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Subseries 5. Writings and Teachings in Economics, 1930-1978

Scope and Content Notes:

Typescripts, manuscripts, course syllabi, discussion transcriptions, and correspondence primarily document de Finetti's contributions to the field of economics, his participations at various conferences, and his teaching activities. Discussion transcripts record debates between de Finetti, Valli, Ulisse Gobbi, Sergio Bruno, and Figà-Talamanca; and between Malinraud, Durbin, Zellner, Savage, and de Finetti. Among correspondents are Benedetto Barberi, Ugo Amaldi, Carlo Picotti, Francesco Paolo Cantelli, Manlio Udina, Gian Antonio Maggi, Giorgio Colombo, Carlo Fabrizi, Federico Chessa, Bruno Sicherl, Tullio Levi-Civita, Giulio Vivanti, and Giuseppe Guadagnini.


Box 9
Folder 1 "Fenomeni da studiare o problemi da risolvere:" Various Writings by de Finetti on Economics and Circulation of de Finetti's Il tragico sofisma, 1934-1945
Folder 2 Writings on Mathematics Applied To Economics, 1956
Folder 3 "Principi e metodi delle scelte economiche:" Talk by de Finetti at a URPT Conference (Unione regionale province Toscane) in Florence, on Principles of Economic Choices, 1969
Folder 4 "Ciclo Urbino 72", 1972-1973
Folder 5 CIME Utopia: De Finetti's lectures at CIME (Centro internazionale matematico estivo) between 1972 and 1977, 1971-1977
Folder 6 CIME Summer Sessions on Mathematical Economics, Econometrics, and Statistical Methods and Inference, 1965-1975
Folder 7 CIME Summer Classes: Various Notes and Correspondence, 1930, 1974-1978
Folder 8 Course on Operational Research at the Istituto superiore per la direzione aziendale, 1958
Folder 9 Università internazionale per gli studi sociali, Rome, 1958-1961
Folder 10 "Politica delle valute e assicurazioni:" Seminars sponsored by the IBM World Trade European Education Centre in Blaricum, Netherlands, and La Tour de Peilz, Switzerland, 1961-1963
Folder 11 Lecture by Guido Carli at the Istituto Superiore di Studi Economici "A. Olivetti", Ancona, 1972