Maria Cristina MarcuzzoGhislain DeleplacePaolo Paesani (eds.) New Perspectives on Political Economy and Its History, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction.

– Part 1. New Perspective for the History of Economic Thought.

 Chapter 2. The methodological role of the history of economic thought.

 Chapter 3. A bibliometric portrait of contemporary history of economic thought.

 Chapter 4. Moving boundaries with gender budgeting: from the margins to the mainstream.

 Chapter 5. Family, gender equity and growth: history matters.

 Chapter 6. Money banking and politics in early nineteenth-century Portugal.

– Part 2.The Classical Perspective: Distribution of Income and Accumulation of Capital.

 Chapter 7. Considerations on the development of Quesnay’s Tableau Économiqu.

 Chapter 8.Classical roots of the criticism to John Stuart Mill’s wage fund theory.

 Chapter 9. Classics today: Smith, Ricardo, Marx.

– Part 3. David Ricardo: Money, Utilitarianism, and Influence .

 Chapter 10. Bentham and Ricardo’s rendez-vous manqués.

 Chapter 11. How Ricardo came to Japan.

 Chapter 12: From Ricardo to Sraffa: gold as monetary standard in a Classical theory of money.

– Part 4. Interpreting Sraffa.

 Chapter 13. Dialogues manqués between Antonio Gramsci and Piero Sraffa on Ricardo, classical political economy and ‘pure economics’.

 Chapter 14. Real and apparent unknowns and the origin of Sraffa’s equations.

 Chapter 15. What can still be learnt from Sraffa’s theory of prices in a surplus-based economy?.

– Part 5. The Legacy of Keynes: Liquidity, Method and Laissez-faire.

 Chapter 16. Keynes, Schumpeter, Mercantilism and liquidity preference: some reflections on how we do history of economic thought.

 Chapter 17. The original meaning of ‘liquidity trap’ in the early discussions between Robertson and Keynes.

 Chapter 18. An outline of a Keynesian-Sraffian macroeconomics.

 Chapter 19. The State and the market in John Maynard Keynes and his relevance today.