Economics and Power: An Historical Perspective – Conference Call for Papers
April 28, 2016 | Joseph Baines
Italian Association for the History of Economic Thought 14th Conference – Call for Papers; 28-30 April 2016 Università del Salento (Lecce, Italy)
The Italian Association for the History of Economic Thought invites historians of economic thought, economic historians, economists and interested scholars to present proposals for papers and/or sessions along the lines listed below, or on others relevant to the subject of the conference: a) Power and markets in an historical perspective: strategic, bargaining and monopoly power, in the labour market, in the financial markets b) Economic power and Governments in the history of economic ideas: economic policies, Public Choice, Law and Economics c) Power and the theory of the firm in economic thought d) The concept of power in the various schools of thought: Physiocracy, Mercantilism, Classical political economy, Marxism, Historicism, the Austrian school, Marginalism, Institutionalism, Corporatism, Keynesian and post-Keynesian economics, others e) The history of the relationship between economists and power f) The power of ideas and of economic paradigms
Further details can be found here.