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Cfp: “Marshall Sahlins’s ‘Stone Age Economics’, a Semicentenary Estimate”

In 1972, American anthropologist Marshall Sahlins published Stone Age Economics. Now a classic of modern anthropology, and probably the most important work in economic anthropology, the book had a profound and critical impact on many different social sciences. From the identification and original use of the category of the mode of production to the idea of […]

Marcello de Cecco Prize in Economics and History of Institutions

The Marcello de Cecco Association is pleased to announce the call for papers for the awarding of the Marcello de Cecco Prize in Economics and History of Institutions, for an unpublished work by scholars under the age of 30. The work can be written in Italian or English but should not exceed 10.000 words. The […]

“Happiness, well-being and (de)growth”. Torino, June 21, 2019

Happiness, well-being and (de)growth International conference Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Via Principe Amedeo 34, Torino 21 June 2019 9.30-12.30 Andrew Clark (Paris) and Conchita D’Ambrosio (Luxemburg) Good times, bad times: Well-being in times of growth and recession  Leonardo Becchetti (Roma Tor Vergata) Beyond homo economicus: Toward new well-being foundations Emanuele Felice (Chieti-Pescara) Happiness and economic history: […]

“Nuovi contributi alla storia del pensiero economico italiano”: Torino, 4 giugno 2019

Martedì 4 giugno 2019 | ore 16 Nuovi contributi alla storia del pensiero economico italiano Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Via Principe Amedeo 34, Torino In occasione della pubblicazione di «La scienza dell’amor patrio». Cultura e politica degli economisti italiani dal Risorgimento alla Ricostruzione di Riccardo Faucci (Olschki 2018) e La formazione di un economista-filosofo. Claudio Napoleoni […]