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Irwin Collier on Economics in the Rear-View Mirror, Episode 10 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

6/4/2018
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Guest: Irwin Collier, Free University of Berlin Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode Irwin Collier, professor of Economics at the John-F.-Kennedy Institute for North American Studies at the Free University of Berlin, talks about his project Economics in the Rear-View Mirror, which recently celebrated its third anniversary. On his website, Irwin is collecting and making available teaching resources used in economics programmes at US universities. These resources include...

Duration:00:55:10

Erwin Dekker on the Viennese Students of Civilization, Episode 9 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

5/2/2018
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Guest: Erwin Dekker, Erasmus University Rotterdam Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Erwin Dekker talks about his book The Viennese Students of Civilization: The Meaning and Context of Austrian Economics Reconsidered. We discuss Erwin’s cultural approach to the history of economic thought in general, before Erwin talks about the cultural context and historical developments which he argues are important to understand the development of early Austrian economics from...

Duration:01:19:34

Gareth Dale on the Life of Karl Polanyi, Episode 8 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

3/1/2018
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Guest: Gareth Dale, Brunel University Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Gareth Dale talks about his biography “Karl Polanyi: A Life on the Left”, which has recently been published in paperback. We discuss Polanyi’s childhood and youth in Budapest, his move to Vienna after the First World War, his escape from Austrofascism to first England and later North America, where he would write his main work The Great Transformation. We also talk about Polanyi’s relationship...

Duration:01:04:53

Professor Annie Cot on the Master 2 program “Economics and Social Sciences: Epistemology, Methodologies and Theories” at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Episode 7 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

2/10/2018
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Guest: Annie Cot, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne Hosted and produced by Juan Acosta, Camila Orozco-Espinel, and Erich Pinzón-Fuchs For this episode we interviewed professor Annie Cot, director of the Master 2 Économie et Sciences Humaines (épistémologie, méthodes, théories) at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. We talked about the origin and evolution of the Master, as well as the type of work that their students carry out and the academic environment that the faculty and PhD...

Duration:00:15:07

Professor Medema on ‘ “Exceptional and Unimportant”? The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Externalities in Economic Analysis’ at the HPPE Seminar, Episode 6 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

1/28/2018
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Guest: Steven Medema, Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of Colorado Denver Hosted and Produced: Christina Laskaridis This episode features the Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Economics (HPPE) seminar at LSE with Professor Steven Medema on "Exceptional and Unimportant"? The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of Externalities in Economic Analysis that took place on 8th November 2017. About the presenter: Steven Medema is Distinguished Professor of Economics and Director...

Duration:00:53:44

Debjani Bhattacharyya on The Science of Planning: Notes from Indian Economic History at the HPPE Seminar, Episode 5 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

1/3/2018
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Presenter: Debjani Bhattacharyya, Drexel University and Leiden University. Hosted and produced by Maria Bach This episode features the Historical and Philosophical Perspectives on Economics (HPPE) seminar at LSE with Debjani Bhattacharyya on The Science of Planning: Notes from Indian Economic History that took place on 15 November 2017. About the presenter: Dr. Debjani Bhattacharyya is Assistant Professor of History at Drexel University and Research Fellow of International Institute of Asian...

Duration:00:43:37

Bruce Caldwell: HOPE Center, Economists’ Papers Archive, and Hayek Biography, Episode 4 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

11/24/2017
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Guest: Bruce Caldwell, Duke University Hosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher and Juan Acosta For this episode we interviewed Bruce Caldwell, director of the Center for the History of Political Economy (HOPE Center) at Duke University and general editor of the Collected Works of F. A. Hayek. In the first part of the interview we talk about the history of the Center, its activities, and the Economists' Papers Archive, a collection of papers of notable economists held at Duke's Rubenstein...

Duration:01:02:45

Prof. Erik Reinert: “80 Economic Bestsellers before 1850: A Fresh Look at the History of Economic Thought”, Episode 3 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

11/10/2017
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Guest: Professor Erik Reinert, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia & the Other Canon Foundation. Hosted and produced by Maria Bach This episode is a recording of a webinar organised by The YSI INET History of Economic Thought, Economic Development, Economic History and Latin America Working Groups – special thanks to Daniel Munevar whose voice you hear at the beginning. In this webinar, Professor Erik Reinert presents his paper on the "80 Economic Bestsellers before 1850: A Fresh Look...

Duration:01:02:49

Discussing Methods: The History of Economic Thought as the History of Practices with Thomas Stapleford, Episode 2 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

10/12/2017
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Guest: Thomas Stapleford, University of Notre Dame Hosted and produced by Maria Bach Additional interviewer: Christina Laskaridis Additional guests: Gonçalo L. Fonseca and Peter H. Bent In this episode, we briefly talk about methods in the History of Economic Thought, before discussing with Thomas Stapleford his paper Historical Epistemology and the History of Economics: Views Through the Lens of Practice. In this paper, Stapleford argues for approaching the history of economic thought as a...

Duration:00:31:04

Discussing Methods: The History of Economic Thought as the History of Practices with Thomas Stapleford, Episode 2 - Ceteris non Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

10/12/2017
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Guest: Thomas Stapleford, University of Notre Dame Hosted and produced by Maria Bach Additional interviewer: Christina Laskaridis Additional guests: Gonçalo L. Fonseca and Peter H. Bent In this episode, we briefly talk about methods in the History of Economic Thought, before discussing with Thomas Stapleford his paper Historical Epistemology and the History of Economics: Views Through the Lens of Practice. In this paper, Stapleford argues for approaching the history of economic thought as...

Duration:00:31:04

Introducing Ceteris non Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast, Episode 1 - Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

10/11/2017
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In this short introductory episode, we shortly outline the objectives of this podcast and explain the name Ceteris non Paribus. We are a group of young scholars starting a podcast in the history of economic thought and you'll hear the voices from the following young scholars in this episode: Maria Bach, PhD Student at King's College London Reinhard Schumacher, PostDoc at the University of Potsdam Erwin Dekker, Assistant Professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam Camila Orozco Espinel, PhD...

Duration:00:04:09

Introducing Ceteris non Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast, Episode 1 - Ceteris non Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

10/11/2017
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In this short introductory episode, we shortly outline the objectives of this podcast and explain the name Ceteris non Paribus. We are a group of young scholars starting a podcast in the history of economic thought and you'll hear the voices from the following young scholars in this episode: Maria Bach, PhD Student at King's College London Reinhard Schumacher, PostDoc at the University of Potsdam Erwin Dekker, Assistant Professor at the Erasmus University Rotterdam Camila Orozco Espinel,...

Duration:00:04:09