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Political Economy and International Order in Interwar Europe

Edited by Alexandre M. Cunha () and Carlos Suprinyak ()

in Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought from Palgrave Macmillan

Date: 2021
ISBN: 978-3-030-47102-6
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Introduction
Alexandre M. Cunha and Carlos Suprinyak
Ch Chapter 10 Ordoliberalism and the Rethinking of Liberal Rationality
Timo Miettinen
Ch Chapter 11 Classical Liberalism, Non-interventionism and the Origins of European Integration: Luigi Einaudi, Friedrich A. von Hayek, Wilhelm Röpke
Antonio Masala and Alberto Mingardi
Ch Chapter 12 Staving off the Protectionist Slide: Snowden and the Struggle to Keep Britain Open
Oksana Levkovych
Ch Chapter 13 The Formation of Research Institutes on Business Cycles in Europe in the Interwar Period: The “Kiel School” and (In)Voluntary Internationalization
Harald Hagemann
Ch Chapter 14 Divided by an Uncommon Language? The Oxford Institute of Statistics and British Academia (1935–1944)
Roberto Lampa
Ch Chapter 15 Postscript: The Intellectual Origins of European Integration
James Ashley Morrison and José Luís Cardoso
Ch Chapter 2 Eucken’s Competition with Keynes: Beyond the Ordoliberal Allergy to the Keynesian Medicine
Raphaël Fèvre
Ch Chapter 3 Third-Way Perspectives on Order in Interwar France: Personalism and the Political Economy of François Perroux
Alexandre M. Cunha
Ch Chapter 4 Corporatism and Planning in Monnet’s Idea of Europe
Katia Caldari
Ch Chapter 5 The Construction of an International Order in the Work of Jan Tinbergen
Erwin Dekker
Ch Chapter 6 At the Origins of European Monetary Cooperation: Triffin, Bretton Woods, and the European Payments Union
Pierre-Hernan Rojas
Ch Chapter 7 Technocracy, Corporatism, and the Development of ‘Economic Parliaments’ in Interwar Europe
António Costa Pinto
Ch Chapter 8 Pluralism, Tripartism and the Foundation of the International Labour Organization
Valerio Torreggiani
Ch Chapter 9 Pluralism and Political Economy in Interwar Britain: G. D. H. Cole on Economic Planning
Carlos Suprinyak

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