Downloads
Emanuele Citera
A Modern Interpretation of Keynes' Analysis of Speculation in the Professional Financial Markets and the Impact on the Allocation of Talent pp. 223-246 Downloads
Kurt von Seekamm
On the Relevance of Keynes to the Contemporary World: Post-Crisis Views on Economic Policy, Capitalism and International Monetary Reform pp. 249-268 Downloads
Paolo Paesani
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