Decolonising Development, Episode 41
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1w ago
Guests: Rahul A. Sirohi (Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati) and Sonya Surabhi Gupta (Jamia Milia Islamia) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Walras Pareto Centre, University of Lausanne) In this episode, I talk to professors Sirohi’s and Gupta’s book on development discourses from India and Latin America. As mentioned in the episode, here is the poem translated at the beginning of the last chapter: Problems of Underdevelopment Monsieur Dupont calls you uncultured because you cannot tell who was Victor’s Hugo’s favourite grandson. Herr Müller has started to scream because you do not ..read more
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A Political Economy of Power, Episode 40
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by Ceteris Never Paribus
1M ago
Guest: Raphaël Fèvre (Université de Côte d’Azur) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Walras Pareto Centre, University of Lausanne) In this episode, Maria talks to Raphaël Fèvre who published a book with Oxford University Press, pictured above, based on his PhD research. For advice on writing a book, see the following books: From Dissertation to Book Revise: The Scholar-Writer’s Essential Guide to Tweaking, Editing, and Perfecting Your Manuscript ..read more
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The (ignored) blindspots of International Political Economy, Episode 39
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1M ago
Guest: Eric Helleiner (University of Waterloo) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (University of Lausanne) In this episode, Maria interviews Eric Helleiner to discuss his current research on writing a deeper global history of the field of International Political Economy. We mainly discuss his latest two books pictured above, The Contested World Economy and The Neomercantilists ..read more
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The History of Counting Where Few Have Looked Before, Episode 37
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4M ago
Guest: Cecilia Lanata-Briones (Warwick University) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Walras Pareto Centre, University of Lausanne) Bunge, A. E. (1918): «Costo de la vida en la Argentina, de 1910 a 1917». Revista de Economía Argentina 1 (1), pp. 39-63 In this episode, Maria talks to her co-author and team member of a new project on the history of national accounting in what we call the Global South today. Cecilia talks about her thesis on the history of the cost-of-living index in Argentina, a recent co-edited book and our new project. To check out some of Cecilia’s ..read more
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CWP Stories, Part II, Episode 35
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by Ceteris Never Paribus
7M ago
Guests: Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche (Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Bologna), Justine Loulergue (PhD Student, Centre d’Économie de la Sorbonne, Paris 1 & Centre Walras Pareto, Unil), María Gutiérrez Ruan (PhD Student, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil), Tatiana Fauconnet (PhD Student, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil) and Biancamaria Fontana (Emeritus Professor, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) We’re back with a second episode with existing and former members of the Walras Pareto Centre. If you didn’t listen to p ..read more
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Slavery, Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution, Episode 34
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8M ago
Guests: Maxine Berg (Professor, Warwick University) and Pat Hudson (Professor, Cardiff University) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) In this episode, I interview Maxine Berg and Pat Hudson about their recent book on the role of slavery in capitalist development and the British industrial revolution. To check out Eric Williams book on slavery and capitalism, click here ..read more
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CWP Stories, Part I, Episode 33
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by Ceteris Never Paribus
9M ago
Guests: Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche (Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Bologna), Justine Loulergue (PhD Student, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil), Maria Gutiérrez Ruan (PhD Student, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil), Tatiana Fauconnet (PhD Student, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil) and Bianca-Maria Fontana (Emeritus Professor, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) In this episode, I share some conversations I had with some existing and old members of the Walras Pareto Centre (CWP) in Lausanne. These are raw conversations from re ..read more
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The Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK), Episode 32
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1y ago
Guests: Johan Östling, LUCK’s director, the two deputy directors Anna Nilsson Hammar and David Larsson Heidenblad, as well as a PhD student at the centre, Evelina Kallträsk. Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) From left to right: Anna Nilsson Hammar, Johan Östling, Evelina Kallträsk and David Larsson Heidenblad. In this episode, I spoke to several members of the History of Knowledge Centre at the University of Lund, or LUCK for short. We discuss what is the history of knowledge and how its approaches might be useful for historians of economics. To che ..read more
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Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche, Episode 31
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by Ceteris Never Paribus
1y ago
Guest: Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche (Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Bologna) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) In this episode, I invited Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche to talk about her new book project on the history of discrimination in economics, partly based on her PhD thesis. If you’re interested in her work, check out her website here. Featured music (apart from the usual intro and outro music): Sound by Alyonka ..read more
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Exit Capitalism! A New Board Game, Episode 30
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by Ceteris Never Paribus
1y ago
Guest: François Allisson (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) Host and Producer: Maria Bach (Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne) In this episode, I invited François Allisson to talk to us about a game he made with some of his students called Sortons du capitalisme ! or Exit Capitalism! in English. Two cards from the game. Translation of titles: Trust Fund Baby (left) and The Theory of the Dress (right). For further explanation in English, listen to the episode. Thanks to Justine Loulergue, Thomas Bouchet, Etienne Furrer and Sina Badiei for agreeing to be recorded when we ..read more
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