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FAbricating Modern Economics (FAME). Italy, Germany and France and political economy transnationalisation process from the interwar period to the late 1980 (II)

Event info

  • today from 15/07/2019 to 18/07/2019
  • place Villa Vigoni
  • lock_outlineBy invitation
  • All information regarding the event is provided under the responsibility of the coordinators.
  • Coordination

    Prof. Muriel Dal Pont Legrand, Nice,

    Prof. Dr. Harald Hagemann, Hohenheim,

    Prof. Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Roma.   


The meeting from 15-18 July 2019 will be the second of three conferences within the trilateral research project FAbricating Modern Economics (FAME) focusing on the transnationalization of economics from the interwar period until 1989. The participants will include five researchers each from Italy, Germany and France. The topics of the second conference will concentrate on the period 1945-1968. In this period the development of economics is characterized by a growing process of internationalization/Americanization but British influences (e.g. Keynesianism) still are important. This development affected France, Germany and Italy alike but differences in the diffusion process and transmission channels of economic knowledge still can be identified.