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Paul Samuelson, Women and the History of Economics (Part 1)

Paul Samuelson was notorious for many things, but also, like Marshall, for spending most of his academic life in the same institution. Read more

Can It Happen Again?

The view from BIS Read more

Disdain or paranoia for historians of economics?

The organizers of Duke’s Summer Institute on the history of economics were so worried that students might be embarrassed to ask their supervisors for a letter of recommendation, or that the supervisors would say it’s a waste of time to study history, so they took a last minute decision to cancel the need for a letter of recommendation. Read more


Jun 21, 2011

A Cold Case

Jun 20, 2011