Alla ricerca del contributo perduto: (in)visibilità delle economiste nelle riviste italiane dal 1930 al 1970

Giulia Zacchia

Abstract


L’articolo vuole riportare alla luce il contributo delle economiste all’evoluzione del pensiero economico italiano. È un primo passo nella direzione di colmare la sostanziale ignoranza su chi fossero le pioniere della disciplina economica in Italia andandone ad identificare i principali contributi negli articoli pubblicati dalle riviste economiche italiane nel periodo che va dagli anni ’30 agli anni ’70.

The paper aims at shedding light on the contributions by women economists to the evolution of the Italian economic thought in a recent past. It is a first attempt to fill the substantial ignorance about who were women pioneers of economics in Italy and how they contributed to the discipline, identifying the evolution of their visibility and trends in their research fields’ specialization in the articles published by Italian economic journals from the 1930s to the 1970s.

Jel Codes: A14, A11, B31, B54


Parole chiave


Women economists, Italian economic journals, HET

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13133/2037-3651_72.286_2

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