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Volume 22, issue 3, 2015

The future of the philosophy of economics: papers from the XI. INEM Conference at Erasmus University Rotterdam pp. 261-263 Downloads
Constanze Binder, Conrad Heilmann and Jack Vromen
Policy-making in developing countries: from prediction to planning pp. 264-279 Downloads
Attilia Ruzzene
Can an evidential account justify relying on preferences for well-being policy? pp. 280-291 Downloads
Gil Hersch
Representation theorems and the semantics of decision-theoretic concepts pp. 292-311 Downloads
Mikaël Cozic and Brian Hill
Rationality and the Bayesian paradigm pp. 312-334 Downloads
Itzhak Gilboa
On the meaning of non-welfarism in Kolm's ELIE model of income redistribution pp. 335-353 Downloads
Jean-Sébastien Gharbi and Yves Meinard
Rethinking the ethics of incentives pp. 354-372 Downloads
Ruth W. Grant
Two approaches to reasoning from evidence or what econometrics can learn from biomedical research pp. 373-390 Downloads
Julian Reiss
Expertise and institutional design in economic committees pp. 391-409 Downloads
Carlo Martini

Volume 22, issue 2, 2015

What are stylized facts? pp. 143-156 Downloads
Leticia Arroyo Abad and Kareem Khalifa
Making sense of economists' positive-normative distinction pp. 157-170 Downloads
David Colander and Huei-Chun Su
Revisiting Haavelmo's structural econometrics: bridging the gap between theory and data pp. 171-196 Downloads
Aris Spanos
Structured causal pluralism in poverty analysis pp. 197-214 Downloads
Paul Shaffer
Slaves of the defunct: the epistemic intractability of the Hayek-Keynes debate pp. 215-234 Downloads
Scott Scheall
The world in the model: how economists work and think, by Mary S. Morgan, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012, 435 pp. A world of models: review of Mary S. Morgan, The world in the model: how economists work and think pp. 235-240 Downloads
Itzhak Gilboa
Much ado about models pp. 241-246 Downloads
Daniel M. Hausman
How economists work and think pp. 247-248 Downloads
Erik Angner
Economic models as exploration devices pp. 249-253 Downloads
Liliana Doganova
Moving forward on models pp. 254-258 Downloads
Mary S. Morgan

Volume 22, issue 1, 2015

Simulation, computation and dynamics in economics pp. 1-27 Downloads
K. Vela Velupillai and Stefano Zambelli
A Kuhnian perspective on asset pricing theory pp. 28-45 Downloads
Nicholas Mangee
The challenge of empirically assessing the effects of constitutions pp. 46-76 Downloads
Vlad Tarko
From Edgeworth to econophysics: a methodological perspective pp. 77-95 Downloads
Stavros Drakopoulos and Ioannis Katselidis
Old lady charm: explaining the persistent appeal of Chicago antitrust pp. 96-122 Downloads
Nicola Giocoli
Philosophy of economics pp. 123-128 Downloads
Michiru Nagatsu
A cooperative species: human reciprocity and its evolution pp. 128-134 Downloads
Till Grüne-Yanoff
Finding Equilibrium: Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the problem of scientific credit pp. 134-139 Downloads
Camila Orozco Espinel

Volume 21, issue 4, 2014

Introduction: methodologies of bounded rationality pp. 325-342 Downloads
Till Grüne-Yanoff, Caterina Marchionni and Ivan Moscati
Welfare economics and bounded rationality: the case for model-based approaches pp. 343-360 Downloads
Paola Manzini and Marco Mariotti
Bounded rationality: the two cultures pp. 361-374 Downloads
Konstantinos V. Katsikopoulos
The consistency and ecological rationality approaches to normative bounded rationality pp. 375-395 Downloads
Nathan Berg
Normative ecological rationality: normative rationality in the fast-and-frugal-heuristics research program pp. 396-410 Downloads
D. Wade Hands
Psychological versus economic models of bounded rationality pp. 411-427 Downloads
Don Ross

Volume 21, issue 3, 2014

The power of stereotyping and confirmation bias to overwhelm accurate assessment: the case of economics, gender, and risk aversion pp. 211-231 Downloads
Julie A. Nelson
A probabilistic ghost in the experimental machine pp. 232-250 Downloads
Dorian Jullien and Nicolas Vallois
Conventionalism, coordination, and mental models: from Poincaré to Simon pp. 251-272 Downloads
Rouslan Koumakhov
Normative and positive theories of public finance: contrasting Musgrave and Buchanan pp. 273-289 Downloads
Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay
Frank Knight's 'categories' and the definition of economics pp. 290-307 Downloads
John Hart
The foundations of economic complexity in behavioral rationality and heterogeneous expectations pp. 308-312 Downloads
J. Barkley Rosser
Rethinking rational expectations in complex economic systems: Cars Hommes' resurrection of Poincaré's view pp. 313-316 Downloads
Alan Kirman
A reply to Rosser and Kirman pp. 317-321 Downloads
Cars Hommes

Volume 21, issue 2, 2014

To stylize or not to stylize, is it a fact then? Clarifying the role of stylized facts in empirical model evaluation pp. 107-124 Downloads
Stefan Mendritzki
Epistemological foundations for the assessment of risks in banking and finance pp. 125-138 Downloads
Guillaume Vuillemey
Logic, rationality and knowledge in Ramsey's thought: reassessing 'human logic' pp. 139-157 Downloads
Marion Gaspard
'Economic imperialism' in health care resource allocation - how can equity considerations be incorporated into economic evaluation? pp. 158-174 Downloads
Andrea Klonschinski
The economic debate on power: a Marxist critique pp. 175-192 Downloads
Giulio Palermo
Theory of conditional games pp. 193-198 Downloads
Don Ross
Philosophy of economics: a contemporary introduction pp. 198-202 Downloads
María Jiménez-Buedo
Theoretical and practical reason in economics: capacities and capabilities pp. 202-207 Downloads
Thomas R. Wells

Volume 21, issue 1, 2014

Introduction to the special issue: papers from the IX INEM Conference in Helsinki pp. 1-2 Downloads
Aki Lehtinen, Uskali Mäki and Caterina Marchionni
Why macroeconomics does not supervene on microeconomics pp. 3-18 Downloads
Brian Epstein
Understanding with theoretical models pp. 19-36 Downloads
Petri Ylikoski and N. Emrah Aydinonat
A non-monotonic intensional framework for framing effects pp. 37-53 Downloads
Silvia Lerner
Causal models and evidential pluralism in econometrics pp. 54-76 Downloads
Alessio Moneta and Federica Russo
The role of experts in the methodology of economics pp. 77-91 Downloads
Carlo Martini
Mainstreaming Behavioral Economics pp. 92-95 Downloads
Floris Heukelom
Philosophy of economics [Handbook of the philosophy of science, vol. 13] pp. 96-98 Downloads
David Teira
Philosophy of economics for real pp. 98-103 Downloads
Stefan Mendritzki
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