Spiethoff
Shackle
Clark, J.M.
Kalecki
Hayek 1931
edgeworth
Hobson
Hawtrey
Bagehot
Fellner
Juglar
Carver
Del Vecchio
Keynes, Nevile
Sidgwick
Law
Smith
Veblen
Commons
Webb, beatrice
Thornton
Jevons
Koopmans
Dulles, E.
Quesnay

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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