pigou
Menger, C.
luxemburg
Sidgwick
Ohlin
Bagehot
Kalecki
Hotelling
Robbins
keynes2
Turgot
Koopmans
Robinson 2
Lange
Engels
George, Henry
Walras
martineau
Proudhon
Wicksteed
malthus
Clark, J.M.
Hilferding
Bortkiewick
Harrod, R. F.

Workshops and conferences


Interwar Economics and the Intellectual Origins of European Integration

Lisbon, February 13-14, 2019

On February 13-14, 2019, the Jean Monnet Chair of UFMG's School of Economics and the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon, will host in Lisbon the workshop "Interwar Economics and the Intellectual Origins of European Integration". The event will gather scholars who share an interest in exploring how economics was entangled in larger interwar discussions about international politics and social organization that contributed to laying the groundwork for European integration in the postwar era. The following topics will merit special consideration:

- Competing paradigms of socioeconomic organization: socialism, corporatism, economic planning, ordoliberalism;

- The social sciences and the reconstruction of the international order;

- The economic foundations of war, peace, and international cooperation;

- The economist as agitator and public intellectual.

The organizing committee invites proposals of papers to be presented at the workshop on these and related topics. Expressions of interest should be sent to alexandre@cedeplar.ufmg.br no later than September 21, accompanied by an abstract of approximately 500 words. Selected proposals will be later considered for publication in an edited volume.

All the participants will have their lodging expenses in Lisbon covered during the event, supported by UFMG's Jean Monnet Chair _Economics, Political Economy and the Building of the European Integration Project_ (co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union).

The organizing committee

Alexandre Mendes Cunha
José Luís Cardoso
Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak

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