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Guests: James Heckman, Esther-Mirjam Sent, Philip Hans Franses and Erwin Dekker Hosted by Reinhard Schumacher and Arjo Klamer In this episode we present a book panel on the book Jan Tinbergen (1903-1994) and the Rise of Economic Expertise (CUP, 2021) by our regular host Erwin Dekker. Reinhard Schumacher provides a brief introduction to the panel wh…
 
Guests: Peter Bent, François Allisson, Herman Daly and Sara Stevano (see below for more information). Host and Producer: Maria Bach, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil, Lasuanne (former Assistant Professor of Economics at the American University of Paris) Guest hosts: Wilhelm Aminoff, Wyatt DeLong, Farrah Aridou, Jonathan Noulowe II and Paul Harding, stude…
 
Guests: Alain Marciano and Peter J. Boettke Hosted and produced by Erwin Dekker In this episode, Erwin talks with Alain Marciano and Pete Boettke about The Soul of Classical Political Economy a book they co-edited with archival material from the James Buchanan archives located at George Mason University. James Buchanan, Nobel Laureate in 1986 was a…
 
Guest: Kapil Raj Host and Producer: Maria Bach Join Maria Bach for an interview with Kapil Raj about his approach in the history of science. Dr. Raj is Professor of the History of Science at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (The School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences) in Paris. In particular, they discuss Raj’s book Relo…
 
Guests: Stefan Kolev and Mark McAdam Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher and Erwin Dekker In this episode, Reinhard and Erwin talk with Stefan Kolev and Mark McAdam about the recent translation of eight classic articles in the tradition of German Socio-Economics including work by Georg Simmel, Joseph Schumpeter, Gustav Schmoller and Ferdinan…
 
Guests: Jaci Eisenberg, Gerardo Serra and Sharmin Khodaiji Hosted and produced by Maria Bach In this episode, Maria interviews three scholars who study underrepresented or what she calls marginalised voices in the history of policy and economics. They discuss why they came to study such lesser known figures and how the research can give us new pers…
 
Guest: Till Düppe Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Till Düppe talks with Reinhard about the development of Economics in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), better known as East Germany – a state that existed from 1948 until 1990. We discuss Till’s general approach of historical epistemology of economics before discussin…
 
Guest: Andrew Sartori Hosted and produced by Maria Bach In this episode, Maria shares a recent interview with Andrew Sartori, an intellectual historian at NYU. Andrew discusses his work in South Asian Intellectual History and how he ended up in this relatively small field when he started. He also talks about how he deals with the international diff…
 
Guest: Dennis Rasmussen Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Dennis Rasmussen talks with Reinhard about David Hume and Adam Smith. The episode focuses on Dennis’s book The Infidel and the Professor: David Hume, Adam Smith, and the Friendship that Shaped Modern Thought. We discuss the Scottish Enlightenment, Hume’s and Smith’s…
 
Guest: Ola InnsetHosted and produced by Erwin Dekker and Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode we interview the historian Ola Innset about his award-winning dissertation Reinventing liberalism : Early neoliberalism in context, 1920-1947. He has used the methodology of micro-history to study the first meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society in 1947, includ…
 
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere Source: https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/poverty/In this episode, Maria Bach explores how poverty has been defined and measured over time inspired by her work with Mary Morgan recently published in the History of Political Economy Journal (https:…
 
Presenters: Christina Laskaridis of SOAS University and Tiago Mata of UCLProduced and edited by Maria Bach, Assistant Professor at the American University of ParisIn this episode, Christina and Tiago discuss Eric Roll’s book on the History of Economic Thought. A popular history that circulates in many editions and languages, Christina and Tiago exp…
 
Guest: Maria Bach, The American University of ParisHosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode, Reinhard talks with Maria Bach about her PhD thesis Redefining universal development from and at the margins: Indian Economics’ contribution to development discourse, 1870-1905. We discuss her interest in Indian economic thought, her method…
 
Guest: Peter BoettkeHosted and produced by Erwin Dekker and Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode Erwin and Reinhard talk with Peter Boettke about his new book on Hayek, F.A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy, published with Palgrave Macmillan. We discuss the various stages in Hayek’s work, Hayek’s relation to neoliberalism, Pe…
 
Guest: Adam LeedsHosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode, Adam Leeds talks with Reinhard about his thesis “Spectral Liberalism: On the Subject of Political Economy in Moscow”, for which Adam won the 2018 “Joseph Dorfman Best Dissertation Prize” awarded by the History of Economics Society. We talk about the development of Soviet an…
 
Guest: Paul Dudenhefer Hosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode, Reinhard talks with Paul Dudenhefer about academic writing, especially about writing English journal articles. The topics we discuss include the framing of an article, writing for an “Anglo-American audience", how to write clearly and entertainingly, how to avoid the …
 
Guest: Irwin Collier, Free University of Berlin Hosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode Irwin Collier, professor of Economics at the John-F.-Kennedy Institute for North American Studies at the Free University of Berlin, talks about his project Economics in the Rear-View Mirror, which recently celebrated its third anniversary. On h…
 
Guest: Erwin Dekker, Erasmus University RotterdamHosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode, Erwin Dekker talks about his book The Viennese Students of Civilization: The Meaning and Context of Austrian Economics Reconsidered. We discuss Erwin’s cultural approach to the history of economic thought in general, before Erwin talks about …
 
Guest: Gareth Dale, Brunel University Hosted and produced by Reinhard SchumacherIn this episode, Gareth Dale talks about his biography “Karl Polanyi: A Life on the Left”, which has recently been published in paperback. We discuss Polanyi’s childhood and youth in Budapest, his move to Vienna after the First World War, his escape from Austrofascism t…
 
Guest: Annie Cot, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Hosted and produced by Juan Acosta, Camila Orozco-Espinel, and Erich Pinzón-FuchsFor this episode we interviewed professor Annie Cot, director of the Master 2 Économie et Sciences Humaines (épistémologie, méthodes, théories) at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. We talked about the or…
 
Guest: Steven Medema, Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado Denver Hosted and Produced: Christina LaskaridisThis episode features the Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Economics (HPPE) seminar at LSE with Professor Steven Medema on "Exceptional and Unimportant"? The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Externalities in…
 
Presenter: Debjani Bhattacharyya, Drexel University and Leiden University. Hosted and produced by Maria BachThis episode features the Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Economics (HPPE) seminar at LSE with Debjani Bhattacharyya on The Science of Planning: Notes from Indian Economic History that took place on 15 November 2017.About the pre…
 
Guest: Bruce Caldwell, Duke University Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher and Juan AcostaFor this episode we interviewed Bruce Caldwell, director of the Center for the History of Political Economy (HOPE Center) at Duke University and general editor of the Collected Works of F. A. Hayek. In the first part of the interview we talk about the h…
 
Guest: Professor Erik Reinert, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia & the Other Canon Foundation. Hosted and produced by Maria BachThis episode is a recording of a webinar organised by The YSI INET History of Economic Thought, Economic Development, Economic History and Latin America Working Groups – special thanks to Daniel Munevar whose voice…
 
Guest: Thomas Stapleford, University of Notre Dame Hosted and produced by Maria Bach Additional interviewer: Christina Laskaridis Additional guests: Gonçalo L. Fonseca and Peter H. BentIn this episode, we briefly talk about methods in the History of Economic Thought, before discussing with Thomas Stapleford his paper Historical Epistemology and the…
 
In this short introductory episode, we shortly outline the objectives of this podcast and explain the name Ceteris non Paribus. We are a group of young scholars starting a podcast in the history of economic thought and you'll hear the voices from the following young scholars in this episode: Maria Bach, PhD Student at King's College London Reinhard…
 
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