Past Workshops

"Wolfgang Bargmann and Heinrich von Hayek: Careers in Anatomy Continuing through German National Socialism to Postwar Leadership," Sabine Hildebrandt, Harvard Medical School

"Wolfgang Bargmann and Heinrich von Hayek: Careers in Anatomy Continuing through German National Socialism to Postwar Leadership," Sabine Hildebrandt, Harvard Medical School
Workshop
Friday, February 5, 2016
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Wolfgang Bargmann and Heinrich von Hayek: Careers in Anatomy Continuing through  German National Socialism to Postwar Leadership"

"The Generation of the GDR: Economists at the Humboldt University Berlin," Till Duppe, Université du Québec à Montréal

"The Generation of the GDR: Economists at the Humboldt University Berlin," Till Duppe, Université du Québec à Montréal
Workshop
Friday, January 29, 2016
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

The GDR existed for 41 years. This gave time for no more and no less than one generation that passed its entire professional life in this state - the generation born in the early 1930s that carried the hopes of this state. With Karl Mannheim’s notion of generations as a unit in the sociology of knowledge in mind, we describe the typical experiences of this generation from the point of view of a particularly...

"Beyond capital fundamentalism: Harrod, Domar and the history of development economics," Mauro Boianovsky, University of Brasil

"Beyond capital fundamentalism: Harrod, Domar and the history of development economics," Mauro Boianovsky, University of Brasil
Workshop
Friday, January 15, 2016
3:30pm

"William Whewell’s Writings on Political Economy in their Scientific and Theological Contexts," Paul Oslington, Alphacrucis College, Australia

"William Whewell’s Writings on Political Economy in their Scientific and Theological Contexts," Paul Oslington, Alphacrucis College, Australia
Workshop
Friday, November 20, 2015
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"The Road to Servomechanisms: The Influence of Cybernetics on Hayek from The Sensory Order to the Social Order," Gabriel Oliva, University of Sao Paulo

"The Road to Servomechanisms: The Influence of Cybernetics on Hayek from The Sensory Order to the Social Order," Gabriel Oliva, University of Sao Paulo
Workshop
Friday, October 23, 2015
3:30pm

“Un-Austrian” Austrians? Haberler, Machlup, and Morgenstern and the Post-Emigration Elaboration of Austrian Economics, Janek Wasserman, University of Alabama

“Un-Austrian” Austrians? Haberler, Machlup, and Morgenstern and the Post-Emigration Elaboration of Austrian Economics, Janek Wasserman, University of Alabama
Workshop
Friday, October 16, 2015
3:30
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Karl Menger’s Diaries, 1918-1922," Scott Scheall, Arizona State University

"Karl Menger’s Diaries, 1918-1922," Scott Scheall, Arizona State University
Workshop
Friday, October 2, 2015
3:30
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Karl Menger’s Diaries, 1918-1922," Scott Scheall, Arizona State University

"'Exceptional and Unimportant'? The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Externalities in Economic Analysis," Steve Medema, University of Colorado at Denver

"'Exceptional and Unimportant'? The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Externalities in Economic Analysis," Steve Medema, University of Colorado at Denver
Workshop
Friday, September 25, 2015
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

The Road to Rationalization: A History of “Where the Empirical Lives (Or Has Lived)” in Consumer Choice Theory, Wade D. Hands, University of Puget Sound

The Road to Rationalization: A History of “Where the Empirical Lives (Or Has Lived)” in Consumer Choice Theory, Wade D. Hands, University of Puget Sound
Workshop
Friday, September 18, 2015
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Losing Equilibrium: On the Existence of Abraham Wald’s Fixed-Point Proof of 1935,"Till Düppe (University of Quebec at Montreal) and E. Roy Weintraub (Duke)

"Losing Equilibrium: On the Existence of Abraham Wald’s Fixed-Point Proof of 1935,"Till Düppe (University of Quebec at Montreal) and E. Roy Weintraub (Duke)
Workshop
Friday, September 11, 2015
3:30pm
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

Pages