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Article: Daniyal Khan, “Economics as a Science, Economics as a Vocation: A Weberian Examination of Robert Heilbroner’s Philosophy of Economics” (Economic Thought)

A new article was recently published by the online journal Economic Thought – History, Philosophy and, Methodology: Daniyal Khan, “Economics as a Science, Economics as a Vocation: A Weberian Examination of Robert Heilbroner’s Philosophy of Economics“, (Ec, 2014, vol. 3, … Continue reading

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Article: Alex Rosenberg,”From Rational Choice to Reflexivity: Learning from Sen, Keynes, Hayek, Soros, and most of all, from Darwin” (Economic Thought)

A new article was recently published by the online journal Economic Thought – History, Philosophy and, Methodology: Alex Rosenberg, “From Rational Choice to Reflexivity: Learning from Sen, Keynes, Hayek, Soros, and most of all, from Darwin“, (Ec, 2014, vol. 3, … Continue reading

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Article: Małgorzata Luc, “Placing the Idea of Sustainable Landscape in Ecophilosophy” (Problems of Sustainable Development)

A new article was recently first published online by the journal Problemy Ekorozwoju – Problems of Sustainable Development: Małgorzata Luc, “Placing the Idea of Sustainable Landscape in Ecophilosophy“, (PE-PoSD, 2014, vol. 9, n 1, 81-88). Abstract: The preamble to the … Continue reading

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Article: Geoffrey M. Hodgson, “What is Capital? Economists and Sociologists have changed its Meaning: Should it be Changed Back?” (Cambridge Journal of Economics)

A new article was recently first published online by the Cambridge Journal of Economics: Geoffrey M. Hodgson, “What is Capital? Economists and Sociologists have changed its Meaning: Should it be Changed Back?” (CJoE, 2014). Abstract: This article traces the historical usages … Continue reading

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Article: Martha A. Starr, “Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research in Economics: Surprising Growth, Promising Future” (Journal of Economic Surveys)

A new article was recently published by the Journal of Economic Surveys (April 2014): Martha A. Starr, “Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research in Economics: Surprising Growth, Promising Future” (JoES, 2014, Vol. 28/2, pp. 238-264). Abstract: Qualitative research in economics has traditionally been unimportant … Continue reading

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Article: Yves Meinard, Coq Sylvain & Schmid Bernhard, “A Constructivist Approach Toward a General Definition of Biodiversity” (Ethics, Policy & Environment)

A new article was recently published by the journal Ethics, Policy and Environment (March 2014): Yves Meinard, Coq Sylvain & Schmid Bernhard, “A Constructivist Approach Toward a General Definition of Biodiversity” (EPE, 2014, Vol. 17/1, pp. 88-104). Abstract: Biodiversity sciences witness … Continue reading

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Article: Richard V. Adkisson, “Quantifying Culture: Problems and Promises” (Journal of Economic Issues)

A new article was recently published by the Journal of Economic Issues (March 2014): Richard V. Adkisson, “Quantifying Culture: Problems and Promises” (JEI, 2014, Vol. 48/1, pp. 89-108). Abstract: Recently economists, even many in the mainstream, have come to acknowledge … Continue reading

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Article: Mohammed Ali Khan, “Representation, Language, and Theory: Georgescu-Roegen on Methods in Economic Science” (Journal of Economic Issues)

A new article was recently published by the Journal of Economic Issues (March 2014): Mohammed Ali Khan, “Representation, Language, and Theory: Georgescu-Roegen on Methods in Economic Science” (JEI, 2014, Vol. 48/1, pp. 49-88). Abstract: Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen was hostile to work … Continue reading

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Article: Manuel Wörsdörfer, “Individual versus Regulatory Ethics: An Economic-Ethical and Theoretical-Historical Analysis of German Neoliberalism” (Œconomia)

A new article was recently published by the journal Œconomia – History/Methodology/Philosophy (issue dated of December 2013): Manuel Wörsdörfer, “Individual versus Regulatory Ethics: An Economic-Ethical and Theoretical-Historical Analysis of German Neoliberalism” (Œconomia, 2013, Vol. 3/4, pp. 523 – 557). Abstract: … Continue reading

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Article: Vinca Bigo & Ioana Negru, “Mathematical modelling in the wake of the crisis: a blessing or a curse? What does the economics profession say?” (Cambridge Journal of Economics)

A new article was recently published by the Cambridge Journal of Economics: Vinca Bigo & Ioana Negru, “Mathematical modelling in the wake of the crisis: a blessing or a curse? What does the economics profession say?” (CJoE, 2014, Volume 38 … Continue reading

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