Annual Conference


London, 3-5 September 2014

Registration is £175 (including conference dinner). To pay, go to: Registration

Delegates of the UKHET2014 conference can book en-suite accommodation located on Marylebone campus.
Marylebone Hall is a 21-storey building offering single standard, single premier and twin en-suite rooms with built-in wardrobes, plenty of storage, and a safe in every room. Each floor has two fully equipped kitchen/diners, and there is a lounge area on the ground floor, with TV, computer games and a pool table.

We are offering UKHET2014 delegates a discounted rate for self-catered accommodation.
Single standard en-suite £48.80 per night
Single Premier en-suite £57.60 per night
Twin en-suite £74.40 per night

To book please go to online booking portal below. Enter your dates of stay (the discount code is also valid if you want to stay a few days before or after the conference). Enter the number of guests your are booking for. Enter the discount code UKHET2014. Click Next. You will be shown availability at all our halls, but please note that the on campus location for the conference, for which the discount code is valid, is Marylebone Hall. Please select the number of rooms required, click next and progress through to the payment pages. If you need to cancel or amend your booking at any time this can all be done online.
To pay go to: Accommodation

For any further questions about the conference, please contact the local organiser Dr. Hugh Goodacre,



12:00 to 1.45pm Registration and lunch

1.45-2.00 Welcome

2.00 to 3.30

Fred Day – Why teach Aristotle in a Business School?

Andy Denis – Economic calculation: private property or several control?

4.00 to 5.30. Eighteenth Century Economic Thought.

Furuya, Yutaka – James Steuart on the Ancient Economy

Tzotzes, Sergios- The “Body Politick” project: A Political Economy Reading of Bernard Mandeville

5.30 to 7.00. Public lecture.

Bertram Schefold- History of Economic Thought and Economic History: Who Will Bring the Past to Life?

7.00 Drinks reception


9.30 to 11.00 am

Jou Ishii -Barton Inquiries (1820): A study by John Barton on population and poverty

Jörn Janssen -Wage Labour, Agent of Economic Development

11.30am to 1.00pm.

Paul Lewis  -The Emergence of ‘Emergence’ in the Work of F.A. Hayek: An Historical Analysis

Erich Pinzon Fuchs -Econometrics as a Pluralistic Scientific Tool for Economic Planning: On Lawrence R. Klein’s Econometrics

2.00 to 3.30 AGM of the History of Economic Though Society

3.30-5.30 Excursion. Details to be announced.

5.30 to 7.00. Public lecture.

Geoff Harcourt -On Ricardo and Cambridge

8.00 Conference Dinner at Ishtar Restaurant.

FRIDAY 5 September 2014

9.30 to 11.00. International Trade and Development.

Maria Dahl -The Influence of the Other – India in Classical Political Economy

Inês Patrício -Inflation and development in Latin American economic thought

11.30 to 1.00

Eithne Murphy -The neglected challenges to the central tenets of international trade theory

Shigeki Tomo -Marginal Revolution without mathematics