Fourth Annual Conference on the
History of Recent Economics
École normale supérieure de Cachan, Laplace Building, Renaudeau Room
The Second World War and its aftermath marked a major stage in the establishment of economics as one of the dominant discourses in contemporary societies. The spread of economic ideas into many areas of social life invites mutually profitable engagements between historians of economics and historians of other social sciences. It also presents great potential for those working on the history of economics to broaden their audience. The conference provides a forum for the discussion of the history of recent economics.