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Why does the history of economic thought neglect post-Keynesian economics? (2020)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D. (2020). Why does the history of economic thought neglect post-Keynesian economics?. Review of Keynesian Economics, 8(1), 119-137. https://doi.org/10.4337/roke.2020.01.09

Despite receiving increased interest after the global financial crisis of 2007–2008 and consolidating itself as an established research program, Post-Keynesian economics remains under-represented within publications on the history of economics. When... Read More about Why does the history of economic thought neglect post-Keynesian economics?.

‘TAMA’ economics under siege in Brazil: The threats of curriculum governance reform (2019)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D., Mearman, A., & Berger, S. (in press). ‘TAMA’ economics under siege in Brazil: The threats of curriculum governance reform. Review of International Political Economy, https://doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2019.1670716

This article considers the curriculum framework governing economics teaching in Brazilian higher education. We assess economics teaching according to three criteria: its pluralism or monism regarding economic theory and method; its treatment of econo... Read More about ‘TAMA’ economics under siege in Brazil: The threats of curriculum governance reform.

An agenda without a plan: Robert E Lucas’s trajectory through the public debate (2019)
Journal Article
Goutsmedt, A., Guizzo, D., & Sergi, F. (2019). An agenda without a plan: Robert E Lucas’s trajectory through the public debate

This article explores Robert E. Lucas’s policy agenda and his engagement with the public debate between the late 1960s and late 1980s. It investigates how he interacted with the public debate by envisioning key principles of his macroeconomic theory... Read More about An agenda without a plan: Robert E Lucas’s trajectory through the public debate.

Discursive strategies in the keynes-hayek debate: Building a liberal critique (2019)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D. (2019). Discursive strategies in the keynes-hayek debate: Building a liberal critique. Contributions to Political Economy, 38(1), 12-30. https://doi.org/10.1093/cpe/bzz014

© 2019 The Author(s). Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Cambridge Political Economy Society. All rights reserved. This article addresses an analysis of discourse based on Michel Foucault's 'order of discourse' to comprehend which... Read More about Discursive strategies in the keynes-hayek debate: Building a liberal critique.

Macroeconomics, development economics, and biographical topics: Two years in the history of economic thought (2016-2017) (2019)
Journal Article
Beal, D., Guizzo, D., & Cruz e Silva, V. (2019). Macroeconomics, development economics, and biographical topics: Two years in the history of economic thought (2016-2017). History of Economic Ideas, 1(XXVI), 163-196. https://doi.org/10.19272/201906102006

This article provides a formal account of some of the major themes that shaped the history of economic thought during the biennium 2016-2017. It focuses on three areas, namely, macroeconomics, development economics, and the lives and ideas of selecte... Read More about Macroeconomics, development economics, and biographical topics: Two years in the history of economic thought (2016-2017).

Review of Tavasci & Ventimiglia (eds.) Teaching the History of Economic Thought (2018)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D. (2018). Review of Tavasci & Ventimiglia (eds.) Teaching the History of Economic Thought. History of Economic Ideas, XXVI(2), 192

Daniela Tavasci and Luigi Ventimiglia, two scholars from the School of Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London (uk), edited a volume that brings together the contributions of economics educators to the teaching of the history of eco... Read More about Review of Tavasci & Ventimiglia (eds.) Teaching the History of Economic Thought.

Teaching to think: Challenges and suitability of teaching inequality topics in a business school (2018)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D., & Takala-Greenish, L. (2018). Teaching to think: Challenges and suitability of teaching inequality topics in a business school. International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 9(1/2), 106-127. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJPEE.2018.10013524

This article explores the teaching of inequality in economics through two case studies. By employing a critical pedagogical approach that discusses non-dominant forms of knowledge, we demonstrate how two inequality topics – gender and trade – provide... Read More about Teaching to think: Challenges and suitability of teaching inequality topics in a business school.

Financialisation and development: How can emerging economies catch up? (2018)
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Guizzo, D., Strachman, E., Dalto, F., & Feijo, C. (2018). Financialisation and development: How can emerging economies catch up?

The influences of financialisation over emerging economies have drawn significant attention on whether these nations are able or not to overcome its constraints and promote satisfactory development levels. The possibilities for overcoming financial d... Read More about Financialisation and development: How can emerging economies catch up?.

Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching (2018)
Journal Article
Mearman, A., Guizzo, D., & Berger, S. (2018). Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching. Review of Political Economy, 30(2), 241-259. https://doi.org/10.1080/09538259.2018.1426682

This article offers a critique of a major recent initiative in economics teaching: the CORE project. CORE emerged in the wake of the global financial crisis, which was also something of a crisis for economics. The article deploys four evaluative crit... Read More about Whither political economy? Evaluating the CORE project as a response to calls for change in economics teaching.

Is UK economics teaching changing? Evaluating the new subject benchmark statement (2018)
Journal Article
Mearman, A., Guizzo, D., & Berger, S. (2018). Is UK economics teaching changing? Evaluating the new subject benchmark statement. Review of Social Economy, 76(3), 377-396. https://doi.org/10.1080/00346764.2018.1463447

© 2018, © 2018 The Association for Social Economics. This paper evaluates the recent reform to the curricular governance framework for UK Economics teaching: the revised Subject Benchmark Statement document for Economics (SBSE). The crisis of confide... Read More about Is UK economics teaching changing? Evaluating the new subject benchmark statement.

Keynes, Foucault and the 'disciplinary complex': A contribution to the analysis of work (2018)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D., & Stronge, W. (2018). Keynes, Foucault and the 'disciplinary complex': A contribution to the analysis of work

Economists often agree that productivity and wealth levels rose sharply until the 2008 crash, particularly in the developed world (see inter alia Piketty & Saez, 2013; OECD, 2015). Such prosperity, however, still has not caused a significant reductio... Read More about Keynes, Foucault and the 'disciplinary complex': A contribution to the analysis of work.

Revisando Foucault: Homo politicus e homo oeconomicus. Translation of Wendy Brown's Undoing the Demos (2017)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D., Hessmann Dalaqua, G., & Paulino, S. (2017). Revisando Foucault: Homo politicus e homo oeconomicus. Translation of Wendy Brown's Undoing the Demos. https://doi.org/10.5380/dp.v14i1.48108

Translation of the third chapter of Undoing the Demos, a book where Wendy Brown seeks to understand how the emergence of homo oeconomicus has vanquished other figurations and interpellations of the human. Brown first critically engages with Foucault... Read More about Revisando Foucault: Homo politicus e homo oeconomicus. Translation of Wendy Brown's Undoing the Demos.

Ethical transformation and government of the self in Keynes’s economic system (2017)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D. (2017). Ethical transformation and government of the self in Keynes’s economic system. History of Economic Ideas, XXV(1),

The article discusses the connections between ethics and government of the self in John Maynard Keynes’s economic thoughts about achieving and experiencing the «good life». Based on Michel Foucault’s philosophical developments about ethics and the on... Read More about Ethical transformation and government of the self in Keynes’s economic system.

PhD thesis summary: Keynes, Keynesian economics and the political economy of power of the postwar world (2016)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D. (2016). PhD thesis summary: Keynes, Keynesian economics and the political economy of power of the postwar world

The economic origins and sociopolitical impacts of what became known as ‘Keynesian Economics’ have not received substantial attention from economists, political scientists, and philosophers about its mode of governance. This thesis explores the rise... Read More about PhD thesis summary: Keynes, Keynesian economics and the political economy of power of the postwar world.

Polanyi and foucault on the issue of market in classical political economy: Complementary approaches to the radical theory of social control (2015)
Journal Article
Vigo de Lima, I., Guizzo, D., & Lima, I. (2017). Polanyi and foucault on the issue of market in classical political economy: Complementary approaches to the radical theory of social control. Review of Radical Political Economics, 49(1), 100-113. https://doi.org/10.1177/0486613415621745

© 2016 Union for Radical Political Economics. Studies have pointed out that the value of markets is related to their impact on the character of a society. Karl Polanyi’s thesis about social disembeddedness attributed to 19th century economic liberali... Read More about Polanyi and foucault on the issue of market in classical political economy: Complementary approaches to the radical theory of social control.

The biopolitics of the female: Constituting gendered subjects through technology (2015)
Book Chapter
Guizzo, D. (2015). The biopolitics of the female: Constituting gendered subjects through technology. In F. Scalambrino (Ed.), Social Epistemology and Technology: Towards Public Self-Awareness Regarding Technological Mediation, 145-153. Rowman & Littlefield

This chapter discusses the role played by technological artifacts in reinforcing biopolitical forms of control and regulation that have the female body and gender as their main targets.

Foucault's contributions for understanding power relations in British classical political economy (2015)
Journal Article
Guizzo, D., & de Lima, I. V. (2015). Foucault's contributions for understanding power relations in British classical political economy. EconomiA, 16(2), 194-205. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.econ.2015.06.002

This paper analyzes the strategic role played by British classical political economy in constructing new technologies of power. Michel Foucault drew attention to a change that political economists promoted concerning the role of the state, which has... Read More about Foucault's contributions for understanding power relations in British classical political economy.

An Archaeology of Adam Smith‘s Epistemic Context (2015)
Journal Article
Vigo de Lima, I., & Guizzo, D. (2015). An Archaeology of Adam Smith‘s Epistemic Context. Review of Political Economy, 27(4), 585-605. https://doi.org/10.1080/09538259.2015.1082819

© 2015 Taylor & Francis. Adam Smith played a key role in Foucault‘s archaeology of political economy. This archaeology, which Foucault accomplished in The Order of Things, is the focus of this article. Foucault may have disagreed with the writings... Read More about An Archaeology of Adam Smith‘s Epistemic Context.


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