Monthly Archives: February 2014

Journal: Economic Thought – History, Philosophy and, Methodology (Call for papers)

The journal Economic Thought – History, Philosophy and, Methodology launches a call for papers: “The editorial team of Economic Thought invites submissions in any area of philosophy, methodology or the history of economic thought. We encourage all members of the World … Continue reading

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Article: Mark R. Reiff, “How to pay for public education?” (Theory and Research in Education)

A new article was recently published by the journal Theory and Research in Education: Mark R. Reiff, “How to pay for public education?” (TRE, 2014, Vol. XX(X), pages 1-49). Abstract: For years now, public education, and especially public higher education, … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Antoinette Baujard, “Utilitarianism and anti-utilitarianism”

Antoinette Baujard (GATE L-SE, Université de Lyon, France) has recently published online a working paper entitled “Utilitarianism and anti-utilitarianism“. Abstract: This paper presents the di erent utilitarian approaches to ethics. It stresses the influence of utilitarianism in economics in general and … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Antoinette Baujard, “Welfare Economics”

Antoinette Baujard (GATE L-SE, Université de Lyon, France) has recently published online a working paper entitled “Welfare Economics“. Forthcoming in Gilbert Faccarello and Heinz Kurz Eds. Handbook of the History of Economic Analysis, Vol.3: Developments in Major Fields of Economics. Edward … Continue reading

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Master program: “Philosophy, Politics, and Economics” (MA-PPE), Witten/Herdecke University (Germany)

We inaugurate today a new section on the site (entitled “Master Programs”) aiming at presenting the European Master programs in economics and philosophy. We hesitated at length before launching this new section because we knew that it will not be possible … Continue reading

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Book: Fabien Tarrit, Le marxisme analytique (Editions Syllepse, 2014)

Fabien Tarrit (Université de Reims-Champagne Ardenne, France) has recently published a book entitled Le marxisme analytique : Une introduction critique (Editions Syllepse, 2014, 142 pages). Abstract: Classiquement, les traditions universitaires anglo-saxonnes – la philosophie analytique associée au positivisme logique – ont … Continue reading

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PhD thesis defence: Judith Favereau, February 14th, 2014

On February 14th, Judith Favereau (CES, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) has publicly defended her PhD thesis entitled J-PAL’s Experimental Approach in Development Economics : an Epistemological Shift? (in French) in Paris (France) Comitee: Prof. Jean-Louis Arcand, Graduate Institue, Geneva Prof. Annie L. … Continue reading

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Working paper: Franz Dietrich & Christian List, “Reason-Based Rationalization”

Franz Dietrich (CNRS; University of East Anglia) & Christian List (London School of Economics) have recently published online a working paper entitled “Reason-Based Rationalization“. Abstract: We introduce a “reason-based” way of rationalizing an agent’s choice behaviour, which explains choices by … Continue reading

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Working Paper: John Davis, “Neuroeconomics and Identity”

John B. Davis (Marquette University; University of Amsterdam; Tinbergen Institute) has recently published online a working paper entitled “Neuroeconomics and Identity“. Abstract: This short paper discusses majority and minority views in economics regarding the value of neuroscience for economics – … Continue reading

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Working Paper: John Davis, “Social Capital and Social Identity: Trust and Conflict”

John B. Davis (Marquette University; University of Amsterdam; Tinbergen Institute) has recently published online a working paper entitled “Social Capital and Social Identity: Trust and Conflict“. Forthcoming in A. Christoforou & J. Davis (eds), Social Capital and Economics: Social Values, Power, … Continue reading

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