Past Lunches

Nadia E. Nedzel, "The United States, the Rule of Law, and Economic Development from the Colonies to the Civil War"

Nadia E. Nedzel, "The United States, the Rule of Law, and Economic Development from the Colonies to the Civil War"
Lunch
Friday, April 12, 2019
12:00 PM
Location: 327 Social Sciences

This paper is a chapter in a forthcoming book titled The Rule of Law, Economic Development, and Corporate Governance, to be published by Elgar. The paper explains how the concept of the rule of law grew and changed in the United States.

Yann Giraud, University of Cergy, "Five Decades of HOPE"

Yann Giraud, University of Cergy, "Five Decades of HOPE"
Lunch
Monday, April 8, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Science

The following survey has one central theme, which is that HOPE has always been more pluralistic than current members of the profession, who often see the journal as a stronghold for the historical reconstruction method, seem to acknowledge: while some individuals or groups of individuals have suggested bolder inflections for the field over the years, their attempts, while sparking debates and, at times, controversies, have had limited effect on a vast portion of the journal’s content, hinting at the inability to engage the larger community of historians of economics in...

Christina Laskaridis, HOPE Center Fellow and University of London, "Calculating repayment burdens and the early days of research at the World Bank"

Christina Laskaridis, HOPE Center Fellow and University of London, "Calculating repayment burdens and the early days of research at the World Bank"
Lunch
Friday, March 29, 2019
12:00 PM
Location: 327 Social Sciences

Catherine Herfeld, University of Zurich, "Not More than Exchanging Tools: Early Encounters Between Mathematical Economists and the Behavioral Sciences Movement, 1950-56"

Catherine Herfeld, University of Zurich, "Not More than Exchanging Tools: Early Encounters Between Mathematical Economists and the Behavioral Sciences Movement, 1950-56"
Lunch
Friday, March 22, 2019
12:00 PM
Location: 327 Social Sciences

This paper aims to better understand the interdisciplinary collaboration between economics and the behavioral sciences during the early Cold War era in the United States. I focus on the relationship between mathematical economists and the behavioral sciences movement during the early Cold War era in the United States. I offer a portrait of circumstances under which mathematical economists were willing to engage in collaboration with behavioral scientists, how this collaboration was tentatively hinted at, and how it ultimately materialized. I argue that the process in which...

John Staddon, Duke University, "The Object of Inquiry"

John Staddon, Duke University, "The Object of Inquiry"
Lunch
Friday, March 8, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Sciences

Yue Xiao, HOPE Center Fellow and Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, "John Stuart Mill and China: A Review of Mill's Writings on China"

Yue Xiao, HOPE Center Fellow and Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, "John Stuart Mill and China: A Review of Mill's Writings on China"
Lunch
Friday, February 22, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Science

Chung-Tang Cheng, HOPE Center Fellow and London School of Economics, "H. Gregg Lewis and the Formation of Post-war ‘Chicago’ Empirical Microeconomics"

Chung-Tang Cheng, HOPE Center Fellow and London School of Economics, "H. Gregg Lewis and the Formation of Post-war ‘Chicago’ Empirical Microeconomics"
Lunch
Friday, February 15, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Science

"Carl Menger and the Currency Commission of 1892 on the Gold Standard in Austria-Hungary," Andreas Kramer, HOPE Center Fellow and King Juan Carlos University

"Carl Menger and the Currency Commission of 1892 on the Gold Standard in Austria-Hungary," Andreas Kramer, HOPE Center Fellow and King Juan Carlos University
Lunch
Friday, February 8, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Science

Juan Acosta, HOPE Center Fellow and University of Lille, ”The transformation of economic analysis at the Federal Reserve during the 1960s”

Juan Acosta, HOPE Center Fellow and University of Lille, ”The transformation of economic analysis at the Federal Reserve during the 1960s”
Lunch
Friday, February 1, 2019
12:00 PM
Location: 327 Social Sciences

John T. Dalton, Wake Forest University, "Schumpeter vs. Keynes Redux: 'Still Not Dead'"

John T. Dalton, Wake Forest University, "Schumpeter vs. Keynes Redux: 'Still Not Dead'"
Lunch
Friday, January 25, 2019
12:00
Location: 327 Social Science

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