Volume 38A features a symposium on public finance in the history of economic thought, guest edited By Claire Silvant and Javier San Julián Arrupe. In addition to the guest editors, the symposium includes contributions from Nesrine Bentemessek Kahia, Christina Laskaridis, Richard Sturn, and Samuel Demeulemeester. Volume 38A also includes two interesting general-research essays, written by Cosma Orsi and John Henry, respectively, and a touching remembrance of Gabriel Oliva, by his friend, Matheus Assaf: https://www.emerald.com/insight/publication/doi/10.1108/S0743-4154202038A
RESEARCH IN THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND METHODOLOGY, VOLUME 38A:
PART I: A SYMPOSIUM ON PUBLIC FINANCE IN THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
Guest Edited by Claire Silvant and Javier San Julián Arrupe
1. INTRODUCTION. PUBLIC FINANCE IN THE HISTORY OF ECONOMICS, A FIELD OF ITS OWN – Claire Silvant and Javier San Julián Arrupe
2. BRITISH PUBLIC DEBT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY – Nesrine Bentemessek Kahia
3. RICARDO AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES ON MONETARY REFORM AND THE NATIONAL DEBT – Christina Laskaridis
4. THE FRENCH FINANCIAL CONTROVERSIES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE 1848 CRISIS: AN OVERVIEW OF SOCIALIST AND LIBERAL POSITIONS – Clément Coste and Claire Silvant
5. AN EXPANSIONARY ECONOMIST AGAINST FISCAL DISCIPLINE IN MID-19TH CENTURY SPAIN: THE LONELY SHEPHERD – Javier San Julián Arrupe
6. PUBLIC CREDIT, CAPITAL, AND STATE AGENCY: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY IN GERMAN-LANGUAGE FINANZWISSENSCHAFT – Richard Sturn
7. WOULD A STATE MONOPOLY OVER MONEY CREATION ALLOW FOR A REDUCTION OF THE NATIONAL DEBT? A STUDY OF THE ‘SEIGNORAGE ARGUMENT’ IN LIGHT OF THE DEBATES ON THE ‘100% MONEY’ DEBATES – Samuel Demeulemeester
PART II: ESSAYS
8. ECONOMIC THOUGHT AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLAND – Cosma Orsi
9. REFLECTIONS ON THE NEW DEAL: THE VESTED INTERESTS AND LIMITS TO REFORM – John F. Henry
PART III: MEMORIAL
10. REMEMBERING GABRIEL OLIVA C. CUNHA (1990-2019) – Matheus Assaf
In other RHETM news, Volume 38B, the second volume of 2020, is currently in production and should be published in May. This volume will feature a very interesting symposium on economists and authoritarian regimes in the 20th century, guest-edited by Gerardo Serra and Federico D’Onofrio.
It is not too early to submit a paper for possible consideration for the 2020 Warren Samuels Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. All submissions to RHETM that are accepted before the end of 2020 will be considered for the Samuels Prize.
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