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2004-24: The Nature and Units of Social Selection
Geoffrey Hodgson and T. Knudsen
2004-23: Useful Knowledge as an Evolving System: the view from Economic History
J. Mokyr
2004-22: Evolutionary Theories of Cultural Change: An Empirical Perspective
Richard Nelson
2004-21: Accounting for Evolution: An Assessment of the Population Method Downloads
John Metcalfe
2004-20: Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
Jack Vromen
2004-19: Why Multilevel Selection Matters
Alexander Field
2004-18: Heterogeneous preferences and new innovation cycles in mature industries: the camera industry 1955-1974
Paul Windrum
2004-17: Strategic Interaction and Externalities: FD-games and pollution Downloads
Reinoud Joosten
2004-16: Agent Learning Representation - Advice in Modelling Economic Learning
Thomas Brenner
2004-15: Darwinism in Economics: From Analogy to Continuity
Christian Cordes
2004-14: Economic Systems of OECD Nations: Impact and Evolution Downloads
Frederic L. Pryor
2004-13: Second-order sustainability – conditions for sustainable technology development in a dynamic environment
Christian Sartorius
2004-12: The autocatalytic character of the growth of production knowledge: What role does human labor play? Downloads
Thomas Brenner and Christian Cordes
2004-11: Hayek and the Evolution of Designed Institutions: a Critical Assessment
Christian Schubert
2004-10: Empirical Calibration of Simulation Models Downloads
Claudia Werker and Thomas Brenner
2004-09: Tracing Empirical Trails of Schumpeterian Development
Michael Peneder
2004-08: Network-Induced Oscillatory Behavior in Material Flow Networks and Business Cycles
D.Helbing, S.Lämmer, Thomas Brenner and Ulrich Witt
2004-07: The Origin and Location of Entrants in the Evolution of the U.S. Tire Industry Downloads
Guido Buenstorf and Steven Klepper
2004-06: From Possession to Property: Preferences and the Role of Culture
Uta-Maria Niederle
2004-05: On Novelty and Heterogeneity
Ulrich Witt
2004-04: The Working Parts of Rules and How They May Evolve Over Time
Elinor Ostrom
2004-03: Legislation and Countervailing Effects from Social Norms
Francesco Parisi and Georg von Wangenheim
2004-02: Human Intentionality and Design In Cultural Evolution
V. J. Vanberg
2004-01: Veblen's "Instinct of Workmanship," its Cognitive Foundations, and Some Implications for Economic Theory
Christian Cordes
2003-12: Ernst Abbe's Scientific Management: Insights from a 19th Century Dynamic Capabilities Approach
Guido Buenstorf and Johann Peter Murmann
2003-11: A contractarian view on cultural evolution
Christian Schubert
2003-10: The Human Adaptation for Culture and its Behavioral Implications
Christian Cordes
2003-09: The role of intermediate structures and regional context for the evolution of knowledge networks and structural change
J. Lambooy
2003-08: On the Behavior of Proposers in Ultimatum Games
Thomas Brenner and Nicolaas Vriend
2003-07: The Evolutionary Perspective on Organizational Change and the Theory of the Firm
Ulrich Witt
2003-06: The Dependence of Innovativeness on the Local Firm Population - An Empirical Study of German Patents
Thomas Brenner
2003-05: The Proper Interpretation of 'Evolution' in Economics and the Example of Production Theory
Ulrich Witt
2003-04: An Identification of Local Industrial Clusters in Germany
Thomas Brenner
2003-03: The Use of Simulations in Developing
Thomas Brenner and Johann Peter Murmann
2003-02: Long-term Tendencies in Technological Creativity - A Preference-based Approach
Christian Cordes
2003-01: 'Production' in Nature and Production in the Economy - Second Thoughts about Some Basic Economic Concepts
Ulrich Witt
2002-12: Toward a Systematic Framework for Research on Dominant Designs, Technological Innovations, and Industrial Change
Johann Peter Murmann and Koen Frenken
2002-11: The Complex Role of Patents in Creating Technological Competencies: A Cross-National Study of Intellectual Property Right Strategies in the Synthetic Dye Industry, 1850-1914
Johann Peter Murmann
2002-10: Generic Features of Evolution and Its Continuity -- a Transdisciplinary Perspective
Ulrich Witt
2002-09: Stability of Equilibria in Enforcement Games with Increasing Marginal Enforcement Costs
G. v. Wangenheim
2002-08: Market Opportunity and Organizational Grind - The two Sides of Entrepreneurship
Ulrich Witt
2002-07: Entry by Spinoffs
Steven Klepper and S. Sleeper
2002-06: The Economic Effects of Basic Research: Evidence for Embodied Knowledge Transfer via Scientists' Migration
C. Zellner
2002-05: Innovation and Cooperation During the Emergence of Local Industrial Clusters - An Empirical Study in Germany
Thomas Brenner
2002-04: Network Externalities, Critical Masses and Converters. An Evolutionary Analysis
Luciano Andreozzi
2002-03: Creative Destruction in International Trade
Leonard Dudley and J. Moenius
2002-02: Yesterday's Games: Contingency Learning and the Growth of Public Spending
Leonard Dudley and Ulrich Witt
2002-01: Sequential Production, Modular Techniques and Technological Change
Guido Buenstorf
2001-12: How Evolutionary is Schumpeter's Theory of Economic Development?
Ulrich Witt
2001-11: On Repeated Games with Vanishing Actions
R. Joosten
2001-10: Social Cognitive Learning and Group Selection - A Hayekian Model of Societal Evolution
Ulrich Witt
2001-09: Technological Change, Human Capital and Extinction
William Wadman
2001-08: Noisy Decision Makers - On Errors, Noise and Inconsistencies in Economic Behavior
Thomas Brenner and Tilman Slembeck
2001-07: Conceptions vs. Routines - On the Development of Firms and the Evolution of Markets
Ulrich Witt
2001-06: The Evolution of Social Norms and Values by Means of Social Group Selection
Christian Sartorius
2001-05: Designing Clunkers: Demand-Side Innovation and the Early History of the Mountain Bike
Guido Buenstorf
2001-04: Consumption of Sweeteners: An Evolutionary Analysis of Historical Development
Wilhelm Ruprecht
2001-03: Self-organisation, Local Symbiosis and the Emergence of Localised Industrial Clusters
Thomas Brenner
2001-02: Understanding and the Mobilisation of Error - Eliminating Controls in Evolutionary Learning
H. Siegenthaler
2001-01: The Evolutionary Perspective on Economic Policy Making - Does it Make a Difference?
Ulrich Witt
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