Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast


Latest Episodes

Book Panel Jan Tinbergen and the Rise of Economic Expertise, Episode 27
August 30, 2021

Guests: James Heckman, Esther-Mirjam Sent, Philip Hans Franses and Erwin DekkerHosted by Reinhard Schumacher and Arjo Klamer In this episode we present a book panel on the book Jan Tinbergen

A cataclysm sentence for economics, Episode 26
May 27, 2021

Guests: Peter Bent, François Allisson, Herman Daly and Sara Stevano (see below for more information).Host and Producer: Maria Bach, Centre Walras Pareto, Unil, Lasuanne (former Assistant Professor of

James Buchanan and the Soul of Classical Political Economy, Episode 25
March 15, 2021

Guests: Alain Marciano and Peter J. BoettkeHosted and produced by Erwin Dekker In this episode, Erwin talks with Alain Marciano and Pete Boettke about The Soul of Classical Political Economy a

Relocating Modern Science with Kapil Raj, Episode 24
February 04, 2021

Guest: Kapil RajHost and Producer: Maria Bach Join Maria Bach for an interview with Kapil Raj about his approach in the history of science. Dr. Raj is Professor of the History of Science at th

German Socio-Economics, Episode 23
November 23, 2020

Guests: Stefan Kolev and Mark McAdamHosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher and Erwin Dekker In this episode, Reinhard and Erwin talk with Stefan Kolev and Mark McAdam about the recent translation of eight classic articles in the tradition of...

Marginalised Voices, Episode 22
July 16, 2020

Guests: Jaci Eisenberg, Gerardo Serra and Sharmin KhodaijiHosted and produced by Maria Bach In this episode, Maria interviews three scholars who study underrepresented or what she calls marginalised voices in the history of policy and economics....

Till Düppe on Economics in the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), Episode 21
May 15, 2020

Guest: Till DüppeHosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Till Düppe talks with Reinhard about the development of Economics in the German Democratic Republic (GDR), better known as East Germany – a state that existed from 1948...

Parenting in Academia, Episode 20
April 07, 2020

Hosts: Maria Bach and Reinhard SchumacherProduction: Maria Bach In this episode, we interview Beatrice Cherrier to talk about what it is like being a parent in academia - the ups, the downs and all the things we can do to make life and work easier.

South Asian Intellectual History with Andrew Sartori, Episode 19
February 05, 2020

Guest: Andrew SartoriHosted and produced by Maria Bach In this episode, Maria shares a recent interview with Andrew Sartori, an intellectual historian at NYU. Andrew discusses his work in South Asian Intellectual History and how he ended up in t...

Dennis Rasmussen on David Hume and Adam Smith, Episode 18
December 03, 2019

Guest: Dennis RasmussenHosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Dennis Rasmussen talks with Reinhard about David Hume and Adam Smith. The episode focuses on Dennis’s book The Infidel and the Professor: David Hume, Adam Smith,