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Mario Cedrini

STOREPgrants 2018: Call for applications

STOREP is pleased to announce the launch of two grants (of 2,000 EUR each) for 2018. STOREP members are invited to submit innovative small-scale research projects that fall into one or more of the following three categories: 1. research projects in the history of political economy, the history of economic thought, and the history of economics; 2. […]

The IVth Thomas Guggenheim Conference in the History of Economic Thought: Expectations: Theory and Applications in Historical Perspectives

The Thomas Guggenheim Program in the History of Economic Thought and The Economics Department at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev are honored to host: The IVth Thomas Guggenheim Conference in the History of Economic Thought: Expectations: Theory and Applications in Historical Perspectives Rotem Hall, Zlotowski Student Administration Building, December 18-19, 2017 http://econhistory.bgu.ac.il/coming-conferences.html 10:30-12:30 A tour […]

STOREPapers: Eleonora SANFILIPPO, “Keynes’s Trading on Wall Street: Did He Follow the Same Behavior When Investing for Himself and for King’s?“

STOREPapers WP 4 2017 Eleonora SANFILIPPO, “Keynes’s Trading on Wall Street: Did He Follow the Same Behavior When Investing for Himself and for King’s?“ In the last few years Keynes’s activity as an investor has attracted attention in the specialized literature. Very recently his investments at Wall Street, in particular – both on his own account (Cristiano, […]