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Volume 45, issue 5, 2021

F. H. Knight’s Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit and J. M. Keynes’ Treatise on Probability after 100 years pp. 857-882 Downloads
Phil Faulkner, Alberto Feduzi, C R McCann and Jochen Runde
The writing and reception of Risk, Uncertainty and Profit pp. 883-900 Downloads
Ross B Emmett
Uncertainty and general equilibrium: an evaluation of Professor Knight’s contributions to economics pp. 901-918 Downloads
Geoffrey T F Brooke and Lydia Cheung
The Early Enlightenment roots of Keynes’ probability concept pp. 919-932 Downloads
Francisco Aristimuño and Ricardo Crespo
Probability and arguments: Keynes’s legacy pp. 933-950 Downloads
William Peden
Keynes’ contribution to statistical science pp. 951-966 Downloads
David C Schneider
Knightian uncertainty: through a Jamesian window pp. 967-988 Downloads
Mario J Rizzo and Malte Dold
On the relevance of Knight, Keynes and Shackle for unawareness research pp. 989-1007 Downloads
Ekaterina Svetlova
Patterning uncertainty: partial likeness, analogy and likelihood1 pp. 1009-1026 Downloads
Roberto Scazzieri
From Knightian to Keynesian uncertainty: contextualising Ellsberg’s ambiguity pp. 1027-1046 Downloads
Carlo Zappia
Financial markets and Keynes’s long-term expectations pp. 1047-1067 Downloads
Marcello Basili and Carlo Zappia
The safety of speculation … pp. 1069-1097 Downloads
J E Woods
Keynes and Knight on uncertainty: peas in a pod or chalk and cheese? pp. 1099-1125 Downloads
Mark D Packard, Per Bylund and Brent B Clark
Keynes and Knight: risk-uncertainty distinctions, priority, coherence and change pp. 1127-1144 Downloads
Rod O’Donnell
Uncertainty and inequality in early financial thought: John Hicks as a reader of Knight and Keynes pp. 1145-1163 Downloads
Roni Hirsch

Volume 45, issue 4, 2021

From dishwashing to dishwasher cooking: on social positioning and how users are drawn towards alternative uses of existing technology pp. 613-630 Downloads
Ivano Cardinale and Jochen Runde
The unity of science and the disunity of economics pp. 631-654 Downloads
Angela Ambrosino, Mario Cedrini and John Davis
Habit and emotion: John Dewey’s contribution to the theory of change pp. 655-674 Downloads
Emmanuel Petit and Jerome Ballet
Inequality and individuals’ social networks: the other face of social capital pp. 675-694 Downloads
Atilano Pena-López, Paolo Rungo and José Manuel Sánchez-Santos
Linking complexity economics and systems thinking, with illustrative discussions of urban sustainability pp. 695-722 Downloads
Silviu Scrieciu, Nici Zimmermann, Zaid Chalabi and Mike Davies
Domar, expectations, and growth stabilization pp. 723-750 Downloads
Mauro Boianovsky
The Keynes Plan and Bretton Woods debates: the early radical criticisms by Balogh, Schumacher and Kalecki pp. 751-770 Downloads
Adrien Faudot
The revolution that did not happen: Terence Hutchison on the political economy of Jeremy Bentham pp. 771-786 Downloads
Andy Denis
Technical or political? The socialist economic calculation debate pp. 787-810 Downloads
Tiago Camarinha Lopes
Discovery or ownership? A new light on an Austrian controversy over entrepreneurship pp. 811-832 Downloads
Thierry Aimar
Why do disequilibria exist? An ontological study of Kirznerian economics pp. 833-856 Downloads
Stratos Ramoglou

Volume 45, issue 3, 2021

A Commonsian approach to crime: the Mafia and the economic power to withhold pp. 411-425 Downloads
Clotilde Champeyrache
The timely overestimation of Spanish GDP in the great recession pp. 427-456 Downloads
J C Barba, J Laborda and R Laborda
The rise of self-employment in the UK: entrepreneurial transmission or declining job quality? pp. 457-486 Downloads
Andrew Henley
Spatial Keynesian policy and the decline of regional income convergence in the USA pp. 487-510 Downloads
Luke Petach
Kaldor–Verdoorn’s law and institutions: evidence from Brazilian municipalities pp. 511-536 Downloads
Hugo Carcanholo Iasco Pereira, João P Romero and Victor Medeiros
The redistributive consequences of paying off the national debt: Ricardo and his plan pp. 537-557 Downloads
Aldo Barba
Some additions and corrections for Sraffa on Ricardo in Business pp. 559-575 Downloads
Wilfried Parys
A critique of Shaikh’s two interpretations of Marx’s ‘transformation problem’ pp. 577-589 Downloads
Fred Moseley
Keynes, capitalism and public purpose pp. 591-612 Downloads
Suzanne J Konzelmann, Victoria Chic and Marc Fovargue-Davies

Volume 45, issue 2, 2021

The Cambridge economic tradition and the distribution of the social surplus pp. 225-241 Downloads
Nuno Martins
The Research Excellence Framework 2014, journal ratings and the marginalisation of heterodox economics pp. 243-269 Downloads
Engelbert Stockhammer, Quirin Dammerer and Sukriti Kapur
Participation in global value chains and varieties of development patterns pp. 271-294 Downloads
Bruno Carballa Smichowski, Cédric Durand and Steven Knauss
Selling salvation, selling success: neoliberalism and the US Prosperity Gospel pp. 295-311 Downloads
Mary V Wrenn
Fishing rights and colonial government: institutional development in the Bengal Presidency pp. 313-331 Downloads
Shourya Sen and Richard Adelstein
Challenging the working time reduction and wages trade-off: a simulation for the Spanish economy pp. 333-351 Downloads
Luis Cárdenas and Paloma Villanueva
Pareto’s Trattato di Sociologia Generale: a behaviourist ante litteram approach pp. 353-369 Downloads
Roberto Marchionatti and Fiorenzo Mornati
János Kornai: economics, methodology and policy pp. 371-390 Downloads
Michael Ellman
Minsky’s legacy: two strands pp. 391-409 Downloads
Dirk J Bezemer

Volume 45, issue 1, 2021

Keynes: The Object of Hayek’s Passion? pp. 1-18 Downloads
Filomena de Sousa
The case for a unified monetary theory of interest: Keynes and Schumpeter pp. 19-36 Downloads
B Callegari
Central bankers and the rationale for unconventional monetary policies: reasserting, renouncing or recasting monetarism? pp. 37-59 Downloads
Brett Fiebiger and Marc Lavoie
The political economy of state regulation: the case of the British Factory Acts pp. 61-84 Downloads
Katherine A Moos
Labour market outcomes of different institutional regimes: evidence from the OECD countries pp. 85-108 Downloads
Hang Le, Geoffrey Wood and Shuxing Yin
Top management gender diversity and performance: in search of threshold effects pp. 109-127 Downloads
Yundan Gong and Sourafel Girma
How to create trust quickly: a comparative empirical investigation of the bases of swift trust pp. 129-150 Downloads
Frens Kroeger, Girts Racko and Brendan Burchell
Great Recession, great regression? The welfare state in the twenty-first century pp. 151-194 Downloads
Celia Lessa Kerstenetzky and Graciele Pereira Guedes
The impossibility of a Rawlsian liberal pp. 195-208 Downloads
Brian Judge
Adam Smith’s view of economic inequality pp. 209-224 Downloads
Benoît Walraevens
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