Gerardo Serra is a second year PhD student in the Department of Economic History at the London School of Economics. His main research interests are the history and methodology of economics, and colonial and postcolonial African economic history. His thesis analyses the relationship between economic theory, statistics and policy design and implementation in late colonial and postcolonial Ghana.

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    LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

LSE Lit Fest 2016 Reading List: Eight Must-Read Books On and Around the Theme of ‘Utopia’

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Today, Monday 22nd February 2016, marks […]

Book Review: Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures by Anupama Mohan

Utopia and the Village in South Asian Literatures provides a searching exploration of twentieth-century literatures of the Indian subcontinent by refocusing […]

Book Review: Why Capitalism? by Allan H. Meltzer

The financial crisis caused many to reconsider the desirability and feasibility of capitalism. In Why Capitalism?, renowned economist Allan Meltzer […]

Book Review: Cognitive Capitalism by Yann Moulier Boutang

Cognitive Capitalism argues the political economy born with Adam Smith no longer offers us the possibility of understanding the value, […]

Book Review: The Fall and Rise of Keynesian Economics by John Eatwell and Murray Milgate

John Eatwell and Murray Milgate present an excellent collection of essays on the possible role that Keynesian ideas could play in fixing today’s economic […]

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