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Current editor(s): John Davis and D Wade Hands

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Volume 25, issue 2, 2018

Was the deflation of the depression anticipated? An inference using real-time data pp. 117-125 Downloads
Gabriel Mathy and Herman Stekler
Can welfare be measured with a preference-satisfaction index? pp. 126-142 Downloads
Willem van der Deijl
Samuelson’s operationally meaningful theorems: reflections of E. B. Wilson’s methodological attitude pp. 143-159 Downloads
Juan Carvajalino
Back to Buchanan? Explorations of welfare and subjectivism in behavioral economics pp. 160-178 Downloads
Malte F. Dold
Explaining patterns, not details: reevaluating rational choice models in light of their explananda pp. 179-209 Downloads
Catherine Herfeld

Volume 25, issue 1, 2018

What is macroeconomic causality? pp. 1-20 Downloads
Tobias Henschen
Models as speech acts: the telling case of financial models pp. 21-41 Downloads
Nicolas Brisset
Varieties of paternalism and the heterogeneity of utility structures pp. 42-67 Downloads
Glenn Harrison and Don Ross
Historical models and economic syllogisms pp. 68-82 Downloads
Luiz Carlos Bresser-Pereira
Is ‘new’ behavioral economics ‘mainstream’? pp. 83-104 Downloads
Alexandre Truc
A Peircean Perspective on Integrating Economics and Evolutionary Theory pp. 105-111 Downloads
James R. Wible
Understanding and Defining Institutions: The Contribution of Francesco Gual pp. 111-116 Downloads
Geoffrey Hodgson

Volume 24, issue 4, 2017

Symposium on big data: introduction pp. 359-360 Downloads
John Davis and Wade Hands
Agent-based modelling as a foundation for big data pp. 362-383 Downloads
Shu-Heng Chen and Ragupathy Venkatachalam
Modeling economic systems as locally-constructive sequential games pp. 384-409 Downloads
Leigh Tesfatsion
Big data and complexity: Is macroeconomics heading toward a new paradigm? pp. 410-429 Downloads
Paola D’Orazio
Living by default pp. 430-434 Downloads
Christophe Salvat
Performativity: moving economics further? pp. 434-440 Downloads
Anja Breljak and Felix Kersting

Volume 24, issue 3, 2017

The Reinhart-Rogoff controversy as an instance of the ‘emerging contrary result’ phenomenon pp. 213-225 Downloads
Mariusz Maziarz
What is extreme about Mises’s extreme apriorism? pp. 226-249 Downloads
Scott Scheall
Foreword: the Third International Conference of Economic Philosophy pp. 251-253 Downloads
Gilles Campagnolo
A new definition of and role for preferences in positive economics pp. 254-273 Downloads
Bart Engelen
Narrativity and identity in the representation of the economic agent pp. 274-296 Downloads
Tom Juille and Dorian Jullien
Non-causal understanding with economic models: the case of general equilibrium pp. 297-317 Downloads
Philippe Verreault-Julien
Mindreading and endogenous beliefs in games pp. 318-343 Downloads
Lauren Larrouy and Guilhem Lecouteux
Science outside the laboratory: measurement in field science and economics pp. 344-348 Downloads
Henrik Roeland Visser
The public vs. private value of health, and their relationship pp. 349-355 Downloads
S. Andrew Schroeder
Notes on contributors pp. 356-357 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 24, issue 2, 2017

Introduction to special issue on INEM 2015 pp. 117-118 Downloads
Don Ross
Enriching economics in South Africa: interdisciplinary collaboration and the value of quantitative – qualitative exchanges pp. 119-133 Downloads
Dorrit Posel
Fact-value entanglement in positive economics pp. 134-149 Downloads
Julian Reiss
The empirical adequacy of cumulative prospect theory and its implications for normative assessment pp. 150-165 Downloads
Glenn Harrison and Don Ross
Hyperbolic delay discounting integrates five approaches to impulsive choice pp. 166-189 Downloads
George Ainslie
Does studying ethics affect moral views? An application to economic justice pp. 190-203 Downloads
James Konow
Of consequentialism, its critics, and the critics of its critics pp. 204-210 Downloads
Ravi Kanbur
Notes on contributors pp. 211-212 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 24, issue 1, 2017

Sen is not a capability theorist pp. 1-19 Downloads
Antoinette Baujard and Muriel Gilardone
A cognition paradigm clash: Simon, situated cognition and the interpretation of bounded rationality pp. 20-40 Downloads
Enrico Petracca
The critical realist conception of open and closed systems pp. 41-68 Downloads
Steve Fleetwood
Critical reflections on a realist interpretation of Friedman’s ‘Methodology of Positive Economics’ pp. 69-89 Downloads
Edward Mariyani-Squire
Positive public economics: reinterpreting ‘optimal’ policies pp. 90-103 Downloads
Brian Albrecht
Between a compendium and a hard place pp. 104-108 Downloads
Tiago Mata
Experimental methodology on the move pp. 108-114 Downloads
Francesco Guala
Notes on contributors pp. 115-116 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 23, issue 4, 2016

Editorial Board pp. (oeb)-(oeb) Downloads
The Editors
Sen’s criticism of revealed preference theory and its ‘neo-samuelsonian critique’: a methodological and theoretical assessment pp. 349-373 Downloads
Cyril Hédoin
Constitutive explanations in neuroeconomics: principles and a case study on money pp. 374-395 Downloads
Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
Space for virtue in the economics of Kenneth J. Arrow, Amartya Sen and Elinor Ostrom pp. 396-412 Downloads
Dominic Burbidge
Financial functional analysis: a conceptual framework for understanding the changing financial system pp. 413-431 Downloads
John P. Wilson and Larry Campbell
Notes on contributors pp. 432-433 Downloads
John Davis

Volume 23, issue 3, 2016

Introduction to symposium on ‘Patrick Suppes, economics, and economic methodology’ pp. 237-240 Downloads
D. Wade Hands
Patrick Suppes and game theory pp. 241-251 Downloads
Ken Binmore
Measurement theory and utility analysis in Suppes’ early work, 1951–1958 pp. 252-267 Downloads
Ivan Moscati
Choice-based cardinal utility: a tribute to Patrick Suppes pp. 268-288 Downloads
Jean Baccelli and Philippe Mongin
Suppes’ probabilistic theory of causality and causal inference in economics pp. 289-304 Downloads
Julian Reiss
Suppes’s outlines of an empirical measurement theory pp. 305-315 Downloads
Marcel Boumans
Freedom and choice in economics pp. 316-332 Downloads
Adolfo García de la Sienra
The world in axioms: an interview with Patrick Suppes pp. 333-346 Downloads
Catherine Herfeld
Notes on contributors pp. 347-348 Downloads
John Davis

Volume 23, issue 2, 2016

Introduction to discussion forum on Glenn W. Harrison’s ‘field experiments and methodological intolerance’ pp. 127-129 Downloads
Don Ross
Robert A. Millikan meets the credibility revolution: comment on Harrison (2013), ‘field experiments and methodological intolerance’ pp. 130-138 Downloads
Nathaniel Wilcox
Methodological ignorance: A comment on field experiments and methodological intolerance pp. 139-146 Downloads
Marcel Boumans
Experiments, policy, and theory in development economics: a response to Glenn Harrison’s ‘field experiments and methodological intolerance’ pp. 147-156 Downloads
Thomas Bossuroy and Clara Delavallade
Field experiments and methodological intolerance: reply pp. 157-159 Downloads
Glenn Harrison
Economics is not always performative: some limits for performativity pp. 160-184 Downloads
Nicolas Brisset
Beyond welfare economics: some methodological issues pp. 185-202 Downloads
Giuseppe Munda
On the analogy between field experiments in economics and clinical trials in medicine pp. 203-222 Downloads
Judith Favereau
Methodological misconceptions in the social sciences. Rethinking social thought and social processes pp. 223-227 Downloads
Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
Hayek and Popper: on rationality, economism, and democracy pp. 227-234 Downloads
Bruce Caldwell

Volume 23, issue 1, 2016

Preference purification and the inner rational agent: a critique of the conventional wisdom of behavioural welfare economics pp. 1-25 Downloads
Gerardo Infante, Guilhem Lecouteux and Robert Sugden
On the Econ within pp. 26-32 Downloads
Daniel M. Hausman
‘On the Econ within’: a reply to Daniel Hausman pp. 33-37 Downloads
Gerardo Infante, Guilhem Lecouteux and Robert Sugden
Adjusting the model to adjust the world: constructive mechanisms in postwar general equilibrium theory pp. 38-56 Downloads
Ivan Boldyrev and Alexey Ushakov
Firms, agency, and evolution pp. 57-76 Downloads
Armin W. Schulz
Five theses on neuroeconomics pp. 77-96 Downloads
Roberto Fumagalli
The scientific limits of understanding the (potential) relationship between complex social phenomena: the case of democracy and inequality pp. 97-109 Downloads
Alexander Krauss
Governing in a complex society pp. 110-114 Downloads
Wilfred Dolfsma
Economic pluralism for the lecture hall pp. 115-120 Downloads
Manuel Scholz-Wäckerle
Economic methodology into the practice of economics pp. 120-126 Downloads
Vítor Neves
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