Journal of the History of Economic Thought
The Revue d'histoire de la pensée économique belongs to the Collection Économies, Gestion et Sociétés created by the French publishing company Classiques Garnier. It continues the series « Histoire de la pensée économique » of Économies et Sociétés, which ceased being published in September 2015. Its Editorial policy, Editorial board and Scientific committee are unchanged.
The journal Revue d'histoire de la pensée économique publishes original papers on history of economic thought, philosophy, epistemology and economic methodology as well as book reviews. Any proposal will be examined by the Editorial board and the quality of articles ensured through the process of anonymous peer review. Articles are published in French or in English with an abstract written in both languages in order to maximize the dissemination of knowledge at both national and international level.
The journal is simultaneously published in paper format and electronically. It is made available online by Classiques Garnier Numérique.
Ramón TORTAJADA (Université Grenoble Alpes)
Alain Clément, LEO-Université de Tours (†)
Clément Coste, Triangle-Institut d'Études Politiques de Lyon
Thierry Demals, CLERSÉ-Université de Lille
Ludovic Desmedt, LEDI-Université de Bourgogne
Christophe Depoortere, CEMOI-Université de la Réunion
Ludovic Frobert, CNRS-ENS-Triangle
Rebeca Gomez Betancourt, Triangle-Université de Lyon
Alexandra Hyard, CLERSÉ-Université de Lille
Marlyse Pouchol, Université de Reims-CLERSÉ-Université de Lille
Joël-Thomas Ravix, GREDEG-Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis
Christophe Salvat, CNRS-Centre Gilles-Gaston Berger-AMU
Ramón Tortajada, GREG-Université Grenoble Alpes
Scientific Advisory Board
Manuela Albertone, Università di Torino (Ital.)
Salvador Almenar, Universidad de Valencia (Esp.)
Arnaud Berthoud, Université Lille 1 (F.)
Tony Brewer, University of Bristol (R.-U.)
José Felix Catano, Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Col.)
Daniel Diatkine, Université Evry-Val de Marne (F.)
Evelyn Forget, University of Manitoba (Can.)
Jean-Jacques Friboulet, Université de Fribourg (C.H.)
Alberto Giacomin, Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia (Ital.)
Istvan Hont, University of Cambridge (R.-U.) (†)
Marc Penin, Université Montpellier I (F.)
Eduardo Scarano, Universidad de Buenos Aires (Arg.)
Margaret L. Schabas, University of British Columbia (Can.)
Bertram Schefold, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität-Frankfurt (All.)
Michael Sonenscher, King's College, Cambridge (R.-U.)
Hans-Michael Trautwein, Carl von Ossietzky Universität-Oldenburg (All.)
François Vatin, Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense (F.)
Carl Wennerlind, Barnard College, Columbia University (E.-U.)
Richard Whatmore, University of St Andrews (R.-U.)
Michel Zouboulakis, University of Thessaly (Gr.)
Declaration on ethics and good editorial practicesThe review only publishes original and unpublished contributions.
It refuses to publish articles or parts of articles that have already appeared in other publication formats and it asks authors to guarantee that their article will not be submitted to any other review until such time as a decision to refuse publication be communicated to them.
Authors must guarantee that their contribution does not infringe copyrights and cannot be considered plagiarism, even in part. Discovery of proven plagiarism after publication will result in removal of the digital version of the article. Authors must give appropriate citations for the materials used. The author serving as correspondent is responsible for the list of contributors and for their agreement to the version submitted to the review. Authors must declare any and all conflicts of interest and identify the sources of financing received for the research, if applicable.
Each article submitted to the review is evaluated according to a double-blind process.
In cases of major error in a published article identified by an author or by a reader who brings it to the attention of the editorial committee, the author or authors agree to rectify the error or to respond with a refutation of the accusation of error. In cases of rectification by the author, the review and Éditions Classiques Garnier agree to publish the corrected version of the article online.
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Note to Contributors
Authors are kindly requested to conform to the following rules. Papers should include :
1. A title, an abstract in French and in English of 500 signs including spaceabout ten lines and 5 or 10 keywords, also translated, and no more than three Journal of Economic Literature classification codes.
2. An introduction, sections and subsections, a conclusion, and bibliographical references at the end of the paper.
3. Footnotes are at the bottom of each page, referred to by numerical superscripts from 1 to n.
4. If necessary, formulas, graphics and tables should be numbered consecutively. These numbers should be written in brackets at the right side of the page.
Once papers are accepted authors will receive full editorial details.
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