In preparation

Radical Expectations: How the New Left Tried to Change Economics. Cambridge University Press.

“Journalistic judgment and the uses of economics in newsmedia after World War II” History of Political Economy. (special issue)

“Radical theories of worker discrimination for an age of trade union revival, USA in the 1970s” In The value of work since the 18th century. Edited by Massimo Asta and Pedro Ramos Pinto. Bloomsbury.

Edited collections/journal special issues

2019 Symposium on 50 years of the Union for Radical Political Economics. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 37 (A), 3-100.

2013 The Economist as Public Intellectual. (with S.G. Medema) History of Political Economy, 45 (Supplement), 1-330.

2011 The History of Economics as a History of Practice in Collaboration with The European Society for the History of Economic Thought. (with J.B. Davis, H. Maas) European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 18 (5), 635-806.

Journal articles

2020 “Epistemic Consultants and the Regulation of Policy Knowledge in the Obama Administration” (with J. Wright) Minerva, 58 (4), 535-558.

2019 “Introduction: the untold history of Left economics” Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology 37A: 3-10.

2019 “Craufurd, storyteller” (with H. Maas) History of Political Economy 51(1): 101-113. 2018 “‘Influence’ in historical explanation: Mary Morgan’s travelling facts and the context of influence” Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology 36B: 73-91.

2018 “Economics – and history – as communicative action.” History of Political Economy 50(3): 623-628.

2018 “The Managerial Ideal and Business Magazines during the Great Depression” Enterprise and Society 19(3): 578-609.

2018 “Radical economics as journalism, the origins of Dollars & Sense” Review of Radical Political Economics 50(3): 534-548.

2017 “Capitalist Threads: Engels the Businessman and Marx’s Capital” (with R. Van Horn) History of Political Economy 49(2): 207-232.

2014 “Identifying the Science and Technology Dimensions of Emerging Public Policy Issues through Horizon Scanning” (with M. Parker et al.) PLoS ONE 9(5): e96480.

2013 “Cultures of Expertise and the Public Interventions of Economists” (with S.G. Medema) History of Political Economy 45(5): 1-19.

2012 “National Science Foundation Patronage of Social Science, 1970s and 1980s: Congressional Scrutiny, Advocacy Network, and the Prestige of Economics” (with T. Scheiding) Minerva 50(4): 423-449.

2011 “Introduction: The History of Economics as a History of Practice” (with H. Maas and J. B. Davis) European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 18(5): 1-8.

2011 “Trust in Independence: The Identities of Economists in Business Magazines, 1945-1970” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 47(4): 359-379.

2011 “Fractals in Economic Journalism” History of Political Economy 43(2): 379-385.

2010 “The Enemy Within: Academic Freedom in 1960s and 1970s American Social Sciences” History of Political Economy 42(5): 77-104.

2010 “Transgressing the boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics of Behavioral Economics” KRISIS: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy n.3: 38-46.

2009 “The Solow Residual as a Black Box: Attempts at Integrating Business Cycle and Growth Theory” (with F. Louçã) History of Political Economy 41(5): 334-355.

2009 “Migrations and Boundary Work: Harvard, Radical Economists and the Committee on Political Discrimination” Science in Context 22(1): 115-143.

2007 “The Role of Oral History in the Historiography of Heterodox Economics: Identity and Difference in Radical Economics” (with F. S. Lee) History of Political Economy 39(5): 154-171.

2004 “Constructing Identity: The Post Keynesians and the Capital Controversies” Journal of the History of Economic Thought 26(2), June: 241-259.

Chapters in edited collections

In press, expected early 2022, “Some Notes on the life of a book” (afterword) on G. C. Harcourt Some Cambridge Controversies in the Theory of Capital, 50th anniversary re-edition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2018 “Reading popular histories of economics” in A Contemporary Historiography of Economics ,Till Duppe and E. Roy Weintraub (eds.) Routledge, 175-191.

2011 “Invasion of the Bloggers: a Preliminary Study on the Demography and Content of the Economic Blogosphere.” in Companion to Recent Economic Methodology, D. Wade Hands and John B. Davis (eds.) Edward Elgar, 514-524.

2011 “Godley Moves in Mysterious Ways: Economic Judgment in Postwar Britain.” in Contributions in Stock-Flow Modeling: Essays in Honor of Wynne Godley, D. Papadimitriou and G. Zezza (eds.) Palgrave, 12-35.

2010 “Os Instrumentos e Usos dos Economistas.” in A Economia sem Muros, Jose Maria Castro Caldas e Vitor Neves (eds.) Coimbra: Almedina, 205-217.

Book reviews

2022 Review of Kevin Deane and Elisa Van Waeyenberge (eds) Recharting the History of Economic Thought. Forthcoming in Journal of the History of Economic Thought.

2017 Review of Craufurd Goodwin. Walter Lippman: Public Economist. Journal of the History of Economic Thought 39(2): 281-283 .

2017 Review of Alessandro Lanteri and Jack Vromen, eds., The economics of economists. Journal of Economic Methodology 24(1): 104-108.

2016 Review of Floris Heukelom. Behavioral Economics: A History. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 52(1): 80-81.

2016 Review of Michael Szenberg and Lall B. Ramrattan, eds., Eminent Economists II. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 38(1): 119-121.

2013 Review of Mark Solovey and Hamilton Cravens, Cold War Social Science. British Journal for the History of Science, 46(3): 542-543.

2013 Review of Philip Mirowski Science-Mart. Journal of Economic Methodology, 20(1): 75-81.

2012 Review of Andrew Yarrow’s Measuring America: How Economic Growth Came to Define American Greatness in the Late Twentieth Century. History of Political Economy, 44(4): 715-717.

2011 Review of Roger E. Backhouse and Philippe Fontaine’s The History of the Social Sciences since 1945. History of Economic Ideas 19(2): 224-226.

2011 Review of Daniel Geary’s Radical Ambition: C. Wright Mills, the Left and American Social Thought. Journal of the History of Economic Thought 33(3): 408-409.

2008 Review of Gilles Dostaler’s Keynes and His Battles. History of Economic Ideas, 16(3): 149-150.

2004 Review of Jack Birner’s The Cambridge Controversies in Capital Theory. History of Economic Ideas, 12(1), September: 151-154.