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Call for papers: Adam Smith Review symposium on Anglo-American capitalism

Sandra Peart

Is there a future for the robust sort of capitalism favoured by Adam Smith or have we reached a limit to Anglo-American capitalism as the engine of human betterment?  Over the last few decades scholars from many points of view have found the basis for a uniquely defensible position in Smith's work.  It is therefore appropriate that the Adam Smith Review proposes a symposium devoted to the theme: "Is Anglo-American capitalism passing away?"  We are particularly interested in contributions that view current economic events through a lens informed by Smith's teaching on institutions, money and economic growth.  Please send proposals and suggestions for contributions to Sandra J. Peart, Dean, Jepson School of Leadership Studies ([email protected]) by October 20, 2009; full papers to be submitted for refereeing by January 15, 2010.


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