Past Lunches

Matthieu Ballandonne, University of Angers, France

Matthieu Ballandonne, University of Angers, France
Lunch
Friday, January 27, 2012
11:50am
Location: Social Sciences 327

Matthieu Ballandonne, University of Angers, France

"Links Between Economics of Science and Endogenous Growth Theory from 1958 to 1962:  The Birth of an Arrovian Tradition?"

 

 

Shiri Cohen, Bar-llan University

Shiri Cohen, Bar-llan University
Lunch
Friday, November 18, 2011
11:50am
Location: Social Sciences 327

"Modern Political Economy and the spirit of David Hume:  Two Presences"

Harro Maas and Eddie Nik-Khah "Can historians of economics learn anything from Merchants of Doubt?"

Harro Maas and Eddie Nik-Khah "Can historians of economics learn anything from Merchants of Doubt?"
Lunch
Friday, November 11, 2011
11:50am
Location: Social Sciences 327

Harro Maas, University of Utrecht

Eddie Nik-Khah, Roanoke College

"Can historians of economics learn anything from Merchants of Doubt?"

Robert Healy: "What is the history of policy analysis?"

Robert Healy: "What is the history of policy analysis?"
Lunch
Friday, October 28, 2011
11:50am
Location: Social Sciences 327

Robert G. Healy, Duke University, Emeritus

Teresa Tomas Rangil: “Modern Nostradamus”: The Uses of Game Theory in the Prediction of Wars, 1980-2010

Teresa Tomas Rangil: “Modern Nostradamus”: The Uses of Game Theory in the Prediction of Wars, 1980-2010
Lunch
Friday, October 14, 2011
11:50
Location: 327

Teresa Tomas Rangil, Duke University HOPE Scholar

 (please contact author if you wish to get a copy of the paper)

Stephen Meardon: “A Reciprocity of Advantages”: Mathew Carey and the Growth of the Protective Doctrine

Stephen Meardon: “A Reciprocity of Advantages”: Mathew Carey and the Growth of the Protective Doctrine
Lunch
Friday, October 7, 2011
11:50
Location: 327

Stephen Meardon, Bowdoin College and HOPE Senior Research Fellow

Crauford Goodwin: "Bringing Economics to the Elite: Heavy Lifting by Walter Lippmann in the Depression"

Crauford Goodwin: "Bringing Economics to the Elite: Heavy Lifting by Walter Lippmann in the Depression"
Lunch
Friday, September 30, 2011
11:50
Location: Social Sciences 327

Craufurd Goodwin, Duke University

Viviana Di Giovinazzo: "Consumer preferences and individual satisfaction. Tibor Scitovsky on the role of the arts in society"

Viviana Di Giovinazzo: "Consumer preferences and individual satisfaction. Tibor Scitovsky on the role of the arts in society"
Lunch
Friday, September 23, 2011
11:50
Location: 327

Viviana Di Giovinazzo, University of Milano Bicocca and HOPE Research Fellow

E. Roy Weintraub & Till Düppe: The Arrow-Debreu-McKenzie Story

E. Roy Weintraub & Till Düppe: The Arrow-Debreu-McKenzie Story
Lunch
Friday, September 16, 2011

E. Roy Weintraub, Duke University

Till Düppe, University of Hamburg, Germany

Avi Cohen: “Why and how to teach the history of economic thought: Economics as historically produced knowledge”

Avi Cohen: “Why and how to teach the history of economic thought: Economics as historically produced knowledge”
Lunch
Friday, April 15, 2011
11:50am
Location: 327

 Avi J. Cohen

York University and Center for the History of Political Economy

(co-author, Ross B. Emmett, from James Madison College and Michigan State University)

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