2018 Summer Institute
History of Economics

There will be 2 sessions a day. The morning sessions, when the more senior scholars will present their work and lead discussions, are from 9:30-12:30, with a break half way through. The afternoon sessions, when the more junior scholars will present, run from 2:00 to either 5:00 or 6:00 pm depending on the number of papers. There will be a short break (5-10 minutes) halfway through the afternoon session. There will be a welcome dinner the evening before the Institute begins. There will be no afternoon session on Sunday, so participants should plan to depart Sunday afternoon. Duke is about a half an hour from the airport, so flights leaving after around 2 pm on Sunday should pose no problems.

Monday, June 18:
Check into J. B. Duke Hotel.  Gather in lobby at 6:05pm to walk to dinner at the Devil's Krafthouse.

Tuesday, June 19: 
-Phil Mirowski and Eddie Nik-Khah :The Knowledge We Have Lost in Information
-Zoé Evrard: 
-Maria Bach: Redefining Universal Development at and from the Margins: Development Discourse in the Indian School of Political Economy, 1870-1905
-Tom Kayzel: 
-Zachary Griffen: 

Wednesday, June 20:
-Wade Hands: The Past and Present of Preference, Choice and Demand 
-Cristian Frasser-Lozano: Is there a kind essence of money?
-Justine Loulergue: Metaphors of equilibrium in the economic literature of the 2nd half of the XIXth century.
-Henrik Visser: Inductive risk, forecasts and decision theory.

Thursday, June 21:
-Bruce Caldwell: Life-writing I: Friedrich A. Hayek  
-Tomas Kristofory: 
-Ohad Sorokin: 
-Marius Kuster:
-Pete Vechsuruck: Marriner S. Eccles and Compensatory Economics During the 1930s Business Cycles

Friday, June 22:
-Jennifer Burns: Life-writing II: Milton Friedman
-Markus Bjoerkheim: Academic Outcomes for Earhart Fellows
-Malte Dold: How to Criticize James M. Buchanan? Amartya K. Sen on the Normative Premises of Constitutional Contractarianism
-Kelly Goodman: “No Maxim More Common:” Elmer T. Peterson’s Apocryphal Democracy

Saturday, June 23:
-Mary Poovey and Kevin Brine: Finance in America: An Unfinished Story
-Alexis Bureau-Thibault: The role of the accreditation system of business schools in the institutionalization of management
-Christina Laskaridis: The IMF’s Debt Sustainability template: The making of a public tool as ‘more of an art than a science
-Mark McAdam: Why Liberalization Trumped Protectionism: Ideas, Agency, and Political Entrepreneurs in Kennedy’s Foreign Economic Policy
-Sharmin Khodaiji: 

Sunday, June 24:
John Singleton -The Gender of Economics
Matt Panhans - Economics in Public Policy