Pareto
Kalecki
Cassel
Schmoller
georgescu
Lowe
Moore
mitchell
Ohlin
einaudi
Thünen, Johann Heinrich von
marx
Commons
Einaudi
Clark, J.M.
Roscher
Witmeur
Smith
Bernstein
Bortkiewick
Hotelling
Condorcet
Wicksell
Lange
Boulding
Wieser

ESHET grants


2013 Winners for the Young Scholars Seminar

17th ESHET Conference - Economic Theory and Business Practice - Kingston University, London, 16 - 18 May 2013

The ESHET Officers considered 24 papers for a grant to attend the Young Scholars Seminar at the 17th ESHET Conference in Kingston, London.

Congratulations to the authors of the following six papers, who received the grant:


1. Ariel Dvoskin, University of Siena, Italy:
An unpleasant dilemma for contemporary general equilibrium theory
 

2. Marek Hudík, University of Prague, Czech Republic:
Early Models of Reference-Dependent Utility: Samuelson and Bernardelli
 

3. Robert Jump, University of Kent, UK:
A Note on Wicksell's Cumulative Process
 

4. Lionel Rischmann, University of Strasbourg, France:
Money, investment and business cycle in Keynes's early writings


5. Andrej Svorencik, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands:
The First Price Auction Controversy


6. Alex M. Thomas, University of Sydney, Australia:
Consumption and Activity Levels in Cantillon’s Essai

 

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