The latest issue of the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (Vol. 6/2) has recently been published (online as usual). You can find herein the table of contents:
Huei-chun Su and David Colander, “A failure to communicate: the fact-value divide and the Putnam-Dasgupta debate“,
A. M. C. Waterman, “The relation between economics and theology in Caritas in Veritate“,
Kevin D. Hoover, “The role of hypothesis testing in the molding of econometric models“.
“The oeconomy of nature“: an interview with Margaret Schabas
Alex Abbandonato, “Review of Mark D. White’s The manipulation of choice: ethics and libertarian paternalism“,
Lawrence A. Boland, “Review of Uskali Mäki’s Philosophy of economics“,
Kevin D. Hoover, “Review of J. E. King’s The microfoundations delusion: metaphor and dogma in the history of macroeconomics“,
Georgios Papadopoulos, “Review of Shahzavar Karimzadi’s Money and its origins“,
Paul Dragos Aligica, “Review of Christopher Nobbs’s Economics, sustainability, and democracy: economics in the era of climate change“,
Johan Graafland, “Review of Tomáš Sedlácek’s Economics of good and evil: the quest for economic meaning from Gilgamesh to Wall Street“.
Recent PhD thesis summaries:
Catherine Herfeld, “The many faces of rational choice theory“,
François Claveau, “Causal reasoning in economics: a selective exploration of semantic, epistemic and dynamical aspects“,
François Allisson, “Value and prices in Russian economic thought (1890-1920)“.
Further information on this issue of the Erasmus journal for Philosophy and Economics: http://ejpe.org/