CALL FOR PAPERS
24th Summer School in History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy or Economic History, “Inequality and social justice in economics and beyond”
Strasbourg, August 29 – September 2, 2022
BETA, University of Strasbourg
In 2005, STOREP inaugurated a series of “European Summer Schools” with the main aims:
- 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.
Four Summer Schools were thus held at Bressanone:
I STOREP European Summer School
“The Historical Roots of Heterodox Economics”, 12-21 September 2005.
Courses by: Richard Arena (Idefi, University of Nice), Anna Carabelli (University of Eastern Piedmont), Marco Dardi (University of Firenze), Massimo Egidi (University of Trento), Pierre Garrouste (University of Paris1), Bruna Ingrao (University of Roma, “La Sapienza”), Axel Leijonhufvud (UCLA and University of Trento), Brian Loasby (University of Stirling), Roberto Marchionatti (University of Torino), Marcello Messori (University of Roma, Tor Vergata), Margherita Turvani (IUAV, Venezia), Jack Vromen (Rotterdam University), Ulrich Witt (Max Planck Institute, Jena).
II STOREP European Summer School
“Theories of Growth and International Trade”, 7-17 September 2006.
Courses by: Luca De Benedictis (Università di Macerata, Italy), Ferdinando Meacci (Università di Padova, Italy), Cosimo Perrotta (University of Lecce, Italy), Paolo Piacentini (Università di Roma, La Sapienza, Italy), Beniamino Quintieri (University of Roma 2, Tor Vergata, Italy), Tiziano Raffaelli (University of Pisa, Italy), Roy J. Ruffin (University of Houston, Houston, USA), Tony Thirlwall (University of Kent, Canterbury, UK), John K. Whitaker (University of Virginia, USA).
III STOREP European Summer School
(Various topics), 6-16 September 2007.
Courses by: Geoff Harcourt (University of Cambridge, UK), Jan Kregel (UNDESA, United Nations, New York, and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia), Axel Leijonhufvud (University of California at Los Angeles, UCLA and Università di Trento), Tamotsu Nishizawa (Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University, Japan), Andrea Salanti (University of Bergamo, Italy), Ulrich Witt (Max Planck Institute and University of Jena, Germany).
IV STOREP European Summer School
(Various topics), 21-31 August 2008.
Courses by: Brad Bateman (Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA), Avi Cohen (York University, Toronto, Canada), Riccardo Faucci (University of Pisa), Jan Kregel (UNDESA, United Nations, New York, and Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia), Heinz Kurz (University of Graz, Austria), Tony Lawson (Cambridge University, UK), Maria Cristina Marcuzzo (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), Bertram Schefold (J.W. Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt, Germany).
STOREP then provided support for the organization of some editions of the “Summer Schools on Economic History, Philosophy, and History of Economic Thought“, and particularly:
“17th Summer School on History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History“: Zaragoza, 1-7 September 2014
Unemployment and the Social Question
“18th Summer School on History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History“: Stuttgart-Hohenheim, August 31st – September 5th 2015
Globalisation – Past, Present, Future
“19th Summer School on History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History“: Cargèse, 5-10 September 2016
Radical Changes and Transitions: Economics and Its Relations with Other Disciplines
“20th Summer School on History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History“: Como, August 28 – September 1, 2017
The Evolution of the Economic Theory of Decision-Making
“23rd Summer School in History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Economic History: Paris, Italy, August 30 – September 3, 2021
Economics in Relation to Other Disciplines: History and Perspectives