<<< Volume 7, Issue 2, Autumn 2014 >>>

Table of contents [PDF]

 

Articles:

 

Ricardo’s discursive demarcations:

a Foucauldian study of the formation of the

economy as an object of knowledge [PDF]

Guus Dix

 

The Vienna circles:

cultivating economic knowledge outside academia [PDF]

Erwin Dekker

 

Challenging the majority rule in matters of truth [PDF]

Bernd Lahno

 

Special contributions:

 

Measured, unmeasured, mismeasured, and

unjustified pessimism: a review essay of Thomas Piketty’s

Capital in the twenty-first century [PDF]

Deirdre Nansen McCloskey

 

Rational choice as a toolbox for the economist:

an interview with Itzhak Gilboa [PDF]

 

Book reviews:

 

Review of Don Ross’

Philosophy of economics [PDF]

John Davis

 

Review of Lisa Herzog’s Inventing the market:

Smith, Hegel, and political theory [PDF]

Norbert Waszek

 

Review of Ricardo Crespo’s

A re-assessment of Aristotle’s economic thought and

Philosophy of the economy: an Aristotelian approach [PDF]

Spencer J. Pack

 

Review of Jack Russel Weinstein’s

Adam Smith’s pluralism:

rationality, education, and the moral sentiments [PDF]

Craig Smith

 

Review of Cyril Hédoin’s

L’Institutionnalisme historique et la relation

entre théorie et histoire en économie [PDF]

Laure Bazzoli

 

Recent PhD thesis summaries:

 

The J-PAL’s experimental approach in development economics:

an epistemological turn? [PDF]

Judith Favereau

 

Learning from ignorance: agnotology’s challenge

to philosophy of science [PDF]

Manuela Fernández Pinto

 

Governing by carrot and stick: a genealogy of the incentive [PDF]

Guus Dix


 

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