• A Celebration of Forty Years of “History of Political Economy” and the Editorship of Craufurd Goodwin

    An issue of: History of Political Economy
    Volume: 43
    Issue: 2
    Special Issue Editor(s): Kevin D. Hoover
    Pages: 192
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  • Articles Back

    Craufurd Goodwin and History of Political Economy: A Double Anniversary–

    Kevin D. Hoover

    Keynote Address Back

    Uses and Abuses of Adam Smith–

    Amartya Sen

    Theme 1: The Fine Arts Back

    Main Presentation Back

    The Political Economy of Art: Ruskin and Contemporary Cultural Economics – David Throsby

    Roundtable Presentations Back

    Romantic versus Real-World Art-Making and Valuation – Neil De Marchi

    Economics and Aesthetics in Ruskin and Neoclassicism – Robert Leonard

    John Ruskin: Ethics in Economics– Annabel Wharton

    Theme 2: The Environment Back

    Main Presentation Back

    Exchange, Specialization, and Property as a Discovery Process–Vernon L. Smith

    Roundtable Presentations Back

    Consumer Sovereignty in the History of Environmental Economics– H. Spencer Banzhaf

    Inventing Price Systems and Substitutes for Them– V. Kerry Smith

    What Begat Property?–

    Jonathan B. Wiener

    Theme 3: Journalism and Public Policy Back

    Main Presentation Back

    The Uses and Misuses of Economics in Daily Journalism– Louis Uchitelle

    Roundtable Presentations Back

    The Great Recession as a Great Enlightener– William J. Barber

    When a Crisis in Journalism Meets an Economy in Crisis – Philip Bennett

    Fractals in Economic Journalism– Tiago Mata

    Theme 4: Religion Back

    Main Presentation Back

    "In a Space of Questions": A Reflection on Religion and Economics at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century – Bradley W. Bateman

    Roundtable Presentations Back

    Economics and Antagonisms – Stanley Hauerwas

    Whose Economics? Which Religion? Comments on Brad Bateman's "In a Space of Questions" – Kelly Johnson

    The Entwinement of Religion and Economics: Comments on Bradley Bateman's "In a Space of Questions" – Barbara Herrnstein Smith

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