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About the Author
Massimo M. Augello and Marco E.L. Guidi are Professors of History of Economic Thought at the University of Pisa, Italy. They are authors of several books and articles on the Italian economic thought of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, especially focusing on the institutionalization and professionalization of economics.
Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword; Economists in parliament in the Liberal Age: a comparative perspective, Massimo M. Augello and Marco E.L. Guidi; Political economy in Portuguese parliamentary debates (1820-1910), António Almodovar and José Luís Cardoso; Economists in the Belgian parliament (1831-1918), Guido Erreygers and Bert Mosselmans; Chair, tribune and seat: Spanish economists in parliament (1844-1923). an exploration, Salvador Almenar; Economists in parliament in Britain (1848-1914), Roger E. Backhouse; French economists in parliament from the Second Republic to the outbreak of the Great Crisis (1848-1929), Yves Breton; German economists in parliament (1848-1918), Harald Hagemann and Matthias Rösch; Economists and political economy in the Italian parliament from the unification to the rise of the Fascism (1861-1922), Massimo M. Augello and Marco E.L. Guidi; Economists in the Greek Parliament (1862-1910): the men and their views on fiscal and monetary policy, Michalis Psalidopoulos and Adamantios Syrmaloglou; Economists in the Japanese diet (1890-1930): the debate on adoption of the Gold Standard, Jiro Kumagai; The American anomaly: why were there no economists in the US Congress?, Bradley W. Bateman; Index of Names.