Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics, History and Political Science

The Annals is a forum for the free exchange of ideas
among scholars working in the field of social sciences

Annals of the Fondazione Luigi Einaudi is a peer-reviewed academic journal aiming to promote interdisciplinarity as a method of scientific inquiry and a highly relevant issue in social sciences.

Based on the tradition of Annali della Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, founded in 1967, the Annals, which publish two issues per year, aim at facilitating communication and encouraging cross-fertilization of ideas among both established international scholars and younger scholars working in the field of history, economics, political science, and other social disciplines. Its articles have rigorous style and language, but are accessible to scholars belonging to different fields of social sciences.
The Editors welcome submissions from all social science disciplines across a broad variety of topics that support the mission of the Journal; manuscripts must adhere to the Instructions to authors.

The Annals is an open access journal. The whole collection of issues is published online (there are no submission or publication charges) on this website.

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“A” Anvur category: 14/B2 – Storia delle relazioni internazionali, delle società e delle istituzioni extraeuropee
ISSN: 2532-4969

Current issue (Vol. LV 2 - 2021)

Editors’ Preface to the Symposium “Is a Europe in the Spirit of the Ventotene Manifesto Still Possible?”

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The Origins of the European Project after the First World War (1919-1930)

Antonella Braga

The Cultural Roots of Ventotene’s Manifesto: The Spinelli’s Perspective

Piero Graglia

Anti-Fascism and Pro-European Movement

Paolo Soddu

1941-2021: Strengths and Weaknesses of the EU’s Emergence as an Unprecedented Power in a Non-European World

Mario Telò

The European Project between Progressive Evolution and Sudden Discontinuity: A Long Term Historical Assessment

Luca Einaudi

Germany’s Two Models and the Long-Term Sustainability of the Eurozone

Annamaria Simonazzi

An Economic and Monetary ‘Experiment’ Gone Too Far?

Paola Subacchi

Growth and the Single Currency: Fiscal Policy as the Cause of Disunity in the EU

Jan Kregel

The Return of Fiscal Policy: Eurozone Macroeconomic Governance after Covid

Francesco Saraceno

Ventotene and the Evolving Pattern of Migration

Alessandra Venturini

Sustainable Development as a Fundamental Goal of the EU and its Implications for Business in Society

Vera Palea

A “United States of Europe” – An Idea Whose Time Has Come (or Gone)? The Insecurity Cycle in Europe and America

Suzanne J. Konzelmann and Marc Fovargue-Davies

Taking Soft Power Seriously: Power and Prestige in International Relations Today

David W. Ellwood

Revolution and Nations: A Specifically European History?

Antonino De Francesco

On a Life Path Exploring the Dangerous Relationships of Philosophy, Economics and the Humanities. A Memoir of Fabio Ranchetti (1948-2020)

Bruna Ingrao

Review of Peter J. Boettke and Alain Marciano (eds.), “The Soul of Classical Political Economy: James M. Buchanan from the Archives”, Fairfax, VA: Mercatus Centre at George Mason University, 2020

John Meadowcroft

Review of Sergio Cesaratto, “Heterodox Challenges in Economics: Theoretical Issues and the Crisis of the Eurozone”, Berlin: Springer, 2020

Paolo Paesani

The 1972 Stockholm Conference, Fifty Years Later

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Vol. LIII, n. 2 – 2019

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Contributors: S. Fenoaltea, L. Prados de la Escosura, A. Baffigi, G. Vecchi, C. Diebolt and M. J. Haupert, J. Assa

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Contributors include M. Ambrosi, G. Bertola, M. Bresciani, T. Caponio, P. Clarke, L. Einaudi, M. Ferrera, J. Kregel, L. Quaglia, F. Saraceno, M. Telò, V. Valli.
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