The Ecology of Economic Thought I
This panel explores themes at the intersection of economic and environmental history.
"Remaking the Market, Making Renewable Energy: The Struggle over the Feed-in-Tariff and the Emergence of German Climate Politics in the 1980s”
Stephen Milder, Assistant Professor of European Politics and Society, University of Groningen, Research Fellow, Rachel Carson Center, Munich.
“From Luddites to Limits: Towards a global and long-term history of growth critiques”
Matthias Schmelzer, Friedrich-Schiller University, Jena
"From Svamiji’s Ashram to Whitehall: Instrumentalising the British Government during the 1973 Oil Crisis"
Thomas Turnbull, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin
"Climate and Capitalists"
Glenda Sluga, European University Institute
Ben Huf, University of Sydney
Sabine Selchow, European University Institute
Chair: Julia Nordblad, Uppsala University
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