When we settled to think about the international conference to be held in memory of Fausto Vicarelli, on the tenth anniversary of his death, those of us who had been entrusted with the organization of the conference had no hesitation in suggesting a ‘general title’ which would recall what Vicarelli saw as the two main aims of our professional work: first, an economic theory which would be strictly useful in the interpretation of reality, in particular that of capitalist economies, and second the economist’s commitment to social justice.
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