Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast

Ceteris Never Paribus: The History of Economic Thought Podcast


Latest Episodes

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,

The Mont Pelerin Society and the Origins of Neoliberalism with Ola Innset, Episode 17
September 06, 2019

Guest: Ola InnsetHosted and produced by Erwin Dekker and Reinhard Schumacher In this episode we interview the historian Ola Innset about his award-winning dissertation Reinventing liberalism : Early neoliberalism in context, 1920-1947.

Defining and Measuring Poverty, Episode 16
August 08, 2019

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere Source: https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/poverty/ In this episode, Maria Bach explores how poverty has been defined and measured over time inspir...

The book that never gets old, Episode 15 with Tiago Mata
July 23, 2019

Presenters: Christina Laskaridis of SOAS University and Tiago Mata of UCLProduced and edited by Maria Bach, Assistant Professor at the American University of Paris In this episode, Christina and Tiago discuss Eric Roll’s book on the History of E...

Maria Bach on Indian Economics in the late 19th century, Episode 14
June 13, 2019

Guest: Maria Bach, The American University of ParisHosted and produced by Reinhard Schumacher In this episode, Reinhard talks with Maria Bach about her PhD thesis Redefining universal development from and at the margins: Indian Economics’ contri...

Peter Boettke on F. A. Hayek, Episode 13
February 08, 2019

Guest: Peter BoettkeHosted and produced by Erwin Dekker and Reinhard Schumacher In this episode Erwin and Reinhard talk with Peter Boettke about his new book on Hayek, F.A. Hayek: Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy,