Knowledge and Beliefs in Economics: The Case of the Austrian Tradition
Richard Arena and
Agnès Festré ()
Chapter 3 in Knowledge, Beliefs and Economics, 2006 from Edward Elgar Publishing
This book surveys how economists engage with knowledge and beliefs in various fields of economic analysis, such as general equilibrium theory, decision theory, game theory, experimental economics, evolutionary theory of the firm, financial markets and the history of economic thought.
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