History of Political Economy

(The TQCC of History of Political Economy is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Paternalism and the Public Household10
The Discovery of the Gini Coefficient9
Building a National Machine8
Postwar Third-Way Perspectives8
A History of the Institutionalization of Feminist Economics through Its Tensions and Founders8
Neoclassical Supply and Demand, Experiments, and the Classical Theory of Price Formation7
Peregrinations of a Corporatist Economist7
The Dog That Did Not Bark6
Theory to the Rescue of Large-Scale Models: Edmond Malinvaud's View on the Search for Microfoundations6
The “Vanderbilt Boys” and the Modernization of Brazilian Economics6
Between Pareto and Gini: The Origins of Personal Inequality Measurement in Italy, 1894–19396
From Depreciation to Exhaustible Resources6
Transatlantic Roads to Mont Pèlerin: “Old Chicago” and Freiburg in a World of Disintegrating Orders5
The Origins of the CES Production Function5
Analytic Narratives in Political Economy5
An “Ordo-Thinker” on the Left: Jan Tinbergen on the National and International Economic Order4
The Game Is Afoot4
Sentiment and Prejudice4
Testing Measures: Decolonization and Economic Power in 1960s India4
How Poverty Became a Violation of Human Rights: The Production of a New Political Subject, France and Belgium, 1964–884
The Temperature of the Brain3
Sismondi’s Price Theory3
Unlocking the Mystery of the Origins of John von Neumann’s Growth Model3
Robert Solow’s Non-Walrasian Conception of Economics3
Gustav Schmoller and the Institutional Context of Entrepreneurship3
Six Decades of Economic Research at the Bank of England3
Introduction: Measuring Matters3
Utility Matters3
Statistical Inference in Economics in the 1920s and 1930s3
A Century of Economics and Engineering at Stanford3
Women and Economics: New Historical Perspectives3
Rescuing Henry George2
False Accounting as Formalizing Practices2
Narrative in Economics: A New Turn on the Past2
Constructing Cost of Living Indexes2
Searching for a Tide Table for Business2
Milton Friedman and the Road to Monetarism: A Review Essay2
Economics and Engineering2
Georg Friedrich Knapp Was Not a “Chartalist”2
Social Democracy and the Problem of Equality: Economic Analysis and Political Argument in the United Kingdom2
Money as a Store of Value2
Vanity and Luck in Adam Smith's Economic Growth2
A Historical Portrait of Female Economists' Coauthorship Networks2
Edmund Burke's Political Economy: A Historiographical Essay2
John Stuart Mill2
“There Is Nothing Wrong about Being Money Grubbing!” Milton Friedman’s Provocative “Capitalism and the Jews” in Context, 1972–882
Measuring the Middle: Technopolitics and the Making of Brazil’s New Middle Class2
Reports from China: Joan Robinson as Observer and Travel Writer, 1953–782
Milton Friedman and Exchange Rates: History and Controversies2
The Political Economy of a Modern Missionary: E. W. Kemmerer in the Philippines2
John Stuart Mill on China’s Stationary State2
Shotgun Weddings in Control Engineering and Postwar Economics, 1940–722
The Case against “Indirect” Statistical Inference2
The Early Reception of the Phillips Curve in the United Kingdom: New Evidence from the Papers of the Council on Prices, Productivity, and Incomes2
Accounting for the Nation, Marginalizing the Empire: Taxable Capacity and Colonial Rule in the Early Twentieth Century2
Toward a “Prodigious Revival of French Economics”? Allais, Debreu, and the Dead Loss Controversy (1943–51)2
Guy H. Orcutt’s Engineering Microsimulation to Reengineer Society1
When Measurements Matter: Poverty, Wealth, and the Politics of Inequality in the United States1
Cameralism asSonderwegof German Mercantilism?1
From a Reformist Professor to a “Mouthpiece” for Capital: Tsunao Miyajima in an International Context1
Adam Smith, Adam Ferguson, and the Reconceptualization of Philosophy in Eighteenth-Century Scotland1
Measuring Difference? The United Nations’ Shift from Progress to Poverty1
Controlling for What? Movements, Measures, and Meanings in the US Gender Wage Gap Debate1
The Theory of Transaction in Institutional Economics: A Historyby Massimiliano Vatiero1
Assessing the Economic Consequences of Disarmament1
Henry C. Carey's Monetary Thought and American Industrialization in the Greenback Debate1
Voluminous, Repetitive, and Intractable1
Introduction: Roads to Economic Knowledge: The Epistemic Virtues of Travel across the History of Thought1
Families and Women in Alfred Marshall's Analysis of Well-Being and Progress1
Who’s Who and What’s What at the LSE, Then and Now?1
The Role of Narratives in Transferring Rational Choice Models into Political Science1
A History of Feminist and Gender Economicsby Giandomenica Becchio1
The Development of Financial Economics in France between the Mid-1970s and the Early 1980s1
Redistributing Agency1
The Engineering Tools That Shaped the Rational Expectations Revolution1
Afterword: Inequality, a Guide for the Reflexive1
Exploring the History of Statistical Inference in Economics1
Tax Erosion in Seventeenth-Century Naples: Tommaso Campanella on Causes and Remedies1
The Making of Index Numbers in the Early 1920s: A Closer Look at the Fisher-Mitchell Debate1
The Place of Glasgow in The Wealth of Nations: Caught between Biography and Text, Philosophical and Commercial History1
Paul Rosenstein-Rodan and the Birth of Development Economics1
Tracing Barbara Bergmann's Occupational Crowding Hypothesis: A Recent History1
The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society by Binyamin Appelbaum1
Influences and Convergences in the Dissemination of Cameralist Ideas in Portugal1
The Early Mathematics of Welfare1
Say's Second Visit to Britain: A Career Turning Point1
Kenneth Boulding’s Visual Imagination1
The Wider Context of Samuelson’s MIT Textbook—Depression-Era Discussions about the Value of Economics Education for American Engineers1
Behavioral Consistency in Economics and Sociology: Thomas Schelling and Social Interactionists on Commitment, 1956–691
Technocratic Economics1
Introducing Journalism into the History of Economics1
Two “Two Ostrom” Problems1
When Berle and Galbraith Revived Political Economy: A Study of Cross-Fertilization (1933–67)1
Albert O. Hirschman, Europe, and the Postwar Economic Order, 1946–521
The Drifting Influence of Hall's Random-Walk Hypothesis on Consumption Modeling1
British Travelers to the Mines of Rio de la Plata and Chile in the Aftermath of the Financial Crisis of 1825–26: Political Economy and Questions of Observation1
Travelers' Tales: Their Values and Virtues1
Statistical Parables1
How the Phillips Curve Shaped Full Employment Policy in the 1970s: The Debates on the Humphrey-Hawkins Act1
Order beyond Equilibrium: Ludwig Lachmann's Bridging of Seemingly Irreconcilable Traditions1
Israel Kirzner's Use of Narratives to Illuminate the Limitations of Neoclassical Economics and the Austrian Alternative1
FramingThe Wealth of Nations1
Public Happiness through Manufacturing and Innovation1
Towards an Economics of Natural Equals: A Documentary History of the Early Virginia School by David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart1
Hidden Figures: A New History of the Permanent Income Hypothesis1