European Society for the History of Economic Thought

2022 winners of the Young Scholar Seminar

25th Annual ESHET Conference, University of Padua, 9-11 June 202, "Markets, Productivity, and Happiness in a Historical Perspective"

Lúcia Centurião (University of São Paulo)
Teaching General Equilibrium Theory in the Early 20th Century: An Analysis of Treatises

Thomas Delcey (Duke University)
The emergence of a financial style of reasoning: Holbrook Working’s intellectual journey in future markets

Giacomo Gabbuti (St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, and Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa)
’Non-Competing Social Groups’? The Long Debate on Social Mobility in Italy (c. 1890-1960)

Thiago Graciani (University of São Paulo)
How Book Reviews Recreated the 'Theory of Games'

Matéo Teixeira (Université Lumière, Lyon 2)
Did French economists ask for inflation to reduce public debt at the end of WW2?

Ayşe Gizem Yaşar (Sciences Po Law School)
Of Monopolies and Creative Destruction. How Schumpeterian is the ‘Schumpeterian Thesis’?