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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, […]

STOREPapers: Dieter BÖGENHOLD, “Social-scienciation of Economics and its Consequences: On a Relative Convergence between Economics and Sociology“

STOREPapers WP 3 2017 Dieter BÖGENHOLD, “Social-scienciation of Economics and its Consequences: On a Relative Convergence between Economics and Sociology“ We are currently in times in which an increased discussion on interdisciplinarity is on the agenda. Economics tends to go into directions of sociology, history, and psychology, taking on topics of their domains. Questions of convergencies […]

STOREPapers: Carlo CRISTIANO and Paolo PAESANI, “Price Stability and the Origins and Early Impact of the Phillips Curve: Contextual Analysis and New Evidence from the British Archives“

STOREPapers WP 2 2017 Carlo CRISTIANO and Paolo PAESANI, “Price Stability and the Origins and Early Impact of the Phillips Curve: Contextual Analysis and New Evidence from the British Archives“ Moving from conflicting opinions regarding the relevance of A.W. Phillips’ contribution, and of the Phillips curve in particular, this paper provides a contextual analysis in which […]

STOREPapers, 1/2017

STOREPapers WP 1 2017 Angela AMBROSINO, “The Role of Agents’ Propensity toward Conformity and Independence in the Process of Institutional Change“ This paper analyses institutional change and Veblen’s work (1907, 1914, 1919) under the perspective of cognitive economics. Particularly it focuses on two interesting issues of Veblen’s theory of economic change: 1. in Veblen’s view […]