Intellectual Communities in the History of Economics

An issue of: History of Political Economy

Intellectual Communities in the History of Economics
Journal Issue Pages: 252 Volume 43, Number 1 Published: Spring 2011 An issue of History of Political Economy
Special Issue Editor(s): Evelyn L. Forget, Craufurd D. Goodwin


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1. Intellectual Communities in the History of Economics–Evelyn L. Forget and Craufurd D. Goodwin

2. From Versailles to Paris: The Creative Communities of the Physiocratic Movement– Loïc Charles and Christine Théré

3. The Bloomsbury Group as Creative Community–Craufurd D. Goodwin

4. The Collapse of Interwar Vienna: Oskar Morgenstern's Community, 1925–50–Robert Leonard

5. A 1930s North American Creative Community: The Harvard "Pareto Circle"–Annie L. Cot

6. Reinterpreting the Keynesian Revolution: A Research School Analysis–Robert A. Cord

7. A Tale of Two Communities: Fighting Poverty in the Great Society (1964–68)–Evelyn L. Forget

8. Public Choice and the Notion of Creative Communities–Steven G. Medema

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