University of Pisa
Name of the person involved in the event:
Harald Hagemann, Laurie Bréban, J>ean Dellemotte, Nathalie Sigot, Gislain Deleplace
Date of the event:
20 June 2013 - 22 June 2013
Type of Dissemination event:
Conference or Fair
Description of Dissemination Event:
Organisation of a Special Session on EE-T Project at the History of Economics Society Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 20-22 June 2013. The following was the programme of the session: E Saturday 10:30 to 12:30 E3 Translations and the Circulation of Economic Ideas across Borders (185) Chair: Evelyn Forget, University of Manitoba 1. Laurie Bréban and Jean Dellemotte, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne From One Sympathy to Another: Sophie de Grouchy’s Translation of the Theory of Moral Sentiments 2. Nathalie Sigot, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne An Activist Stance: The 1828 French Translation of Bentham’s Defence of Usury 3. Ghislain Deleplace, Université de Paris 8 The French Translation of Keynes’s General Theory: Terminological Problems and Analytical Difficulties 4. Harald Hagemann, University of Hohenheim The German Edition of Keynes’s General Theory: Controversies on the Preface
Target group:
The HES is the main American scientific association in the History of Economic Thought. Its members are some thousands, including many Europeans. The Conference has an average audience of 200 members and its website is followed by many more
Number of people reached by event:
Held in:
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Outcomes and Results:
American, European and world specialists in History of Economic Thought have become aware of the existence of the project and have been able to appreciate its methodology and results by listening to the papers in the special session or by consulting the abstracts on the conference website
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