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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

Volume 26, issue 4, 2019

Correction pp. i-i Downloads
The Editors
Two types of ecological rationality: or how to best combine psychology and economics pp. 291-306 Downloads
Erwin Dekker and Blaž Remic
The historical roots (1880–1950) of recent contributions (2000–2017) to ecological economics: insights from reference publication year spectroscopy pp. 307-326 Downloads
Matthieu Ballandonne
Structural dualism, socio-evolutionary reproduction and the transformation of orthodoxy and heterodoxy in economics pp. 327-346 Downloads
Theodore T. Koutsobinas
The fragility of results and bias in empirical research: an exploratory exposition pp. 347-360 Downloads
Imad A. Moosa
Maurice Allais on the quantity theory of money: the ontological restatement pp. 361-379 Downloads
Ramzi Klabi
Measuring utility: from the marginal revolution to behavioral economics pp. 380-384 Downloads
Lukas Beck and Anna Alexandrova
A critique of the history of economic ideas pp. 385-388 Downloads
Marcel Boumans
Measuring utility: from the marginal revolution to behavioral economics pp. 389-392 Downloads
Itzhak Gilboa
Measuring Utility without ‘externalist fallacies’: a response to Alexandrova and Beck, Boumans, and Gilboa pp. 393-400 Downloads
Ivan Moscati

Volume 26, issue 3, 2019

Introduction to symposium pp. 177-178 Downloads
Magdalena Małecka and Michiru Nagatsu
Four Methodenstreits between behavioral and mainstream economics pp. 179-194 Downloads
Vladimir Avtonomov and Yuri Avtonomov
We're all behavioral economists now pp. 195-207 Downloads
Erik Angner
From selves to systems: on the intrapersonal and intraneural dynamics of decision making pp. 208-227 Downloads
James Grayot
Mechanism in behavioural economics pp. 228-242 Downloads
Michael Joffe
Bounded sociality: behavioural economists’ truncated understanding of the social and its implications for politics pp. 243-258 Downloads
Sabine Frerichs
Behavioral economics, gender economics, and feminist economics: friends or foes? pp. 259-271 Downloads
Giandomenica Becchio
Behavioral policies and inequities: the case of incentivized smoking cessation policies pp. 272-289 Downloads
O. Çağlar Dede

Volume 26, issue 2, 2019

Let’s take the bias out of econometrics pp. 81-98 Downloads
Duo Qin
What’s feminist about feminist economics? pp. 99-117 Downloads
Sheba Tejani
Beyond dualities in behavioural economics: what can G. H. Mead’s conceptions of self and reflexivity contribute to the current debate? pp. 118-132 Downloads
Carsten Herrmann-Pillath
How behavioural economics relates to psychology – some bibliographic evidence pp. 133-146 Downloads
Fabian Braesemann
Alternative consequences and asymmetry of results: their importance for policy decision making pp. 147-162 Downloads
Leonardo Ivarola
A rich vein for historians and methodologists of recent economics to mine pp. 163-167 Downloads
Kyu Sang Lee
Miscalculating happiness: review of Frey’s economics of happiness pp. 167-171 Downloads
Adam Tamas Tuboly
Cambridge Economics: a place, a people, an academic community and its Palgrave Companion pp. 171-175 Downloads
Constantinos Repapis

Volume 26, issue 1, 2019

Introduction to special issue on INEM 2017 pp. 1-1 Downloads
Julian Reiss
, AIs, humans and rats: decision-making and economic welfare pp. 2-12 Downloads
Diane Coyle
Prospect theory in the wild: how good is the nonexperimental evidence for prospect theory? pp. 13-31 Downloads
Andre Hofmeyr and Harold Kincaid
A methodological framework to address gaps in the evidence on infrastructure impacts: the case of an Indian railway project evaluation pp. 32-44 Downloads
Sreeja Jaiswal and Gunther Bensch
Extrapolation of causal effects – hopes, assumptions, and the extrapolator’s circle pp. 45-58 Downloads
Donal Khosrowi
Prediction versus accommodation in economics pp. 59-69 Downloads
Robert Northcott
The Smithian ontology of ‘relative poverty’: revisiting the debate between Amartya Sen and Peter Townsend pp. 70-80 Downloads
Toru Yamamori

Volume 25, issue 4, 2018

A quantitative turn in the historiography of economics? pp. 283-290 Downloads
José Edwards, Yann Giraud and Christophe Schinckus
A comparison between qualitative and quantitative histories: the example of the efficient market hypothesis pp. 291-310 Downloads
Franck Jovanovic
Five reasons for the use of network analysis in the history of economics pp. 311-328 Downloads
Herfeld Catherine and Malte Doehne
What topic modeling could reveal about the evolution of economics pp. 329-348 Downloads
Angela Ambrosino, Mario Cedrini, John B. Davis, Stefano Fiori, Marco Guerzoni and Massimiliano Nuccio
Quantifying central banks’ scientization: why and how to do a quantified organizational history of economics pp. 349-366 Downloads
François Claveau and Jérémie Dion
The quantitative turn in the history of economics: promises, perils and challenges pp. 367-377 Downloads
Beatrice Cherrier and Andrej Svorenčík

Volume 25, issue 3, 2018

Philosophy of Economics Rules: introduction to the symposium pp. 211-217 Downloads
N. Emrah Aydinonat
Rights and wrongs of economic modelling: refining Rodrik pp. 218-236 Downloads
Uskali Mäki
The diversity of models as a means to better explanations in economics pp. 237-251 Downloads
N. Emrah Aydinonat
Model selection in macroeconomics: DSGE and ad hocness pp. 252-264 Downloads
Jaakko Kuorikoski and Aki Lehtinen
Modeling model selection in model pluralism pp. 265-275 Downloads
Till Grüne-Yanoff and Caterina Marchionni
Second thoughts on economics rules pp. 276-281 Downloads
Dani Rodrik

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 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
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