Including a Symposium on Latin American Monetary Thought: Two Centuries in Search of Originality Vol: 36C

Luca Fiorito
Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy

Scott Scheall
Arizona State University, USA

Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil

Product Details
20 Nov 2018
Emerald Publishing Limited
184 pages - 152 x 229mm
Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology
Volume 36C of Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology features a symposium edited by Andrés Álvarez on monetary economics in post-independence Latin America. The symposium features contributions from Matías Vernengo and Esteban Pérez Caldentey, Ricardo Solis Rosales, Florencia Sember, and Edna Carolina Sastoque Ramírez. Volume 36C also includes general research contributions from C. Tyler DesRoches and Dorian Jullien.
Part I: Symposium on Latin American Monetary Thought: Two Centuries in Search of Originality; Guest edited by Andrés Álvarez 
Chapter 1. An Introduction to a Symposium on Latin American Monetary Thought: Two Centuries in Search of Originality; Andrés Álvarez 
Chapter 2. The Regeneration – Between the Doctrine and the Need: The Debate Over Free Banking and the Legal Tender in Colombia (1880–1903); Edna Carolina Sastoque-Ramírez 
Chapter 3. Francisco Barrera Lavalle: Early 20th-century Mexican Currency and Banking Specialist. Critic of the 1905 Monetary Reform by which Mexico Adopted the Gold Standard; Ricardo Solis Rosales 
Chapter 4. Challenging a Money Doctor: Raúl Prebisch vs. Sir Otto Niemeyer on the Creation of the Argentine Central Bank; Florencia Sember  
Chapter 5. Heterodox Central Banking in the Periphery; Esteban Pérez Caldentey and Matías Vernengo 
Part II: Essays  
Chapter 6. On The Historical Roots of Natural Capital in the Writings of Carl Linnaeus; C. Tyler DesRoches 
Chapter 7. Under Risk, Over Time, Regarding Other People: Language and Rationality Within Three Dimensions; Dorian Jullien
Luca Fiorito received his PhD in Economics from the New School for Social Research in New York and is currently Associate Professor at the University of Palermo. His main area of interest is the history of American economic thought in the Progressive Era and the interwar years. He has published many works on the contributions of the institutionalists and on the relationship between economics and eugenics. 
Scott Scheall is Assistant Professor of Social Science with Arizona State University's College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. He received his PhD in Philosophy from Arizona State in 2012. Scott is a former Research Fellow with Duke University's Center for the History of Political Economy and a former Postdoctoral Fellow with the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at George Mason University. He has published extensively on the history and methodology of the Austrian School of economics. 
Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak is Associate Professor of Economics at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil. He specializes in the history of economic thought and economic methodology, studying in particular the interplay between social, political, and economic ideas in early modern England, and the institutionalization of academic economics in Brazil during the postwar era. He has published several papers on these and other related themes in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, and is also the co-editor of The Political Economy of Latin American Independence (Routledge, 2017).

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