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Table of contents [PDF]

 

Articles:

 

Interdependent preferences and policy stances

in mainstream economics [PDF]

François Claveau

 

The history of transaction cost economics and its

recent developments [PDF]

Lukasz Hardt

 

Tilting at imaginary windmills: a comment on Tyfield [PDF]

Yann Giraud and E. Roy Weintraub

 

Raging at imaginary Don-Quixotes:

a reply to Giraud and Weintraub [PDF]

David Tyfield

 

The booming economics-made-fun genre:

more than having fun, but less than economics imperialism [PDF]

Jack J. Vromen

 

Special contribution:

 

Cambridge social ontology:

an interview with Tony Lawson [PDF]

 

Book reviews:

 

Review of Emrah Aydinonat’s The invisible hand in economics:

how economists explain unintended social consequences [PDF]

Mark Blaug

 

Review of David Raphael’s The impartial spectator:

Adam Smith’s moral philosophy [PDF]

Neven Leddy

 

Review of Bart Engelen’s Rationality and institutions:

on the normative implications of rational choice theory [PDF]

Shaun P. Hargreaves Heap

 

Review of Valeria Mosini’s Equilibrium in economics:

scope and limits [PDF]

Douglas W. MacKenzie

 

Review of Benjamin Balak’s McCloskey’s rhetoric:

discourse ethics in economics [PDF]

Daniel Vargas-Gómez

 

Recent PhD thesis summaries:

 

The political economy of urban reconstruction,

development, and planning [PDF]

Emily C. Schaeffer

 

The market’s place in the provision of goods [PDF]

Rutger Claassen

 

Democracy-as-fairness: justice, equal chances and lotteries [PDF]

Ben Saunders

 

The use of knowledge in comparative economics [PDF]

Adam G. Martin

 

Kahneman and Tversky and the making of behavioral economics [PDF]

Floris Heukelom

 

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