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Journal of Economic Methodology

1994 - 2015

Current editor(s): John Davis and D Wade Hands

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Volume 9, issue 3, 2001

Introduction pp. 265-273 Downloads
Esther-Mirjam Sent and Arjo Klamer
The new dissemination of knowledge: digital libraries and institutional roles in scholarly publishing pp. 275-288 Downloads
John MacKenzie Owen
Attention and the art of scientific publishing pp. 289-315 Downloads
Arjo Klamer and Hendrik van Dalen
The Faustian grip of academic publishing pp. 317-335 Downloads
Robert Parks
Pricing the serials library: in defence of a market economy pp. 337-357 Downloads
Henk Plasmeijer
A conversation with Terence Hutchison pp. 359-377 Downloads
John Hart

Volume 9, issue 2, 2001

Still dead after all these years: interpreting the failure of general equilibrium theory pp. 119-139 Downloads
Frank Ackerman
Reflection on rules in science: an invisible-hand perspective pp. 141-168 Downloads
Thomas Leonard
Functional explanation in economics: a qualified defence pp. 169-189 Downloads
William Jackson
Building and using economic models: a case study analysis of the IS-LL model pp. 191-212 Downloads
Thomas Dohmen
The role of grounded theory in developing economic theory pp. 213-234 Downloads
John Finch

Volume 9, issue 1, 2001

The ramifications of John Searle's social philosophy in economics pp. 1-10 Downloads
Stephan Boehm
Filling in the Background pp. 11-30 Downloads
Jochen Runde
The human agent in behavioural finance: a Searlean perspective pp. 31-52 Downloads
Philip Faulkner
From the philosophy of mind to the philosophy of the market pp. 53-64 Downloads
Peter Boettke and J. Robert Subrick
Searle's Background: comments on Runde and Faulkner pp. 65-80 Downloads
Alex Viskovatoff
Comment on Boettke and Subrick and Faulkner pp. 81-86 Downloads
Steven Horwitz

Volume 8, issue 3, 2001

Models, stories and the economic world pp. 361-384 Downloads
Mary Morgan
Discovered preferences and the experimental evidence of violations of expected utility theory pp. 385-414 Downloads
Robin Cubitt, Chris Starmer and Robert Sugden
Observations on the practice of data-mining: comments on the JEM symposium pp. 415-419 Downloads
Steven Cook
How science proceeds: the role of assumptions in the explanation of phenomena pp. 420-422 Downloads
Timothy Roth

Volume 8, issue 2, 2001

Introduction pp. 167-167 Downloads
Kevin Hoover
Successes and failures in the transformation of economics pp. 169-201 Downloads
Richard Lipsey
The use of intentional language in scientific articles in finance pp. 203-228 Downloads
Gisele Chevalier and Richard Hudson
Are rival theories of smoking underdetermined? pp. 229-251 Downloads
Robert Goldfarb, Thomas Leonard and Steven Suranovic
The role of ideology in disagreements among economists: a quantitative analysis pp. 253-273 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Economic models as mini-theories pp. 275-285 Downloads
Steven Rappaport
Natural economic quantities and their measurement pp. 287-311 Downloads
Julian Reiss
Rationality as optimal choice versus rationality as valid inference pp. 313-337 Downloads
Alex Viskovatoff

Volume 8, issue 1, 2002

Towards a useful methodology discipline pp. 3-10 Downloads
Lawrence Boland
Ceteris paribus conditions: materiality and the application of economic theories pp. 11-26 Downloads
Marcel Boumans and Mary Morgan
Game theory, mathematics, and economics pp. 27-32 Downloads
James Buchanan
Methodology in a pluralist environment pp. 33-40 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Why economists disregard economic methodology pp. 41-47 Downloads
Bruno Frey
Economic methodology is dead - long live economic methodology: thirteen theses on the new economic methodology pp. 49-63 Downloads
D. Wade Hands
A new era for economic methodology pp. 65-68 Downloads
Daniel Hausman
Making sense of economists: from falsification to rhetoric and beyond pp. 69-75 Downloads
Arjo Klamer
Improving communication in economics: a task for methodologists pp. 77-84 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Methodological issues in new institutional economics pp. 85-92 Downloads
Claude Menard
Economic methodology and feminist critiques pp. 93-97 Downloads
Julie Nelson
Deduction and the practice of economics: the necessity of a sense of limits pp. 99-104 Downloads
Warren Samuels
Patterns of rationality and the varieties of inference pp. 105-110 Downloads
Roberto Scazzieri
A native informant speaks pp. 111-112 Downloads
Robert Solow
The evolutionary turn in game theory pp. 113-130 Downloads
Robert Sugden
What I've learned about writing economics pp. 131-134 Downloads
Hal Varian
Where is economic methodology going? pp. 135-138 Downloads
Jesus P. Zamora Bonilla

Volume 7, issue 3, 2001

Theoretical isolation in contract theory: suppressing margins and entrepreneurship pp. 313-339 Downloads
Kirsten Foss and Nicolai Foss
Disciplined stories in the governance of the New Institutional Economics pp. 341-371 Downloads
Keith Acheson
Classical Utilitarianism and the methodology of determinate choice, in economics and in ethics pp. 373-394 Downloads
Tom Warke
Should we abandon optimization theory? The need for bounded rationality pp. 395-426 Downloads
Frederic Laville
Martin Hollis: philosopher of social science pp. 427-445 Downloads
Robert Sugden

Volume 7, issue 2, 2001

Introduction: is data mining a methodological problem? pp. 171-181 Downloads
Roger Backhouse and Mary Morgan
Data mining: a reconsideration pp. 183-194 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Three attitudes towards data mining pp. 195-210 Downloads
Kevin Hoover and Stephen Perez
Data mining and the econometrics industry: comments on the papers of Mayer and of Hoover and Perez pp. 211-216 Downloads
Adrian Pagan and Michael Veall
I am not, nor have I ever been a member of a data-mining discipline pp. 217-230 Downloads
Clinton Greene
Revisiting data mining: 'hunting' with or without a license pp. 231-264 Downloads
Aris Spanos
Data mining and the selection of instruments pp. 265-277 Downloads
Alastair Hall and Fernanda Peixe

Volume 7, issue 1, 2001

Credible worlds: the status of theoretical models in economics pp. 1-31 Downloads
Robert Sugden
Rational choice, functional selection and empty black boxes pp. 33-57 Downloads
Philip Pettit
The logic of normative falsification: rationality and experiments in decision theory pp. 59-93 Downloads
Francesco Guala
Methodology now! pp. 95-108 Downloads
Shaun Hargreaves Heap
Reclaiming relevant realism pp. 109-125 Downloads
Uskali Maki
Realist philosophy and methodology of economics: what is it? pp. 127-133 Downloads
Daniel Hausman
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