José Luís Cardoso
José Luís Cardoso is research professor at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon, where he served as Deputy Director (2010-2014) and Director (2014-2018).
Until 2008 he was full professor of economics and history of economic thought at ISEG, University of Lisbon. He collaborates with several foreign universities as visiting professor. He is author and editor of several books on the Portuguese history of economic thought from a comparative perspective, with special emphasis on the study of the processes of diffusion and assimilation of economic ideas. His historical essays combine multidisciplinary approaches with contributions from economics, sociology and political science. His research interests also include economic history and methodology of economics.
He has published articles in the main peer reviewed and WoS or Scopus journals in his field of research, namely The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, History of Political Economy, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, History of Economic Ideas, Journal of Socio- Economics, History of European Ideas, Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, Revista de História Económica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History and Financial History Review. He has also articles published in the main history and social sciences journals published in Portugal and Brazil, namely Análise Social, Ler História, e-journal of Portuguese History, Tempo and Revista Brasileira de História.
He is the general editor of the series Classics of Portuguese Economic Thought (20 titles in 30 volumes) and founding editor of the European Journal of the History of Economic Thought and of the e-journal of Portuguese history. He has been President of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET) in 2014-2016. In December he was elected President of the Academy of Sciences of Lisbon for the period 2022-2024.
His recent publications in English include:
▪ The Reduced Impact of Impact Factors on the History of Economics Community. Œconomia, 2021, Vol. 11:3, 497-508.
▪ Economic History and History of Economics: Complementary Approaches to Portuguese Economic Development. In: Brites Pereira, Luís, Mata, Maria Eugénia, Rocha de Sousa, Miguel (Eds.), Economic Globalization and Governance: Essays in Honor of Jorge Braga de Macedo. Cham: Springer, 2021, 61- 73.
▪ Economists and Authoritarianism in Portugal (1926–1974): from adherence to dissent. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 2020, Vol. 38B, 17-35.
▪ Postscript: The Intellectual Origins of European Integration. In: Cunha, Alexandre M. and Suprinyak, Carlos E., (eds.), Political Economy and International Order in Interwar Europe. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, 403-422 (with James Morrison).
▪ The reception and appropriation of Malthus in Portugal and Brazil. In: Faccarello, G., Izumo, M, Morishita, H. (Eds.), Malthus Across Nations: The Reception of Thomas Robert Malthus in Europe, America and Japan. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2020, 324-358 (with Alexandre Cunha).
▪ Money, Banking and Politics in Early Nineteenth-Century Portugal. In: Marcuzzo M., Deleplace G., Paesani P. (Eds), New Perspectives on Political Economy and Its History (Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought). London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020, 107-125.
▪ Friedrich List and national political economy. In: Hagemann, Harald, Seiter, Stephan and Wendler, Eugen (eds.), The Economic Thought of Friedrich List. London and New York: Routledge, 2019, 46-57.
▪ Genovesi and enlightened political economy. In: Cardoso, José Luís, Kurz, Heinz D. and Steiner, Philippe (eds.), Economic Analyses in Historical Perspective. Festschrift in Honour of Gilbert Faccarello. London and New York: Routledge, 2018, 103-112.
He has recently published in Portuguese the following books:
▪ A Revolução Liberal de 1820. Lisboa: CTT, 2019.
▪ Manuel Fernandes Tomás. Ensaio Histórico-Biográfico. Coimbra: Almedina, 2020.
▪ Escritos Políticos e Discursos Parlamentares (1820-1822) de Manuel Fernandes Tomás. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 2020.
▪ O Banco de Lisboa e a Revolução Liberal de 1820. Lisboa: Banco de Portugal, 2021.
The complete list of his publications is available here.