Francesco Boldizzoni (born in 1979) is an Italian academic and historian. He is a research professor of economic history at the University of Turin and a member of Clare Hall, Cambridge. Boldizzoni is primarily a historian of capitalism. He has developed an intellectual framework that emphasizes the relevance of the history of ideas and concepts to the understanding of the modern economy. He has advocated an anti-positivist approach to social science history, which draws on historicism, post-structuralism, cultural interpretation, and critical theory. He is currently best known for his critique of neoliberal economic history, The Poverty of Clio.

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  • Francesco Boldizzoni (born in 1979) is an Italian academic and historian. He is a research professor of economic history at the University of Turin and a member of Clare Hall, Cambridge. Boldizzoni is primarily a historian of capitalism. He has developed an intellectual framework that emphasizes the relevance of the history of ideas and concepts to the understanding of the modern economy. He has advocated an anti-positivist approach to social science history, which draws on historicism, post-structuralism, cultural interpretation, and critical theory. He is currently best known for his critique of neoliberal economic history, The Poverty of Clio. (en)
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