Schutz and the Rational Choice Debate in African Economics
The Review of Austrian Economics, 2001, vol. 14, issue 2-3, 157-72
Neo-Austrians in the USA have produced a specific interpretation of Schutz as a mediator between the Austrian school of economics and European phenomenology or phenomenological sociology. Seeing Schutz as a political and economic scientist who, moreover, could give a new orientation to African political economy is at stake in our contribution. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to filling in a gap between my interest for African development economics and Austrian-Schutzian economics. By doing so, I want to contribute to the efforts of the NIE school, which aims at challenging the previous neo-classical approach of the World Bank intervention in Africa. Copyright 2001 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
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