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  Volume 34, Annual Supplement, 2002

Table of Contents

From: History of Political Economy

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Will Economics Ever Have a Past Again?

pp. 1-14

Part 1. North American Issues

Sitting on a Log with Adam Smith: The Future of the History of Economic Thought at the Liberal Arts Colleges

pp. 17-34

Graduate Studies in the History of Economic Thought

pp. 35-61

The History of Economics as a Subdiscipline: The Role of the History of Economics Society Meetings

pp. 62-76

Part 2. International Issues

The Future of the History of Economic Thought in Britain

pp. 79-97

Economics as History of Economics: The Italian Case in Retrospect

pp. 98-109

The Present Situation of the History of Economic Thought in France

pp. 110-124

Reflections on the Past and Current State of the History of Economic Thought in Germany

pp. 125-136

The History of Economic Thought in Spain and Portugal: A Brief Survey

pp. 137-147

A Brief History of History of Economic Thought Teaching in the Netherlands

pp. 148-153

The History of Economic Thought in Australia and New Zealand

pp. 154-164

History of Economics in Japan: A Turning Point

pp. 165-175

Part 3. Publication and Research

The Future of Publication in the History of Economic Thought: The View from HOPE

pp. 179-189

Heaven Can Wait: Gatekeeping in an Age of Uncertainty, Innovation, and Commercialization

pp. 190-207

Coming Together: History of Economics as History of Science

pp. 208-225

A Hunger for Narrative: Writing Lives in the History of Economic Thought

pp. 226-244

Surfing the Past: The Role of the Internet in the Future of the History of Economics

pp. 245-260

Part 4. The Next Generation

Confusion and "Interstanding": A Figured Account of Hope

pp. 263-271

The Interesting Narrative of a Duke-Trained Historian of Economics, from Prospectus to Ph.D. to Profession; or, How I Learned to Love Weintraub and Start Worrying

pp. 272-283

Do You Want to Be a Historian of Economics? Reflections of a Recent Recruit

pp. 284-297

Once and Future Historians: Notes from Graduate Training in Economics

pp. 298-308

Reflections on the Tales of the Next Generation

pp. 309-316

Part 5. Heterodox Traditions

History of Economic Thought in the Post-Keynesian Tradition

pp. 319-336

The Use and Abuse of the History of Economic Thought within the Austrian School of Economics

pp. 337-360

The Marxist Tradition in the History of Economics

pp. 361-377

Afterword

A Pall along the Watchtower: On Leaving the HOPE Conference

pp. 378-390

Contributors

pp. 391-396

Index

pp. 397-422

Research Areas

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