History of Economics Playground

A blog by young and restless (and good looking) historians of economics

The Kids

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The blog History of Economics Playground began in November 2007. We were brought together as the youth of the history of economics. In a field that honors the discrete and collected elder, we want to brave new ground. We want to be serious about being playful.

We will trade references. We will review books. We will bear witness to seminars and conferences. We will debate and gossip and express our feelings about life in scholarship. The blog is our venue to peer into new subjects, rehearse fresh connections, and reframe old debates in the history of economics. The terms of our senior colleagues and supervisors need not be our own.

With each post and the flow of comments from our visitors, the blog heads in unanticipated directions. It is an unbound and uncommitted forum.

Béatrice Chérrier

Pedro Duarte

Yann Giraud

Floris Heukelom

Alessandro Lanteri

Clement Levallois

Tiago Mata

Benjamin H. Mitra-Kahn

Our email contact is hist.econ.blog@gmail.com

Written by Tiago

17 September 2007 at 3:16 pm

4 Responses

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  1. I just discovered it. Great idea! Only a question: if YOU are the kids, and taking for granted I don’t belong to the elders, who the hell am I?
    Cheers, Nicola

    Nicola Giocoli

    22 September 2008 at 12:32 pm

  2. The elder brother maybe…


    26 September 2008 at 4:03 pm

  3. Great initiative!

    I plan to visit this blog often!

    Another interested person in HET

    Alex M Thomas

    17 March 2009 at 9:54 am

  4. Hi guys! Good blog! Just added you to my blogroll!


    3 May 2009 at 8:00 am

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