Editing economists papers

My contributions in the field of editing documents include actual editions and some commentaries on the editing process.

Actual editions:

The collected interwar papers and correspondence of Roy Harrod (Edward Elagr, 2003). 3 volumes: 1. Correspondence 1919-1935. 2. Correspondence, 1936-1939. 3. Essays and press items. Most of the contents, plus some bonus materials, are also available on the web.

R. F. Harrod and J. V. Robinson, "Correspondence on growth theory, 1965-70", History of Economics Review 44, Summer 2006, pp. 16-31.

"Inter-war Trade Cycle Theories in a Poem by James Meade", European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 6:2, Summer, pp. 297-300.

Commentaries on the editing process:

"Comparing editorial problems: The Harrod papers and the making of Haberler's Prosperity and Depression", in Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, 2009, vol. 27A, pp. 23-51. Modified French version as "Une analyse comparé des problèmes éditoriaux: Les Interwar papers and correspondence de Harrod et la préparation de Prosperity and depression de Haberler", Cahiers d'Economie Politique 57, 2009, pp. 225–260.

"A note on Textual editing: A Rejoinder to Young", Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 28:3, September 2006, pp. 375-81.

Outside economics:

Stemma codicum of Galileo Galilei’s Lettera a Cristina (with Ottavio Besomi, in Galileo Galilei, Lettera a Cristina di Lorena, ed. by Ottavio Besomi, Padua: Antenore, 2012).