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Sarvy, Scott, and Carlos interview Jeff Biddle, Professor of Economics at Michigan State University and Past President of the History of Economics Society. Topics include the relationship between Biddle's historical work and his work as a labor economist, the history of agricultural economics, the business cycle work of Wesley Clair Mitchell, and B…
 
In this episode, Carlos, Sarvy, and Gerardo interview Fabian Muniesa, Director of Research at the Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation (CSI), a research center of L'École des Mines de Paris. Discussion topics include Muniesa's earlier work on performativity and how it evolved, valuation studies, ethnographic approaches to economic sociology and bus…
 
In this episode, Scott and Gerardo and new co-host, Sarvnaz Lotfi, are joined by Jennifer Jhun, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Duke University and Faculty Fellow with Duke's Center for the History of Political Economy. The discussion revolves primarily around the uses and abuses of modeling in economics and other fields, such as epidemiology,…
 
In this episode, our intrepid hosts interview Keith Tribe, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Tartu, about his work on a range of topics in economic history and the history of economic thought, including the subjects of his books Land, Labour, and Economic Discourse (1978), Strategies of Economic Order: German Economic Discourse, 1750-1950…
 
Scott, Gerardo and Carlos review three recent additions to the literature in the history of economic thought and economic methodology: Gerardo discusses a paper on the role of the “economic priest” in the cooperative movement in Ireland in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries; Scott reviews a paper addressing two contrasting views of e…
 
Carlos, Scott, and Gerardo are joined by Ivan Moscati, Professor of Economics at Insubria University in Italy, to discuss his book, Measuring Utility: From the Marginal Revolution to Behavioral Economics (2018, Oxford University Press). Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeco…
 
In this episode, Gerardo, Carlos, and Scott interview Ivan Boldyrev, Assistant Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics at Radboud University. Topics include Ivan's work on economics and performativity, the history of economics in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia, and the significance of Hegelian philosophy and critical theory for economic tho…
 
This unique episode features Gary Mongiovi of St. John's University and David Levy of George Mason University discussing their particular perspectives on the work of James Buchanan, winner of the 1986 Nobel Prize in Economics, and father of public choice economics and constitutional political economy. The episode begins with an excerpt from Profess…
 
Gerardo, Scott, and Carlos talk with philosopher of economics Catherine Herfeld, Assistant Professor of Social Theory and Philosophy of the Social Sciences at the University of Zurich. Topics include Herfeld's work on the various meanings and uses of the rationality principle in economics, the challenges of straddling the disciplines of economics a…
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall discuss a few recent additions to the literature in the history of economic thought. Topics include the disagreement between Adam Smith and Edmund Burke over the East India Company, the evolving conceptualizations of "poverty" in African languages, and the role that policymakers' e…
 
Carlos attends the 7th Latin American Conference of the History of Economic Thought in Curitiba, Brazil, and talks with Jimena Hurtado of Colombia's Universidad de los Andes, Jose Edwards of Chile's Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez, Felipe Almeida of Brazil's Federal University of Paraná, Rebeca Gomez Betancourt of the University of Lyon in France, and Al…
 
In this episode, Scott Scheall sits down with Stefan Kolev, Professor of Economics at the University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, to discuss a range of topics, including the history and significance of the German Ordoliberal economists, the "Old" Chicago school of economics, the proper meaning of the term “neoliberalism,” and Stefan’s upbringing in…
 
Gerardo, Scott, and Carlos talk with Robert Leonard, former President of the History of Economics Society and Professor of Economics at Université du Québec à Montréal. The discussion ranges from the history of game theory to the "Buddhist economics" of E. F. Schumacher, Professor Leonard's latest research subject, to his experiences studying under…
 
In this episode, co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall are joined by Alain Marciano and Jean-Baptiste Fleury, co-winners of this year's Craufurd Goodwin Prize for Best Article in the History of Economics for their article "The Making of a Constitutionalist: James Buchanan on Education." In addition to their joint proje…
 
In Episode Twenty Three, Professor Richard van den Berg of Kingston University London joins Carlos, Scott, and Gerardo to talk about the life and times, and economic ideas of Richard Cantillon, the early 18th-century Irish-French economist, banker, and financial rapscallion. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar: A History of Economics Podcast is supporte…
 
In this episode, recorded at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the History of Economics Society, co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall are joined by five historians of economics still in the early stages of their careers to discuss several of the issues confronting young scholars in the field. The co-hosts are joined by Anna …
 
In this episode, a recording of a discussion held at Arizona State University as part of the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty's Perspectives on Economic Liberty series, historians of economic thought Sandra Peart of the University of Richmond and Joseph Persky of the University of Illinois-Chicago discuss John Stuart Mill, his relationship …
 
Co-hosts Scott Scheall, Gerardo Serra, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak discuss a few recent additions to the literature in the history of economic thought. Topics include the intellectual relationship between David Hume and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the visit of a delegation of radical American economists to Mao's China during the Cultural Revolution, an…
 
Co-host Gerardo Serra reports from the University of Ibadan (Nigeria) to discuss new initiatives and research in the history of African economic thought. Guests include Jerome Lange (Associate researcher, University of Paris 1) and Richard Itaman (Lecturer in comparative political economy of late development, King's College, London), the main organ…
 
In this episode, a recording of a public lecture held at Arizona State University, co-host Scott Scheall talks with Bruce Caldwell and Brad Bateman about the work of F. A. Hayek and John Maynard Keynes, as well as the professional relationship and personal friendship between the two famous economists. ERRATUM: At one point late in the episode, Scot…
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak and Scott Scheall are joined by Hans-Michael Trautwein, Professor of Economics at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg and Past President of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET). The conversation covers the relationship between business-cycle theorizing and macroeconomics, the …
 
Co-host Scott Scheall is joined by Malcolm Rutherford, Professor of Economics at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada, and 2014 Distinguished Fellow of the History of Economics Society, to talk about Professor Rutherford's work on the American Institutionalist economists. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from…
 
Co-hosts Gerardo Serra, Scott Scheall, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak chat with Secretary of the History of Economics Society, Marianne Johnson of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Topics include Professor Johnson's work on the American Institutionalist economists, her thoughts on Democracy in Chains, historian Nancy MacLean's controversial book a…
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall summarize and discuss several recent contributions to the scholarly literature in the history of economic thought. Topics include the funding practices of the Ford Foundation in 1960s Latin America, as well as the continuing relevance of both the socialist calculation and Hayek-Key…
 
Co-hosts Scott Scheall, Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, and Gerardo Serra are joined by three historians of economics still in the early phases of their respective careers -- Maria Bach of the American University of Paris, Kelly Goodman of Yale University, and Erich Pinzón-Fuchs of Universidad de los Andes -- for a discussion of the many fascinating chal…
 
Co-hosts Gerardo Serra, Scott Scheall, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak interview Mauro Boianovsky, Past-President of the History of Economics Society, about his work on the history of development economics, the influence of Latin American scholars on contemporary history of economics, his experience as a graduate student with the post-Keynesian econom…
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall interview Stephen Meardon, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for the Study of Western Hemispheric Trade at Texas A&M International University. Discussion topics include Professor Meardon's work on the history of American trade protectionism and the relevan…
 
Co-host Scott Scheall interviews Tyler DesRoches, Senior Sustainability Scholar and Assistant Professor in the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at Arizona State University. The conversation encompasses the ever-growing significance of interdisciplinary approaches to social inquiry, environmental economics and its history, the hi…
 
In this wide-ranging episode, co-host Scott Scheall interviews Ross Emmett, Professor of Political Economy and Director of the Center for the Study of Economic Liberty at Arizona State University. Discussion topics include Ross's work on Frank Knight and the circle of economists around Knight at the University of Chicago, Robert Malthus's contribut…
 
In this one-on-one interview, co-host Gerardo Serra talks with Felwine Sarr, author of Afrotopia (2016) and professor of economics at Gaston Berger University in Senegal. Topics include the relevance (or lack thereof) of development economics to conditions in African economies, the significance of African philosophy for thinking about the economic …
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall are joined by Maria Pia Paganelli, Professor of Economics at Trinity University and one of the world's leading Adam Smith scholars. Topics include the significance of reading Adam Smith in the modern age, recent trends in Smith scholarship, how studying Smith affects one's outlook …
 
Co-hosts Scott Scheall, Gerardo Serra, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak are joined by François Allisson, Senior Lecturer in the Walras-Pareto Center at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland. Discussion topics include Nikolai Sieber, the first Russian translator of Marx, Professor Allisson's work on the reception of marginalist economics in Russia, an…
 
Join co-hosts Gerardo Serra, Scott Scheall, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak as they summarize and discuss a few contributions to the recent literature. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.orgGerardo Serra, Scott Scheall, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
 
Co-hosts Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Gerardo Serra, and Scott Scheall are joined by the new co-editor of the Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Professor Jimena Hurtado of Universidad de los Andes. Discussion topics include the economic philosophies of political theorists Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Alexis de Tocqueville, the modern significan…
 
Kevin Hoover, Professor of Economics and Philosophy at Duke University, joins co-hosts Scott Scheall, Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, and Gerardo Serra. The discussion covers an array of topics, including the current state of macroeconomics, the need for a degree of pluralism in economic science, the relationship between Hoover's work in economics and ph…
 
Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Rome La Sapienza, joins co-hosts Scott Scheall, Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, and Gerardo Serra for a wide-ranging discussion of her work on Keynes and Cambridge economics, the relationship between Keynes and his great rival, Friedrich Hayek, the contemporary relevance of Marx…
 
In this short, preliminary episode, Co-hosts Scott Scheall, Gerardo Serra, and Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak introduce you to a new podcast about the history of economic thought, Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org…
 
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