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An Institutional History of Italian Economics in the Interwar Period - Volume I

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Informationen zum Autor Massimo M. Augello is Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa and former Rector... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Massimo M. Augello is Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa and former Rector of this University. He has coordinated various national and international projects on the institutionalisation! professionalisation and dissemination of economics. His contributions have been published in over 20 edited volumes! and in a range of international journals. Fabrizio Bientinesi is Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa. His research interests are concentrated on the history of Italian economic thought. He is the author of a book on the contribution of Italian economists to the theory of international trade! and of various papers published in a range of journals of history. Marco E.L. Guidi is Professor of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa. He has been visiting professor at various French universities! and coordinator of a European project on the translation of economics works. His works on this topic have been published in various edited books and international journals. Klappentext Italy is well known for its prominent economists! as well as for the typical public profile they have constantly revealed. But! when facing an illiberal and totalitarian regime! how closely did Italian economists collaborate with government in shaping its economic and political institutions! or work independently? This edited book completes a gap in the history of Italian economic thought by providing a complete work on the crucial link between economics and the Fascist regime! covering the history of political economy in Italy during the so-called "Ventennio" (1922-1943) with an institutional perspective. The approach is threefold: analysis of the academic and extra-academic scene! where economic science was elaborated and taught! the connection between economics! society and politics! and! dissemination of scientific debate. Special attention is given to the bias caused by the Fascist regime to economic debate and careers. This Volume I deals with the economics profession under Fascism! in particular in light of the political and institutional changes that the regime introduced! the restructuring of higher education! the restriction of freedom in teaching and of the press! and with respect to promoting its own strategies of political and ideological propaganda. Volume II (available separately) considers the public side of the economics profession! the "fascistisation" of culture and institutions! banishment and emigration of opponents! and post-WW2 purge of Fascist economists. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1.Italian Economics and Fascism: An Institutional View2. Economists and the Fascist Regime: A Painful Continuity?3 The Persistence of Tradition: The Economists in the Law Faculties and in the Higher Institutes of Business Studies (1922 - 1943)4.The Faculties of Political Sciences and Schools for Advanced Corporative Studies5. The Economic Culture of Academic Journals during Fascism6.'Generalist' Journals between Economic Culture and Regime Propaganda7.Manuals of Economics during the Ventennio: Forging the Homo Corporativus?8.Series of Economics and Encyclopaedias ...

Klappentext

Italy is well known for its prominent economists, as well as for the typical public profile they have constantly revealed. But, when facing an illiberal and totalitarian regime, how closely did Italian economists collaborate with government in shaping its economic and political institutions, or work independently? This edited book completes a gap in the history of Italian economic thought by providing a complete work on the crucial link between economics and the Fascist regime, covering the history of political economy in Italy during the so-called "Ventennio" (1922-1943) with an institutional perspective. The approach is threefold: analysis of the academic and extra-academic scene, where economic science was elaborated and taught, the connection between economics, society and politics, and, dissemination of scientific debate. Special attention is given to the bias caused by the Fascist regime to economic debate and careers.


This Volume I deals with the economics profession under Fascism, in particular in light of the political and institutional changes that the regime introduced, the restructuring of higher education, the restriction of freedom in teaching and of the press, and with respect to promoting its own strategies of political and ideological propaganda.


Volume II (available separately) considers the public side of the economics profession, the "fascistisation" of culture and institutions, banishment and emigration of opponents, and post-WW2 purge of Fascist economists.



Inhalt

1.Italian Economics and Fascism: An Institutional View

2. Economists and the Fascist Regime: A Painful Continuity?
3 The Persistence of Tradition: The Economists in the Law Faculties and in the Higher Institutes of Business Studies (1922 - 1943)
4.The Faculties of Political Sciences and Schools for Advanced Corporative Studies
5. The Economic Culture of Academic Journals during Fascism
6.'Generalist' Journals between Economic Culture and Regime Propaganda
7.Manuals of Economics during the Ventennio: Forging the Homo Corporativus?
8.Series of Economics and Encyclopaedias

Produktinformationen

Titel: An Institutional History of Italian Economics in the Interwar Period - Volume I
Untertitel: Adapting to the Fascist Regime
Editor:
EAN: 9783030329792
ISBN: 3030329798
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Volkswirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 260
Gewicht: 453g
Größe: H216mm x B153mm x T19mm
Jahr: 2019
Auflage: 1st ed. 2019

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