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

An issue of: History of Political Economy

A Celebration of Forty Years of “History of Political Economy” and the Editorship of Craufurd Goodwin
Journal Issue Pages: 192 Volume 43, Number 2 Published: 2011 An issue of History of Political Economy
Special Issue Editor: Kevin D. Hoover

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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

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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

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

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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

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

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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

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

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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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