The latest issue of the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (Vol. 7/1) has been published in May (online as usual). You can find herein the table of contents:
Daniel F. Hartner, “From desire to subjective value: what neuroeconomics reveals about naturalism“,
Ian Wright, “A category-mistake in the classical labour theory of value”,
Richard Sobel & Nicolas Postel, “Conceptualising the labour-money connection: a critical re-examination of Benetti and Cartelier’s Marchands, salariat et capitalistes“,
In pursuit of the rarest of birds: an interview with Gilbert Faccarello
Don Ross, “Review of Carsten Herrmann-Pillath’s Foundations of economic evolution: a treatise on the natural philosophy of economics“,
Michael Schefczyk, “Review of Huei-chun Su’s Economic justice and liberty: the social philosophy in John Stuart Mill’s utilitarianism“,
Agnieszka Wincewicz-Price, “Review of Robert Leeson’s Hayek: a collaborative biography: part 1 Influences, from Mises to Bartley“,
Thomas R. Wells, “Review of Michael Sandel’s: What money can’t buy: the moral limits of markets“,
Ivan Boldyrev, “Review of Sonya Marie Scott’s: Architectures of economic subjectivity: the philosophical foundations of the subject in the history of economic thought “.
Recent PhD thesis summaries:
Erwin Dekker, “The Viennese students of civilization: humility, culture and economics in interwar Vienna and beyond“,
Petr Špecián, “Phenomenology and economics“.
Further information on this issue of the Erasmus journal for Philosophy and Economics: http://ejpe.org/