Monthly Archives: September 2014

Journal: Economics & Philosophy, vol. 30/3 (November 2014)

The latest issue of Economics and Philosophy has been published in July. The table of content is available below (Vol. 30/3): Articles: John A. Weymark, “An Introduction to Allan Gibbard’s Harvard Seminar Paper“, Allan F. Gibbard, “Social Choice and the … Continue reading

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Article: Mickaël Cozick, “La méthodologie économique du déductivisme millien au néo-positivisme” (Revue d’économie politique)

An article has recently been published by the Revue d’économie politique: Mickaël Cozick, “La méthodologie économique du déductivisme millien au néo-positivisme [Economic Methodology, from millian deductivism to neo-positivism]” (REP, vol. 124/1, pp. 23 – 73). Abstract: The aim of this paper … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Marek Hudík , ” ‘Mises and Hayek Mathematized’: Towards Mathematical Austrian Economics”

Marek Hudík has recently published online a working paper entitled “‘Mises and Hayek Mathematized’: Towards Mathematical Austrian Economics“. Abstract: The paper argues that the communication gap between Austrian economics and the rest of the profession could be narrowed if only the … Continue reading

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Working Paper: John Davis, “Bounded Rationality and Bounded Individuality”

John Davis has recently published online a working paper entitled “Bounded Rationality and Bounded Individuality” (Forthcoming in Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology) . Abstract: This paper argues that since the utility function conception of the individual is … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Brett M. Frischmann & Alain Marciano, “Understanding the Problem of Social Cost”

Brett M. Frischmann & Alain Marciano has recently published online a working paper entitled “Understanding the Problem of Social Cost“. Abstract: Coase always expressed dissatisfaction with neo-classical economics and advocated for a new approach. Rather than using toy mathematical models built … Continue reading

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Seminar: Romain Felli, September 30th, 2014, CWP (Lausanne, Switzerland)

On September 30th, Romain Felli (University of Geneva) is invited in the Séminaire “Histoire des idées et philosophie économiques” organised by Centre Interdisciplinaire Walras-Pareto (from 17h15 to 19h00, Internef UNIL – Dorigny – 401, University of Lausanne). The title of his … Continue reading

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Article: Feriel Kandil, “La justice est aveugle, Rawls, Harsanyi et le voile d’ignorance” (Revue économique)

An article has recently been published by the Revue économique: Feriel Kandil, “La justice est aveugle, Rawls, Harsanyi et le voile d’ignorance [The blindness of justice. Rawls, Harsanyi and the veil of ignorance]” (RE, vol. 65/1, pp. 97-124). Abstract: The paper shows … Continue reading

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Seminar: Manuela Fernández Pinto, September 22nd, 2014, TINT (Helsinki, Finland)

On September 22nd, Manuela Fernández Pinto (Unversity of Helsinki) will present one of her works in the Research seminar of TINT (from 2.00 to 4.00 pm, University of Helsinki, Main Building, room 4). The title of her presentation will be “Economics Imperialism in … Continue reading

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Book: Eric Maskin & Amartya Sen (eds), “The Arrow Impossibility Theorem” (Columbia University Press, 2014)

Eric Maskin & Amartya Sen have recently edited a collective book entitled The Arrow Impossibility Theorem (Columbia University Press, 2014, 168 pages). Abstract: Kenneth J. Arrow’s pathbreaking “impossibility theorem” was a watershed innovation in the history of welfare economics, voting theory, … Continue reading

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Article: Itzhak Gilboa, Andrew Postlewaite, Larry Samuelson & David Schmeidler, “Economic Models as Analogies” (The Economic Journal)

An article has recently been published by the Economic Journal: Itzhak Gilboa, Andrew Postlewaite, Larry Samuelson & David Schmeidler, “Economic Models as Analogies” (EC, vol. 124/578 (August 2014), pp. F513-F533). Abstract: People often wonder why economists analyse models whose assumptions are … Continue reading

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