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Russian Liberal Visions of Agricultural Development at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century—Litoshenko and Brutzkus

Kojima, Shuichi (1 mars 2014)

So far Russian political liberalism has been well studied, but very few studies have been devoted to Russian economic liberalism. I will throw light on the little known but very important visions of two economists, Litoshenko and Brutzkus. They were the outstanding representatives of Russian ...

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John E. King (ed.), The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics (Second edition)

Forges Davanzati, Guglielmo (1 déc. 2012)

This book—an extended version of the first Companion (2002, 405)—presents a wide range of studies falling within Post Keynesian economics, for the main purpose of establishing the basic features of this line of thought. With respect to the previous edition, 43 new entries have been added, ...

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All Frames Created Equal Are Not Identical: On the Structure of Kahneman and Tversky’s Framing Effects

Jullien, Dorian (1 juin 2016)

This paper revisits Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky’s work on framing. It shows how various conventions involved in economic theory allow for the establishment of different equivalence relations between pairs of problems in framing experiments. Following on from this, an exegesis of their ...

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Gilles Jacoud (ed.), Political Economy and Industrialism. Banks in Saint-Simonian Economic Thought

Ege, Ragip (1 mars 2012)

Saint-Simon and the intellectual movement that grew out of his work represent one of the greatest intellectual phenomena in the 19th century European history of ideas. One can assert without any exaggeration that the totality of the revolutionary attitudes that spread throughout the century carried ...

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James K. Galbraith, Inequality and Instability. A Study of the World Economy Just Before the Great Crisis

Stockhammer, Engelbert (13 sept. 2013)

James K. Galbraith has written an ambitious book. It starts off with the observation that “in a deep sense inequality was at the heart of the financial crisis” (4) and then presents almost two decades of the author’s work on inequality in twelve chapters, before returning to the issue of the ...

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Andrew Skinner, the Glasgow Edition, and Adam Smith

Young, Jeffrey T. (1 sept. 2012)

I have been asked to write a memorial article on Andrew Skinner to recount and celebrate his contributions to our subdiscipline. I am honored to do so. I first met Andrew at the ESHET meetings in 1998, which were held at the University of Bologna. However, I got to know him, and his gracious wife, ...

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Sophus A. Reinert, Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy

Kwass, Michael (13 sept. 2013)

Translating Empire provides a bold new interpretation of political economy in the age of Enlightenment. Erudite, deeply researched, and exhaustively documented, the book traces the intellectual life of John Cary’s Essay on the State of England from its birth in 1695 through its French and Italian ...

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Présentation : Walras et l’intervention publique

Potier, Jean-Pierre (1 sept. 2011)

Au mois de septembre 2010, l’Association internationale Walras célébrait, sous la double présidence de Pascal Bridel (université de Lausanne) et de Jean-Pierre Potier (université Lumière Lyon 2), le centenaire de la mort de Léon Walras (1834-1910). Cette double présidence tient d’abord ...

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La violence politique est-elle soluble dans l’économie ?

Deffains, Bruno et al. (1 janv. 2011)

Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy d’Acemoglu et Robinson (2009) et Violence and Social Orders, de North, Weingast et Wallis (2010) reprennent une ambition ancienne des sciences politiques depuis Aristote, Platon ou Montesquieu : proposer une explication des transitions politiques. Il ...

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