Monthly Archives: October 2014

Conference (Call for Papers): INEM Cape Town 2015 XII. Conference of the International Network for Economic Method, November 19th-22nd, 2015, RUBEN (Cape Town, South Africa)

The twelfth International Network for Economic Method (INEM) conference will be hosted by the Research Unit in Behavioural Economics and Neuroeconomics (RUBEN) in the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town from November 19th to 22nd, 2015. Keynote … Continue reading

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Journal: Revue de philosophie économique/Review of economic philosophy, Vol. 15/1 (June 2014)

The lastest issue of the Revue de philosophie économqiue/Review of economic philosophy, dated of June 2104, is just published. It is a special issue dedicated to “the entrepreneur facets, yesterday and today”. The table of content is available below (Vol. 15/1, … Continue reading

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Article: Philippe Mongin, “Le paradoxe d’Allais. Comment lui rendre sa signification perdue ?” (Revue économique)

An article has recently been published by the journal Revue économique : Philippe Mongin, “Le paradoxe d’Allais. Comment lui rendre sa signification perdue ? [Allais’s paradox: How to give it back its lost meaning?]” (RE, vol. 65/5, 2014, pp. 743-779). Abstract: … Continue reading

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Book: Gilles Campagnolo, Critique de l’économie politique classique. Marx, Menger et l’Ecole historique allemande (Matériologiques, 2014)

Gilles Campagnolo has recently published a second and expanded edition of his book entitled Critique de l’économie politique classique. Marx, Menger et l’Ecole historique allemande (Matériologiques, 2014, 536 pages). This second edition is the occasion to remind that the first … Continue reading

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Journal: Politics, Philosophy & Economics, vol. 13/4 (November 2014)

An issue of Politics, Philosophy & Economics has been published recently. It was a special issue dedicated to a symposium on climate change. The table of content is available below (Vol. 13/4): Articles: Thomas Christiano, “Introduction to symposium on climate change“, … Continue reading

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Seminar: Petri Ylikoski, November 6th, 2014, TINT (Helsinki, Finland)

On November 6th, Petri Ylikoski (Univeristy of Helsinki) will present one of his works in the Research seminar of TINT (from 2.00 to 4.00 pm, University of Helsinki, Main Building, room 4). The title of his presentation will be “Thinking … Continue reading

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Seminar: Martin van Hees, November 3rd, 2014, EIPE (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

On November 3rd, Martin van Hees (University of Groningen) is invited in the research seminar of the Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics (from 5.00 to 6.30 pm, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, Theil Building, C1-4). The title of his presentation will … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Andrew M. Yuengert, “The Space between Choice and Our Models of It: Practical Wisdom and Normative Economics”

Andrew M. Yuengert has recently published online a working paper entitled “The Space between Choice and Our Models of It: Practical Wisdom and Normative Economics“. Abstract: The gap between the economic theory of action and the practical reality of choice (analyzed … Continue reading

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Working Paper: K. Stuart Birks, “Rethinking Economics: From Analogies to the Real World”

K. Stuart Birks has recently published online a working paper entitled “Rethinking Economics: From Analogies to the Real World“. Abstract: This author’s version of a forthcoming SpringerBrief responds to the criticism that mainstream economics is currently facing due to its heavy reliance … Continue reading

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Working Paper: Steven G. Medema, “How Textbooks Create Knowledge and Meaning: The Case of the Coase Theorem in Intermediate Microeconomics”

Steven G. Medema has recently published online a working paper entitled “How Textbooks Create Knowledge and Meaning: The Case of the Coase Theorem in Intermediate Microeconomics“. Abstract: It is now a commonplace to include a discussion of the Coase theorem in … Continue reading

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