The latest issue of the Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (Vol. 8/1) has been published last Spring (online as usual). The table of content is available below:
Lars Lindblom, “Equality of resources, risk, and the ideal market“,
Jack Anderson, “Resolving the small improvement argument: a defense of the axiom of completeness“,
Scott Scheall, “Lesser degrees of explanation: further implications of F. A. Hayek’s methodology of sciences of complex phenomena“,
D. Wade Hands, “Orthodox and heterodox economics in recent economic methodology”
“Learning from the right neighbour“: an interview with Jack Vromen
Don Ross, “Review of Carsten Herrmann-Pillath and Ivan Boldyrev’s Hegel, institutions and economics: performing the social“,
Philip Mirowski, “Review of Alessandro Lanteri and Jack Vromen’s The economics of economists: institutional setting, individual incentives, and future prospects“,
S. Abu Turab Rizvi, “Review of Till Düppe and E. Roy Weintraub’s Finding equilibrium: Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the problem of scientific credit“,
Carson Young, “Review of Joseph Heath’s Morality, competition, and the firm: the market failures approach to business ethics“.
Recent PhD thesis summaries:
Attilia Ruzzene, “Using case studies in the social sciences: methods, inferences, purposes”
Richard Stomper, “The role of negotiations in achieving Pareto optimality in multi-dimensional cooperation games: implications for the ethical conduct of business“,
Nicolas Brisset, “The performativity of economics: a conventionalist approach“,
Georgios Papadopoulos, “The ontology of money: institutions, power and collective intentionality“.
Further information on this issue of the Erasmus journal for Philosophy and Economics: http://ejpe.org/