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The Journal of Philosophical Economics

2007 - 2017

Current editor(s): Valentin Cojanu

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Volume 2, issue 2, 2009

Economics and religion – a personalist perspective pp. 5-33 Downloads
Petre Comsa and Costea Munteanu
Six choice metaphors and their social implications pp. 34-77 Downloads
Frederic B. Jennings
The inheritance of heterodox economic thought: an examination of history of economic thought textbooks pp. 78-98 Downloads
Mary Wrenn
The epistemology of modern finance pp. 99-120 Downloads
Xavier De Scheemaekere
A review of Stephen T. Ziliak and Deirdre N. McCloskey, The Cult of Statistical Significance. How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2008, 320 pages pp. 121-124 Downloads
Tamás Dusek
A review of Peter Söderbaum, Understanding Sustainability Economics. Towards Pluralism in Economics, London, Sterling/VA: earthscan, 2008, 158 pages pp. 125-127 Downloads
Karl Georg Zinn
A review of Ralph Harris in His Own Words, the Selected Writings of Lord Harris, Edited by Colin Robinson, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar and the Institute of Economic Affairs, 2008, 343 pages pp. 128-133 Downloads
Valentin Cojanu
Commentary on Teaching Economics with Podcasts, Literature and Movies pp. 134-136 Downloads
James Moulder

Volume 2, issue 1, 2008

Incentives and reflective equilibrium in distributive justice debates pp. 5-19 Downloads
Julian Lamont
The knowledge economy/society: the latest example of “Measurement without theory”? pp. 20-54 Downloads
Les Oxley, Paul Walker, David Thorns and Hong Wang
Methodology and the practice of economists – a philosophical approach pp. 55-75 Downloads
Bjørn-Ivar Davidsen
„Social embeddedness”: how new economic sociology goes into the offensive and meets the own roots pp. 76-114 Downloads
Dieter Bögenhold
Not anything goes: a case for a restricted pluralism pp. 115-136 Downloads
Gustavo Marqués and Diego Weisman
Book review: Gilles Dostaler, Keynes and his battles, Edgar Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA, 2007, 384 pages pp. 137-141 Downloads
Mircea T. Maniu
Book review: Cristina Neesham, Human and social progress: projects and perspectives, VDM Verlag, Saarbrücken, 2008, 220 pages pp. 142-146 Downloads
James Moulder
Book review: Akop P. Nazaretyan, Anthropology of violence and culture of self-organization. Essays in evolutionary historical psychology, 2nd edition, Moscow, URSS, 2008, 256 pages (in Russian) pp. 147-152 Downloads
Andrey Korotayev

Volume 1, issue 2, 2008

Pluralism and Heterodoxy: Introduction to the Special Issue pp. 5-25 Downloads
Andrew Mearman
Methodological Monism in Economics pp. 26-50 Downloads
Tamás Dusek
Pluralism versus Heterodoxy in Economics and the Social Sciences pp. 51-72 Downloads
Randall Holcombe
Plurality in Orthodox and Heterodox Economics pp. 73-96 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Classifying Heterodoxy pp. 97-126 Downloads
Rick Szostak
From Fragmentation to Ontologically Reflexive Pluralism pp. 127-150 Downloads
Vinca Bigo and Ioana Negru
Dialectics and the Austrian School: A Surprising Commonality in the Methodology of Heterodox Economics? pp. 151-173 Downloads
Andy Denis

Volume 1, issue 1, 2007

Editorial Introduction pp. 5-8 Downloads
Valentin Cojanu
Economics, the Structures of Knowledge, and the Quest for a More Substantively Rational World pp. 9-22 Downloads
Richard E. Lee
European Historical Economics and Globalisation pp. 23-53 Downloads
James Foreman-Peck
On Ethics and the Economics of Development pp. 54-73 Downloads
Mozaffar Qizilbash
Globalisation, the state and economic justice pp. 74-94 Downloads
Mark Beeson
From a ‘Moral Philosopher’ to a ‘Poor’ Economist pp. 95-118 Downloads
Soumitra Sharma
Developmental Freedom and Social Order: Rethinking the Relation between Work and Equality pp. 119-160 Downloads
Louise Haagh
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