STOREP 2023: Raffaelli Lecture
Rethinking Economic Policies:
The Role of the State in the post-Covid-19
20th STOREP Annual Conference, June 15-17, 2023
Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Bari, Italy
STOREP 2023 “RAFFAELLI LECTURE”
The “Raffaelli lecture” is in honour of Tiziano Raffaelli, Full professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa, an internationally renowned specialist of Alfred Marshall’s economics, a promoter of several research initiatives of political economy, and an active and reputable member of STOREP. Starting from the 14th Annual STOREP Conference, and thanks to the generosity of Manuela Giovannetti, full professor at the University of Pisa and widow of Tiziano Raffaelli, STOREP invites every year an internationally recognized scholar who has led innovative research on Raffaelli’s main interests – from Alfred Marshall’s thought, in particular, to, more generally, industrial economics, evolutionary economics, economic methodology – to hold a one-hour lecture to participants in the main conference. STOREP will broadly disseminate the lecture contents, both on its website and on social media, and eventually on special issues of academic journals with selected articles presented in the Annual Conference.
2017: Marco Dardi
2018: Harro Maas
2019: Richard Arena
2020: Sheila Dow
2021: Steven G. Medema
2022: Renee Prendergast
Maria Pia Paganelli will give the seventh “Raffaelli Lecture” at STOREP 2023.
Maria Pia Paganelli is Professor of Economics at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, US. She works on the history of economic thought, specializing in the 18th century. Her studies are on Adam Smith, David Hume, monetary theories, and the Scottish Enlightenment.
She regularly publishes in History of Political Economy (HOPE), The Journal of the History of Economic Thought, and History of Economic Ideas. She wrote the Routledge Guidebook of Smith’s Wealth of Nations (2020).
The European Society for the History of Economic Thought awarded her HOPE 2008 “The Adam Smith Problem in Reverse: Self-Interest in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations, and Theory of Moral Sentiments” the prize of Best Article of Year (2009).
She was the book review editor for the Journal of the History of Economic Thought, the vice-president of the History of Economics Society. She is the current president of the International Adam Smith Society.
The title of her Raffaelli lecture is “To intervene or not to intervene? This is the Smithian question”.