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The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology (Elgar Original Reference)
by:John B. Davis, D. Wade Hands
Economic methodology has traditionally been associated with logical positivism in the vein of Milton Friedman, Karl Popper, Imre Lakatos and Thomas Kuhn. However, the emergence and proliferation of new research programs in economics have stimulated many novel developments in economic methodology. This impressive Companion critically examines these...
Economic methodology has traditionally been associated with logical positivism in the vein of Milton Friedman, Karl Popper, Imre Lakatos and Thomas Kuhn. However, the emergence and proliferation of new research programs in economics have stimulated many novel developments in economic methodology. This impressive Companion critically examines these advances in methodological thinking, particularly those that are associated with the new research programs which challenge standard economic methodology.Bringing together a collection of leading contributors to this new methodological thinking, the authors explain how it differs from the past and point towards further concerns and future issues. The recent research programs explored include behavioral and experimental economics, neuroeconomics, new welfare theory, happiness and subjective well-being research, geographical economics, complexity and computational economics, agent-based modeling, evolutionary thinking, macroeconomics and Keynesianism after the crisis, and new thinking about the status of the economics profession and the role of the media in economics.This important compendium will prove invaluable for researchers and postgraduate students of economic methodology and the philosophy of economics. Practitioners in the vanguard of new economic thinking will also find plenty of useful information in this path-breaking book.Contributors: A. Alexandrova, E. Angner, R.E. Backhouse, B.W. Bateman, P.L. Borrill, L. Bruni, D. Colander, J.B. Davis, K. Dopfer, P. Garcia Duarte, D.W. Hands, D.M. Haybron, F. Heukelom, G.M. Hodgson, K. Juselius, U. Mäki, C. Marchionni, T. Mata, P. Mirowski, P.L. Porta, D. Ross, A.C. Santos, L. Tesfatsion, P. Tubaro, K. Vela Velupillai, J. Vromen, L.R. Wray, S. Zambelli
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