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In this month's episode, Çınla, Scott, Jennifer, and Carlos are joined by Antoine Missemer and Marco Paulo Franco to discuss their work on ecological economics and their forthcoming co-authored book on the history of the field. 

Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org

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    Episode Fifty

    1:26:17

    In our 50th (!) episode, we interview our soon-to-be-former co-host Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak about his many and varied research interests. Topics include Carlos's work on early modern political economy, British trade in the 1620s, G.D.H. Cole's work on economic planning during the interwar period, Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's work on economic development, and the influence of the "Vanderbilt Boys" on academic economics in Brazil.  Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Nine

    59:02

    In this month's episode, Çınla, Scott, Jennifer, and Carlos are joined by Antoine Missemer and Marco Paulo Franco to discuss their work on ecological economics and their forthcoming co-authored book on the history of the field.  Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Eight

    1:10:20

    Carlos, Scott, and Jenn are joined by Çınla Akdere, Assistant Professor of Economics at Middle East Technical University in Ankara (and soon-to-be co-host of Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar). Topics discussed include the relationship between economics and literature, the use of literature as a tool for teaching economics, and the economic significance of various of the works of Charles Dickens and Stephen King. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Seven

    1:31

    Jenn, Carlos, and Scott are taking off the month of August, but will return with a new episode and some exciting news in September!  Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Six

    1:20:06

    Jenn and Scott are joined by Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Research Associate at Cambridge University's Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, to discuss several of her recent research projects. Topics include economists and econometricians as expert witnesses in American court cases, Milton Friedman's controversial paper "Capitalism and the Jews," Tim Leonard's book Illiberal Reformers, and the history of CSWEP, the American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession.  Links to papers discussed in this episode: "How Economists Entered the 'Numbers Game': Measuring Discrimination in the US Courtrooms, 1971-1989":  https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-the-history-of-economic-thought/article/abs/how-economists-entered-the-numbers-game-measuring-discrimination-in-the-us-courtrooms-19711989/313D29D444F656B990B151829E32719F “'There Is Nothing Wrong about Being Money Grubbing!' Milton Friedman’s Provocative “Capitalism and the Jews” in Context, 1972–88":  https://read.dukeupress.edu/hope/article-abstract/53/2/313/167843/There-Is-Nothing-Wrong-about-Being-Money-Grubbing?redirectedFrom=fulltext "Race in the History of Economics: The Missing Narratives?": https://journals.openedition.org/oeconomia/8158 "'Economics is Not a Men’s Field’: A History of the American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession":  https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3510857   Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org  
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    Episode Forty Five

    1:25:36

    Scott, Carlos, and Jenn are joined by Michele Alacevich of the University of Bologna to discuss his new book, Albert O. Hirschman: An Intellectual Biography: http://cup.columbia.edu/book/albert-o-hirschman/9780231199827 Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Four

    1:31:15

    Jennifer, Scott, and Carlos are joined by Manuela Mosca, Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Salento in Italy. The conversation is focused on Professor Mosca's work on the role that concepts of power have played in economics, especially her book, Monopoly Power and Competition: The Italian Marginalist Perspective, which won the 2019 Jospeh J. Spengler Book Prize, awarded by the History of Economics Society. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Three

    1:14:46

    Sarvy, Carlos, Jenn, and Scott, are joined by James Ashley Morrison, Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics. The conversation is focused on Professor Morrison's forthcoming book on the history of the gold standard. Topics include the roles that J. M. Keynes and Winston Churchill played in Britain's return to the gold standard in 1925, the political-economic significance of the gold standard, the relationship between the disciplines of political economy and IPE (International Political Economy), and Professor Morrison's approach to writing history.  Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty Two

    1:20:02

    In this episode, Carlos, Scott, and Jenn are joined by Professor Steven Medema, Research Professor of Economics at Duke University and Associate Director of Duke's Center for the History of Political Economy. Topics include the history and meaning of the Coase Theorem, Professor Medema's recent book, The Economics Book: From Xenophon to Cryptocurrency, 250 Milestones in the History of Economics, and the question of progress in the field of the history of economic thought.  Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org
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    Episode Forty One

    1:02:06

    Jennifer, Carlos, Sarvy, and Scott are joined by three early-career scholars to discuss how the pandemic has affected their teaching and research, their conference experiences and their career prospects.  Marina Uzunova is a PhD candidate in philosophy at the Free University of Amsterdam.  David Coker is a PhD candidate in economics at George Mason University.  Dorian Jullien is a professor of economics at University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Smith and Marx Walk into a Bar is supported by a grant from the History of Economics Society: http://historyofeconomics.org  

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