Italian Association for the History of Political Economy (STOREP) in
collaboration with the University of Padova is pleased to announce its
First Postgraduate European Summer School
the History of Political Economy.
The topic of this year is
"The historical roots of heterodox economics".
The School will be held
at the Accademia Cusano/Cusanus
Akademie, piazza Seminario n. 2,
a small South
Tyrol city located in the valley of Isarc river and surrounded by the
beautiful Dolomiti mountains,
from September 12th to September 21th 2005.
The main aims of the STOREP European Summer
to provide advanced training
for European postgraduate students in the history of political economy and,
more generally, to broaden the horizons of young economists on the relevance of
the history of economic thought for a better comprehension and further advances
of contemporary economics;
to allow postgraduate
students to meet fellows and scholars from European universities and countries
with the same research interests.
Courses will be taught in English by leading
professors on the field. Classes include intensive lectures and seminars by:
(Idefi, University of Nice)
(University of Eastern Piedmont)
Massimo Egidi (University of Trento)
Pierre Garrouste (University of Paris1)
Bruna Ingrao (University of Roma, “La Sapienza”)
Leijonhufvud (UCLA and University of Trento)
Brian Loasby (University of Stirling)
Roberto Marchionatti (University of Torino)
(University of Roma, Tor Vergata)
Margherita Turvani (IUAV, Venezia)
Ulrich Witt (Max Planck Institute, Jena).
Students are expected to give talks on their
or current work. They can present dissertation projects, first draft of
dissertation chapters or newly completed papers. Private consultations with
lecturers are also scheduled.
First STOREP European Summer School is sponsored by:
Università di Padova
Comune di Bressanone/Brixen
Compagnia di San Paolo, Torino
Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Bolzano
via Po 53, 10124 Torino – tel. 011/6702744 – fax 011/6702762