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Clark, J.M.
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Keynes, Nevile
Taylor, Harriet
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George, Henry
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Thornton
Sismondi
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einaudi
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Torrens
Del Vecchio
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Schwartz, Anna
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ESHET grants


2014 Winners for the Young Scholar Seminar

18th ESHET Conference - Liberalisms: perspectives and debates in the history of economic thought - University of Lausanne (Switzerland), 29-31 May 2014

The ESHET Officers considered 29 papers for a grant to attend the Young Scholars Seminar at the 18th ESHET Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland.

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


Victor Bianchini, PHARE, University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France
Social Comparisons and Individual Welfare: Back to James Mill

Lucy Brillant, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne – PHARE, France
Limits of Arbitrage and Interest Rates: A Debate between Hawtrey, Hicks and Keynes

Eugenia Dinivitzer, University of Macerata, Italy
Indian Currency and Finance: the originality of Keynes’s normative view

Niels Geiger, University of Hohenheim, Germany
The Rise of Behavioural Economics in the Literature and as a Source of Policy Advice: A Quantitative Assessment

Matteo Menegatti, United Nations Industrial Development Organization
The Tableau Economique and its transcription into a Sraffa-Leontief model: a comment on Steenge (2000) and Steenge and Van den Berg (2007)

Romain Plassard, University of Lille 1, France
Clower’s volte-face regarding the “Keynesian Revolution”

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