Editorial: books and debates in economics

Authors

  • Carlo D'Ippoliti Sapienza University of Rome

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643_73.295_1

Keywords:

Paolo Sylos Labini, economic debate, book reviews

Abstract

This editorial note introduces to the current issue of the journal. On occasion of the centenary of the birth of Paolo Sylos Labini, to whom our journal is dedicated, Economia civile has devoted a special issue Moneta e Credito to the continuing topicality of his thought. Among the new initiatives of the Review, we highlight here the call for submissions of extensive book review articles, which we aim will be a further tool to foster the economic debate on our pages.

JEL codes: B31, A11, H63

References

Ambrosino A., Storti L. (2020), “Interdisciplinarità nella teoria economica: riflessioni sulle spalle di Paolo Sylos Labini”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp. 285-300.

Corsi M., D’Ippoliti C. (2013), “The productivity of the public sector: A Classical view”, PSL Quarterly Review, 66 (267), pp. 403-434.

D’Ippoliti C. (2015), “Editorial: Paolo Sylos Labini (1920-2005)”, PSL Quarterly Review, 68 (274), pp. 179-185.

Gianni B., Oldani C. (2020), “Governance fiscale e sostenibilità del debito pubblico”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp. 385-395.

Guarini G., Zacchia G. (2020), “Sviluppo economico e sviluppo civile: attualità del pensiero di Paolo Sylos Labini”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp. 279-283.

Lucarelli S., Perone G. (2020), “Quando la produttività è limitata dalla bilancia dei pagamenti. Una riflessione sulle relazioni fra centro e periferia nell’unione monetaria europea a partire dall’equazione della produttività di Sylos Labini”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp.325-353.

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Palma D. (2020), “Aspetti di lungo periodo della crisi economica italiana attraverso le lenti di Paolo Sylos Labini”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp. 301-323.

Pasinetti L.L. (1998a), “The myth (or folly) of the 3% deficit/GDP Maastricht ‘parameter’”, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 22 (1), pp. 103-116.

Pasinetti L.L. (1998b), “European Union at the End of 1997: Who is within the Public Finance ‘Sustainability’ Zone?”, BNL Quarterly Review, 51 (204), pp. 17-36.

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Roncaglia A. (2020), The Age of Fragmentation. A History of Contemporary Economic Thought, Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press.

Sylos Labini P. (1962), Oligopoly and Technical Progress, Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press.

Sylos Labini P. (1985), The Forces of Growth and Decline, Cambridge (MA): MIT Press.

Sylos Labini P. (1995), (1995), “Why the Interpretation of the Cobb Douglas Production Function Must Be Radically Changed”, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 6 (3), pp. 485-504.

Sylos Labini P. (2003), “Prospects for the world economy”, BNL Quarterly Review, 56 (223), pp. 179-206; republished (2009), PSL Quarterly Review, 62 (248-251), pp. 59-86.

Tavasci D., Ventimiglia L. (2020), “Una valutazione dell’austerità e del debito pubblico italiani”, Moneta e Credito, 73 (292), pp. 355-384.

Zacchia G. (2016), “Paolo Sylos Labini: Reflections on a classical economist”, PSL Quarterly Review, 69 (277), pp. 199-208.

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Published

2021-01-16

How to Cite

D’Ippoliti, C. (2021). Editorial: books and debates in economics. PSL Quarterly Review, 73(295), 279–282. https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3643_73.295_1

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