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Journal of Bioeconomics

2000 - 2017

Current editor(s): Ulrich Witt, Michael T. Ghiselin and David Sloan Wilson

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Volume 19, issue 3, 2017

Twin-killing in some traditional societies: an economic perspective pp. 261-279 Downloads
Andrés Marroquín and Colleen Haight
Myths about memes pp. 281-305 Downloads
Douglas Roy
Is market liberalism adaptive? Rethinking F. A. Hayek on moral evolution pp. 307-326 Downloads
Filipe Nobre Faria
Predators in the market: implications of market interaction on optimal resource management pp. 327-341 Downloads
Stein Ivar Steinshamn

Volume 19, issue 2, 2017

An essay on the biological origin of producing surplus value by human labor pp. 187-199 Downloads
Hilmi Uysal, Hüseyin Tuğrul Atasoy and Uğur Bilge
Eco-efficient choice of cropping system for reducing nitrate-N leaching in an agricultural watershed pp. 201-221 Downloads
Emmanuel Yiridoe, Frederick Amon-Armah, Dale Hebb and Rob Jamieson
Biotechnical portfolio management of mixed-species forests pp. 223-245 Downloads
Marielle Brunette, Arnaud Dragicevic, Jonathan Lenglet, Alexandra Niedzwiedz, Vincent Badeau and Jean-Luc Dupouey
John Tomer: Integrating human capital with human development: the path to a more productive and humane economy. Palgrave advances in behavioral economics, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2015 pp. 247-251 Downloads
Morris Altman
Jérôme Boutang and Michel De Lara, The biased mind: how evolution shaped our psychology, including anecdotes and tips for making sound decisions pp. 253-256 Downloads
Shabnam Mousavi
David McFarland, The biological bases of economic behavior. A concise introduction pp. 257-260 Downloads
Alain Marciano

Volume 19, issue 1, 2017

Adaptation processes in the context of climate change: a social and environmental psychology perspective pp. 29-51 Downloads
Graham L. Bradley and Joseph P. Reser
Redesigning a 20th century regulatory framework to deliver 21st century energy technology pp. 147-164 Downloads
Tim Nelson

Volume 18, issue 3, 2016

Assortative mating in the online market for sperm donation pp. 169-194 Downloads
Stephen Whyte and Benno Torgler
Economics and evolutionary mismatch: humans in novel settings do not maximize pp. 195-209 Downloads
Terence C. Burnham
The transformations of utility theory: a behavioral perspective pp. 211-228 Downloads
Ulrich Witt
Culture, conflict, and the birth of a cooperative species pp. 229-232 Downloads
Karthik Panchanathan
Joanna Masel: Bypass Wall Street: A biologist’s guide to the rat race pp. 233-237 Downloads
Jonathan Wight
Review of Ultra Society: how 10,000 years of war made humans the greatest cooperators on earth, Beresta Books, LCC, Connecticut, 2016 by Peter Turchin pp. 239-242 Downloads
Mark Koyama
George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller: Phishing for phools: the economics of manipulation and deception pp. 243-246 Downloads
Leonhard Lades

Volume 18, issue 2, 2016

Introduction pp. 87-93 Downloads
Janet T. Landa and Michael T. Ghiselin
Honoring a pioneer: Gordon Tullock (1922–2014) pp. 95-96 Downloads
Peter A. Corning
Remembering Gordon Tullock pp. 97-98 Downloads
Robert Tollison
Understanding Gordon Tullock pp. 99-102 Downloads
Nicolaus Tideman
Reminiscing about Gordon Tullock pp. 103-106 Downloads
Victor P. Goldberg
Gordon Tullock as a teacher and mentor pp. 107-111 Downloads
Thomas R. Ireland
Fond memories of professor Gordon Tullock pp. 113-114 Downloads
Zhaofeng Xue
Memories of an altruist who denied the importance of altruism pp. 115-116 Downloads
Bernard Grofman
The memorable Gordon Tullock pp. 117-119 Downloads
Yew-Kwang Ng
Gordon Tullock: A Nobel Prize left unbestowed pp. 121-127 Downloads
Kjell Hausken
“Remembrance of things past”: Gordon Tullock, the man and the bioeconomist pp. 129-136 Downloads
Janet T. Landa
Rent-seeking and the tragedy of the commons: two approaches to problems of collective action in biology and economics pp. 137-151 Downloads
Jason Oakes
What is sexual selection? A rent-seeking approach pp. 153-158 Downloads
Michael T. Ghiselin
A study on abdominal wagging in the fire ant, Solenopsis invicta, with speculation on its meaning pp. 159-167 Downloads
Deby Cassill, Krista Ford, Lieu Huynh, Daniel Shiffman and S. Bradleigh Vinson

Volume 18, issue 1, 2016

Functional diversity from network response dynamics pp. 1-15 Downloads
Arnaud Dragicevic
Using traffic data to estimate wildlife populations pp. 17-31 Downloads
Ing-Marie Gren, Tobias Häggmark-Svensson, Hans Andersson, Gunnar Jansson and Annika Jägerbrand
Genetic distance and cognitive human capital: a cross-national investigation pp. 33-51 Downloads
Oasis Kodila-Tedika and Simplice Asongu
Creatine and entrepreneurship pp. 53-64 Downloads
Cornelius A. Rietveld, Petri Böckerman, Jutta Viinikainen, Alex Bryson, Olli Raitakari and Jaakko Pehkonen
The evolution of human cooperation pp. 65-78 Downloads
Philip Coelho and James McClure
Mauro Bonaiuti (ed.): From bioeconomics to degrowth: Georgescu-Roegen’s “New Economics” in eight essays pp. 79-85 Downloads
John Gowdy

Volume 17, issue 3, 2015

Social Biomimicry: what do ants and bees tell us about organization in the natural world? pp. 207-216 Downloads
Jennifer Fewell
When doing nothing is something. How task allocation strategies compromise between flexibility, efficiency, and inactive agents pp. 217-242 Downloads
Daniel Charbonneau and Anna Dornhaus
Float like a butterfly, $${\varvec{decide}}$$ d e c i d e like a bee pp. 243-254 Downloads
Sven Grüner, Anica Fietz and Antje Jantsch
What can ants tell us about collective behavior during a natural catastrophe? pp. 255-270 Downloads
Deby Cassill, Alexander Casella, Jaeson Clayborn, Matthew Perry and Michael Lagarde
The architecture of subterranean ant nests: beauty and mystery underfoot pp. 271-291 Downloads
Walter Tschinkel
Samir Okasha, and Ken Binmore (eds): Evolution and rationality: decisions, co-operation and strategic behaviour pp. 293-297 Downloads
Frederick Adler
Wilson revisits group selection pp. 299-302 Downloads
Benjamin Hardisty
Jared Diamond: The world until yesterday: what can we learn from traditional societies? pp. 303-307 Downloads
Bruce Winterhalder
Equipping non-utilitarian automata with unnatural morality: a review of Joshua Greene’s Moral tribes pp. 309-312 Downloads
Sergio Beraldo
Nicholas Wade: A troublesome inheritance: Genes, race and human history pp. 313-319 Downloads
Walter Block

Volume 17, issue 2, 2015

Regulating invasive species with different life history pp. 113-136 Downloads
Katarina Elofsson and Ing-Marie Gren
On the bioeconomics of shame and guilt pp. 137-149 Downloads
Klaus Jaffe, Astrid Flórez, Marcos Manzanares, Rodolfo Jaffe, Cristina Gomes, Daniel Rodríguez and Carla Achury
Selection criteria in the search for a sperm donor: behavioural traits versus physical appearance pp. 151-171 Downloads
Stephen Whyte and Benno Torgler
Public goods with high-powered punishment: high cooperation and low efficiency pp. 173-187 Downloads
Terence Burnham
Sexual selection, conspicuous consumption and economic growth pp. 189-206 Downloads
Jason Collins, Boris Baer and Ernst Weber

Volume 17, issue 1, 2015

Editorial note on “Evolutionary biology arguments in political economy” pp. 1-2 Downloads
Ulrich Witt
The evolution of Darwinian liberalism pp. 3-15 Downloads
Larry Arnhart
The evolution of human nature and its implications for politics: a critique pp. 17-36 Downloads
Thomas Reydon
Human ultrasociality and the invisible hand: foundational developments in evolutionary science alter a foundational concept in economics pp. 37-52 Downloads
David Wilson and John Gowdy
Does classical liberalism imply an evolutionary approach to policy-making? pp. 53-70 Downloads
Jan Schnellenbach
Can a hypothetical ‘innate proclivity to hierarchically structured political systems’ explain real authoritarian/totalitarian regimes? pp. 71-81 Downloads
Georgy Levit
The garden of orderly polity: F. A. Hayek and T. H. Huxley’s views on social evolution pp. 83-96 Downloads
Naomi Beck
John Stuart Mill: evolutionary economics and liberalism pp. 97-111 Downloads
Margaret Schabas
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