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Journal of Economic Methodology

1994 - 2022

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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

Volume 27, issue 4, 2020

Neuroeconomics beyond the brain: some externalist notions of choice pp. 275-291 Downloads
Enrico Petracca
Functionalism and the role of psychology in economics pp. 292-310 Downloads
Christopher Clarke
Pluralism in economics: its critiques and their lessons pp. 311-329 Downloads
Claudius Gräbner and Birte Strunk
Power as an epistemological obstacle: Walter Eucken’s quest for an interest-proof economic science pp. 330-350 Downloads
Raphaël Fèvre

Volume 27, issue 3, 2020

Holding back from theory: limits and methodological alternatives of randomized field experiments in development economics pp. 191-211 Downloads
Judith Favereau and Michiru Nagatsu
When Econs are human pp. 212-225 Downloads
John R. Welch
Collectively accepted social norms and performativity: the pursuit of normativity of globalization in economic institutions pp. 226-239 Downloads
Noriaki Okamoto
Emergence versus neoclassical reductions in economics pp. 240-262 Downloads
George Chorafakis
Response to ‘Response to Henschen: causal pluralism in macroeconomics’ pp. 263-265 Downloads
Tobias Henschen
A rejoinder to Henschen: the issue of VAR and DSGE models pp. 266-268 Downloads
Mariusz Maziarz and Robert Mróz
Technology, society, and performativity: on a new book by Nicolas Brisset pp. 269-273 Downloads
Ivan Boldyrev

Volume 27, issue 2, 2020

When efficient market hypothesis meets Hayek on information: beyond a methodological reading pp. 97-116 Downloads
Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger and Thomas Delcey
Built-in normativity in tailoring identity: the case of the EU skills profile tool for integrating refugees pp. 117-129 Downloads
Merve Burnazoglu
The model (also) in the world: extending the sociological theory of fields to economic models pp. 130-145 Downloads
Nicolas Brisset and Dorian Jullien
Games of strategy in culture and economics research pp. 146-163 Downloads
Maxwell Mkondiwa
Response to Henschen: causal pluralism in macroeconomics pp. 164-178 Downloads
Mariusz Maziarz and Robert Mróz
Rethinking what every economics student needs to know pp. 179-184 Downloads
Merve Burnazoglu and Francis Ostermeijer
Self-Control, Decision Theory, and Rationality – New Essays pp. 184-189 Downloads
James D. Grayot

Volume 27, issue 1, 2020

Experimenting with the Coase theorem pp. 1-17 Downloads
Ramzi Mabsout and Hossein Radmard
Beyond ‘having reason to value’: why we should adopt a procedure-independent and value-neutral definition of capabilities pp. 18-35 Downloads
Morten Fibieger Byskov
The normative decision theory in economics: a philosophy of science perspective. The case of the expected utility theory pp. 36-50 Downloads
Magdalena Małecka
Restoring constitution: saving performativity from Mäki’s critique pp. 51-65 Downloads
Mickey Peled
Epistemic and non-epistemic values in economic evaluations of public health pp. 66-88 Downloads
Alessandra Cenci and M. Azhar Hussain
Ladders of abstraction, support factors, and semantics in the design of policies pp. 89-92 Downloads
Menno Rol
Abstract principles, causal cakes and asymmetry of results in policy making. A reply to Menno Rol pp. 93-96 Downloads
Leonardo Ivarola
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