The Research in the History of Economic Methodology (RHETM) 33, the first under the new editorial team, includes original research from preeminent scholars in the field. Topics range from "What to tell a Graduate Course in Macroeconomics about Keynes" (by Keynes scholar Robert W. Dimand), "American Institutionalism After 1945" (by 2014 History of Economics Society Distinguished Fellow Malcolm Rutherford), an archival investigation on the nature and extent of Keynes' anti-Semitism (by co-editor Luca Fiorito), "Bounded Rationality and Bounded Individuality" (by leading methodologist John B. Davis), "The Genealogy of the Labor Hoarding Concept" (by current History of Economics Society President-elect Jeff E. Biddle), the role of "Economic Man" in the writings of Alfred Marshall and the Chicago School (by Steven G. Medema, author of The Hesitant Hand: Taming Self-Interest in the History of Economic Ideas), and "Malthus, Utopians, and Economists" (by former History of Economics Society President J. Daniel Hammond). RHETM is one of the oldest and most respected publications in the field, and the Vol 33 crucial for economists, methodologists, and historians of the social sciences.
The Shaping of Public Economic Discourse in Postwar America: The 1947 Meat Shortage and Franco Modigliani's Meat Plan. Copyright page. EDITORIAL BOARD. A Research Annual. Introduction. List of Contributors. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. A Research Annual. The "Subtle Processes of Economic Reasoning": Marshall, Becker, and Theorizing about Economic Man and Other-Regarding Behavior. Bounded Rationality and Bounded Individuality. American Institutionalism after 1945. The Genealogy of the Labor Hoarding Concept. What to Tell a Graduate Course in Macroeconomics about Keynes. Malthus, Utopians, and Economists. On John Maynard Keynes's Anti-Semitism Once Again: A Documentary Note.