1st Edition

Economists in Cambridge A Study through their Correspondence, 1907-1946

    452 Pages
    by Routledge

    448 Pages
    by Routledge

    The University of Cambridge has produced more Nobel Prize-winning economists than the whole of France. This impressive book collects together largely unpublished correspondence from some of the twentieth century's key figures including Keynes, Robinson, Hayek and Sraffa.

    Introduction, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Annalisa Rosselli; Keynes's correspondents; Chapter 1 Keynes and his favourite pupil, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo; Chapter 2 Keynes's valuable opponent and collaborator, Eleonora Sanfilippo; Chapter 3 A goodwilling outsider, Daniele Besomi; Chapter 4 Communication and intellectual integrity, Fabio Ranchetti; Chapter 5 Managing Cambridge economics, Pascal Bridel, Bruna Ingrao; Chapter 6 Fighting for Keynesian revolution, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Claudio Sardoni; Chapter 7 A lifelong friendship, Anna Carabelli; Chapter 8 Employment, the trade cycle and the war effort, Claudio Sardoni; Chapter 9 When the abyss yawns and after, Bruna Ingrao; Part 2 Keynes's disciples; Chapter 10 An enduring Part nership, Annalisa Rosselli; Chapter 11 The Keynesian tutor, Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Daniele Besomi, Fabio Ranchetti; Chapter 12 The unlooked for proselytiser, Annalisa Rosselli, Daniele Besomi; Part 3 The old versus the young generation; Chapter 13 The Prof and his younger colleagues, Nerio Naldi; Chapter 14 The defender of the Marshallian tradition, Annalisa Rosselli; Chapter 15 Robertson and the great divide, Nerio Naldi; Chapter 16 Hayek and Cambridge: dialogue and contention, Bruna Ingrao, Fabio Ranchetti;


    Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Annalisa Rosselli