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Vol. LII, n. 2 – 2018

The issue is forthcoming. Besides regular articles, it includes a Symposium on the relationship between economics and other social science disciplines (ed. by Mario Cedrini and John Davis; contributors: Roger Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine, Mark D. White, John B. Davis, Alain Caillé) as well as one on Cambridge Keynesians (contributors: Luigi L. Pasinetti, Bradley W. Bateman, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo).


Vol. LII, n. 1 – 2018

Beyond individual articles, the issue includes two symposia, on "Globalization in Historical Perspective. A Long-term View" (contributors: G. Bertola, K. O'Rourke, S. Fenoaltea, U. Panizza) and on "Global History" (F. Tuccari, M. Meriggi, L. Di Fiore, V. Beonio Brocchieri, P. Delpiano and G. Gozzini), and a debate on Luigi Einaudi’s "On Abstract and Historical Hypotheses and on Value Judgments in Economic Sciences".

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Vol. LI, n. 2 – 2017


Reconstruction in Europe, 100 Years Later.
(Special Issue)

This issue of the Annals (winter 2017) aims at investigating the “reconstruction” made necessary by the current European – financial, economic, industrial and political – crisis. Contributors include Michael Ambrosi, Giuseppe Bertola, Marco Bresciani, Tiziana Caponio, Peter Clarke, Luca Einaudi, Maurizio Ferrera, Jan Kregel, Lucia Quaglia, Francesco Saraceno, Mario Telò, Vittorio Valli.

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Vol. LI, n. 1 – 2017

Keynes’s Relevance to the Contemporary World.
Eighty Years since The General Theory
(Special Issue)


The first published issue of the Annals (summer 2017) explores John Maynard Keynes’s legacy (social philosophy and method; insights for the management of domestic economies; suggestions of global reform) at a time of profound crisis for both the global economy and economics as discipline. Contributors include Jörg Bibow, Anna Carabelli, Mario Cedrini, Emanuele Citera, Peter Clarke, John Davis, Sheila Dow, Luca Fantacci, Roberto Marchionatti, Paolo Paesani, Kurt von Seekamm, Robert Skidelsky, Dario Togati, and David Vines. 

The Publisher is pleased to grant free access to the article “J.M. Keynes, The Modernity of an Un-Modern Economist” (by A. Carabelli, M. Cedrini and R. Marchionatti).

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