Sarton Medaille - Claude Diebolt

Prof. dr. Robert Rubens, voorzitter Sarton Comité Universiteit Gent
Prof. dr. Patrick Van Kenhove, decaan Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde
Prof. dr. Glenn Rayp, vakgroep Economie

Hebben de eer u uit te nodigen op de Sarton lezing door

Professor Claude Diebolt, Université de Strasbourg en Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Op woensdag 6 maart 2019 om 16.30 uur in de Faculteitsraadzaal, campus Tweekerken, Tweekerkenstraat 2, 9000 Gent.

PROGRAMMA

  • Verwelkoming door professor Robert Rubens
  • Laudatio door professor Glenn Rayp
  • Lezing door professor Claude Diebolt - “We are Ninjas: How Economic History has Infiltrated Economics”
  • Uitreiking van de Sarton Medialle door professor Patrick Van Kenhove


Stadskledij

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Professor Robert Rubens, chairman Sarton Committee Ghent University
Professor Patrick Van Kenhove, dean Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
Professor Glenn Rayp, department of General Economics

have the honour to invite you to the Sarton Lecture of

Professor Claude Diebolt, Université de Strasbourg & Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

On Wednesday 6 March 2019 at 4.30 pm in the Faculty Board Room, campus Tweekerken, Tweekerkenstraat 2, 9000 Gent.

PROGRAMME

  • Welcome by professor Robert Rubens
  • Laudatio by professor Glenn Rayp
  • Lecture by professor Claude Diebolt - “We are Ninjas: How Economic History has Infiltrated Economics”
  • Presentation of the Sarton Medal by professor Patrick Van Kenhove


Informal attire

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Lecture “We are Ninjas: How Economic History has Infiltrated Economics” by professor Claude Diebolt
In his History of Economic Analysis, Schumpeter argued that among the three pillars of economics, economic history was the most important. At the American Economic Association meetings in 1964 the AEA offered a session on economic history during which the star studded cast - including future Nobel laureates Douglass North and Robert Fogel - espoused the importance of economic history in the training of future economists. Now, a half century later, we seek to revisit the role of economic history in the disciplines of economics and history to consider how its role has changed since Schumpeter’s proclamation and where the discipline fits within the larger framework of economic theory and the education of the next generation of economists and historians.

George Sarton (1884-1956), one of the founding fathers of the history of science as an academic discipline, is an alumnus of Ghent University. He established two leading journals in the field (Isis and Osiris) and the History of Science Society. In 1984 Ghent University decided to establish a Sarton Chair of History of Science. Each year the Sarton Committee selects a Sarton Chair holder and several Sarton medallists. They are invited to lecture on the history of science of their discipline. The lectures are published in the annual journal Sartonia.

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Faculteitsraadzaal, campus Tweekerken, building Tweekerken, 2nd floor, Tweekerkenstraat 2, 9000 Ghent06/03/2019 16:30 - 18:30N\A
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