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Journal of Economic Methodology

1994 - 2023

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Volume 30, issue 3, 2023

Correction pp. I-I Downloads
The Editors
A controversy about modeling practices: the case of inequity aversion pp. 203-227 Downloads
Alexandre Truc and Dorian Jullien
Definitions in economics: farewell to essentialism pp. 228-244 Downloads
Cristian Frasser and Gabriel Guzmán
Medical epistemology meets economics: how (not) to GRADE universal basic income research pp. 245-264 Downloads
Adrian K. Yee and Kenji Hayakawa
The dawn of everything: a new history of humanity pp. 265-268 Downloads
Michiru Nagatsu
The intrinsic complexity of collective choice a review of making better choices. design, decisions, and democracy pp. 269-272 Downloads
Orlando Gomes

Volume 30, issue 2, 2023

The soul of economics: editorial pp. 71-79 Downloads
Catherine Herfeld, Chiara Lisciandra and Carlo Martini
The struggle for the soul of macroeconomics pp. 80-89 Downloads
Kevin D. Hoover
A deeper struggle for the soul of economics pp. 90-93 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Can commitments cause counterpreferential choices? pp. 94-106 Downloads
Michael Messerli and Kevin Reuter
The case against formal methods in (Austrian) economics: a partial defense of formalization as translation pp. 107-121 Downloads
Alexander Linsbichler
Nash meets Samuelson: the comparative-statics interpretation of Nash equilibrium pp. 122-134 Downloads
Marek Hudik
Economics is converging with sociology but not with psychology pp. 135-156 Downloads
Don Ross
Is economics credible? A critical appraisal of three examples from microeconomics pp. 157-175 Downloads
Seán M. Muller
The Homer economicus narrative: from cognitive psychology to individual public policies pp. 176-187 Downloads
Guilhem Lecouteux
What makes economics special: orientational paradigms pp. 188-202 Downloads
Paul Hoyningen-Huene and Harold Kincaid

Volume 30, issue 1, 2023

The significance of GDP: a new take on a century-old question pp. 1-14 Downloads
Shiri Cohen Kaminitz
The wealth of humans: core, periphery and frontiers of humanomics pp. 15-33 Downloads
Paolo Silvestri and Benoît Walraevens
Scientific communities, recent crisis and change in economics: a Kuhnian perspective pp. 34-48 Downloads
Sergios Tzotzes and Dimitris Milonakis
On the epistemic contribution of financial models pp. 49-62 Downloads
Alexander Mebius
Comments on Nick Huntington–Klein's review ‘Pearl before economists: The Book of Why and empirical economics’ pp. 63-67 Downloads
J. Pearl
What is useful philosophy of economics? pp. 68-70 Downloads
Caterina Marchionni

Volume 29, issue 4, 2022

Transparent players: the use of narrative voices in game theory pp. 263-274 Downloads
William C. Grant
Coasean idealization pp. 275-293 Downloads
Daniel C. Russell
A defense of reasonable pluralism in economics pp. 294-308 Downloads
Louis Larue
Our dynamic being within: Smithian challenges to the new paternalism pp. 309-325 Downloads
Erik W. Matson
Pearl before economists: the book of why and empirical economics pp. 326-334 Downloads
Nick Huntington-Klein
Rationality: What it is, why it seems scarce, why it matters pp. 335-339 Downloads
Enrico Petracca

Volume 29, issue 3, 2022

The economics of immense risk, urgent action and radical change: towards new approaches to the economics of climate change pp. 181-216 Downloads
Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz and Charlotte Taylor
Interdisciplinary influences in behavioral economics: a bibliometric analysis of cross-disciplinary citations pp. 217-251 Downloads
Alexandre Truc
It takes a model to beat a model pp. 252-256 Downloads
Hsiang-Ke Chao
Does utilitarianism need a rethink? Review of Louis Narens and Brian Skyrms' The Pursuit of Happiness pp. 256-261 Downloads
Heather Browning and Walter Veit

Volume 29, issue 2, 2022

Introduction to the INEM 2019 special issue pp. 111-112 Downloads
Luis Mireles-Flores, Magdalena Małecka and Caterina Marchionni
Darwinian rational expectations pp. 113-123 Downloads
Kobi Finestone
Three accounts of intrinsic motivation in economics: a pragmatic choice? pp. 124-139 Downloads
Blaž Remic
What’s (successful) extrapolation? pp. 140-152 Downloads
Donal Khosrowi
What preferences for behavioral welfare economics? pp. 153-165 Downloads
Till Grüne-Yanoff
Unifying Theories of institutions: a critique of Pettit’s Virtual Control Theory pp. 166-177 Downloads
Frank Hindriks
Review of an advanced introduction to feminist economics pp. 178-180 Downloads
Julie A. Nelson

Volume 29, issue 1, 2022

Introduction: Lucas’s enduring impact on macroeconomic thinking pp. 1-3 Downloads
Peter Galbács
Lucas’s way to his monetary theory of large-scale fluctuations pp. 4-16 Downloads
Peter Galbács
Learning from Lucas pp. 17-29 Downloads
Thomas J. Sargent
Lucas’s methodological divide in inflation theory: a student’s journey pp. 30-47 Downloads
Max Gillman
The lasting influence of Robert E. Lucas on Chicago economics pp. 48-65 Downloads
Harald Uhlig
Lucas’ expectational equilibrium, price rigidity, and descriptive realism pp. 66-85 Downloads
Mauro Boianovsky
Dispersed information and the non-neutrality of money: fifty years after Lucas, 1972 pp. 86-104 Downloads
Pierrick Clerc and Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira
A review on Katzner’s Models, mathematics and methodology in economic explanation, Cambridge University Press 2018 pp. 105-109 Downloads
Aki Lehtinen

Volume 28, issue 4, 2021

Introduction to the Review Symposium on Robert Sugden's The Community of Advantage pp. 349-349 Downloads
Jack Vromen and N. Emrah Aydinonat
On the possibility of an anti-paternalist behavioural welfare economics pp. 350-363 Downloads
Johanna Thoma
The limits of opportunity-only: context-dependence and agency in behavioral welfare economics pp. 364-373 Downloads
Malte Dold and Mario J. Rizzo
Sugden’s community of advantage pp. 374-384 Downloads
Geoffrey Brennan and Hartmut Kliemt
In defense of behavioral welfare economics pp. 385-400 Downloads
B. Douglas Bernheim
Voluntary agreements pp. 401-408 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein
Reconciling the liberal tradition in normative economics with the findings of behavioural economics: on J.S. Mill, libertarian paternalism and Robert Sugden’s The Community of Advantage pp. 409-418 Downloads
Mozaffar Qizilbash
A response to six comments on The Community of Advantage pp. 419-430 Downloads
Robert Sugden
Escaping paternalism: rationality, behavioral economics, and public policy pp. 431-435 Downloads
Philip Arthur

Volume 28, issue 3, 2021

Building comparison spaces: Harold Hotelling and mathematics for economics pp. 255-273 Downloads
Marion Gaspard and Thomas Mueller
A qualitative study of perception of a dishonesty experiment pp. 274-290 Downloads
Nikola Frollová, Marek Vranka and Petr Houdek
Model diversity and the embarrassment of riches pp. 291-303 Downloads
Walter Veit
Determinism, free will, and the Austrian School of Economics pp. 304-321 Downloads
Dawid Megger
When does complementarity support pluralism about schools of economic thought? pp. 322-335 Downloads
Teemu Lari
The great economist David Hume pp. 336-339 Downloads
Robert Sugden
Economic methodology for policy guidance pp. 340-347 Downloads
Don Ross

Volume 28, issue 2, 2021

Savage’s response to Allais as Broomean reasoning pp. 143-164 Downloads
Franz Dietrich, Antonios Staras and Robert Sugden
Models as ‘analytical similes’: on Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen's contribution to economic methodology pp. 165-185 Downloads
Quentin Couix
Multiple models, one explanation pp. 186-206 Downloads
Chiara Lisciandra and Johannes Korbmacher
Abstraction and closure: a methodological discussion of distribution-led growth pp. 207-230 Downloads
Michalis Nikiforos
The institutional preconditions of homo economicus pp. 231-246 Downloads
Eduard Braun
To incriminate, to apologize or to excuse? Finance and the uncertainty conundrum pp. 247-249 Downloads
Daniel Seabra Lopes
A con artist or the father of revolutionary ideas? James Forder’s recent book on Milton Friedman pp. 250-253 Downloads
Peter Galbács

Volume 28, issue 1, 2021

Introduction: economic methodology and philosophy of economics twenty years since the Millennium pp. 1-2 Downloads
John Davis and D. Wade Hands
The field: tasks, pasts, futures pp. 3-13 Downloads
Uskali Mäki
Philosophy of economics: past and future pp. 14-22 Downloads
Daniel M. Hausman
What are we up to? pp. 23-31 Downloads
Jack Vromen
Economic methodology in 2020: looking forward, looking back pp. 32-39 Downloads
Don Ross
On letting serious crises go to waste pp. 40-45 Downloads
Francesco Guala
Economic methodology, the philosophy of economics and the economy: another turn? pp. 46-53 Downloads
Sheila Dow
Back to the big picture pp. 54-59 Downloads
Anna Alexandrova, Robert Northcott and Jack Wright
Retreat from normativism pp. 60-66 Downloads
Marcel Boumans
Economic methodology: a bibliometric perspective pp. 67-78 Downloads
Alexandre Truc, François Claveau and Olivier Santerre
The Helsinki approach to economic methodology, or, how to espouse the mainstream? pp. 79-87 Downloads
Aki Lehtinen
Values in economics: a recent revival with a twist pp. 88-97 Downloads
Magdalena Małecka
On the recent philosophy of decision theory pp. 98-106 Downloads
Ivan Moscati
Economics and community knowledge-making pp. 107-113 Downloads
Julie A. Nelson
How-possibly explanations in economics: anything goes? pp. 114-123 Downloads
Till Grüne-Yanoff and Philippe Verreault-Julien
Theories of well-being and well-being policy: a view from methodology pp. 124-133 Downloads
Roberto Fumagalli
Co-production and economics: insights from the constructive use of experimental games in adaptive resource management pp. 134-142 Downloads
Michiru Nagatsu
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