Central banks’ thinking at test: The unexpected fate of the “Availability Doctrine”

By Pierrick Clerc and Eric Monnet This post is part of the HISRECO 2018 series. Participants of the 2018 HISRECO conference were asked to write short blogposts to highlight their contribution to the conference for a general audience.  The idea of this blogged conference comes from the « Learning by the book » conference in Princeton, published as a …

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Identifying a “Chicago School” of economics: On the origins, diffusion, and evolving meanings of a famous brand name

By Steven G. Medema This post is part of the HISRECO 2018 series. Participants of the 2018 HISRECO conference were asked to write short blogposts to highlight their contribution to the conference for a general audience.  The idea of this blogged conference comes from the « Learning by the book » conference in Princeton, published as a …

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Thinking about the world economy as a scientific object

By Max Ehrenfreund This post is part of the HISRECO 2018 series. Participants of the 2018 HISRECO conference were asked to write short blogposts to highlight their contribution to the conference for a general audience.  The idea of this blogged conference comes from the « Learning by the book » conference in Princeton, published as a series …

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Ideas, interests, and institutions: American trade liberalization in the 1960s

By Mark McAdam This post is part of the HISRECO 2018 series. Participants of the 2018 HISRECO conference were asked to write short blogposts to highlight their contribution to the conference for a general audience.  The idea of this blogged conference comes from the « Learning by the book » conference in Princeton, published as a series …

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Economist as craftsperson in the FCC’s ‘incentive auction’

By Zoë Hitzig This post is part of the HISRECO 2018 series. Participants in the 2018 HISRECO conference were asked to write short blogposts to highlight their contribution to the conference for a general audience.  The idea of this blogged conference comes from the "Learning by the book" conference in Princeton, published as a series on the …

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