Sessioni Parallele

 

Program XVI AISPE Conference

Sessions Program

 

Parallel sessions 1

 

1.A—Social and political dimensions of inequality

Rosa Mulé

The political economy of income inequality. Actors, institutions and outcomes

Elise S. Brezis

Elitism in higher education and the rise in inequality

Anna Soci

Inequality and democracy

Maria Adamopoulou

Moving inequalities: everyday socio-economic pressures in postwar Greece and the decision to emigrate

 

1.B—Inequality in the history of economic thought

Alfredo Félix Blanco

On economic inequality and schools of economic thought

Benoît Walraevens

Adam Smith’s view of economic inequality

Gabriele Mandolesi and Paolo Santori

The role of rent in capitalistic society: Marx and Loria on Ricardian theory

Klemens Kaps and Kolja Lichy

How to link the “jealousy of trade” to social and spatial equilibrium? Habsburg Cameralists on equality, redistribution and economic development in the XVII and XVIII centuries

 

1.C—Trade and inequality

Enrico Bellino and Saverio M. Fratini

Absolute advantages, capital mobility and desertification

Eyüp Özveren and Emre Özçelik

Karl Polanyi and the international inequality thesis

Ivo Maes and Ilaria Pasotti

Triffin’s contribution to the IMF monetary approach to the balance of payments

Jorge Turmo Arnal

The effects of the accession of China to WTO on inequality in developed countries

 

1.D—Capitalism and inequality: from Marx to Sraffa

Ted Winslow

Marx and Keynes on the capitalist distribution of income as “Dialectical”

Cosma Orsi

No one should have less: James E. Meade’s social dividend

Massimo Di Matteo

Employment and equilibrium: Pigou’s first (comprehensive) answer to Keynes

Stefano Zambelli

Sraffa on the monetary theory of distribution and inequality

 

1.E— Rural economics: historical explorations

Francesco Musotti

Forme di mercato, progresso tecnico e dinamiche reddituali: il problema agricolo secondo Sylos Labini

Simona Pisanelli

Rivoluzioni e controrivoluzioni agricole. Verso il paradigma dell’agroecologia

 

 Parallel sessions 2

 

2.A—Economics in Fascist Italy

Fabrizio Bientinesi

A bias for bias? The impact of a non-democratic regime as shown by Italian international trade debate experience

Luca Michelini

Le riviste del neo-liberismo fascista: “La Vita Italiana” e “Lo Stato”

Daniela Giaconi

Il processo di epurazione di Benvenuto Griziotti

 

2.B—Social dimensions of inequality

Marco Albertini and Gabriele Ballarino

Ties that bind. The relation between social class and earnings, income and wealth inequality during the last four decades

Guido Tortorella Esposito and Carmen Vita

Alcune riflessioni sul ruolo dell’istruzione quale fattore di sviluppo e di equità sociale

Dieter Bögenhold and Muhammad Yorga Permana

Inequalities and the middle classes. Do the middle classes disappear in times of digitalization?

 

2.C—The economics of inequality today: Atkinson and Piketty       

Francesco Poggi

Disuguaglianza. Che cosa si può fare? Il contributo di Sir Anthony Barnes Atkinson

Gianmarco Oro

Diseguaglianza e conflitto politico in Thomas Piketty

Giorgio Gattei

Per aggredire la maldistribuzione del reddito: tutte le variabili (anche implicite) di Thomas Piketty

 

2.D—The rhetoric and the semantic of economics

Rosario Patalano

Le ambiguità della speculazione

Enrico Petracca

Simulating Marx: Herbert A. Simon’s cognitivist translation of dialectical materialism

Marco E.L. Guidi

Translations as devices. Persuasion and social pedagogy at the origins of the translation of economic texts

 

2.E— Crises and new theoretical vistas

Isaac McKean

The “necessity” of inequality: how Gorbachev’s perestroika upended socialist economics

Ivo Maes

Triffin’s formative years, marked by the Great Depression

Elizaveta Burina

Vladimir Bazarov—the Soviet thermoeconomist

 

Parallel sessions 3

 

3.A—Revisiting development: economic forces, sustainability and empowerment

Gianni Vaggi

Sustainable reproduction. Some contributions by classical political economy

Davide Gualerzi

Economic Forces and Empowerment

Claudia Sunna

Economia dello sviluppo e politiche di intervento nel Mezzogiorno: un’analisi dei fondi strutturali

Stefano Spalletti

Circular Economy promotes Low Inequality? Epistemological and Historical Perspectives

 

3.B—Capitalism, religion and inequality in the Modern era

Luigi Alonzi

Capitalism and anti-semitism in the XIX century

Luca Andreoni

The “economic utility” of the Jews and inequality in the age of “philosemitic mercantilism”: the example of Simone Luzzatto (Venice, XVII century)

Stefano Solari

Economia politica ed incivilimento nella tradizione lombardo-veneta: le origini filosofiche

 

3.C—Inequality in Europe

Nurlan Jahangirli

Evolution of inequality throughout industrial revolutions: can European welfare states absorb the challenges of the “third and fourth shock”?

Michael Chletsos and Anna Saiti

Does the welfare state decrease income inequalities? Evidence from European countries

Fabio Masini

A lost chance to tackle inequality: the failure of the Delors’ White Paper

Antonio Magliulo

Keynes e Mises. Due alternative visioni dell’Europa

 

3.D— Italian economic thought: theories and institutions

Giovanni Michelagnoli

Federico Caffè sulla scienza economica in Italia

Francesco Cattabrini

Economisti e Pci: uno sguardo agli anni settanta del XX secolo

Luca Sandonà

An intellectual boost for Italy’s Europeanization: the influence of think-tanks Arel and Nomisma (1978-1993)

Nicolò Giangrande

Unions and the Italian economic decline: the CGIL’s analysis and its policy implications (1992-2013)

 

3.E—Wages, inequality and social mobility in history: insights from Italy and Spain

Vera Zamagni

Introduction

Maria Gómez-León and Giacomo Gabbuti

Wage inequality in Italy (1900-1950): An approach from dynamic social tables 

Miguel Artola Blanco

Reassessing the Kuznets’ curve in Spain: new evidence on top wage incomes (1860-1940)

Giacomo Gabbuti

When Gatsby meets the Leopard. The long debate on social mobility in Italy

 

Parallel sessions 4

 

4.A—Storep session: Fracture and integration in economics. Methodological perspectives and lessons from the history of economic thought

Ariel Dvoskin and Paolo Trabucchi

Capital, competition and equilibrium. Value and Capital and the foundations of the neowalrasian approach

Attilio Trezzini and Daria Pignalosa

The normal degree of capacity utilization: the history of an ambiguous concept

Angela Ambrosino, Mario Cedrini, and John B. Davis

Unity of science and disunity of economics

 

4.B—Disuguaglianza e cooperazione: teorie, pratiche e casi di studio

Antonio Zanotti

La cooperazione come strumento di emancipazione delle classi lavoratrici nel pensiero degli economisti inglesi del XIX secolo

Tito Menzani

L’impresa cooperativa e la civiltà del benessere. Un approccio storico-economico per il caso dell’Emilia Romagna

Salvatore Monni

Democrazia e sviluppo. Il ruolo delle imprese cooperative

 

4.C—The inner working of capitalism and inequality

Sergio Destefanis, Roberto Iorio, Giuseppe Mastromatteo

Why modern capitalism generates rising economic inequality?

Michail Moatsos

Monte Carlo and global inequality since 1820: an all-encompassing approach

Emilio Carnevali, Matteo Deleidi, Riccardo Pariboni and Marco Veronese Passarella

SFC dynamic models: features, limitations and developments

 

4.D—The Italian inequality problem in historical perspective

Ilaria Pasotti

Il “paradosso delle aree sottosviluppate”: la visione di Raffaele Mattioli sul problema della diseguaglianza nello sviluppo tra i paesi (1949-1969)

Marco Santillo and Andrea Marino

The issue of inequality and socio-economic gaps in modern Italian history

Elvira Martini and Carmen Vita

Il dualismo di genere tra luoghi comuni e mezze verità

 

4.E—Capitalism, the market and inequality

Federica Nalli

Reading the market as mutual benefits: a comparison of two perspectives

Miguel-Angel Galindo-Martín, María Soledad Castaño, and María Teresa Mendez Picazo

Inequality, economic growth and entrepreneurial activity

Rima Hawi

“Justice as fairness” or capitalism? Controversies that led John Rawls finally to break his silence

 

 Parallel sessions 5

 

5.A—Disuguaglianza, cooperazione e sussidiarietà

Stefano Figuera and Andrea Pacella

Solidarietà e sussidiarietà nel dibattito economico in Italia tra XIX e XX secolo

Isabella Frescura

Dal Mutuo soccorso al Movimento cooperativo: il pensiero e l’azione di Luigi Sturzo nella Sicilia di fine Ottocento e inizi Novecento

Barbara Costa

La diseguaglianza economica: spunti di ricerca dall’Archivio storico di Intesa Sanpaolo

Alessandro Morselli

Crisi e disuguaglianze. Una rivisitazione dell’economia delle convenzioni

 

5.B—Francesca Duchini session: Women in the history of economics and social sciences

Vera Negri Zamagni

Rivoluzioni industriali e lavoro delle donne: quali cambiamenti?

Carlotta Cossutta

Alle origini del movimento femminista: Mary Wollstonecraft.

Manuela Mosca

Economia politica e questione femminile nell’Italia liberale: Etta de Viti de Marco

Cristina Marcuzzo

Joan V. Robinson: economista eterodossa

 

5.C—Latin American inequality in historical perspective

Carolina Vicario

Human capital and wealth distribution in an old regime economy. Montevideo and its surroundings, 1750-1855

Andrea Vigorino and Andrés Rius

The view of social scientists on poverty and inequality in Uruguay between 1950 and 1985

Marc Morgan and Pedro H. G. F. Souza

Distributing Growth in a Context of Late-Development: New Evidence on Long-Run Inequality in Brazil (1926-2016)

Rodrigo Costa de Andrade

The links between the ECLAC school and the post colonial studies: two contributions from the global south to inequality inquiry

 

5.D—Liberal thought and inequality

Manuela Mosca and Eugenio Somaini

The Italian marginalists in defense of inequality

Alberto Giordano

Una ricetta liberale contro le diseguaglianze economiche: Luigi Einaudi, la “Terza Via” e l’uguaglianza nei punti di partenza

Gabriele Serafini

Karl R. Popper e la teoria delle disuguaglianze di Marx

Mario Pomini

Dalla periferia al centro. Il problema della diseguaglianza nella tradizione neoclassica della crescita economica

  

5.E—Inequality and the role of the state

Hector Bahamonde and Mart Trasberg

Inclusive institutions, unequal outcomes: democracy, state infrastructural power and global inequality, 1970-2015.

Claudia Rotondi, Marco Bonaglia and Tianhua Gao

Inequality in China from 1978 to the “New Era”: which policies to tackle the problem?

Guglielmo Forges Davanzati

Income inequalities, public debt, and social cohesion

De Paoli Joachim

Imposta progressiva e disuguaglianze sociali: gli sviluppi di Clément Colson

 

 

Scientific Committee

Michele Alacevich, Chair (University of Bologna)

Massimo Augello (University of Pisa)

Fabrizio Bientinesi (University of Pisa)

Raffaella Gherardi (University of Bologna)

Daniela Giannetti (University of Bologna)

Mirek Tobiáš Hošman (Masaryk University)

Antonio Magliulo (University of International Studies of Rome)

Manuela Mosca (University of Salento)

Sebastiano Nerozzi (Catholic University of Milan)

Gianfranco Tusset (University of Padua)

Loris Zanatta (University of Bologna)

  

Organizing Committee

Michele Alacevich, Mirek Tobiáš Hošman, Manuela Mosca, Sebastiano Nerozzi

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