CHOPE Working Papers, Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University

Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 187
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2021 Economists and the emergence of development discourse at OECDAlacevich, Michele; Granata, Mattia
2021 How economists ignored the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918-20Boianovsky, Mauro; Erreygers, Guido
2021 Raised within government walls: The early years of program evaluation in the USBrackmann Netto, Arthur
2021 The struggle for the soul of economicsHoover, Kevin D.
2021 Can we design spontaneity? The tension between evolution and design and the defense of liberalism in HayekColin-Jaege, Nathanaël
2021 Frank Plumpton Ramsey: A feminist economist?Marouzi, Soroush
2021 Evsey Domar and RussiaBoianovsky, Mauro
2021 F. A. Hayek's family and the Vienna circlesCaldwell, Bruce; Klausinger, Hansjörg
2021 F. A. Hayek's genealogyCaldwell, Bruce; Klausinger, Hansjörg
2020 What did it mean for Lucas to set up "useful" analogue systems?Galbács, Peter
2020 Karl Menger's unfinished biography of his father: New insights into Carl Menger's life through 1889Schumacher, Reinhard; Scheall, Scott
2020 Mont Pèlerin 1947Caldwell, Bruce
2020 Domar, expectations, and growth stabilizationBoianovsky, Mauro
2020 Voluminous, repetitive, and intractable: Samuelson on early development economicsBoianovsky, Mauro
2020 Uncertainty and the limits of marketsHirsch, Roni
2020 Hayek's treatment of legal positivismNientiedt, Daniel
2020 Whatever happened to history of science? How scholarship became politicized story-tellingStaddon, John Eric Rayner
2020 Paul Rosenstein-Rodan and the birth of development economicsAlacevich, Michele
2020 Science studies and economics: An informal historyWeintraub, Eliot Roy
2020 How mathematical economics became (simply) economics: The mathematical training of economists during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s in the United StatesOrozco Espinel, Camila
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 187
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