This book brings together leading scholars of the history of economic thought to demonstrate the vitality and richness of a discipline that welcomes both practitioners of intellectual, contextual history, as well as specialists in the historical explanation of the analytical and theoretical dimension of economic science. They shed new light on a variety of themes and problems and move the frontier of knowledge in the areas covered.
Economic Analyses in Historical Perspective is presented in three parts. The first deals with French traditions in economics, a field that Gilbert Faccarello has tilled for many years and to which he has made numerous contributions. The second turns to the dissemination and diffusion of economic ideas and theories across national borders, and thus to the European and even global level. Finally, the third part deals with analytical developments in some selected fields of economics: public economics, monetary policy, trade theory and spatial economics.
This volume is of great importance to those who study history of economic thought, political economy and monetary economics. The chapters’ centre around the work of Gilbert Faccarello, making this book a fitting tribute to his academic career on the history of economic theory and ideas.
Table of Contents
Heinz D. Kurz (University of Graz)
2. French traditions in economics
Freeing Trade or Freeing Humans? Mably and Condillac on Economic Policies and the Renewal of the French Kingdom
Arnaud Orain (University of Paris 8)
Physiocratic Philosophie économique
Philippe Steiner (University of Paris Sorbonne, & Institut universitaire de France)
Opinion, Time and Institution –– Necker’s critique of ‘New Science’
Yusuke Ando (Rikkyo University)
Jean-Baptiste Say as a Classical Moralist
Pierre Force (Columbia University)
Theology and Knowledge of the "Collective Man" in the Writings of Pierre-Simon Ballanche Ludovic Frobert (ENS Lyon)
Pellegrino Rossi: A Ricardian at the Collège de France?
Alain Béraud (Université de Cergy-Pontoise)
Charles Gide and marginalism in Histoire des doctrines économiques
Jean-Pierre Potier (University of Lyon)
3. European and global economic conversations
The individual, society and economy in 17th century thought
Cosimo Perrotta (University of Lecce)
A ‘Tory outré’? Le Blanc and Forbonnais readers of Hume
Thierry Demals (University of Lille)
Genovesi and Enlightened Political Economy
José Luís Cardoso (University of Lisbon)
Jean-Baptiste Say's Footnotes to Ricardo
German Editions of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations
Harald Hagemann (Hohenheim University Stuttgart)
John Ruskin in early 20th century Japan: some episodes
José Luís Cardoso is Research Professor and Director of the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Heinz D. Kurz is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the University of Graz, Austria, and Fellow of the Graz Schumpeter Centre.
Philippe Steiner is professor of sociology at the university Paris-Sorbonne and honorary Senior member of the Institut universitaire de France.