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O que economistas historiadores, ou historiadores econômicos, discutem em seus congressos? Grandes temas de 2008 a 2017

A list of main subjects at each History of Economy Societies Sessions at academic meetings from 2008 to 2017:

2017
Friedman, Chile, and the Chicago Boys
Game Theory’s Booming Decade, 1977-1987. A Historical Account
The Political Economy of Development Economics - A Historical Perspective
The History of Psychology in Economics: The Cases For and Against Psychology

2016
Becoming Applied: The Transformation of Economics after 1970
Ruling the Market: Neoliberal Reasoning in Germany and Beyond
200 Years of Women Economists
Public Choice: Origins and Perspectives

2015
Keynes and Keynesian Economics in Light of the Financial Crisis
Histories of Behavioral Economics
Shakespeare and Economics
History of Discrimination in Economics


Market Failure in Context
Experiments in Economics: Historical and Methodological Perspectives
Financial Crises and Their Resolution in the History of Economic Thought
New Perspectives on Malthus: What Was He Really Saying about Population Growth and Human Societies?

2013
Real Business Cycle after three decades: Past, Present and Future
Keynes and the International Monetary System: The Centennial of Keynes (1913) Indian Currency and Finance
Writing MIT's History
Looking for Best Practices in Economic Journalism: Past and Present

2012
David Hume on Normative Economics
The History of Financial Economics: A Session in Memory of Peter Bernstein
Reflecting on Twenty-Five Years of the Economic Science Association
Chicago and Democracy

2011
The Histories of Scientific Observation in Economics
Rational Expectations, Retrospect and Prospect: On the 50th Anniversary of John Muth's "Rational Expectations and the Theory of Price Movements"
Irving Fisher and Modern Economics: 100 Years After The Purchasing Power of Money
Selling Economics to the Foundations

2010
The Integration of Micro and Macroeconomics From a Historical Perspective Complexity in the History of Economic Thought
100 years of Walras's Death
Financial Crises and the History of Economic Thought

2009
The Role of Oral History in the Study of Economics
Theory of Moral Sentiments After 250 Years
The Real Debate of the 1950's: Marshallian versus General Equilibrium Approaches
Growth Theory in Historical Perspective

2008
What Was/Is Financial Economics?
Keeping the Faith: The Continuing Engagement of Economics with Religion
Thorstein Veblen at 150: Rethinking a Survivor
Rawls and the Economists

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