2018 Summer Institute

The 2018 Summer Institute on the History of Economics will take place from June 19-24 on the Duke University campus. It will differ from those we offered in the past, as it is aimed at young scholars who wish to present their own research in the history of economics, broadly defined. Each morning the senior scholars noted below will present and lead discussions on their own research. In the afternoons the young scholars will have the opportunity to present their research, and the assembled group will workshop it. The Institute Organizers are Bruce Caldwell (Duke University) and Till Düppe (Université du Québec à Montréal).

There is no registration fee, and double occupancy housing in the J. B. Duke Hotel, a fine hotel on the edge of campus, will be provided free of charge.  We will also offer limited travel support on a case by case basis.

Philip Mirowski and Edward Nik-Khah: The Knowledge We Have Lost in Information

Mary Poovey and Kevin BrineFinance in America: An Unfinished Story

Bruce Caldwell Life-writing I: Friedrich A. Hayek

Jennifer Burns: Life-writing II: Milton Friedman

Wade Hands: The Past and Present of Preference, Choice and Demand

John Singleton: The Gender of Economics

Matt Panhans: Economics in Public Policy

Duke, which boasts four specialists in the field on its faculty, is home to the Center for History of Political Economy, a center whose mission is to promote and support research in, and the teaching of, the history of political economy. The premier journal in the field, History of Political Economy, is published here.