Lars Magnusson - Publications#

Lars Magnusson has a vast publication list of monographs, edited volumes and journal articles that is attacted. Below are just a small selection of his publication in English during the last few years.


The Evolution of Path dependency. (Lars Magnusson and Jan Ottossson eds). Edward Elgar: Cheltenham 2009.

Nation, State and the Industrial Revolution. Routledge: Abingdon 2009. (Japanese edition 2011)

Twentieth-Century Economic History (ed Lars Magnusson), vol I-I. Critical Concepts in Economics. Abingdon: Routledge 2010.

The Political Economy of Mercantilism. Routledge: London & New York 2015. (Japanese translation 2017)

A Brief History of Political Economy: The Tales of Marx, Keynes and Hayek. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2016.


”Political Economy in Historical Context: the case of Malthus and Sweden “. The Benefit of Broad Horizons. Festschrift for Björn Wittrock (ed Hans Joas and Barbro Klein. Leiden/Boston: Brill 2010.

“Do the Nordic Lights Shine Brightly Again? – Sweden´s response to the 1970´s and 1980´s crisis. Journal of Modern European History, vol 9 (2011-12).

“Introduction” (plus notes and shorter introctions to all chapters). Maren Jonsson and Pertti Hyttinen (ed), Anticipating The Wealth of nations. The Selected Works of Anders Chydenius (1729-1803). Abingdon: Routledge 2011.

“Strategies for success or failure. An interpretation of the Cutlery industry during industrialization.”. Philippe Dillman, Lilian Perez and Catherine Verna (ed), L´Acier en Europe avant Bessemer. CNRS- Université Toulouse-Le Miral 2011.

“Freedom and Trade: From Corporate Freedom and Jealousy of Trade to Natural Liberty”. Keio Economic Studies, vol XLIX (2013).

“Business History and the History of Work- a contested relationship. Business History,vol 56, no 1 (2014).

“Sweden. The Reluctant European”. Thomas Lundén (ed), Sweden-Serbia and Europe. Kungliga Vitterhets, historie och antikvitetsakademien: konferenser 85 (2014).

“Envy and Emulation”. Kristian Gerner (ed), The Swedish and Dutch for each other. Svenska Ambassaden i Holland 2014.

“Is Mercantilism a Useful Concept Stil?” Moritz Isenmann (hg), Merkantilismus. Wiederaufnahme einer Debatte”. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2014.

“Sweden”. Vincent Barnett (ed), Routledge Handbook of the History of Global Economic Thought”. Abingdon: Routledge 2014.

“Was Cameralism really the German version of Mercantilism?”. In Philipp R. Rössner (ed), Economc Growth and the Origins of Modern Political Economy- Economic reasons of State, 1500-2000.Abingdon. Routledge 2016.

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