Second Conference on the
History of Recent Economics

5-7 June 2008
Technical University of Lisbon

10:45-11:30 Noel Thompson (Swansea University)
Invited Lecture: "J.K. Galbraith and the British Left, the reception of The Affluent Society"
11:30 Coffee
12:00-12:45 Perry Mehrling (Barnard College) and Christian Walter (Sciences Po)
"An Intellectual and Social History of the Martingale Approach in Modern Finance"
Discussant: Roger Backhouse (University of Birmingham)
12:45 Lunch
14:15-15:00 Béatrice Cherrier (EconomiX - Cachan)
"Rationalizing human organisation in an uncertain world: Jacob Marschak, from Russian prisons to behavioural science laboratories"
Discussant: Evelyn Forget (University of Manitoba)
15:00-15:45 Evelyn Forget (University of Manitoba)
"Poverty as an Affliction of the Body Social: The North American Negative Income Tax Experiments"
Discussant: Guido Erreygers (University of Antwerp)
15:45 Coffee
16:15-17:00 Yann Giraud (EconomiX - Cachan)
"Picturing Supply and Demand: Visual Culture and Economics Textbooks (1948-1969)"
Discussant: Tiago Mata (Technical University of Lisbon)
10:00-10:45 Pedro Garcia Duarte (University of São Paulo)
"Growth of Ramsey's Growth Model"
Discussant: Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound)
10:45-11:30 Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound)
"What A Difference a Sum Makes"
Discussant: Perry Mehrling (Barnard College)
11:30 Coffee
12:00-12:45 Richard Arena (GREDEG - CNRS)
"French Forms of Keynesianism"
Discussant: José Luís Cardoso (ICS)
12:45 Lunch
14:15-15:00 Sophie Harnay (University of Paris X - Nanterre) and Alain Marciano (University of Reims Champagne Ardenne)
"The self-interest model in economics and in legal theory"
Discussant: Jean-Baptiste Fleury (EconomiX - Cachan)
15:00-15:45 Daniel Hammond and Claire Hammond (Wake Forest University)
"Means and Ends in Postwar Liberalism"
Discussant: Philippe Fontaine (École Normale Supérieure de Cachan)
15:45 Coffee
16:15-17:00 Philip Mirowski (University of Notre Dame)
"On the Origins (in Chicago) of Some Species of Neoliberal Evolutionary Economics"
Discussant: Francisco Louçã (Technical University of Lisbon)
10:00-10:45 James Forder (Balliol College)
"How the Keynesians really lost the argument of 1968"
Discussant: Robert Leeson (Hoover Institution)
10:45-11:30 José Edwards (Université de Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne)
"A History of Subjective Quantification in Economics: Debates on the Use of Survey Data"
Discussant: Ana C. Santos (ISCTE)
11:30 Coffee
12:00-12:45 Carlo Zappia (Università di Siena)
"Non-Bayesian decision theory ante-litteram: the case of G. L. S. Shackle"
Discussant: Philip Mirowski (University of Notre Dame)
12:45 Lunch and Conference end