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ESHET Research Grants


ESHET Research Grant Programmes

One of ESHET’s objectives, as set out in its Constitution (Article 4.6.), is “to promote collaborative research in the history of economic thought on a European basis”.

With this objective in mind, and being aware of the need to provide financial support for the development of research activities undertaken by its members, the Executive Committee of ESHET decided at its meeting of 1st June 2014 to launch 2 research grant programmes:

ESHET grants” for research projects on any topic on the history of economic thought, funded from the ESHET budget; and

ECB grants” for research projects on the history of monetary theories, policies and institutions, sponsored by the European Central Bank.

The Executive Committee of ESHET decided at its meeting of 14 May 2015 to launch a new grant programme:

“ESHET audiovisual resources grants” for projects that utilize and/or produce audiovisual and Internet resources to provide education in and promote the history of economic thought.

 

2016 winners

ESHET grant. The selection committee (Harald Hagemann, chair, Eleonora Sanfilippo and Michel De Vroey) decided to award the 2016 grant for research projects on any topic in the history of economic thought to the project: Bifurcations in Natural Resources Economics 1920s - 1930s, coordinated by Antoine Missemer.

 ECB grant. The selection committee (Ivo Maes, chair, Annalisa Rosselli and Hans-Michael Trautwein) decided to award the 2016 ECB grant for research projects on the "History of monetary theories, policies and institutions” to the project The history of macroeconometric modeling, coordinated by Marcel J. Boumans.

 Audiovisual resources grant. The selection committee (Manuela Mosca, chair, Roberto Baranzini and Pedro Duarte) decided to award the audiovisual resources grant for projects that utilize and/or produce audiovisual and Internet resources to provide education in and promote the history of economic thought to the project Before Economics: the History of Political Economy, coordinated by Ryan Walter.

 

2015 winners

ESHET grant. Selection Committee: José Luís Cardoso (chair), Tony Aspromorgous and Michel De Vroey
1. Explorations in the recent history of decision theory, 1945‐1990, by C. Herfeld and I. Moscati
2. The Fragmentation of Economics and the New Role of the History of Economic Thought, by M. Cedrini, J.B. Davis, S. Fiori and A. Ambrosino.

ECB grant. Selection Committee: Ivo Maes (chair), Antoin Murphy, Arie Arnon
1. Minimalism vs. Activism in Central Banking. Lessons from the History of Economic Thought, by Lilia Costabile (coordinator) and Gerald Epstein
2. Unconventional monetary policy ante litteram. The Radcliffe Committee and the debate on liquidity and the long-term interest as a monetary policy instrument, by Paolo Paesani (coordinator) and Carlo Cristiano.

Audiovisual resources grant. Selection committee: Manuela Mosca (chair), Roberto Baranzini and Pedro Duarte
Not awarded.

 

2014 winners

ECB grant. Selection Commitee: Ivo Maes (chair), Antoin Murphy, David Laidler, Arie Arnon
1. Money market and monetary policy in the Bretton Woods international monetary system crisis, coordinated by Sylvie Diatkine
2. Central banks between speeches and theories, coordinated by Gianfranco Tusset.

ESHET grant. Selection Commitee: José Luís Cardoso (chair), Tony Aspromorgous, Michel de Vroey
The Trade-off Between Taxation, Debt and Money Creation in the History of Public Finance Crises, 1848–1914, coordinated by Claire Silvant.

NEWS & EVENTS

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