The Popperian Legacy in Economics
Edited by Neil de Marchi
in Cambridge Books from Cambridge University Press, currently edited by Neil de Marchi
This volume examines just why and in what sense, Sir Karl Popper's view of empirical falsifiability as the distinguishing characteristic of science has found appeal among economists. The limitations of this tenet, both for a philosophy of science and as a guideline to economic inquiry, are examined, as are several of the proposed alternatives.
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