Hobson
marshall
Bagehot
Carey
Bodichon
Fellner
pigou
Quesnay
Machlup
Harrod, R. F.
Sismondi
Cassel
Schwartz, Anna
Mark Blaug
Meade
Walras
Veblen
Torrens
cannan
Mises
Sidgwick
Robinson 2
Einaudi
J. S. Mill
Robinson

ESHET grants


2014 Winners for the 4th ESHET Latin American Conference

Belo Horizonte – Brazil, 19-21 November 2014 - Originality, Adaptation, and Critique: The Place of Latin America in the History of Economic Thought

 - Alain Clément (University of Tours / France): “The issue of the colonies in the first half of the 18th century in Great Britain”

- Andrés Álvarez (Universidad de los Andes / Colombia): “Nineteenth century monetary utopias in Latin-America: French liberalism’s influence on Colombian free banking experiment”

- Claudia Sunna (Università del Salento – Lecce / Italy): “Development Economists on the Alliance for Progress”

- Jérôme Lange (Université Paris Descartes / France): “Positive feedback in Adam Smith’s theory of economic development - How ‘primitive’ is ‘primitive accumulation’?”

- Margarita Fajardo (Princeton University): “Not a Marshall Plan for Latin America”: How International Balance of Payments Crises Made a Regional Network of Expertise, 1953-1956”

- Rebeca Gomez Betancourt (Université Lumière Lyon / France) and Matari Pierre Manigat (Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México / Mexico): “Edwin Walter Kemmerer and the ‘neo-metalista’ monetary policy in Latin America during the 1920’s: the role of United States investment”

- Roberto Lampa (Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento / Argentina): “Anarchic accumulation, un-effective demand and institutional constraints: Oskar Lange’s critique of capitalist dynamics. Core and periphery”

- Sharmin Khodaiji (Jawaharlal Nehru University / India): Dependency, Underdevelopment and the Nation: Economic Nationalism in Late- Nineteenth Century Colonial India

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