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Anno XXV, 2017/1
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Papers: Jorge M. Streb, What do Players Know? Nash Equilibrium and Cournot's Anticipation of the Adaptive Interpretation; Danielle Guizzo, Ethical Transformation and Government of the Self in Keynes's Economic System; Tiziana Foresti, German Historicism in North America: a New Review of Materials from Henry Walcott Farnam and Jack Carroll Myles; The history of social economy in France: Roberto Baranzini, Edward Castleton, Sophie Swaton, «Social Economy» in Nineteenth-Century France; Clément Coste, Marie Lauricella, The Social Economy of Constantin Pecqueur (1801-1887). A Little Known Contribution to the Critique of Liberal Political Economy in 19th Century France; Edward Castleton, Association, Mutualism, and Corporate Form in the Published and Unpublished Writings of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon; Roberto Baranzini, Sophie Swaton, Persistent Confusions about Walras's Conception of «Social Economy»; Alain Clément, Riccardo Soliani, From Gide to Desroche, from Cooperation to Utopia: Two Different Interpretations of Charles Fourier; Short articles and notes: Alberto Feduzi, Jochen Runde, Carlo Zappia, De Finetti and Savage on the Normative Relevance of Imprecise Reasoning: a Reply to Arthmar and Brady; Rogério Arthmar, Michael Emmett Brady, De Finetti-Savage's and Keynes-Knight's Approaches to Probability and Uncertainty: a Rejoinder to Feduzi, Runde and Zappia; Review articles: James R. Wible, A Peircean Perspective on Path Dependence in Economics: a Review Essay on Altug Yalcintas, Intellectual Path Dependence in Economics: Why Economists Do Not Reject Refuted Theories; Pascal Bridel, The (Somewhat?) Shaky Theoretical Foundations of Modern Macroeconomics: a Review Article of Michel De Vroey, A History of Macroeconomics from Keynes to Lucas and Beyond; Book reviews: Gareth Dale, Karl Polanyi. A Life on the Left (Giandomenica Becchio); Susumu Takenaga (ed.), Ricardo and the Japanese Economic Thought. Selection of Ricardo Studies in Japan during the Interwar Period (Rodolfo Signorino); Luigi Einaudi, Il Paradosso della Concorrenza, edited by Alberto Giordano (Clara Elisabetta Mattei); Erwin Dekker, The Viennese Students of Civilization (Monika Poettinger); Fiorenzo Mornati, Una Biografia Intellettuale di Vilfredo Pareto, Volume 1, Dalla Scienza alla Libertà (1848-1891) (Enrico Petracca).

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Anno XXIV, 2016/3
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Shifting Boundaries. Economics in the Crisis and the Challenge of Interdisciplinarity, STOREP 2015 Special Issue. Edited by Stefano Fiori and Mario Cedrini. Mario Cedrini, Stefano Fiori, Shifting Boundaries, within and outside Economics; Invited Papers: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Giulia Zacchia, Is History of Economics What Historians of Economic Thought Do? A Quantitative Investigation; Alan Kirman, The Complex Nature of Economic Liberalism; John B. Davis, Economics Imperialism versus Multidisciplinarity; Viktor J. Vanberg, Rationality and Rules: Behavioral Foundations and Policy Implications; Selected Papers: Ceyhun Gürkan, The Politics of Neoclassical Economics: Insights from Foucault's History of Governmentality; Fernando Chafim, Disciplinary Division within Social Sciences: Methodological Issues in Economic Imperialism and Economic Pluralism; Irène Berthonnet, Pareto-Efficiency from Pareto to Contemporary Economics; Paolo Silvestri, Disputed (Disciplinary) Boundaries: Philosophy, Economics and Value Judgments.

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Anno XXIV, 2016/2
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Papers: Theodore P. Lianos, Aristotle on Population Size; Abdul Azim Islahi, Exploration in Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought: Some Aspects of al-Asadi's Economics; D. Wade Hands,Crossing in the Night of the Cold War: Alternative Visions and Related Tensions in Western and Soviet General Equilibrium Theory; Muhammad Zahid Siddique, Mazhar Iqbal, Theory of Islamic Banking: from Genesis to Degeneration; Joao Carlos Graca, Teresa Nunes,The Liberal State, Economic Development and the Crisis of the 1890s: Joao Crisóstomo and José Frederico Laranjo; Tomas Nikodym, Lukas Nikodym, Jana Brhelova, Antonín Basch and the Economic Nature of WWII: A Liberal Approach; Andrea Pacella, Riccardo Realfonzo, Guido Tortorella Esposito, The Employment Protection Controversy in the Years of Labour Market Reforms (1990-2014); Short articles and notes: Richard J. Kent, Kahn-Hicks' Criticism of the Independence of Prices; in Keynes's Treatise on Money. A Correction; Robert W. Dimand,A Response to Michel De Vroey's Review of James Tobin; Review articles: Christos P. Baloglou, Aristotle's Economic Philosophy; Book reviews: Heinz D. Kurz and Neri Salvadori (eds), The Elgar Companion to; David Ricardo (Alessandro Roncaglia); Kenneth Dyson, States, Debt & Power: "Saints" and "Sinners" in; European History and Integration (Paolo Leti); Michel S. Zouboulakis, The Varieties of Economic Rationality. From Adam Smith to Contemporary Behavioural and Evolutionary Economics (Enrico Petracca); Piero Barucci, Simone Misiani and Manuela Mosca (eds), La cultura economica tra le due guerre (Giulia Bianchi); Alvaro Cencini and Sergio Rossi, Economic and Financial Crisis: A New Macroeconomic Analysis (Pierre-Hernan Rojas); Richard Pomfret, The Age of Equality: The Twentieth Century in Economic Perspective (Charles R. McCann, Jr.).

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Anno XXIV, 2016/1
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Alessandro Nuvolari, Douglass C. North (1920–2015); Brian J. Loasby, Knowledge in Economic Theory and Economic Systems; Papers: Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Trade, Money, and the Grievances of the Commonwealth: Economic Debates in England during the Commercial Crisis of the Early 1620's; Ioannis A. Katselidis, Unemployment and Labour Market Policy in British Economic Thought during the Late Victorian and Edwardian Era (1885–1914); Pencho D. Penchev, Defining Economic Nationalism on the Basis of 19th Century Bulgarian Experience; Rogério Arthmar, Michael Emmett Brady, The Keynes–Knight and the de Finetti–Savage's Approaches to Probability: an Economic Interpretation; Giulia Bianchi, Annual Survey of Ideas in History of Economic Thought Journals (2014–2015); Review articles: Giancarlo Bertocco, Andrea Kalajzi?, The Relevance of Post– Keynesian Economics; Book reviews: Vilfredo Pareto, Manual of Political Economy. A Critical and Variorum Edition, edited by Aldo Montesano, Alberto Zanni, Luigino Bruni, John Chipman and Michael McLure (Rogério Arthmar); Donald Winch, Secret Concatenations: Mandeville to Malthus (Gregory C. G. Moore); Gianfranco Tusset, Money as Organization. Gustavo Del Vecchio's Theory (Pascal Bridel); Jonathan B. Wight, Ethics in Economics: An Introduction to Moral Frameworks (Erwin Dekker); Masazumi Wakatabe, Japan's Great Stagnation and Abenomics. Lessons for the World (Matteo Dian); Matthew Hart, Gold: The Race for the World's Most Seductive Metal (Paul Gentle); Pedro Machado, Ocean of Trade: South Asian Merchants, Africa and the Indian Ocean, c. 1770–1850 ( Jane Hooper); Geoffrey M. Hodgson, Conceptualizing Capitalism: Institutions, Evolution, Future (Denilson Beal); Robert Dimand, James Tobin (Michel De Vroey); Abdul Azim Islahi, Economic Thinking of Arab Muslim Writers during the Nineteenth Century (Rodney Wilson).

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Anno XXIII, 2015/3
Pp. 252

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Law and Economics in 20th–century Europe: History and Methodology. Edited by Sophie Harnay and Thierry Kirat. Sophie Harnay, Thierry Kirat, Law and Economics in 20th–century Europe: History and Methodology. Introduction; Elodie Bertrand, An Underrated Originality of «The Problem of Social Cost»: The LSE Source; Samuel Ferey, Law and Economics and the Coase Theorem. A View from Coase's Papers and Correspondence; Steven G. Medema, Crossing the Atlantic with Calabresi and Coase: Efficiency, Distribution, and Justice at the Origins of Economic Analysis of Law in Britain; Roberto Pardolesi, Law and Economics in Italy: some Thoughts about the Academic and Judicial Reception of Eal; Sophie Harnay, A short History of Economic Analysis of Law in France 1980–2014. Preliminary Milestones; Cécile Bourreau–Dubois, Myriam Doriat–Duban, Law and Economics of Alimony: Marriage or Divorce?; Elisabeth Krecke, Posnerian Economic Analysis of Law and Kelsenian Legal Positivism: How Similar are They?; Régis Lanneau, To What Extent did European Legal Theory Pave the Way for an Economic Analysis of Law? Insights from Kelsen, Hart and Del Vecchio; Thierry Kirat, François Gény and Edouard Lambert. Two Legal Scholars on the Path of the Relationships between Economics and the Law.

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Anno XXIII, 2015/2
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Papers. Luis Perdices De Blas, José Luis Ramos-Gorostiza, Slavery and the Slave Trade in Spanish Economic Thought, Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries; Taner Akan, The Paradigm of Islamic Political Economy: An Institutionalist Analysis of Myth and Reality; Guglielmo Forges Davanzati, Rosario Patalano, The Economics of High Wages and the Policy Implications: Francesco Saverio Nitti's Contribution; Cristiano Antonelli, Innovation as a Creative Response. A Reappraisal of the Schumpeterian Legacy; Manuel Pazos Casado, Rocío Sánchez-Lissen, María Teresa Sanz Díaz, TheWork of Heinrich von Stackelberg Published in Spain (1944-1966); Carlo Zappia, Keynes on Probability and Decision: Evidence from the Correspondence with Hugh Townshend; Notes and comments. Anthony M. Endres, David A. Harper, Dr. Braun's Exposition of Carl Menger's Capital Theory: Was There a Fundamental Break?; Eduard Braun, What Must Not, Cannot Be for Endres and Harper: Capital Theory without Production?; Review articles. Andrea Salanti, From Searching for General Laws to Building Models: A Piece of Global History of Economics; Giulia Bianchi, Economic Theory and Social Reality: An Intriguing Comparison; Book reviews. Carlo Cristiano, The Political and Economic Thought of the Young Keynes. Liberalism, Markets and Empire (Donnini Macciò); Léon Walras, Elements of Theoretical Economics or the Theory of Social Wealth (Mueller); James Forder, Macroeconomics and the Phillips Curve Myth (Gentle); Jerry F. Hough and Robin Grier, The Long Process of Development. Building Markets and States in Pre-industrial England, Spain, and Their Colonies (Ramos-Gorostiza); David M. Kotz, The Rise and Fall of Neoliberal Capitalism (Colombatto); Stefan Kolev, Neoliberale Staatsverständnisse im Vergleich (Nientiedt); Roger E. Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine (eds), A Historiography of the Modern Social Sciences (Petracca); Riccardo Bellofiore and Scott Carter, Towards a New Understanding of Sraffa. Insights from Archival Research (Bellino); Mike Hill and Warren Montag, The Other Adam Smith (Andrew); Craufurd D. Goodwin, Walter Lippmann: Public Economist (Medema).

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Anno XXIII, 2015/1
Pp. 212

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Editorial Announcement; Richard E. Wagner, Gordon Tullock: a Conspectus on His Life's Work; Giuseppe Fontana, Riccardo Realfonzo, Augusto Graziani, a Leading Italian Post Keynesian Economist; Papers: José M. Menudo, Ramón Tortajada, Sir James Steuart on Double Competition and Market Stability; Farhad Rassekh, Comparative Advantage in Smith's Wealth of Nations and Ricardo's Principles: a Brief History of its Early Development; Eduard Braun, Carl Menger's Contribution to Capital Theory; Scott Scheall, Hayek's Epistemic Theory of Industrial Fluctuations; Symposium: Pier Francesco Asso, Piero Roggi, Manuela Mosca, Marco Guidi, Dictionaries in the History of Economics: a Symposium on Massimo Augello's Gli economisti accademici italiani dell'Ottocento. Una storia "documentale".; Review articles: Pier Luigi Porta, The Legacy of Mark Blaug; Giulia Bianchi, Ricardo's Travels All Around the World; Claudio Sardoni, Searching for the Microfoundations of Macroeconomics; Book reviews: Riccardo Faucci, A History of Italian Economic Thought (Tribe); Jens Hölscher and Matthias Klaes (eds), Keynes's Economic Consequences of the Peace: a Reappraisal (Cristiano); Timothy P. Roth, Economists and the State. What Went Wrong (Barrotta); Luca Tedesco (ed.), Antonio de Viti de Marco dalla scienza alla lotta (Mosca); Sergio Cremaschi, Utilitarianism and Malthus's Virtue Ethics: Respectable, Happy and Virtuous(Waterman); Till Düppe and E. Roy Weintraub, Finding Equilibrium. Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the Problem of Scientific Credit (Boumans); Walter A. Friedman, Fortune Tellers. The Story of America's First Economic Forecasters (Köster); Christophe Lamfalussy, Ivo Maes, Sabine Péters, Alexandre Lamfalussy: The Wise Man of the Euro (Pelle); Heinz D. Kurz and Neri Salvadori, Revisiting Classical Economics. Studies in Long-period Analysis (Meacci).

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Anno XXII, 2014/3
Pp. 196

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A Great Depression, Again? Edited by Roberto Marchionatti, Jonathan Kirshner and Jan Kregel Roberto Marchionatti, Jonathan Kirshner and Jan Kregel, Introduction; Section I. The 1930s and Now. Luca Fantacci, From the Great Depression to the current crisis: more than analogy, genealogy; Jonathan Kirshner, International relations then and now: why the Great Recession was not the Great Depression; Luca Einaudi, Global economic crisis and international cooperation in a historical perspective; Section II. Economists and the Depressions. Keynes's and Minsky's perspectives. Anna M. Carabelli and Mario A. Cedrini, Keynes, the Great Depression, and international economic relations; Jan Kregel, Economists and depression: did it happen again? On Minsky's financial macroeconomics; Section III. Images of Hard Times. Great Depression Movies. Giaime Alonge, «We're the people that live». The Grapes of Wrath from novel to film; Leonardo Gandini, Crime as business; Andrea Mattacheo, Shadows of forgotten men. Film noir and the Great Depression's imagination: Murder, My Sweet; Giulia Carluccio, Great Depression and pre-noir mood in The Petrified Forest.

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Anno XXII, 2014/2
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Pedro Nuno Teixeira, Gary Stanley Becker (1930-2014). Economics as a study of human behaviour; Papers: Serge Svizzero, Pre-Neolithic economy; Theodore P. Lianos, Xenophon's theory of money; Stefano Fiori, Adam Smith and the unintended consequences of history; Ufuk Karagöz, The neoclassical Robinson: antecedents and implications; Luca Fiorito, William Fielding Ogburn and the Institutionalists. A case of theoretical and methodological convergence?; Review articles: Pedro Garcia Duarte, Microfoundations excavated; Alex Tabarrok, Thomas Piketty's terrifying vision; book reviews Timothy Shenk, Maurice Dobb: Political Economist (Despain); Daniel Stedman Jones, Masters of the Universe (Van Horn); Shahrukh Rafi Khan, A History of Development Economic Thought. Challenges and Counter-Challenges (Bellanca); David Simpson, The Rediscovery of Classical Economics: Adaptation, Complexity and Growth (Kates); Steven Kates, Defending the History of Economic Thought (Schliesser); Neil Hart, Alfred Marshall and Modern Economics: Equilibrium Theory and Evolutionary Economics (Loasby); Heinrich von Stackelberg, Market Structure and Equilibrium (Pouch).

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Anno XXII, 2014/1
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Aspects of the History Of Welfare Economics. Edited by Tamotsu Nishizawa, Katia Caldari and Marco Dardi. Tamotsu Nishizawa, Katia Caldari and Marco Dardi, Introduction; Yuichi Shionoya, Ruskin's romantic triangle: neither wealth nor beauty but life; Katia Caldari, Tamotsu Nishizawa, Marshall's 'welfare economics' and 'welfare': a reappraisal based on his unpublished manuscript on progress; Marco Dardi, Ante-litteram anti-welfarism: the case of Marshall and Pareto; Lise Arena, The evolution of labour welfare after the birth of scientific management: Economics of Fatigue and Unrest revisited; Steven G. Medema, Neither misunderstood nor ignored: the early reception of Coase's wider challenge to the analysis of externalities; Reiko Gotoh, The equality of the differences: Sen's critique of Rawls's theory of justice and its implications for welfare economics.

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Anno XXI, 2013/3
Pp. 168

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Papers: Cosma Orsi, Poverty and subsistence. The Mercantilist point of view; Martin Grancay and Nora Szikorova, History of the principle of comparative advantage revisited: what makes a satisfactory definition?; Emmanuel S. de Dios, Gregorio Sancianco: an early advocate of presumptive taxation; Alberto Zanni, Say's law of markets as interpreted by Jenkin, Pareto, Einaudi and the Italian economists of the past; Short articles and notes: Rodolfo Signorino, Price theory and u.s. antitrust: a note on an enduring legal doctrine; Review articles: Benjamin Mitra-Kahn and Daniel Hirschman, Kuznets' lost legacy; Book reviews: Fabrizio Bientinesi, La parziale eccezione: Costi comparati e teorie del commercio internazionale in Italia dalla metà dell'Ottocento alla seconda guerra mondiale (Maneschi); Vincent Barnett, E.E. Slutsky as Economist and Mathematician. Crossing the Limits of Knowledge (Moscati); Basileios A. Kyrkos and Christos P. Baloglou (eds), [Aristotle's] OEconomica; Christos P. Baloglou, Contributions on the OEconomica [by Aristotle] (Argitis); Daniele Besomi (ed.), Crises and Cycles in Economic Dictionaries and Encyclopaedias (Erreygers); Tyler Beck Goodspeed, Rethinking the Keynesian Revolution: Keynes, Hayek, and the Wicksell Connection (Klausinger); Bruno Dyck, Management and the Gospel: Luke's Radical Message for the First and Twenty First Centuries (Gotsis); Richard D. Wolff and Stephen A. Resnick, Contending Economic Theories. Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian (Sardoni); Referees 2010-2013.

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Anno XXI, 2013/2
Pp. 152

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On ronald coase: Alain Marciano, In memoriam: Ronald Coase (1910-2013); Virgile Chassagnon, Christel Vivel, Frank H. Knight and Ronald H. Coase on the nature of the capitalist firm: an analysis of their seminal contributions (1921-1937); Papers: Irène Berthonnet, North vs Williamson: the debate over institutions' efficiency; Lennart Erixon, Formalizing a new approach to economic policy: Bent Hansen and the Rehn-Meidner model; Alex Millmow, Brotherly love and the making of a British economist; Review articles: Paolo Paesani, From affluence to austerity in post-war Britain: there and back again; Book reviews: Erik S. Reinert, Francesca L. Viano (eds), Thorstein Veblen: Economics for an Age of Crises (Cavalieri); Chantal Saucier (transl.) and Mark Thornton (ed.), An Essay on Economic Theory: Essai Sur La Nature Du Commerce En Général by Richard Cantillon (Gentle); Benn Steil, The Battle of Bretton Woods. John Maynard Keynes, Harry Dexter White, and the Making of a New World Order (Maes); Olav Bjerkholt and Duo Quin (eds), A Dynamic Approach to Economic Theory. Lectures by Ragnar Frisch at Yale University; Olav Bjerkholt and Ariane Dupont-Kieffer (eds), Problems and Methods of Econometrics. The Poincaré Lectures of Ragnar Frisch, 1; (Moscati); Cosimo Perrotta, Claudia Sunna (a cura di), L'arretratezza del Mezzogiorno. Le idee, l'economia, la storia (Benassi).

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Anno XXI, 2013/1
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Pedro N. Teixeira, Albert O. Hirschman (1915-2012): the passions and interests of an engagiert economist; Papers: Jérôme Maucourant, Montchrestien 1615: the beginnings of political economy?; Alain Clément, French economic liberalism and the colonial issue at the beginning of the Second colonial Empire (1830-1870); Fernando Toboso, Methodological developments in the Old and the New Institutional Economics; Stefano Figuera, The debate on the evolution of the payment system between free-banking and central banking; Book reviews: Friedrich August Hayek, Business cycles (Besomi); Lawrence H. White, The Clash of Economic Ideas: The Great Policy Debates and Experiments of the Last Hundred Years (Klausinger); Paolo Heritier and Paolo Silvestri (eds), Good Government, Governance, Human Complexity. Luigi Einaudi's Legacy and Contemporary Societies (Giordano); Ivo Maes, A Century of Macroeconomic and Monetary Thought at the National Bank of Belgium (De Vroey); Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Edward O. Price III, The Economics of Edwin Chadwick: Incentives Matter (Gentle); Pompeo Della Posta (a cura di), Crisi dell'economia e crisi della teoria economica. Teoria tradizionale e nuova economia civile a confronto (Caruso).

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Anno XX, 2012/3
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Mini-symposium on the Interface: Between History of Economic Thought and Economic Theory. Herrade Igersheim and Sylvie Rivot, Introduction; Nicola Giocoli, Crossed destinies: law and economics meets the history of economic thought; Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira, History of economic analysis as analysis of historic economics; Ragip Ege, History of economic thought as text analysis. Some methodological considerations; Claude Diebolt, The cliometric voice; Papers: Michael Emmett Brady and Rogério Arthmar, Keynes, Boole and the interval approach to probability; Cornel Ban, Heinrich von Stackelberg and the diffusion of Ordoliberal economics in Franco's Spain; Claude Schwob, Shaping a new international commercial order: a comparison of a number of concepts developed in the first half of the 20th century; Interviews: Viviana Di Giovinazzo, Memories of a long-standing friendship: János Kornai reports on Tibor Scitovsky; review articles N. Emrah Aydinonat, «People are not usually stupid», but is this enough for economics?; Book reviews: Susan Howson, Lionel Robbins (Heukelom); Lee McGowan, The Antitrust Revolution in Europe. Exploring the European Commission's Cartel Policy (Giocoli); David Wilson andWilliam Dixon,A History of Homo Economicus. The nature of the moral in economic theory (Cremaschi).

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Anno XX, 2012/2
Pp. 216

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Siena workshop: Massimo Di Matteo, Franco Donzelli, Introduction; Mario Pomini, From steady state to dynamic equilibrium: the perspective in the interwar period; Gianfranco Tusset, Individual and market inertia in Luigi Amoroso's cycle model; Franco Donzelli, Hicks on Walrasian equilibrium in the 1930s and beyond; Michel De Vroey, Pierre Malgrange, From The Keynesian Revolution to the Klein-Goldberger model: Klein and the dynamization of Keynesian theory; Serena Sordi, Alessandro Vercelli, Genesis and foundations of the multiplier: Marx, Kalecki and Keynes; Ferdinando Meacci, The disappointment of expectations and the theory of fluctuations; Review articles and notes: Giacomo Becattini, The dissemination of economic ideas; Book reviews: Sophus A. Reinert, Translating Empire: Emulation and the Origins of Political Economy (McCormick); Alberto Giacomin and Maria Cristina Marcuzzo (eds), Money and Markets: A Doctrinal Approach (Hirai); Ross B. Emmett (ed.), The Elgar Companion to the Chicago School of Economics (McCann Jr.); Daniel Steel and Francesco Guala, The Philosophy of Social Science Reader (Martini); Giovanni Michelagnoli, Ezio Tarantelli - Economic Theory and Industrial Relations (Ghiani); Books Received.

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Anno XX, 2012/1
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Lost masters and friends: Marcel Boumans, Mark Blaug (1927-2011). An unrepentant Lakatosian; Stavros A. Drakopoulos, Professor Anastassios Karayiannis: an obituary; Papers: Maria Pia Paganelli, David Hume on public credit; Nathalie Sigot, Ghislain Deleplace, From 'annuity notes' to bank notes: a change in Bentham's theory of money; Alberto Zanni, Marshall and Sraffa on competition and returns in Cournot; Symposium on Federico Caffè. Public policy and economic thought: Paolo Ramazzotti, Introduction; Roberto Schiattarella, Caffè and the «craft of economist»; Luciano Marcello Milone, The roots of the International Monetary Fund's difficulties: the pioneering contribution of Federico Caffè; Michele Cangiani and Pietro Frigato, Federico Caffè and institutional economics; Paolo Ramazzotti, The «solitude of the reformist». Public policy and value judgments in the work of Federico Caffè; Review articles: Andreas Ortmann and Benoit Walraevens, Adam Smith, philosopher and man of the world; Book reviews: Alex Millmow, The Power of Economic Ideas: The Origins of Keynesian Macroeconomic Management in Interwar Australia 1929-1; (Klausinger); Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen, Darwin's Conjecture. The Search for General Principles of Social & Economic Evolution (Raffaelli); Malcolm Rutherford, The Institutionalist Movement in American Economics, 1918-1947: Science and Social Control ( Johnson); Serena Di Gaspare (ed.), Henry A. Abbati: Keynes' Forgotten Precursor. Selected Writings (Cristiano); Ragip Ege and Herrade Igersheim (eds), Freedom and Happiness in Economic Thought and Philosophy: from Clash to Reconciliation (Edwards); Willie Henderson, The Origins of David Hume's Economics (Wennerlind); Roger E. Backhouse and Bradley W. Bateman, A Capitalist Revolutionary. John Maynard Keynes (Raffaelli); Samuel Hollander, Friedrich Engels and Marxian Political Economy (King); Books Received.

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Anno XIX, 2011/3
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Steven G. Medema, Remembering Warren J. Samuels; Papers: Wolfgang Grassl, Amand Schindler (1742-1782): an advocate of free trade in the Bohemian Enlightenment; Jean-Louis Peaucelle andCameron Guthrie, How Adam Smith found inspiration in French texts on pin making in the Eighteenth century; Daniele Besomi, The fabrication of a myth: Clement Juglar's commercial crises in the secondary literature; Giuseppe Fontana, The role of money and interest rates in the theory of monetary policy: an attempt at perspective; Hansjörg Klausinger, Hayek and Kaldor: close encounter at lse; Review articles: Giulia Bianchi, Are industrial districts "one of the most relevant socio-economic phenomena"?; Book reviews: André Tiran (ed.), Jean-Baptiste Say. Influences, critiques et posterite (Eyguesier); Barry Eichengreen, Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar (Maes); Henry W. de Jong and William G. Shepherd, Pioneers of Industrial Organization. How the Economics of Competition and Monopoly Took Shape (Mosca); Robert W. Dimand, Robert A. Mundell and Alessandro Vercelli (eds), Keynes's General Theory after Seventy Years (Rivot); Alberto Giordano, Contro il regime. Panfilo Gentile e l'opposizione liberale alla partitocrazia (1945-1970); Giovanni Orsina, L'alternativa liberale. Malagodi e l'opposizione al centrosinistra (Cubeddu); Elvira Vilches, New World Gold: Cultural Anxiety and Monetary Disorder in Early Modern Spain (Monsalve); Julio G. Lopez and Michaël Assous, Michal Kalecki (Lampa); N. Phillips and C. Weaver (eds), International Political Economy: Debating the Past, Present and Future (Rangil); Gilles Jacoud (ed.), Political Economy and Industrialism. Banks in Saint-Simonian Economic Thought (Zouache); Nahid Aslanbeigui and Guy Oakes, The provocative Joan Robinson. The Making of a Cambridge Economist (Dardi); Tiziano Raffaelli, Giacomo Becattini, Katia Caldari and Marco Dardi (eds), The Impact of Alfred Marshall's Ideas: The Global Diffusion of his Work (McCann Jr.); Edward J. O'Boyle (ed.), Looking Beyond the Individualism & Homo Economicus of Neoclassical Economics. A Collection of Original Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Peter L. Danner, Our Friend and Colleague (Zamberlan); Books Received.

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Anno XIX, 2011/2
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Papers: Sebastiano Nerozzi and Pierluigi Nuti, Adam Smith and the family; Nicolas Postel and Richard Sobel, Towards a heterodox theory of the economic actor. The contribution of two French institutionalist schools; Sylvie Rivot,Where to draw the line between laissez-faire and planning? Keynes and Friedman on public and semi-public institutions; Santiago Chelala, A note on downward inflexibility of prices and the origin of the term «oligopoly» in Thomas More's Utopia; The 2007 financial crisis and the great recession: alternative views of key issues. Giuseppe Fontana and Riccardo Realfonzo, Introduction; Philip Arestis and Elias Karakitsos, Current financial crisis and regulatory implications; Emiliano Brancaccio and Giuseppe Fontana, From maestro to villain of modern monetary policy: a critical assessment of the 'Greenspan put' as the main cause of the global crisis; Malcolm Sawyer, «'It'» keeps almost happening: post-Keynesian perspectives on the financial crisis and the Great Recession; Aurélie Charles, The Great Recession and ethnic inequality in the us labour force; Andy Ross, What it feels like to tackle a crisis; Review articles: J. Patrick Gunning, Market process, knowledge and equilibrium in retrospect; Nicola Meccheri, Power, law and economics and institutions; Book reviews: Ian R. Harper and Samuel Gregg (eds), Christian Theology and Market Economics (Finn); Jesus Huerta de Soto, The Austrian School: Market Order and Entrepreneurial Creativity (Neri); Nicholas Russell, Communicating Science. Professional, Popular, Literary (Martini); Jean-François Ponsot and Sergio Rossi (eds), The Political Economy of Monetary Circuits: Tradition and Change in Post-Keynesian Economics (Cavalieri); Roger E. Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine (eds), The History of the Social Sciences since 1945 (Mata); Jan Horst Keppler, Adam Smith and the Economy of the Passions (Rashid); Books Received.

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Anno XIX, 2011/1
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Fernando Estrada, Benoit Mandelbrot (1924-2010): a Greek among Romans; Papers: George Gotsis and Stavros Drakopoulos, The economics of the early Christian rhetoric: the case of the Second Petrine Epistle of the New Testament; Alighiero Erba, Economic structure and national accounting: G. Ortes' contribution to economic science; Robert B. Ekelund Jr. and Mark Thornton, Galileo, Smith and the paradox of value: the 'connection' of art and science; Aldo Montesano, Ricardo on machinery.What matters: technical progress or substitution of machines for circulating capital?; Magnus Henrekson, Perspectives on the success and early history of the Industrial Institute for Economic and Social Research (iui ); Alessandro Lanteri, Douglas, Gesell, and the Economic Ethics of Ezra Pound; Review article: Ivan Moscati, The visible hand historically X-rayed; Book reviews: Craig F. Freedman, Chicago Fundamentalism: Ideology and Methodology in Economics (Emmett); L. Randall Wray and Mathew Forstater (eds), Keynes and Macroeconomics after 70 Years: Critical Assessments of The General Theory (Kates); Donald E. Frey, America's Economic Moralists (Barrows); Ted McCormick, William Petty and the Ambitions of Political Arithmetic (Perelman); Geoffrey C. Harcourt and Prue Kerr, Joan Robinson (Marcuzzo); George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller, Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism (Di Giovinazzo); Riccardo Bellofiore and Roberto Fineschi (eds), Re-reading Marx. New Perspectives After the Critical Edition (Gattei); Roger E. Backhouse and Tamotsu Nishizawa (eds), No Wealth But Life (Neill); Anthony Brewer, The Making of the Classical Theory of Economic Growth (Groenewegen); Spencer J. Pack, Aristotle, Adam Smith and Karl Marx: On Some Fundamental Issues in 21st Century Political Economy (Brewer).

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Anno XVIII, 2010/3
Pp. 248

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Papers: Erdem Ozgur, Charles Babbage: an inadvertent development economist; Steven Kates, Influencing Keynes: the intellectual origins of the General Theory; Paul A. Samuelson (1915-2009): theorist, historian and intellectual: Steven G. Medema, Anthony M. C. Waterman, Paul Anthony Samuelson: historian of economic thought; Andrew Farrant, Edward McPhail, No good deed goes unpunished? Revisiting the Hayek-Samuelson exchange over Hayek's alleged 'inevitability' thesis; Gavin Kennedy, Paul Samuelson and the invention of the modern economics of the Invisible Hand; Pedro Garcia Duarte, Beyond Samuelson's chapter on Ramsey; Craig Freedman, The Chicago School. A conversation with Paul Samuelson; Giuseppe Bertola, Samuelson and switching of techniques; Reviews article: Duccio Cavalieri, Neoliberalism under debate; Sasan Fayazmanesh, A sentimental journey through Marxian economics; Book reviews: Marion Fourcade, Economists and Societies. Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain, & France, 1890s to 1990s (Bianchi); Murray Milgate and Shannon C. Stimson, After Adam Smith: A Century of Transformation in Politics and Political Economy (Rassekh); R. Scazzieri, A. Sen and S. Zamagni (eds), Markets, Money and Capital. Hicksian Economics for the Twenty-first Century (Di Matteo); Cyrille Ferraton, 'Les valeurs guident et accompagnent notre recherche': L'institutionnalisme de Myrdal (Dostaler); Tony Aspromourgos, The Science of Wealth - Adam Smith and the Framing of Political Economy (Vaggi); Michael B. Gill, The British Moralists on Human Nature and the Birth of Secular Ethics (Drakopoulou Dodd).

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Anno XVIII, 2010/2
Pp. 256

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Complexity and the organization of economic life (edited by David A. Lane and Pietro Terna): David A. Lane and Pietro Terna, Introduction; Introduction to complexity and historical antecedents: Roberto Serra, A complex view of complex systems science; J. Stanley Metcalfe, Complexity and emergence in economics: the road from Smith to Hayek (via Marshall and Schumpeter); Francisco Louçã, Bounded Heresies. Early intuitions of complexity in economics; Roberto Marchionatti, J. M. Keynes, thinker of economic complexity; Current research directions: W. Brian Arthur, Complexity, the Santa Fe approach, and non-equilibrium economics; Magda Fontana, The Santa Fe Perspective on economics: emerging patterns in the science of complexity; Flaminio Squazzoni, The impact of agent-based models in the social sciences after 15 years of incursions.

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Anno XVIII, 2010/1
Pp. 256

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Papers: Benoît Walraevens, Adam Smith’s economics and the Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres. The language of commerce; Stefano Perri, From «the Loaf of Bread» to «Commodity-Fetishism»: a ‘New Interpretation’ of the Marx-Sraffa connection; Geoff Tily, The critical steps in the transition from the Treatise to the General Theory: an alternative interpretation motivated by the work of Toshiaki Hirai; Francesco Forte, Sergio Steve as a public economist; Sub-session on neuronomics: Stefano Fiori, Tiziano Raffaelli, Re-thinking economics: a contribution from neuroscience and other recent approaches; Giorgio Coricelli, Rosemarie Nagel, The neuroeconomics of depth of strategic reasoning; Nathan Berg, Gerd Gigerenzer, As-if behavioral economics: neoclassical economics in disguise?; Roberta Patalano, Imagination and economics at the crossroads: materials for a dialogue; David Polezzi, Davide Rigoni, Lorella Lotto, Rino Rumiati, Giuseppe Sartori, Inhibition and pleasure: economic risk-taking in the brain; Review articles: Nicola Giocoli, John von Neumann’s panmathematical view; Cosimo Perrotta, Giacomo Becattini and local economy; Book reviews: Donald R. Stabile, The Living Wage (Gaffney); Vincent Barnett and Joachim Zweynert (eds), Economics in Russia: Studies in Intellectual History (Allisson); Mark Thornton, The Quotable Mises (Gentle); Koen Stapelbroek, Love, Self-Deceit, and Money. Commerce and Morality in the Early Neapolitan Enlightenment (Vivenza); Janet T. Knoedler, Robert E. Prasch and Dell Champlin (eds), Thorstein Veblen and the Revival of Free Market Capitalism (Foresti); J. Patrick Raines and Charles G. Leathers, Debt, Innovations, and Deflation: The Theories of Veblen, Fisher, Schumpeter, and Minsky (Fayazmanesh).

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Anno XVII, 2009/3
Pp. 224

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Fabrizio Simon, Criminology and economic ideas in the age of Enlightenment; Carlos Bastien, José Luís Cardoso, Uses and abuses of political economy in Portuguese parliamentary debates (1850-1910); Tiziano Raffaelli, Industry and trade reconsidered; Anastassios D. Karayiannis, The Marshallian entrepreneur; Olav Bjerkholt, The making of the Leif Johansen multi-sectoral model; Rogério Arthmar, Michael Emmet Brady, Patinkin, Keynes and the Z curve; Farhad Rassekh, In the shadow of the invisible hand. Short articles and notes: Alberto Zanni, A letter on Professor Chipman’s translations of Pareto; James C. W. Ahiakpor, Was David Hume a deflationist? A critique of Paganelli’s interpretation; Maria Pia Paganelli, Response to Ahiakpor. Book reviews.

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Anno XVII, 2009/2
Pp. 192

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The Political Economy of Saint-Simonism, Edited by Abdallah Zouache.
Abdallah Zouache, Introduction. The place of Saint-Simonism in the history of political economy. The foundations of Saint-Simonian political economy: Riccardo Soliani, Claude-Henri de Saint-Simon: hierarchical socialism?; Michel Bellet, On the utilitarian roots of Saint-Simonism: from Bentham to Saint-Simon; Abdallah Zouache and Bernard Boureille, How to coordinate economic activities in a social order: an essay on the Saint-Simonian economic doctrine (1825-1832). The legacy of Saint-Simonism in Europe: Riccardo Faucci and Antonella Rancan, Transforming the economy: Saint-Simon and his influence on Mazzini; Anthony Howe, British liberalism and the legacy of Saint-Simon: the case of Richard Cobden; Alfonso Sánchez Hormigo, Saint-Simonism and economic thought in Spain (1834-1848); Christos P. Baloglou, The diffusion of the ideas of Saint-Simon in the Hellenic State and their reception thereby (1825-1837).

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Anno XVII, 2009/1
Pp. 252

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Salim Rashid, James Anderson, Fisheries and Regional Economic Development in Scotland; Carlo Cristiano, Alfred Marshall and J. Neville Keynes on Deductive Economics and «Economic Biology» (ca. 1885-1907); Mario Pomini, The Paretian Tradition of Dynamic General Equilibrium in Italy’s Interwar Period; Giancarlo Bertocco, The Economics of Financing Firms: Two Different Approaches; John S. Chipman, Some Papers of Pareto from the French and German (Vilfredo Pareto, The Curve of the Distribution of Wealth; Vilfredo Pareto, Some Examples of the Application of Methods of Interpolation to Statistics; Vilfredo Pareto, The Application of Mathematics to Political Economy; Vilfredo Pareto, Two Letters to Edgeworth); Riccardo Faucci, Some More Information on Pareto’s «Anwendungen». Review articles: Thomas C. Leonard, Redeemed by History; Tiziano Raffaelli, Old and New Perspectives on the Co-evolution of Technology and Business Organization; G. C. Harcourt, A Revolution yet To Be Accomplished; Alberto Zanni, Half a Century from the Rome Treaty to the Financial Stability Forum. Book Reviews. Call for papers.

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Anno XVI, 2008/3
Pp. 176

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J. Hart, Terence Hutchison (1912-2007); A. Balestrino, Richard Musgrave and His Band of Merit Goods; D. P. Sotiropoulos, G. Economakis, Trade Unions and the Wages Fund Theory: on the Significance of Mill's Recantation and Some Notes on Marx's Theoretical Intervention; F. Cassata, A 'Scientific Basis' for Fascism: the Neo-Organicism of Corrado Gini; L. Tsoulfidis, Keynes on the Marginal Efficiency of Capital and the Great Depression; Symposium. The Near Death Experience of the History of Economics in Australia: S. Kates, A. Millmow, A Canary in the Coalmine: the Near Death Experience of the History of Economics in Australia; A. Montesano, Economics, History of Economic Thought, and Mathematics; I. Moscati, The Canary in Context; T. Aspromourgos, Social Science and Intellectual History; S. Bostaph, Comment on «A Canary in the Coalmine»; A. M. C. Waterman, Two Kinds of 'History of Economics'; S. Kates, A. Millmow, A Canary in the Coalmine. a Re-joinder. Short Articles and notes: J. C. W. Ahiakpor, On Aspromourgos's Mistaken Reading of Adam Smith's Price Theory; T. Aspromourgos, Demand and Smith's Price Theory. a Rejoinder. Review Articles: B. Simboli, solidaristic economics; B. Caldwell, History in the Service of Ideology. Book reviews.

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Anno XVI, 2008/1-2
Pp. 264

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Economic Policy during the Planning Era in Italy. Theories, History, and Documents, edited by Riccardo Faucci.
R. Faucci, Introduction: the Parable of Economic Reformism in the 1960s; M. L. Marinelli, The 1963-1964 Crisis and the Modigliani-La Malfa Models; E. Ghiani, At the Origins of the nairu: Supply Shock and Economic Policy in the 1960s Italian Experience; A. M. Binotti, E. Ghiani, At the Origins of the nairu: Short-term Economic Policy and the Development of the First Italian Macroeconometric Models; A. Rancan, The Italian ‘Metaphysical Adventure’ of Economic Planning as Seen Through the Italian Newspapers (1962-1964); C. Cristiano, Changing Views on Incomes Policy and Economic Planning. Pasquale Saraceno and the Italian Experience, 1962-1964; T. Foresti, The National Committee for Economic Planning (1962-1964): Ferdinando di Fenizio’s Participation; S. Pochini, Economic Programming in the European Community Countries (1962-1967). Elements for a Comparison; G. Pizzanelli, First Trials of Regional Planning; S. Spalletti, The Economics of Education in Italy (1960-1975). An Outlook of Economic Planning. Short Notes and Discussions: P. Silvestri, On Einaudi’s Liberal Heritage; A. Giordano, On Einaudi’s Liberal Heritage. A Short Reply.

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Anno XV, 2007/3
Pp. 212

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M. P. Paganelli, «The good policy of the magistrate»: Deflation as a Policy Option in David Hume’s Economic Essays; T. Aspromourgos, Adam Smith’s Treatment of Market Prices and Their Relation to «Supply» and «Demand»; J. L. Ramos Gorostiza, L. E. Pires Jiménez, Julio Senador and the Spreading of Georgism in Spain: Towards the Single Tax Using Regenerationist Rhetoric; F. Donzelli, Equilibrium and tâtonnement in Walras’s Eléments; V. Grembi, The Imperialistic Aim of Economics: at the Origin of the Economic Analysis of Law. Review article: D. M. Levy, The Puzzle of Jevons. Book reviews.

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Anno XV, 2007/2

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On Milton Friedman: R. E. Backhouse, Milton Friedman and the scope and method of economics; T. Cozzi, Milton Friedman: liberalism, money and inflation; C. Freedman, De mortuis nil nisi bonum · Milton Friedman 1912-2006. Papers: W. J. Samuels, Adam Smith’s History of Astronomy argument: how broadly does it apply? And where do propositions which «sooth the imagination» come from?; J. Astigarraga, J. Zabalza, Political economy in the first Spanish general encyclopaedia. Mora’s economic entries in the Enciclopedia Moderna (1851-1855); A. Zanni, Pareto on Ricardo and Bastable’s comparative costs; S. Fiori, Cabiati and the debate on market socialism. Review article: S. Cremaschi, Merchants, Master-Manufacturers and Greedy People, a review of McCloskey’s The Bourgeois Virtues. Book reviews. Call for papers.

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Anno XV, 2007/1

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New Perspectives on the Schumpeter Frontier, edited by C. Seidl.
C. Seidl, Preface. Neo-Schumpeterian Economics: H. Hanusch, A. Pyka, Manifesto for Comprehensive Neo-Schumpeterian Economics; C. Seidl, Neo-Schumpeterian Tax Reform: The Case of Germany. Schumpeterian Evolution and Sociology: Y. Shionoya, Schumpeter and Evolution: A Philosophical Interpretation; J. S. Metcalfe, Alfred Marshall and the General Theory of Evolutionary Economics; R. Faucci, Max Weber's Influence on Schumpeter. Innovations and Creative Destruction: M. Casson, N. Wadeson, The Search for Entrepreneurial Opportunity; P. Kesting, Why Innovations have to Overcome Routine; P. J. Hammond, Schumpeterian Innovation in Modelling Decisions, Games, and Economic Behaviour; A. M. Diamond, The Neglect of Creative Destruction in Micro-principles Texts.

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Anno XIV, 2006/3

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E. Özveren, Economic Agents, Rationality and the Institutional Setup : The Advent of homo oeconomicus in the Representations of Levant; A. Tiran, Jean Baptiste Say: the Project For a Monetary Reform in David Ricardo’s Style; M. J. Gootzeit, Wicksell’s two Real Cumulative Processes described a Real Cycle; A. Montesano, The Paretian Theory of Ophelimity in Closed and Open Cycles; P. Scapparone, The Paretian Theory of Ophelimity in Closed and Open Cycles. A commentary; P. Rosner, Theodor Hertzka and the Utopia of Freiland. Review articles: G. Tily, Post-Keynesianism for Central Bankers; N. E. Aidynonat, Institutions: Theory, History and Context-specific Analysis. Book reviews.

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Anno XIV, 2006/2

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A. Denis, Collective and individual rationality: Robert Malthus’s heterodox theodicy; G. Curreri, The debate on machinery: why Ricardo misunderstood Malthus; D. Besomi, Tendency to equilibrium, the possibility of crisis, and the history of business cycle theories; A. Maneschi, The filiation of economic ideas: Marx, Schumpeter, Georgescu-Roegen. Short articles and notes: M. De Vroey, Keynesian Theory and Involuntary Unemployment. A Reply to Hamouda; O. F. Hamouda, Keynesian Theory without Keynes: A Reply to Michel De Vroey. Review article: C. Zappia, Hayek’s subjectivist heritage: a note on Caldwell and Ebenstein. Book reviews.

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Anno XIV, 2006/1

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N. J. Theocarakis, Nicomachean Ethics in Political Economy: The trajectory of the problem of value; J. E. King and J. Marangos, Two arguments for Basic Income: Thomas Paine (1737-1809) and Thomas Spence (1750-1814); B. Ingrao, Destructive behaviour: economics and literature; A. Tobon, Kahn-Hicks’ criticism of the independence of prices in Keynes’s Treatise on Money. Review articles: I. Moscati, The logic of experimental discovery; K. S. Lee, How (not) to shed light on the experiment in economics; O. F. Hamouda, The Era of Ex Falso Quodlibet: an example. Book reviews.

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Anno XIII, 2005/3

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P. D. Groenewegen, Was John Stuart Mill a classical economist?; L. Valladao de Mattos, Mill’s transformational view of human nature; A. Moneta, Some peculiarities of the concept of casuality in macroeconometrics. Mathematics and statistics in economics. A symposium: Editorial Note; D. McCloskey, The trouble with mathematics and statistics in economics; M. Dardi, Is economics really so sick?; M. Egidi, How uncritical is the standard mentality of academic economists?; R. Marchionatti, Why did economic science take the Samuelsonian path and what is the alternative?; M. Fontana, A feasible route to answering ‘how much’. Review article: M. Dardi, From consistency to reasons in individual and social choise. Book reviews.

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Anno XIII, 2005/2

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S. Hollander, Jean-Baptiste Say and the Classical Canon in Economics: Land-Based Growth Theory; A. Rancan, A Study in the Economic Culture of a Strong People: The Italian Remodelling of Classical Trade Theory (1830-1860); S. A. Drakopoulos and A. D. Karayiannis, A Review of Kuhnian and Lakatosian ‘Explanations’ in Economics. Papers from the Siena Conference on the History of Economic Thought: R. Romani and C. Zappia, Introduction; K. Stapelbroek, The Devaluation Controversy in Eighteenth-Century Italy; F.De Sousa, Hayek and Individualism: Some Question Marks; P. Nuno Teixeira, The ‘Human Capital Revolution’ in Economics. Short Articles and Notes: G. Palermo, Il mito del mercato globale. Reply to Ian Steed-man; J. C. W. Ahiakpor, Classical Macroeconomics: Correcting Some Misrepresentations in Gootzeit’s Review article; M. J. Gootzeit, Rejoinder to James Ahiakpor's Reply to My Review of His Book: Classical Macroeconomics. Review article: D. Gualerzi, Growth Theory in a Demand Side Perspective. Book reviews. Call for papers.

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Anno XIII, 2005/1

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S. Ito, Charles Davenant’s Politics and Political Arithmetic; G. Vivenza, The agent, the actor, and the spectator. Adam Smith’s metaphors in recent literature; E. Trincado Aznar, Utility, Money and Transaction Costs: Authoritarian vs Libertarian Monetary Policies; N. Bellanca, On ‘local styles’ of political economy: the Italian case (1850-1930); J. P. Gunning, Praxeological vs Positive Time Preference: Ludwig von Mises’s Contribution to Interest Theory. Review Articles: L. A. Boland, Economics in time vs time in economics: Building models so that time matters; G. Palermo, Are we all post Keynesians? R. Scazzieri, The Scottish Enlightenment: a Japanese view. Book reviews. Call for papers.

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Anno XII, 2004/3

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M. F. Bailey, The 1844 Railway Act: a violation of laissez-faire political economy?; G. Forges Davanzati, A. Pacella, Sidney and Beatrice Webb: towards an ethical foundation of the operation of the labour market; D. Cavalieri, On some equilibrium and disequilibrium theories of endogenous money: a structuralist view; A. H. Mouhammed, Ibn Khaldun and the neoliberal Model. Review article: C. Panico, Besomi on Harrod: A review. Book reviews.

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Anno XII, 2004/2

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J. E. King, Frederick Allen and the future of capitalism; T. Hirai, The turning point in Keynes’s theoretical development.From A Treatise on Money to the General Theory; M. M. Augello, P. Barucci, T. Fanfani, M. E. L. Guidi, G. Melis, Mini-Symposium: Economists in Parliament. The Italian Experience (1861-1922). Short articles and notes: M. A. Lebowitz, Really returning to Marx’s Capital. A Reply to Robert Albritton; R. Albritton, Marx’s Value Theory and Class Struggle. A Rejoinder to Lebowitz. Review articles: S. Meardon, On the History of Trade Principles and Politics (with present-day polemics). A review essay on Leonard Gomes, The Economics and Ideology of Free Trade: A Historical Review; S. J. Peart, On the ‘Bitter Quarrel’ between Economics and Its Enemies. A review essay on William Oliver Coleman, Economics and Its Enemies. Two Centuries of Anti-Economics, andEdward Fullbrook (ed.), The Crisis in Economics. Book reviews.

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Anno XII, 2004/1

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G. N. Gotsis, S. Drakopoulou-Dodd, Economic ideas in the Epistle of James; R. Romani, Hayek and historical political economy; J. Hartwig, Beyond the market paradigm: on Keynes’s Principle of Effective Demand, and on the irrelevance of rigidities for his explanation of involuntary unemployment; A. Zouache, Towards a 'New NeoClassical Synthesis'? An analysis of the methodological convergence between New Keynesian Economics and Real Business Cycle theory. Short articles and notes: L. Bruni, A note on the «obscure» (to Mirowski) Giovanni Vailati. Review Essays: M. J. Gootzeit, An unbalanced eulogy of classical macroeconomics. A review essay on James C. W. Ahiakpor, Classical Macroeconomics: Some Modern Variations and Distortions; F. del Rio, C. Ricoy, Old and new growth theories. An assessment from different perspectives. A review article on N. Salvadori (ed.), Old and New Growth Theories. An Assessment, and N. Salvadori (ed.), Theory of Economic Growth. A 'Classical' Perspective.

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Anno XI, 2003/ 3

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G. Chiodi, L. Ditta, On the Pure Labour Theory of Value; R. Swedberg, M. Augier, Game Theory and Sociology. Landmarks in Game Theory from a Sociological Perspective; T. J. Hanisch, A. Saether, The Forgotten Dissertation. Trygve J. B. Hoff, Economic Calculation in the Socialist Society. Review Articles: S. Fayazmanesh, The Nature of «Human Nature». A Review Essay on J. Laurent, Evolutionary Economics and Human Nature; G. Fontana, Reflections on the Development of Post Keynesian Economics. A Review Essay on J. E. King, A History of Post Keynesian Economics Since 1936; R. Albritton, Returning to Marx’s Capital: a critique of Lebowitz’s Beyond Capital. A Review Essays on M. A. Lebowitz, Beyond Capital: Marx’s Political Economy of the Working Class. Book Reviews. Call for Papers.

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Anno XI, 2003/ 2

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A. Picchio, Needs and passions of human subsistence in the moral economy of the early 18 [th] century: Defoe and Mandeville; J. L. Ramos Gorostiza, Ethics and Economics: from the conservation problem to the sustainability debate; H. Klausinger, Pigou, Neisser, and Machlup on wage cuts. How great a gap between Keynes and the pre-Keynesians?; C. Brochard, S. Rivot, Favereau on radical and pragmatic projects in Keynes’ General Theory: A critical view. Review Articles: V. E. Ferrante, A. Gay, Piero Sraffa and The Man without Qualities. A review essay of T. Cozzi, R. Marchionatti (eds.), Piero Sraffa’s Political Economy; M. Pivetti (ed.), Piero Sraffa. Contributi per una biografia intellettuale; H. D. Kurz (ed.), Critical Essays on Piero Sraffa’s Legagy in Economics; N. Giocoli, History of economics becomes a science for cyborgs. A review essays of P. Mirowski, Machine Dreams. Economics become a Cyborg Science. Book Reviews. Call for Papers.

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Anno XI, 2003/1

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On the history of continental and North-American business cycle theory during the inter-war period. R. Arena, Foreword; A. Festre’, Knowledge and individual behaviour in the Austrian tradition of business cycles: von Mises vs. Hayek; H. Hagemann, Schumpeter’s early contributions on crises theory and business-cycle theory; M. Bellett, Is there a Stockholm School cycle teory?; R. Arena, Robert Marjolin’s theory of business cycles: between Simiand and Keynes; M. Assous, Kalecki’s contribution to the emergence of endogenous cycle theories: an interpretation of his 1939 Essays; R. W. Dimand, Irving Fisher’s rejection of the "so-called business cycle"; G. Pavanelli, The great depression in Irving Fisher’s Work. Book reviews.

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Anno X, 2002/3


J.T. Young, Adam Smith and the Physiocrats: contrasting views of the law of nature; M.S. Zouboulakis, John Stuart Mill’s Institutional Individualism; B. Mosselmans, The role of institutions in Jevons’s economics; R. Griffin, A.D. Karayiannis, T. Veblen’s evolutionary theory of entrepreneurship; C.P. Baloglou, Economics and Chrematistics in the economic thought of the Stoic Philosophy. Review Article: M. Blaug, Standing on the shoulders of gi-ants: classical writing in price theory. A review essay on P. Bridel (ed.), The Foundations of Price theory. Book reviews. Call for Papers.

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Anno X, 2002/2


G. Costa, James Tobin, an Obituary. Old and New Growth Theories. Historical and Methodological Issues: N. Salvadori, Foreword; I. Rima, The (Forgotten?) Link Between the Entrepreneur, Increasing Returns and Economic Growth; D. Gualerzi, Is New Growth Theory Endogeneous?; M.D. Giammanco, Competition and Technical Progress in Marx: Two Different Perspectives; A.B. Trigg, Marx’s Reproduction Schema and the Multisectoral Foundations of the Domar Growth Model. Review Articles: J. Furner, An Unknown Marx?; W.J. Samuels, Daniel Ellsberg: Analysis and Redemption of an Economist; G. Palermo, Uncritical History of Economic Thought. A critical review. Book Reviews.

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Anno X, 2002/1

Copia saggio Online / Online Sample Copy

Mathew Forstater, Knowledge, markets and society: Don Lavoie and the revival of Austrian economics; Marianne Johnson, "More native than French": American Physiocrats and their political economy; Evert Schoorl, Jean-Baptiste Say as a Benthamite Utilitarian; Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, The demise of the Quantity Theory of Money; Peter Stauvermann, Endogenous growth, land and intertemporal efficiency; Short Articles and Notes: Resad Kayali, In search of a renegade absolutist: Blaug versus the Neo-Ricardians; Robert W. Dimand, John Maurice Clark's contribution to the genesis of the multiplier analysis: a response to Luca Fiorito; Gordon Fletcher, Opinion on Dennis Robertson; Lilia Costabile, A rejoinder; Review Articles: Pierluigi Nuti, Classical Economic Growth. Review essay of W. Eltis, The Classical Theory of Economic Growth; Heinz D. Kurz, A Review essay of A. Roncaglia Piero Sraffa. His Life, Thought and Cultural Heritage. Book Reviews.

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Anno IX, 2001/3


Della Moneta by Ferdinando Galiani: a Quarter Millennium Assessment, edited by Riccardo Faucci and Nicola Giocoli
R. Faucci and N. Giocoli, Editors' Introduction; A. Tiran, Ferdinando Galiani: his life and the publication of the Della Moneta (with a note on the translations); A. Rosselli, The role of the precious metals in Della Moneta by Ferdinando Galiani; R. Patalano and R. Realfonzo, On Money by Ferdinando Galiani: notes, social accounting and confidence; N. Giocoli, Value and interest in Ferdinando Galiani's Della Moneta; K. Stapelbroek, Galiani's concept of commerce in On Money and the eighteenth-century Neapolitan languages of commerce and liberty; P.L. Porta, Ferdinando Galiani's Della Moneta on economic policy; A. Legris, Galiani, Della Moneta and the French economists; P. Groenewegen, The place of Galiani's Della moneta in the history of economic thought: a 250[th] anniversary assessment. Review Essays: M. Lombardi, Rethinking economics with Hodgson's Evolution and Institutions. Book Reviews. Announcement.

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Anno IX, 2001/2


Della Moneta by Ferdinando Galiani: a Quarter Millennium Assessment, edited by Riccardo Faucci and Nicola Giocoli
R. Faucci and N. Giocoli, Editors' Introduction; A. Tiran, Ferdinando Galiani: his life and the publication of the Della Moneta (with a note on the translations); A. Rosselli, The role of the precious metals in Della Moneta by Ferdinando Galiani; R. Patalano and R. Realfonzo, On Money by Ferdinando Galiani: notes, social accounting and confidence; N. Giocoli, Value and interest in Ferdinando Galiani's Della Moneta; K. Stapelbroek, Galiani's concept of commerce in On Money and the eighteenth-century Neapolitan languages of commerce and liberty; P.L. Porta, Ferdinando Galiani's Della Moneta on economic policy; A. Legris, Galiani, Della Moneta and the French economists; P. Groenewegen, The place of Galiani's Della moneta in the history of economic thought: a 250[th] anniversary assessment. Review Essays: M. Lombardi, Rethinking economics with Hodgson's Evolution and Institutions. Book Reviews. Announcement.

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Anno IX, 2001/1


S. Rizzello, A tribute to Herbert A. Simon (1916-2001); M. Nejatullah Siddiqi, S.M. Ghazanfar, Early medieval Islamic economic thought: Abu Yusuf's (731-798 AD) economics of public finance; T. Aspromourgos, The mind of the oeconomist: an overview of the "Petty Papers" archive; A.D. Karayiannis, R. Petridis, Keynes and the constraints on policy; S. Rivot, The evolution of the concept of involuntary unemployment: from Keynes to the new Keynesians; Review Article: S. Rizzello, Recent advances on Austrian economics; Book Review.

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Anno VIII, 2000/3


R.W. Dimand, Ricardo and International Trade Theory; R. Realfonzo, C. Ricci, The Italian debate on tree banking (1860-1893) ; W. Dolfsma, Life and times of the Veblen Effect ; P. Barrotta, On the Role of 'Ceteris Paribus' Clauses in Economics. An Epistemological Approach ; Review Articles: W.J. Samuels, Selective Perception and the Social Construction of Econometrics. A Review Essay on John Sutton, Marshall's Tendencies: What Can Economists Know? ; Ch.R. McCann Jr., Models and Economic Inquiry. A Review Essay on Steven Rappaport, Models and Reality in Economics ; Book reviews.

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Anno VIII, 2000/2


S. Drakopoulou Dodd, G.N. Gotsis, Some economic implications of Synoptic Gospel theology: a short overview ; S.J. Pack, The Rosseau-Smith connection: towards an understanding of professor West's "Splenetic Smith" ; A.D. Karayiannis, Robert Torrens on technological progress ; L. Valladão de Mattos, John Stuart Mill, socialism, and his liberal utopia: an application of his view of social institutions ; T. Raffaelli, Keynes's apprenticeship with Marshall in 1905 ; Review Articles: M. Lombardi, Knowledge, co-ordination, organisation: Brian Loasby's search for connection, organisation: Brian Loasby's search for connecting principles ; Book reviews; Announcements.

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Anno VIII, 2000/1


J. Birner, Is the past really not what it used to be?; M. Quddus, S. Rashid, Mathematics delayed? British economics: 1730-1870; C.C. Wennerlind, The Humean paternity to Adam Smith's theory of money ; C.-c. Lai, G.J. Fann, Marshall's quasi-rent reconsidered; Short Articles: M. Pomini, Some notes on early endogenous neoclassical growth models ; R. Signorino, The Italian debate on Marshallian (and Paretian) economics and the intellectual roots of Piero Sraffa's "Sulle relazioni fra costo e quantità prodotta". A note; Review articles: T. Sakamoto, On S. Sugihara and T. Tanaka (eds.), Economic Thougth and Modernization in Japan; Book reviews. Announcements.

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Anno VII, 1999/3


M.J. Gootzeit, Fisher and B&oulm;hm-Bawerk on Rae's Version of Classical Interest Theory; R.W. Dimand, Beveridge on Unemployment and Cycles before The General Theory; P. Nuti, Sraffa's Surplus vs. Georgescu-Roegen's Entropy - A Survey of Energy Issues and Complexity in the Histoty of Economic Thought ; Special Section, The Present Significance of Thorstein Veblen's Contribution in the Centennial of The Theory of the Leisure Class; L. Fiorito, Foreword; Ph.A. Klein, The Theory of the Leisure Class, Inspiration for the New Millennium; S. Edgell, Veblen's Theory of Conspicuous Consumption after 100 Years; P.D. Bush, Veblen's "Olympian Detachment" Reconsidered ; Ph.A. O'hara, Thorstein Veblen's Theory of Collective Social Wealth, Instincts and Property Relations ; Short Articles: R. Joosung, Labour Intensity and Surplus Value in Karl Max - A Note; P. Di Martino, A Re-discovered Approach: Irving Fisher's Debt-Deflation Theory; Book reviews. Announcements.

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Anno VII, 1999/1-2


Subjectivism, information and knowledge in Hayek's economics: R. Arena, Foreword; S. Rizzello, The endogenous asymmetrical information: the market for "lemons" according to Hayek's legacy; J. Birner, The surprising place of cognitive psychology the work of F.A. Hayek; P. Garrouste, Is the Hayekian evolutionism coherent?; C. Zappia, The economics of information, market socialism and Hayek's legacy; Th. Aimar, Time, coordination and ignorance: a comparison between Hayek and Lachmann; S. Gloria-Palermo, On the limits of the modern Austrian revival; Peter Rosner, The Austrian research on business cycles; R. Arena, The Hayek/Keynes controversy in the light of modern business cycle theory ; Short Articles: Ch.R. McCann, Jr., 'Strong' uncertainty and Keynesian uncertainty: a rejoinder; W.J. Samuels, The Nash of Nash equilibrium: a review essay; Book reviews. Announcements.

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Anno VI, 1998/3


H. Bortis, A note on Keynesian long-period theory; J.H. Keppler, Economists and language; G. Fioretti, John Maynard Keynes and Johannes von Kries; M. Zafirovski, Weberian sociological economics and classical economic theory; G. Palermo, The socialist planning debate: a historical and analytical reconsideration; P. Albani, Sraffa and Wittgenstein. Profile of an intellectual friendship; Short Articles: L. Fiorito, The John M. Clark - Lionel Robbins correspondence. Four unpublished letters; D. Dequech, Strong uncertainty and Keynesian uncentainty: rebuttal to McCann ; S. Perri, Adam Smith on the relationship between town and country: pitfalls in the use of formal models in the history of economics. A rejoinder;Book reviews. Call for Papers.

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Anno VI, 1998/2


N. Giocoli, The 'True' Hypothesis of Daniel Bernoulli: What Did the Marginalists Really Know?; A.D. Karayiannis, Supply-push and Demand-pull Factors of Technological Progress in the early Decades of the 19th Century (1800-1840); L. Tsoulfidis, Ricardo's Theory of Value and Marx's Critique; C. Gnos, The Macroeconomic Foundations of the Comparative-Cost Principle; Patrick J. Welch, Mercantilism and Fascism; R. Signorino, Methodological Basis and the Cogency of Criticism: the Cases of Clapham, 1922, and Sraffa, 1926; Short Articles and Discussions: A. Brewer, Adam Smith on the Relationship between Town and Country: Pitfalls in the Use of Formal Models in the History of Economics; Ch.R. McCann Jr., "Strong" Uncertainty and Keynesian Uncertainty: a Response to Dequech; Book Reviews. Call for Papers. Author index and subject classification of articles (1993-1997).

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Anno VI, 1998/1


B. Schefold, The creation of economic theories and the history of economic thought. Reflections on the work of Krishna Bharadwaj; On Schumpeter and the legacy of German-speaking economists: R. Faucci, V. Rodezno, Did Schumpeter change his mind? Notes on Max Weber's influence on Schumpeter; L. Beinsen, Schumpeter's perception of Austrian economics, a comparison between Epochen der Dogmen- und Methodengeschichte and the History of economic analysis; J.-P. Bassino, The diffusion and appropriation of Schumpeter's economic thought in Japan; G. Frison, Some German and Austrian ideas on Technologie and Technik between the end of the eighteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth; Short articles: G. Chiodi, L. Ditta, Valutation of social income and welfare comparisons: Samuelson's implicit recantation; Book reviews, Announcement, Call for papers.

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Anno V, 1997/3


R. Faucci, Foreword; A. Montesano, Pareto's analysis of efficiency and its interpretation; C. Seidl, U. Schmidt, Pareto on intra- and interpersonal comparability of utility; P. Scapparone, The maximum of collective ophelimity in the Cours d'économie politique; R. Marchionatti, E. Gambino, The contribution of Vilfredo Pareto to the new theories of economics in the years of the Cours d'économie politique; R. Baranzini, P. Bridel, On Pareto's first lectures on pure economics at Lausanne; F. Mornati, The pure economics of Pareto before the Cours d'économie politique; L. Bruni, The unwritten 'second edition' of Pareto's Cours d 'économie politique and its Italian translation; F. Donzelli, Pareto's mechanical dream; Call for papers.

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Anno V, 1997/2


M. S. Zouboulakis, Mill and Jevons: two concepts of economic rationality; A. Baccini, Edgeworth on the fundamentals of choice under uncertainty; R. J. Phillips, The Chicago Plan and the reserve requirement increase of 1936-37; J.G. Backhaus, Keynes's german contenders 1932-1944: on the sociology of multiple discoveries in economics; Shorts Notes: E.Lluch, Cameralism beyond the Germanic world: a note on Tribe; D. Dequech, A brief note on Keines, unknown probabilities and uncertainty in a strong sense; Book Rewiews.

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Anno V, 1997/1


S.M. Ghazanfar, A. Azim Islahi, Explorations in Medieval Arab-Islamic Economic Thought: Some Aspects of Ibn Qayym's Economics (691-715AH/1292-1350AD); J. Rosicka, Virtue, Economy, Szlachta: Polish Economic Thought in the Renaissance; R. Romani, The America of the Economists and the Smithian Legacy: English and French Political Economy Confronted by United States Growth, 1815-1860; M. Donoghue, Fleeming Jenkin and the Wage Fund Debates, 1866-1871: a Neglected Contribution; F. Butschek, Pre-Keynesianism in Austria; Shorts Notes: C. Lai, Keynes and Quasi-Rent: a Deleted Chapter in the General Theory; Book Reviews. Announcement. Call for papers.

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