The latest issue of the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (Vol. 6/1) has recently been published (online as usual). You can find herein the table of contents:
Cyril Hédoin, “Collective intentionality in economics: making Searle’s theory of institutional facts relevant for game theory”,
Germán D. Feldman, “Early marginalist ideas on money: some neglected exceptions to the quantity theory”,
Luca J. Uberti, “By “fancy or agreement”: Locke’s theory of money and the justice of the global monetary system”,
Richard Bronk, “Hayek on the wisdom of prices: a reassessment”.
Robert Sugden, “Mary S. Morgan, The world in the model: how economists work and think“,
Harold Kincaid, “Julian Reiss, Philosophy of economics: a contemporary introduction“,
Jonathan B. Wight, “Wilfred Beckerman, Economics as applied ethics: value judgements in welfare economics“,
Ricardo F. Crespo, “Andrew M. Yuengert, Approximating prudence: Aristotelian practical wisdom and economic models of choice“,
Betsy Jane Clary, “James Halteman and Edd S. Noell, Reckoning with markets: moral reflection in economics“,
Till Düppe, “Ryan Walter, A critical history of the economy: on the birth of the national and international economies“,
Wiljan van den Berge, “Samir Okasha and Ken Binmore, Evolution and rationality: decisions, co-operation, and strategic behaviour”,
Juliana Bidadanure, “Axel Gosseries and Yannick Vanderborght, Arguing about justice: essays for Philippe Van Parijs“.
Recent PhD thesis summaries:
Masahiro Mikami, “Evolutionary foundations of Coasean economics: transforming new institutional economics into evolutionary economics“,
Stijn Neuteleers, “Beyond green and mainstream: on the normative foundations of environmental policy”.
Further information on this issue of the Erasmus journal for Philosophy and Economics: http://ejpe.org/