6th 'History of Economics as History of Social Science' Spring Workshop

Vendredi 19 Juin 2009


The Cachan History of Social Science Group and
The Amsterdam History and Methodology Group

6th 'History of Economics as History of Social Science'
Spring Workshop

Friday 19 June 2009
École normale supérieure de Cachan,
Bâtiment Laplace, salle Renaudeau

The Cachan History of Social Science Group and
The Amsterdam History and Methodology Group

Friday 19 June 2009
École normale supérieure de Cachan,
Bâtiment Laplace, salle Renaudeau

Programme

9:45-10:35am
Jamie Cohen-Cole (Yale University)
American social science, social critique, and the problem of expertise

10:45-11:35am
Perrin Selcer (University of Pennsylvania)
The View from everywhere: Disciplining diversity in post-WWII international social science

11:35-11:55am: Tea/coffe Break

11:55am-12:45pm
Emily Hauptmann (Western Michigan University)
The Constitution of Behavioralism: the Influence of the Ford Foundation's Behavioral Sciences Program on Political Science

12:45-2:15pm : Lunch

2:15-3:05pm
Tiago Mata (University of Amsterdam)
The evil economics does with special emphasis on the history of late 20th century economics

3:15-4:05pm
Ross Emmett (Michigan State University)
History of economics and history of science: A comparative look at recent work in the fields

Workshop end


For a full programme and registration form, please contact :
Philippe Fontaine
: philippe.fontaine<at>ens-cachan.fr (replace <at> with @)

Participants

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For a full programme and registration form, please contact :
Philippe Fontaine
: philippe.fontaine<at>ens-cachan.fr (replace <at> with @)

 

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