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The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought

1997 - 2023

Current editor(s): José Luís Cardoso

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Volume 30, issue 5, 2023

Mapping the history of public economics in the twentieth century: an introduction to the special issue pp. 689-712 Downloads
Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay, Marianne Johnson and Richard Sturn
Theorising public expenditures: welfare theorems, market failures, and the turn from “public finance” to “public economics” pp. 713-738 Downloads
Steven G. Medema
The emerging discipline of public economics in postwar France pp. 739-763 Downloads
Raphaël Fèvre and Thomas Mueller
Luigi Einaudi’s ‘Scienza delle Finanze’ or the science of good government pp. 764-790 Downloads
Paolo Silvestri
The emergence of social choice at the Cowles Commission, 1948–1952: Arrow’s Social Choice and Individual Values in context pp. 791-811 Downloads
Robert W. Dimand
Samuelson’s social welfare function and Buchanan’s critique: the struggle with normative science pp. 812-831 Downloads
David C. Coker and Alain Marciano
Welfare, state, and values: the winding road of the normative approach to inequality measurement (1912–1970) pp. 832-859 Downloads
Ignacio Hauser
Rawls’s maximin and optimal taxation theory pp. 860-882 Downloads
Benoît Walraevens
Samuelson against “Rawls’s gratuitism”: some lessons on the misunderstandings between Rawls and the economists pp. 883-905 Downloads
Herrade Igersheim
Economics with(out) ethics? An interdisciplinary encounter between public economists and John Rawls in the 1970s pp. 906-933 Downloads
Danielle Guizzo and Carles Paré-Ogg
From public finance to public economics pp. 934-964 Downloads
Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay, Marianne Johnson and Richard Sturn

Volume 30, issue 4, 2023

Commerce as cooperation with the deity: Self-love, the common good, and the coherence of Francis Hutcheson pp. 507-524 Downloads
Erik W. Matson
Gesell’s half a theory of the rate of interest pp. 525-555 Downloads
Aldo Barba
Geography and the critique of mainstream economic theory: the legacy of J.A. Hobson pp. 556-576 Downloads
Eleni Drakaki
The theological stems of modern economic ideas: John Duns Scotus pp. 577-595 Downloads
Luigino Bruni and Paolo Santori
Backward induction and expected value calculations in an anonymous XVth century Italian manuscript pp. 596-605 Downloads
Pavlo Blavatskyy
Georges d’Avenel. An economic historian ahead of his time pp. 606-634 Downloads
Alain Alcouffe and David Le Bris
Pawel Ciompa and the meaning of econometrics: a comparison of two concepts pp. 635-657 Downloads
Karl-Friedrich Israel
Gender and the dismal science. Women in the early years of the economics profession pp. 658-662 Downloads
Edith Kuiper
A Herstory of Economics pp. 662-665 Downloads
Joanna Rostek
Immanuel Kant and utilitarian ethics pp. 665-667 Downloads
Mark D. White
David Ricardo. An intellectual biography pp. 667-672 Downloads
Ghislain Deleplace
The Palgrave companion to Oxford economics pp. 673-674 Downloads
Constantinos Repapis
Hayek: a life, 1899–1950 pp. 675-678 Downloads
Andrew Gamble
Money and empire. Charles P. Kindleberger and the dollar system pp. 678-680 Downloads
Ivo Maes
A history of Brazilian economic thought: From colonial times through the early 21st century pp. 680-683 Downloads
Carlos Suprinyak
The world that Latin America created. The United Nations economic commission for Latin America in the development era pp. 683-687 Downloads
Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven and Felipe Antunes de Oliveira

Volume 30, issue 3, 2023

Frank Knight and behavioral economics pp. 341-368 Downloads
D. Wade Hands
Beyond trust: why American classical jurists and economists could not love the corporation pp. 369-394 Downloads
Nicola Giocoli
The role of information in the Rice Exchange: YAMAGATA Bantō’s Great Knowledge (1806) pp. 395-409 Downloads
Yasuo Takatsuki and Taro Hisamatsu
Liberty, political economy and good government in Adam Smith pp. 410-442 Downloads
Paolo Silvestri and Benoît Walraevens
Business cycle theory: Where Minsky and Hayek agreed pp. 443-467 Downloads
Juan Ramón Rallo
Sismondi on money, banking, credit and public debt: an exploratory essay pp. 468-485 Downloads
Pascal Bridel
Victoria Chick 1936–2023 pp. 486-490 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Before method and models: The political economy of Malthus and Ricardo pp. 491-492 Downloads
Terry Peach
Constructing economic science: the invention of a discipline 1850–1950 pp. 493-496 Downloads
Susan Howson
Conservative liberalism, ordo-liberalism, and the state pp. 496-500 Downloads
Marie Daou and Alain Marciano
A political economy of power: Ordoliberalism in context, 1932–1950 pp. 500-503 Downloads
Erik Grimmer-Solem
Thinking like an economist: how efficiency replaced equality in U.S public policy pp. 503-506 Downloads
Jean-Baptiste Fleury

Volume 30, issue 2, 2023

Economics and social stratification: classical-neoclassical economists’ thought on class structure and related phenomena pp. 157-205 Downloads
Milan Zafirovski
Envelopes for economists: an intellectual history pp. 206-226 Downloads
John Yinger
Debates on the falling birth rate in France at the beginning of the twentieth century pp. 227-246 Downloads
Joachim De Paoli
Some elements of political economy in the thought of Sir John Fortescue pp. 247-274 Downloads
Stefano Simonetta
Macroeconomics under pressure: the feedback effects of economic expertise pp. 275-298 Downloads
Matthieu Renault
International clearing system as alternative monetary order pp. 299-331 Downloads
Rosario Patalano
Kameralismus und merkantilismus pp. 332-334 Downloads
Marten Seppel
Adam Smith and the wealth of nations in Spain: a history of reception, dissemination and application, 1777–1840 pp. 334-335 Downloads
Maria Pia Paganelli
Law and the invisible hand. A theory of Adam Smith’s Jurisprudence pp. 336-337 Downloads
Fabrizio Simon
Léon Walras, économiste et socialiste libéral. Essais pp. 338-340 Downloads
François Allisson

Volume 30, issue 1, 2023

Unit profit margins along post-Keynesian lines: from Sraffa, Kalecki, Robinson to Eichner, Wood, Harcourt and Kenyon pp. 1-21 Downloads
Jordan Melmiès
When economic theory meets policy: Barbara Wootton and the creation of the British welfare state pp. 22-39 Downloads
Carolina Alves and Danielle Guizzo
The negative natural rate of interest in the modern theories of Liquidity Trap and Secular Stagnation: back to Böhm-Bawerk via Samuelson pp. 40-61 Downloads
Stefano Di Bucchianico
Rebuilding the economy of the home – for the emergence of the “new woman”: Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s pioneering thoughts pp. 62-85 Downloads
Guillaume Vallet
The efficient market hypothesis and rational expectations macroeconomics. How did they meet and live (happily) ever after? pp. 86-116 Downloads
Thomas Delcey and Francesco Sergi
Moving dynamics beyond business cycles: Jan Tinbergen’s first macrodynamic model (1934–1936) pp. 117-131 Downloads
Michaël Assous and Vincent Carret
An unpublished letter from Adam Smith pp. 132-140 Downloads
Shinji Nohara
Modelling economic instability. A history of early macroeconomics pp. 141-144 Downloads
Erwin Dekker
The neomercantilists: a global intellectual history pp. 144-147 Downloads
Carlos Suprinyak
Historicizing self-interest in the modern Atlantic world: a plea for ego? pp. 148-150 Downloads
Eugene Heath
The gypsy economist. The life and times of Colin Clark pp. 150-153 Downloads
Hagen Krämer
John Stuart Mill, socialist pp. 153-155 Downloads
Louise Villeneuve
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