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HISTORY OF ECONOMIC IDEAS

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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
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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
Pp. 192

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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
Pp. 188

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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
Pp. 240

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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
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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
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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
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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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