History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar Series - Fall 2020

Usual time and place: 11:45am - 1:00pm on Friday in Social Sciences 327.
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Steve Medema  (Duke University)
"The Road to the Coase Theorem"
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Ohad Reiss Sorokin  (Princeton University and HOPE Center fellow)
"Thinking Outside the Circle: The Geistkreis and the Viennese 'Kreis-Culture' in America"
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Bruce Caldwell  (Duke University)
"Introduction to Caldwell and Klausinger, Hayek: A Life"
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Wade Hands  (University of Puget Sound)
“The Many Faces of Unification and Pluralism in Economics: The Case of Paul Samuelson’s Foundations of Economic Analysis”
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Perry Mehrling  (Boston University)
"The Education of Charles P. Kindleberger: Columbia 1933-1936"
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Gianluca Damiani  (University of Florence-University of Turin and HOPE Center Fellow)
"'The Main Hope for a Genuine Science of Politics’: Rational Choice Theory, Game Theory, and the Cross-Fertilization between Economics and Political Science in 1950s"
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Sofia Valeonti  (HOPE Center Fellow and University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
"International Integration and the Gold Approach in the Greenback Debate: Hugh McCulloch’s and John Sherman’s Monetary and Tariff Policies"
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Kevin Hoover  (Duke University)
"Ricardian Inference: Charles S. Peirce, Economics, and Scientific Method"
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Paul Burnett  (University of California)
"The Chicago Agriculture Group and Its Role in Shaping Economic Development, 1945-90"
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Catherine Herfeld  (University of Zurich)
"How Academic Opinion Leaders Shape the Adoption of Scientific Ideas: Early Engagement with the ‘Theory of Games and Economic Behavior’ at the Cowles Commission, 1944-1955"
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Raphaël Fèvre  (Université Côte d'Azur)
"Towards a 'Prodigious Revival of French Economics'? Allais, Debreu and the Dead Loss Controversy (1943-1951)"

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