Convenors: Raphaelle Schwarzberg and Gerardo Serra
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By bringing together scholars from different disciplines, the HPPE provides a platform for discussing the historical evolution of economic thinking and its philosophical implications. From Ancient Greece to contemporary Africa, all topics and perspectives are welcome. The aim of the seminar is to offer graduate students and scholars at any stage of their career the possibility to present their work, and enrich our understanding of the processes of historical change and the philosophical context (epistemological, moral, ontological) in which the theory and practice of economics and other social sciences take place.
■Time: Wednesdays, 1pm
■Venue: East Building EAS.E168
Gabriel Wollner, Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, LSE
Title: 'Justice, finance and international taxation'
Bruce Caldwell, Center for the History of Political Economy, Duke University
F. A. Hayek and the “Economic Calculus”
Paul Hudson, retired economist
'Was Sraffa a General Equilibrium Theorist?'
Stephan Werner, Department of Economic History, LSE
“Audentes fortuna iuvat” – The Concept of Risk in Economic Theory