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Economic Thought and Institutional Change in France and Italy, 1789--1914: A Comparative Study

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Economic Thought and Institutional Change in France and Italy, 1789--1914: A Comparative Study
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Economic Thought and Institutional Change in France and Italy, 1789--1914: A Comparative Study
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Soliani, Riccardo
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Economic Thought and Institutional Change in France and Italy, 1789--1914: A Comparative Study
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  • Preface; Contents; Fighting for Identity, Justice and Liberty; 1 Economics and "Civilization" in Gian Domenico Romagnosi; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Romagnosi's Main Economic Concept; 3 "Order of Fact" and "Order of Reason"; 4 The Theory of "Civilization"; 5 "Unbridled Competition" and Free Competition; 6 "Normal State" and "Unsettled Powers"; 7 Industry, Agriculture, Pauperism; 8 Romagnosi and the Natural Order; 9 Romagnosi and the Right of Property; 10 Romagnosi and the Free Trade; 11 The Main Causes of Economic Growth and Civilisation: Self-interest and Institutions
  • 12 Romagnosi and the Social Conflict13 Concluding Remarks: Romagnosi's Influence on the Italian Risorgimento; References; 2 Carlo Cattaneo (1801-1869), Lombard Philosopher and Economist, Liberal Beyond Federalism; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Cattaneo and the Italian Risorgimento in Lombardy; 3 Economy in Lombardy and Northern Italy during the Cattaneo's Years; 4 Fundamental Aspects of the Political Vision of Carlo Cattaneo; 5 Cattaneo and Political Economy; 6 Concluding Remarks; References
  • 3 Liberty, Labour and Human Rights: Institutional Change and the Intellectual Debate on Slavery in France from Condorcet to the Mid-19th CenturyAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Origin and Nature of Slavery: Reflections on the Normative Aspect; 3 Enlightenment Thinkers and the Economic Debate on Slavery in the Colonies; 4 Slavery in the 19th Century. New Debate, Old Questions; 5 Immediate Abolition Versus Progressive Abolition: The Issue of Indemnity; 6 Slavery, the Emancipation of Labour and the Transformation of Agriculture; 7 Conclusions; References; Economic Freedom, Free Trade and Equity
  • 4 Whose Sismondi? Which Italy? The Reception Italy Gave Sismondi's Economic ThoughtAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Sismondi as Historian of the Républiques Italiennes; 3 Subsistence and Poverty; 4 Sismondi Between History and Political Economy; 5 The Reception of Sismondi in Southern Italy; 6 The Influence of Sismondi in Lombardy; 7 The Influence of Sismondi in Tuscany; 8 Sismondi's Ideas and the Debate on Agriculture in Tuscany; 9 The Debate on Sismondi in France After the Restoration; 10 Sismondi's Fortune in Italy After Unification; 11 The Interpretation of Sismondi During the Fascist Regime
  • 12 Concluding RemarksReferences; 5 A Comparative Analysis of the Relationship Between Friedrich List and French and Italian Culture; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 A German (and American) Economist in Paris; 3 The Roots of the Industrial System; 4 The Criticism of J.B. Say from the Outlines to the Nationale System; 5 List and the French Neo-Mercantilists; 6 A Difficult Reception: List in Italy; 7 Free Traders and Protectionists Without Productive Powers; 8 Final Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; 6 J.-B. Say: Political Economy and Social Justice; Abstract; 1 Introduction
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Economic Thought and Institutional Change in France and Italy, 1789--1914: A Comparative Study
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Fighting for Identity, Justice and Liberty; 1 Economics and "Civilization" in Gian Domenico Romagnosi; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Romagnosi's Main Economic Concept; 3 "Order of Fact" and "Order of Reason"; 4 The Theory of "Civilization"; 5 "Unbridled Competition" and Free Competition; 6 "Normal State" and "Unsettled Powers"; 7 Industry, Agriculture, Pauperism; 8 Romagnosi and the Natural Order; 9 Romagnosi and the Right of Property; 10 Romagnosi and the Free Trade; 11 The Main Causes of Economic Growth and Civilisation: Self-interest and Institutions
  • 12 Romagnosi and the Social Conflict13 Concluding Remarks: Romagnosi's Influence on the Italian Risorgimento; References; 2 Carlo Cattaneo (1801-1869), Lombard Philosopher and Economist, Liberal Beyond Federalism; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Cattaneo and the Italian Risorgimento in Lombardy; 3 Economy in Lombardy and Northern Italy during the Cattaneo's Years; 4 Fundamental Aspects of the Political Vision of Carlo Cattaneo; 5 Cattaneo and Political Economy; 6 Concluding Remarks; References
  • 3 Liberty, Labour and Human Rights: Institutional Change and the Intellectual Debate on Slavery in France from Condorcet to the Mid-19th CenturyAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The Origin and Nature of Slavery: Reflections on the Normative Aspect; 3 Enlightenment Thinkers and the Economic Debate on Slavery in the Colonies; 4 Slavery in the 19th Century. New Debate, Old Questions; 5 Immediate Abolition Versus Progressive Abolition: The Issue of Indemnity; 6 Slavery, the Emancipation of Labour and the Transformation of Agriculture; 7 Conclusions; References; Economic Freedom, Free Trade and Equity
  • 4 Whose Sismondi? Which Italy? The Reception Italy Gave Sismondi's Economic ThoughtAbstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Sismondi as Historian of the Républiques Italiennes; 3 Subsistence and Poverty; 4 Sismondi Between History and Political Economy; 5 The Reception of Sismondi in Southern Italy; 6 The Influence of Sismondi in Lombardy; 7 The Influence of Sismondi in Tuscany; 8 Sismondi's Ideas and the Debate on Agriculture in Tuscany; 9 The Debate on Sismondi in France After the Restoration; 10 Sismondi's Fortune in Italy After Unification; 11 The Interpretation of Sismondi During the Fascist Regime
  • 12 Concluding RemarksReferences; 5 A Comparative Analysis of the Relationship Between Friedrich List and French and Italian Culture; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 A German (and American) Economist in Paris; 3 The Roots of the Industrial System; 4 The Criticism of J.B. Say from the Outlines to the Nationale System; 5 List and the French Neo-Mercantilists; 6 A Difficult Reception: List in Italy; 7 Free Traders and Protectionists Without Productive Powers; 8 Final Remarks; Acknowledgments; References; 6 J.-B. Say: Political Economy and Social Justice; Abstract; 1 Introduction
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