History of Economic Thought, Newsletter, No.48, Spring 1992, pp.27-29.
(Hisashi Shinohara; Scanned and corrected by Aiko Ikeo)
The Society for the History of Economic Thought of Japan, Annual Meeting 1991 and the Regional Activities
The annual meeting for 1991 was held at Hirosaki University on 19-20th October . The 20 papers presented were as follows:
1. Verbal Disputes in Classical Economics: Economics and Semantics (Tetsuya Yanagisawa).
2. The Genesis of Money in Adam Smith: Economy and Social Order (Yoshiaki Ichioka).
3. Civil Society, Political Society, and Wealth of Nations (Toshiharu Nozawa) .
4. Ricardo's System and Sky's Law of Markets (Tetsuhiro Endoh).
5. On Sraffa's Theory of Prices (Izumi Hishiyama).
6. The Theory of Value in Ferdinando Galiani's Della Moneta (Jun'ichiro Kurosu).
7. The Utilitarianism of Helvetica re-examined (Toshimi Morimura).
8. The Economic Thought of an "Ideologue": Destutt de Tracy (Ikegami Shu).
9. The Economic Thought of the French Early Socialism: Mainly on C.Pecqueur's Plan of "1'Association nationale" (Yoshihiro Iwamoto).
10. The Patent Problem of Michel Chevalier (Takashi Ueno).
11. James Mill's Economic Theory, considered as a Link between A. Smith and Ricardo (Eiji Kondoh)
12. J.S. Mill as advocate of the Banking Principle (Hiroshi Takeuchi)
13. Comparative Study of the Theory of Capital Accumulation Between J. S. Mill and K. Marx (Masanori Aramaki).
14. Marx on Malthus' Theory of Surplus Value in "Theories of Surplus Value": A Critique (Ryoichi Ebihara).
15. On Capital and Labour (Shiro Nakamura).
16. Walras' Political Economy and Socialism: Principle of Equity and Statism (Kayoko Misaki) .
17. Carl Menger's GrundsŠtze in the Making (Kiichiro Yagi).
18. A Historical Approach to Economics in Gustav Schmoller: With Relation to M. Weber's Methodology (Shin'ici Tamura).
19. The Debate over the Ambivalence of the Civilized Society in Some Leading Philosophers in the Spanish Enlightenment (Hideo Tanaka).
20. The Publication and the Editorship of The Works of Jeremy Bentham, 1838-1843 (Michihiro Otonashi).
The next annual meeting will be held at Kyoto Industrial College on 7-8 Novemb er 1992. The Essays in the History of Economic Thought edited by the Society t o commemorate the 40th anniversary of its foundation will be published before the annual meeting.
The following regional meetings have been held since the meetings previously reported.
The Kanto Branch:
18/5/1991, Chuo University 1. Austrian School of Economics: The Formation of Tradition and the Disappearance of Diversity (Seijiro Azuma). [Kiyojiro Azuma] 2. A Connotation of the Title of My Recent Book, Labour and Justice: For Stimulating Activities of the Society for the History of Economic Thought of Japan (Daisuke Arie).
21/9/1991, Chuo University 1. Marx's Socialism (Ryoji Ishizuka) 2. Marx and Socialism (Takaji Yamanaka)
The Kansai Branch:
26/1/1991, Kobe University of Commerce. 1. Webb's Approach to the Co-operative Movement) (Toru Fujii). 2. Smith, Rousseau, Vico and the End of the Neapolitan Enlightenment. (Takashi Okuda).
25/5/1991, Osaka University of Economics (The Symposium held on "The Market, Institutions and State"). 1. The Market, Institutions and State in Adam Smith's Thought (Satoshi Niimur a). 2. Three Menger Brothers and the Austrian State in the Late Nineteenth Century (Kiichiro Yagi). 3. The Market, Institutions and State in T. Veblen (Tetsuo Taka).
21/9/1991, Kyoto Gakuen University. 1. The Thought of Seclusion: E. Kaempfer and J. G. Fichte (Takeshi Mizobata). 2. On the Works of Sismondi: The Sismondi Collection at Pescia (Hiroshi Kooks ).
The Seinan Branch:
26-27/1/1991, Kyushu University. 1. Ricardo's System and Say's Law of Markets (Tetsuhiro Endoh). 2. The Basic Problem about Incomplete Contracts (Isao Miura). 3. Sismondi and the Theories of Classical Political Economy (Terutaka Nakamiya). 4. Adam Smith's Theory of Rent (Tetsuo Taka). 5. Shulz and Marx (Kunihiko Uemiya).
6-7/7/1991, Kurume University. 1. Three Adjustment Processes in the Ricardian System (Jun'ich Seike). 2. John Locke's Theory of Interest and Commutative Justice: From "Double Standard" to Universal Otherhood (Jun'ich Furukawa). 3. Co-operation and Robert Owen, l820-21 (Takeshi Maruyama). 4. On the Theory of Capital Accumulation between J. S. Mill and K. Marx (Masanori Aramaki)
The Tohoku Branch:
8/6/1991, Miyagi Gakuin Women's College. 1. The Economic Thought of Clarence E. Ayers: A Neo-Institutionalist (Shin Takahashi). 2. An Essay on the Utilitarian Economic Thought of Bentham and J.S. Mill (Yasunori Fukagai). 3. Hilferding's Changing Political View in 1937 (Masaaki Kurotaki).
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