Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

Why Inequalities Grow:
Value and Distribution in the History of Economic Thought

21st STOREP Annual Conference, June 27-29, 2024

Università degli Studi di Milano
Dipartimento di Studi Storici
Casa Cardinale Ildefonso Schuster, Via Sant’Antonio, 5, 20122 Milano

 

DETAILED PROGRAM

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SESSIONS A
Sessions 1-8; THURSDAY, 27 JUNE, 11-13

Salone Pio XII
Session 1: [HET] Revisiting theoretical concepts
Session Chair: Christian Gehrke, University of Graz

1. Capital in Stationary Systems
By Enrico Bellino & Gabriel Brondino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Discussant: Christian Gehrke, University of Graz

2. Determining the Normal Degree of Capacity Utilization: Some Simulation Exercises
By Daria Pignalosa, Università di Teramo, & Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Giustino De Michele, Université Aix-Marseille

3. Are the Top One Percent Paid their “Just Deserts”? A Critique of the Neoclassical Approach to Income Inequality
By John McCombie, University of Cambridge
Discussant: Luigi Salvati, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia

4. Addressing Ecological Inequality: The Compatibility of Classical Political Economy with Ecological Distribution Conflicts Theory
By Alessandro Le Donne, Università di Torino
Discussant: Christian Gehrke, University of Graz

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 2: [POLICIES] The US economy and the American culture
Session Chair: Stefano Colombo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

1. The Progressive Case against Antimonopolism
By Ramsi Woodcock, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Stefano Colombo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

2. Monetary Policy, Income Distribution and Semi-Autonomous Demand in the US
By Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes, University of Bergamo, & Joana David Avritzer, Connecticut College
Discussant: Felipe Sousa, University of Coimbra

3. The Power of Interference: The State at the Origins of U.S. Political Economy
By Matteo Rossi; Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino
Discussant: Laurent Le Maux, University of Western Brittany

4. From the Performance Budget to Performance Evaluation: Historicising the Rise of New Public Management
By Laura Giovinazzi, Università di Milano
Discussant: Gianmaria Brunazzi, Università di Milano

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 3: [INEQUALITIES] ‘If the poor makes a proverb, it does not spread’: Knowing economic inequalities in 20th century West Africa
Session Chair: Gianni Vaggi, Università di Pavia

1. Being Called a Descendant of a Slave: Freeborn Ancestry and Social Mobility in Kumasi Court Cases (1935-1959)
By Paola Vargas Arana; University of Manchester
Discussant: Domenico Cristofaro, Università di Bologna

2. Inequality in Trade: Women, Markets and the Definition of Wealth in Late Colonial Ghana
By Domenico Cristofaro, Università di Bologna
Discussant: Paola Vargas Arana, University of Manchester

3. ‘White Person, You Have Died’: Representing Global Economic Inequality in Postcolonial Ghana, 1970s-1990s
By Gerardo Serra, University of Manchester
Discussant: Massimo Amato, Università Bocconi

4. A Brief and (Thought) Provocative History of the CFA Franc
By Massimo Amato; Università Bocconi, Milano
Discussant: Gerardo Serra, University of Manchester

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 4: [POLICIES] Perspectives on the future of the ECB
Session Chair: Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University

1. Is the ECB Well Equipped to Deal with Upcoming Financial Crises?
By Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University, Lino Sau, Università di Torino & Domenica Tropeano, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Ettore Gallo, Università di Parma

2. Transforming the European Central Bank into an International Settlement Institution: The Keynes Plan Revisited
By Sergio Rossi, University of Fribourg
Discussant: Giancarlo Bertocco, Università dell’Insubria

3. Inflation Is not a Monetary Phenomenon. A Critical Analysis of the Theoretical Model that Inspires the European Central Bank
By Giancarlo Bertocco & Andrea Kalajzic, Università dell’Insubria
Discussant: Sergio Rossi, University of Fribourg

4. Green Central Banking and Climate Transition: Challenges to Promote Green Investment and Overcome Climate Risks
By Ettore Gallo, Università di Parma & João Paulo Braga, The New School
Discussant: Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 5: [LABOUR] Employment and empowerment
Session Chair: Sam Hummel, Duke University

1. Gender Disparity in Unpaid Domestic and Care Work and Female Labour Force Participation in India: A Spatial Analysis
By Monalisha Chakraborty; IIT Bombay, India
Discussant: Chiara Grazini, Università della Tuscia

2. Women Empowerment and the Real Estate Sector: A Gendered Social Accounting Matrix of Saudi Arabia
By Irfan Ahmed; Jazan University, Stefano Deriu & Claudio Socci, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Sam Hummel, Duke University

3. Domestic Overload in Colombian Women with Spouses
By Johanna Gomez Castro, Young Scholars Initiative
Discussant: Monalisha Chakraborty, IIT Bombay, India

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 6: [LABOUR] Labour, labour markets, and inequalities
Session Chair: Matteo Migheli, Università di Torino

1. Labour Market Inequalities: The Role of Remote Workers’ Needs in Light of Existing Risks
By Anna Horodecka, Warsaw School of Economics, Agnieszka Ziomek, Poznan University of Economics and Business, & Jagoda Stochaj, Independent Researcher
Discussant: Nelson Marconi, Sao Paulo School of Business Administration, FGV EAESP

2. The Influence of Sectoral Composition of Production on Occupational and Sectoral Wage Structures: Evidence from Multiple Economies
By Nelson Marconi; Sao Paulo School of Business Administration, FGV EAESP, Danilo Spinola, Birmingham City University, Tiago Porto; Getulio Vargas Foundation, & Eliane Araujo, State University of Maringá and Brazilian Keynesian Association
Discussant: Alina Szypulewska-Porczynska, SGH Warsaw School of Economics

3. Discrimination, Intersectionalities, and the Structure of Production
By Petur Jonsson; Fayetteville State University
Discussant: Matteo Migheli, Università di Torino

Aula 7 Martini
Session 7: [ISSUES] Income inequality: The new dimensions
Session Chair: Marco Veronese Passarella, Università dell’Aquila e Leeds University Business School

1. The Impact of Income Inequality on Sport Achievement: Cross-National Analysis of Winter Olympic Games
By Veronika Dolar, Pace University
Discussant: Margherita Ciruzzi, Università dell’Insubria

2. Assessing the Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Wellbeing: A Comparison between CBA and SWF Approaches for Policies Evaluation
By Enza Simeone, Università di Torino
Discussant: J.Christopher Proctor, Université de Technologie de Compiègne

3. Rethinking Distributive Justice in the Age of AI
By Veronica Sandoval, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Discussant: Eleonora Gregori Ferri, Università di Milano

4. A Hybrid AB-SFC Macroeconomic Model with an Explicit Distribution of Income and Wealth
By Margherita Ciruzzi, Università dell’Insubria
Discussant: Marco Veronese Passarella, Università dell’Aquila e Leeds University Business School

Aula 8 Frassati
Session 8: [ISSUES] Demand-led growth
Session Chair: Antonella Stirati, Università Roma Tre

1. Exploring the Nexus of Demand-Led Macroeconomics and Technological Dynamics: A Case Study of the United States
By Santiago Gahn; Università Niccolò Cusano, Davide Romaniello; Università Luigi Vanvitelli, & Lorenzo Di Domenico, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Discussant: Andrea Coveri, Università di Urbino

2. Asymmetric Effects of Demand in the Long Run: New Evidence from a SVAR Analysis
By Gabriel Brondino & Gianni Carvelli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Discussant: Giovanna Ciaffi, Università Roma Tre

3. Interplaying Demand-led Growth and Energy Supply Constraints – A Sraffian Supermultiplier Growth Model with Energy Sector
By Vinicius Centeno, Università di Siena
Discussant: Antonella Stirati, Università Roma Tre

 

 

SESSIONS B
Sessions 9-16; THURSDAY, 27 JUNE, 14,30-16,30

Salone Pio XII
Session 9: [HET] Claudio Napoleoni at 100 years
Session Chair: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

1. From Walras to Sraffa: Claudio Napoleoni’s Account of General Economic Equilibrium
By Luca Timponelli, Université de Lausanne
Discussant: Roberto Marchionatti, Università di Torino

2. Karl Marx’s Theories of Surplus Value. Claudio Napoleoni’s interpretation during 1972-1973.
By Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo
Discussant: Luca Timponelli, Université de Lausanne

3. Claudio Napoleoni Interpreter of Piero Sraffa’s Production of Commodities by Means of Commodities
By Roberto Marchionatti, Università di Torino
Discussant: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 10: [HET] WINIR-SIDE@STOREP – Efficiency versus Equality? Reflections on HEI Special Issue “Posner’s Economic Analysis of Law at Fifty and the Globalization of Jurisprudence”
Session Chair: Angela Ambrosino, Università di Torino

1. Private Law Facing the Systemic Exploitation of Inequality
By Francesco Denozza, Università di Milano
Discussant: Giovanni Tuzet, Università Bocconi, Milano

2. Economic Analysis of Law (1973): A Methodological Innovation Perceived as Ideological Endeavor
By Alain Marciano; Università di Torino
Discussant: Paolo Silvestri, Università di Catania

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 11: [METHOD] International relations in Sraffian and Post-Keynesian frameworks
Session Chair: Paolo Trabucchi, Università Roma Tre

1. Much Deeper and Simpler: Pasinetti’s Reassessment of Prebisch’s Centre-Periphery Approach
By Roberto Lampa, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento

2. The Pasinetti’s General Principle of Comparative Productivity Changes Advantage. A Case Study
By Stefano Lucarelli, Università di Bergamo
Discussant: Nadia Garbellini, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

3. Crises of Reproducibility and Premature Stagnation: Celso Furtado’s (1966) Hypothesis Through Sraffian Lenses
By Vinicius Fagotti, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Paolo Trabucchi, Università Roma Tre

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 12: [INEQUALITIES] Unpacking colonial inequality: labor, property, and citizenship in 19th-century Latin America
Session Chair: Federica Morelli, Università di Torino

1. Agrarian Reform, Commodity Frontier and the Creation of a Republican Citizenship in Buenos Aires (1820s)
By Mattia Steardo, Università di Torino
Discussant: Maria Pia Paganelli, Trinity University

2. Before and Beyond the Republic of Work. The Mexican Working Nation (1842-1847)
By Matias X. Gonzalez, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino
Discussant: Federica Morelli, Università di Torino

3. Managing Abolition, Shaping Citizenship: The Cuban Patronato between the Cortes and the Juntas
By Elena Barattini, Università di Torino
Discussant: Matteo Rossi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 13: [INEQUALITIES] WINIR@STOREP session (I)
Session Chair: Veronika Dolar, Pace University

1. Planning for Equalities. Cooperation as the Governance Framework of Urban Regeneration Projects for the Benefit of Local Communities and the Protection of Territorial Heritage
By Eleonora Gregori Ferri; University of Milan
Discussant: Mehmet Orpak, Tallinn University of Technology

2. Comparing Institutions More Inclusively: Are Guilds the Precursors of Corporate Companies or Cooperative Firms?
By Mehmet Orpak, Tallinn University of Technology
Discussant: Veronika Dolar, Pace University

3. Inequality, Social Disunity, and the Fragility of Democracy
By Liudmyla Vozna, Independent researcher
Discussant: Laura Giovinazzi, Università di Milano

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 14: [METHOD] AISPE@STOREP – Italian economists facing fascism: theories, strategies and policies
Session Chair: Manuela Mosca, Università del Salento

1. Antonio de Viti de Marco and the Oath of Loyalty to Fascism
By Manuela Mosca; Università del Salento
Discussant: Claudia Rotondi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

2. The Economists’ Reactions to the Adoption of Clearing
By Fabrizio Bientinesi, Università di Pisa
Discussant: Giovanni Pavanelli, Università di Torino

3. Facing Dictatorship: Luigi Einaudi’s Work as Liberal Economist and Thinker under Fascism
By Giovanni Pavanelli, Università di Torino
Discussant: Manuela Mosca, Università del Salento

4. Middle Ages and Medievalism in Corporative Economic Thought
By Claudia Rotondi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Discussant: Fabrizio Bientinesi, Università di Pisa

Aula 7 Martini
Session 15: [POLICIES] IPKN@STOREP session (I) – Monetary and fiscal policies
Session Chair: Diana Barrowclough, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

1. Monetary Policy, Income Distribution, and the Cost Channel of Monetary Policy: Empirical Evidence from Japan, the U.K., and the U.S
By Matteo Deleidi, Università di Bari, Enrico Sergio Levrero & Antonino Lofaro, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Diana Barrowclough, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development

2. Inside the Black Box: Insights into the Monetary Transmission Mechanism across 5 OECD Countries
By Matteo Deleidi, Università di Bari, Enrico Sergio Levrero & Antonino Lofaro, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Gianmarco Oro, Università di Macerata

3. One Fiscal Swallow Does Make a Summer: An Empirical Tale of the US Economy
By Maria Cristina Barbieri Góes, Università di Bergamo, & Ettore Gallo, Università di Parma
Discussant: Daniel Nientiedt, Walter Eucken Institut

4. Cost-push Inflation and Monetary Policy: Does Raising the Policy Rate Work?
By Gabriel Brondino and Lorenzo Di Domenico, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, &Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli
Discussant: Antonella Palumbo, Università Roma Tre

Aula 8 Frassati
Session 16: [ISSUES] Finance, financialization, and inequality
Session Chair: Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata

1. The Role of CBDC: Theory, Challenges, and Implications
By Samuele Bibi, Aalborg University, & Rosa Canelli, Università del Sannio
Discussant: Luca Fantacci, Università di Milano

2. Exploring Bitcoin Wallet Distribution
By Jacopo Temperini, Giulia Rotundo, & Susanna Levantesi, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Massimo Amato, Università Bocconi, Milano

3. Financialization in the Long-Run
By Krystian Bua, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies
Discussant: Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata

 

 

SESSIONS C
Sessions 17-24, FRIDAY, 28 JUNE, 9-11

Salone Pio XII
Session 17: [HET] The Italian school of political economy
Session Chair: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

1. Luigi Pasinetti and the Italian School of Political Economy
By Nadia Garbellini, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, & Gianmarco oro, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Enrico Bellino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

2. Giorgio Lunghini and the Italian School of Political Economy
By Lorenzo Esposito, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore e Banca d’Italia
Discussant: Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre

3. Augusto Graziani and the Italian School of Political Economy
By Roberto Lampa, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

4. Pierangelo Garegnani and the Italian School of Political Economy
By Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Nadia Garbellini, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 18: [HET] Money in the history of economic thought
Session Chair: Giovanni Pavanelli, Università di Torino

1. Hicks on Money in the 1930s
By Bruna Ingrao & Claudio Sardoni, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Giovanni Pavanelli, Università di Torino

2. Ricardo on the “Comparative-advantage” Equilibrium: A Monetary Adjustment
By Ghislain Deleplace, University Paris 8
Discussant: Sergio Rossi, University of Fribourg

3. Thomas Tooke and the Classical theory of Central Banking
By Laurent Le Maux, University of Western Brittany
Discussant: Ghislain Deleplace, University Paris 8

4. Monetary Production Theory: Revolutionary or Not Microfounded?
By Felipe Sousa, University of Coimbra
Discussant: Antonino Lofaro, Università Roma Tre

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 19: [METHOD] Economic methodology: the discipline and its structure
Session Chair: Paolo Ramazzotti, Università di Macerata

1. A Polycentric Governance for Economics
By Angela Ambrosino, Mario Cedrini, Valentina Erasmo, Università di Torino, & John B. Davis, Marquette University and University of Amsterdam
Discussant: Maria Pia Paganelli, Trinity University

2. Development Economics in the XXI Century
By Michele Alacevich, Università di Bologna
Discussant: Paolo Ramazzotti, Università di Macerata

3. “Guarding the Boundaries”: The Controversial Relationship between Economics and Philosophy in the Dialogue between Benedetto Croce and Vilfredo Pareto
By Gabriele Guzzi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino
Discussant: Carlo Cristiano, Università di Pisa

4. Teaching the Polycrisis: Assessing the Effect of Pluralist Education in Italian Economics Programs
By Michela Ciccotosto, Young Scholars Initiative, Oleksandra Sokolenko, Università Roma Tre,
& J.Christopher Proctor, Université de Technologie de Compiègne
Discussant: Antonella Rancan, Università del Molise

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 20: [POLICIES] IPKN@STOREP session (II) – Aggregate demand and income distribution
Session Chair: Priscila Ferreira, University of Minho

1. The Evolution of Bargaining Position of Workers in Wage Negotiation in Italy
By Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli, & Luigi Salvati, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Discussant: Priscila Ferreira, University of Minho

2. Banking Sector, Distributive Conflict, and Monetary Theory of Distribution
By Riccardo Zolea, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Lino Sau, Università di Torino

3. Kaldor, Hicks and Goodwin Meet the Supermultiplier: On Growth Cycles and Autonomous Demand
By Ettore Gallo, Università di Parma
Discussant: Anna Vergnano, Università Roma Tre

4. Female Labor Force Participation and the Role of Aggregate Demand
By Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli, Antonella Stirati & Anna Vergnano, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Daniele Tori, The Open University

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 21: [POLICIES] IPKN@STOREP session (III) – European fiscal rules, aggregate demand, and public debt
Session Chair: Elena Danescu, University of Luxembourg

1. Days of Future Past? The Reform of the European Fiscal Framework, the (Enduring) Role of the Structural Balance and the Pro-cyclical Bias of Potential GDP Endogeneity
By Giovanni Carnazza, Università di Pisa, & Emilio Carnevali, Northumbria University
Discussant: Elena Danescu, University of Luxembourg

2. Keynes is still alive: Autonomous Demand and Aggregate Supply in Italy (1998-2023)
By Lorenzo Di Domenico, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Santiago Gahn, Università Niccolò Cusano, & Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli
Discussant: Eugenio Caverzasi, Università dell’Insubria

3. Government Spending, Multipliers, and Public Debt Sustainability: An Empirical Assessment for OECD Countries
By Michele Capriati, Matteo Deleidi, Università di Bari, & Giovanna Ciaffi, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Francesco Linguanti, Università di Siena

4. The Euro Area’s Achilles Heel: Reassessing Italy’s Long Decline in the Context of European Integration and Globalisation
By Francesco Zezza, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Emilio Carnevali, Northumbria University

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 22: [ISSUES] AFED@STOREP session
Session Chair: Alain Marciano, Università di Torino

1. Property Law and Street Art: Civil Law Issues and Hermeneutic Solutions between Italy and the United States
By Giulia Anselmo, L.U.M.S.A. Palermo
Discussant: Edoardo Peruzzi, Leibniz University Hannover

2. Is the New Brandesian Antitrust a New Structuralism? Some Insights into the Intellectual History of New Brandeisism
By Sophie Harnay, University Paris Nanterre
Discussant: Alain Marciano, Università di Torino

3. The Gatekeeper’s Dilemma: Expert Testimony, Scientific Knowledge and Judicial Reasoning
By Edoardo Peruzzi, Leibniz University Hannover, & Gustavo Cevolani, IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca
Discussant: Sophie Harnay, University Paris Nanterre

4. The Cycles of Decrees: Evidence from the Italian Parliament
By Martina Dattilo, Università di Torino, & Fabio Padovano, CREM CNRS, Université Rennes 1 and Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Ramsi Woodcock, University of Kentucky

Aula 7 Martini
Session 23: [ISSUES] Development and trade in the “world” system
Session Chair: Ferlanda Luna, University of Coimbra

1. Growing International Inequality, Guilty Countries and Patterns of Extractivism and Subordination
By Samuele Bibi, Aalborg University
Discussant: Petur Jonsson, Fayetteville State University

2. Mandate Matters – Counter-Cyclical Lending and Public Purpose; Some Surprises from the World’s Newest Multilateral Development Banks
By Diana Barrowclough, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Discussant: Ferlanda Luna, University of Coimbra

3. Does Functional Diversification Reduce the Exposure to GVC Disruptions? Evidence and Implications for Industrial Policy
By Andrea Coveri, Antonello Zanfei, Università di Urbino, & Raffaele Giammetti, Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale
Discussant: Randolph Bruno, University College London

Aula 8 Frassati
Session 24: [ISSUES] Criptoassets and digital currencies
The session is sponsored by Progetti PNRR – Fondo per il Programma di Ricerca di Rilevante Interesse Nazionale – PRIN 2022 – DEEP – Digital tEchnologies and monEtary Policies: the role of cryptocurrencies
Session Chair: Carlo D’Ippoliti, Sapienza Università di Roma

1. Digital Euro, Bitcoin and Stablecoin: Differences and Similarities
By Francesca Mattassoglio, Università Milano Bicocca
Discussant: Stefano Lucarelli, Università di Bergamo

2. Token Offerings: An Explorative Study of Follow-Up Funding of Token-Baked Companies
By Monica Rossolini, Università Milano Bicocca
Discussant: Luca Fantacci, Università di Milano

3. Economic Policy, Regulation, and Cryptocurrencies
By Stefano Lucarelli, Università di Bergamo
Discussant: Carlo D’Ippoliti, Sapienza Università di Roma

4. Analysing the Path towards CBDCs in the US and Europe
By Jacopo Maria Magurno, Università di Milano, & Jacopo Temperini, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Francesca Mattassoglio, Università Milano Bicocca

 

 

SESSIONS D
Sessions 25-31, FRIDAY, 28 JUNE, 11.30-13

Salone Pio XII

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 25: [HET] On Piero Sraffa
Session Chair: Nerio Naldi, Sapienza Università di Roma

1. Piero Sraffa and the preservation of Gramsci’s Notebooks
By Nerio Naldi, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Vinicius Fagotti, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid / Sapienza Università di Roma

2. The Contributions of Gautam Mathur and Khaleeq Ahmed Naqvi to the Cambridge Capital Controversies
By Christian Gehrke, University of Graz
Discussant: Gabriel Brondino, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

3. An Alternative Derivation of Sraffa’s Fundamental Equation with Applications
By Alessandro Saccal, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology
Discussant: Nerio Naldi, Sapienza Università di Roma

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 26: [HET] ARISE@STOREP – Round table discussion on: “As Gods Among Men: A History of the Rich in the West” (Princeton UP, 2024)
Session Chair: Luca Fantacci, Università di Milano

1. As Gods Among Men: A History of the Rich in the West
By Guido Alfani, Università Bocconi

2. Discussion on “As Gods Among Men: A History of the Rich in the West”
By Gabriele Ballarino, Università di Milano

3. Discussion on: “As Gods Among Men: A History of the Rich in the West”
By Germano Maifreda; Università di Milano

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 27: [METHOD] From theory to policy, a history
Session Chair: Giulio Cifarelli, Università di Firenze

1. Towards An Effective Theory of Economic Policy. Federico Caffè’s Legacy and Recent Developments in Economic Thought
By Paolo Ramazzotti, Università di Macerata
Discussant: Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre

2. A History of Thinking About Fiscal Rules
By Lars P. Feld, University of Freiburg, & Daniel Nientiedt, Walter Eucken Institut
Discussant: Cristina Re, Università di Siena

3. Vox Clamans in Deserto: Richard Kahn and His Fight Against Monetarism in 1970s
By Paolo Paesani, Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Discussant: Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 28: [METHOD] Social Inequalities, Economic thinking and literature
Session Chair: Ted Winslow, York University

1. ‘Love Is First of All a Lesson in Utility’ (O’Hara 1950): A Literary History of Value, Distribution, and Inequality, 1870–1940
By Dominic Walker, University of Cambridge
Discussant: Alessandro Le Donne, Università di Torino

2. Social Equity and Economic Efficiency: The Role of EU Policy in Addressing Inequalities
By Alina Szypulewska-Porczynska, Edyta Zdunska-Leseux, Daniel Krause Martins, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Discussant: Francesco Zezza, Sapienza Università di Roma

3. Deconstruction as Economic Thought
By Giustino De Michele, Université Aix-Marseille
Discussant: Dominic Walker, University of Cambridge

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 29: [INEQUALITIES] Gender inequality
Session Chair: Daniela Tavasci, Queen Mary University of London

1. The Unseen Impact of Money Creation on Gender Inequality – And What to Do about It
By Sam Hummel, Duke University, & Benjamin Whitehurst, North Carolina State University
Discussant: Riccardo Zolea, Sapienza Università di Roma

2. Quality of Legal Systems and Gender Equality in the European Union
By Matteo Migheli, Università di Torino
Discussant: Nadia von Jacobi, Università di Trento

3. International Competitiveness and Gender Inequality: Rethinking the BPCG Model
By Chiara Grazini, Giulio Guarini, Università della Tuscia, & Srinivas Raghavendra, Azim Premji University
Discussant: Jacopo Temperini, Sapienza Università di Roma

Aula 7 Martini
Session 30: [INEQUALITIES] Inequality and its measures in postwar Italy
Session Chair: Fabrizio Bientinesi, Università di Pisa

1. How to Measure the Labour Cost? The Role of ISTAT and International Statistical Networks between 1950s and 1970s
By Manfredi Alberti, Università di Palermo
Discussant: Fabrizio Bientinesi, Università di Pisa

2. A Golden Age for All? Income Inequality in Italy, 1950-1970
By Giacomo Gabbuti, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, & Edoardo Rappa, Università di Siena
Discussant: Riccardo Pariboni, Università di Siena

3. The Cassa del Mezzogiorno and the Structural Transformation of Southern Italy
By Tancredi Buscemi, Riccardo Pariboni, Università di Siena, & Antonino Lofaro, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Matteo Rossi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino

Aula 8 Frassati
Session 31: [ISSUES] Growth models
Session Chair: Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli

1. Marxian or Post-Keynesian Growth Cycles?
By Francesco Linguanti, Università di Siena
Discussant: Davide Romaniello, Università Luigi Vanvitelli

2. Demand for Commodities and Keynesian Multiplier
By Saverio M. Fratini, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Vinicius Centeno, Università di Siena

3. Demand-Led Growth and its Limits: The Role of Native-Born and Foreign-Born Labour Forces
By Aldo Barba, Università di Napoli “Federico II”
Discussant: Lorenzo Di Domenico, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

 

 

SESSIONS E
Sessions 32-36, SATURDAY, 29 JUNE, 8.30-10

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 32: [HET] Ten years after: on Augusto Graziani’s economic theory and economic policy, a discussion
Session Chair: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

1. Destabilising a Stable Economy: Minsky in the Monetary Circuit
By Marco Veronese Passarella, Università dell’Aquila and Leeds University Business School
Discussant: Luca Timponelli, Université de Lausanne

2. From Disaggregate Analysis to Macroeconomic Analysis. Augusto Graziani’s Approach to General Economic Equilibrium
By Luca Timponelli; Université de Lausanne
Discussant: Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo

3. Once upon a Time, There Was Economic Policy. Augusto Graziani on Economic Policy, Inflation, Post-Keynesianism
By Riccardo Bellofiore, Università di Bergamo
Discussant: Marco Veronese Passarella, Università dell’Aquila and Leeds University Business School

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 33: [METHOD] The social dimension
Session Chair: Attilio Trezzini, Università Roma Tre

1. Commitment and Social Embeddedness: Social Enterprises (SEs) as Capabilities-oriented Firms
By Valentina Erasmo, Università di Torino
Discussant: Alessandro Saccal, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology

2. Adam Smith and Sympathetic Cosmopolitanism
By Maria Pia Paganelli, Trinity University
Discussant: Gabriele Guzzi, Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, Torino

3. Utilitarianism and Economics
By Stefano Colombo, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Discussant: Ted Winslow, York University

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 34: [INEQUALITIES] ESHET@STOREP session. “Economic policies, inequalities, social improvement: A historical perspective”
Session Chair: Mario Cedrini, Università di Torino

1. Industrialization without theory. Economists, social legislation and the Italian ‘take-off’
By Claudia Sunna, Università del Salento
Discussant: Saverio M. Fratini, Università Roma Tre

2. Angelo Della Riccia’s contributions to the study of income and wealth inequality
By Giovanni Di Bartolomeo, Sapienza Università di Roma, & Guido Erreygers, University of Antwerp
Discussant: Giacomo Gabbuti, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna Pisa

3. Shaping the Welfare State in times of Polycrisis: Crunch time for the Luxembourg Social Model?
By Elena Danescu; University of Luxembourg
Discussant: Matteo Deleidi, Università di Bari

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 35: [POLICIES] Developmental issues: the case of Brazil
Session Chair: Roberto Lampa, Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italy

1. Echoes of the Global Financial Crisis and the Wave of Political Instability on Brazilian Health Policies: An examination of the inequality dynamics of access and health outcomes
By Jaqueline Damasceno; University of Coimbra
Discussant: Roberto Lampa, Università degli Studi di Macerata, Italy

2. Urban Informality and the Climate Crisis: An Ethnography of Development Economics and Inequality in Two-Middle Cities in Brazil
By Ferlanda Luna; University of Coimbra
Discussant: Tatiana Vasconcelos Fleming Machado, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Economy of Francesco Academy

3. The Escalation of Inequalities in the Twin Transitions: The Role of the Brazilian Legislature in this Dynamics
By Joao Danon Tavares; Institute of Social and Political Studies, & Tatiana Vasconcelos Fleming Machado, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Economy of Francesco Academy
Discussant: Jaqueline Damasceno, University of Coimbra

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 36: [POLICIES] Policies, ideology, and philosophy of economics
Session Chair: Stefan Kesting, Leeds University Business School

1. “Afraid to be free”. On Buchanan’s challenge to liberal thought
By Paolo Silvestri; Università di Catania
Discussant: Stefan Kesting, Leeds University Business School

2. The contribution of Alberto Alesina to the history of economic thought and to the political and economic transformations of his time
By Gianmaria Brunazzi; Università di Milano, & Cristina Re; Università di Siena
Discussant: Emilio Carnevali, Northumbria University

3. Narrative Capital in Action: Addressing Inequalities through Dialogue between Literature and Economics
By Stefano R Rozzoni, Università di Bergamo and Economy of Francesco Academy
Discussant: Guido Erreygers, University of Antwerp

 

 

 

 

SESSIONS F
Sessions 37-41, SATURDAY, 29 JUNE, 12-14

Aula 2 Lazzati
Session 37: [HET] Whatever happened to the History of economic thought?
Session Chair: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Sapienza Università di Roma

1. The History of Economic Thought from the Viewpoint of HES Presidential Adresses
By Maria Cristina Marcuzzo & Giulia Zacchia, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Daniela Tavasci, Queen Mary University of London

2. Considerations on the Present Role of the History of Economic Analysis
By Paolo Trabucchi, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Sapienza Università di Roma

3. Gli studi di Storia del pensiero economico in Italia dal 1948 a oggi
By Carlo Cristiano; Università di Pisa
Discussant: Manuela Mosca, Università del Salento

Aula 3 Panighi
Session 38: [HET] Keynes’ General Theory and its interpreters
Session Chair: Eleonora Sanfilippo, Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale

1. Two Neglected Interpretations of the General Theory: The Works of Morishima and Vicarelli
By Massimo Di Matteo, Università di Siena
Discussant: Claudio Sardoni, Sapienza Università di Roma

2. Rescuing the Principle of Effective Demand: Pasinetti and Garegnani as Interpreters of Keynes
By Antonella Palumbo, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Massimo Cingolani, Banca europea per gli investimenti

3. Keynes on the Relation of Income and Wealth Inequality to “Civilisation” as “A Thin and Precarious Crust”
By Ted Winslow, York University
Discussant: Eleonora Sanfilippo, Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale

4. The Relation between Keynes’ Treatise on Probability, the Treatise on Money, the General Theory and Further Writings: Reading the Treatise on Money through Cardim de Carvalho, Graziani, Seccareccia, Tonveronachi and Vallageas
By Massimo Cingolani, Banca europea per gli investimenti
Discussant: Massimo Di Matteo, Università di Siena

Aula 4 Bachelet
Session 39: [POLICIES] Currency and Growth
Session Chair: Giancarlo Bertocco, Università dell’Insubria

1. The European Parliament, Economic and Monetary Union, and the Maastricht Treaty
By Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium
Discussant: Giancarlo Bertocco, Università dell’Insubria

2. Composition Effects and the Distribution and Growth of Wages: The Case of Portugal
By Priscila Ferreira, University of Minho, & Lara Tavares, University of Lisbon
Discussant: Ivo Maes, National Bank of Belgium

3. Currency and Growth Cycles: A Model Inspired by Salvatore Biasco
By Valerio Venditti & Carlo D’Ippoliti, Sapienza Università di Roma
Discussant: Aldo Barba, Università di Napoli “Federico II”

Aula 5 Tettamanzi
Session 40: [ISSUES] IPKN@STOREP session (IV) – Macroeconomic Issues
Session Chair: Rosa Canelli, Università del Sannio

1. Financial Production in Motion. An Exploration of the Financial, Insurance, and Real Estate Sectors in Global Value Chains
By Daniele Tori, The Open University, & Andrea Coveri, Università di Urbino
Discussant: Santiago Gahn, Università Niccolò Cusano

2. We Live on the Same Planet, but Are We on the Same Boat? Analysis of the Distributive Impacts of the Climate Crisis
By Edoardo Sala, Università Roma Tre
Discussant: Daniele Tori, The Open University

3. Neither Mr. Keynes nor the ‘Classics’: Debunking the IS-LM model
By Marco Veronese Passarella, Università dell’Aquila and Leeds University Business School
Discussant: John McCombie, University of Cambridge

4. The Monetary Circuit in a Developed Financial System: From Credit Creation to Profit Realization
By Alberto Botta, University of Greenwich, Eugenio Caverzasi, Università dell’Insubria, Daniele Tori; The Open University
Discussant: Rosa Canelli, Università del Sannio

Aula 6 Dutto
Session 41: [INEQUALITIES] WINIR@STOREP Session (II)
Session Chair: Paolo Silvestri, Università di Catania

1. Minimum Global Tax: Winners and Losers in the Race for Mergers and Acquisitions
By Vito Amendolagine, Gianluigi De Pascale, Università di Foggia, Randolph Bruno, University College London, & Maria Cipollina, Università del Molise
Discussant: Paolo Silvestri, Università di Catania

2. Institutionalizing Inequality: Field Conditions, Institutional Belonging, and the Distribution of Identities
By Nadia von Jacobi, Università di Trento
Discussant: Anna Horodecka, Warsaw School of Economics

3. Central Banks and Inequalities? – How Can Habermas’s Theory of Deliberative Democracy Underpin Central Bankers’ Communication as a Source of their Legitimacy?
By Stefan Kesting, Leeds University Business School
Discussant: Lorenzo Esposito, Università Cattolica e Banca d’Italia