11-13 June 2009
University of Antwerp
Local organizer: Guido Erreygers
Ben Jackson (University College Oxford) – “Neo-liberal Economists and the Trade Unions, c. 1930-79”
Benjamin Mitra-Kahn (City University London) – Keynes vs. Kuznets: The Battle for the Soul of National Income
Steve Medema (University of Colorado at Denver) – The “Subtle Processes of Economic Reasoning”: Marshall, Becker and Theorizing about Economic Man and Other-Regarding Behavior
Ross Emmett (Michigan State University) – The Chicago Workshop Model: Normalizing or Fragmenting Scientific Collaboration?
Edward Nik-Khah (Roanoke College Salem, Virginia) – Getting Hooked on Drugs: The Chicago School, the Pharmaceutical Project, and the Construction of a Medical Marketplace
Marcel Boumans (University of Amsterdam) – Logical Positivism and Leontief
Pedro Duarte (Universidade de São Paulo) – A Path Through the Wilderness: Time Discounting in Growth Models
Antonella Rancan (University of Molise) – Modigliani’s Contribution to the Carnegie Style
Gianfranco Tusset (University of Padua) – The ‘First Generation’ of Theories on International Economic Policy Coordination: Did they Fail?
Jean Baptiste Fleury (EconomiX, École normale supérieure de Cachan) – Poverty and the Scope of Economics in the Sixties
José Edwards (Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) – Economics, Psychology, and the Environmentalist Approach to Behavior: Bypassing Control as an Economic Subject
Floris Heukelom (University of Amsterdam) – Behavioral Finance versus Experimental Economics: Incorporating Behavioral Decision Research into Economics in the Early 1980s
Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra (University of Edinburgh) – 4000 Miles of Separation: Financial Economics across the Atlantic, 1900-1970