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032/2009: Theories of economic development in the Scottish enlightenment Downloads
Alexander Dow and Sheila Dow
031/2009: A Behavioural Perspective on Keynesian Decision Theory Downloads
Martin Jones
030/2009: Ideology and Intention: Moral Imperatives and the Practice of Economics Downloads
David Donald and Alan Hutton
029/2009: History of economics: Learning from the past Downloads
Alexander Dow and Sheila Dow
028/2009: Knowledge, Communication and the Scottish Enlightenment Downloads
Sheila Dow
027/2009: Imagination, illusion and delusion Downloads
Brian Loasby
026/2009: Variety of economic judgment and monetary policy-making by committee Downloads
Sheila Dow, Matthias Klaes and Alberto Montagnoli
025/2008: Can economics contribute to moral life? Downloads
Piet Keizer
024/2008: What Niklas Luhmann might have said of carbon trading Downloads
David Campbell and Matthias Klaes
023/2008: Risk and uncertainty in central bank signals Downloads
Sheila Dow, Matthias Klaes and Alberto Montagnoli
022/2008: The psychology of financial markets: Keynes, Minsky and emotional finance Downloads
Sheila Dow
021/2008: Beyond sociology: structure, agency, and strategy among tenants in India Downloads
Wendy Olsen
020/2007: The social science of economics Downloads
Brian Loasby
019/2007: Representations of knowledge in monetary policy processes: a discursive perspective Downloads
Dana Gabor
018/2007: The ethics of efficiency Downloads
Irene van Staveren
017/2007: Individual deliberation, moral autonomy and emotions: Rousseau on citizenship Downloads
Christophe Salvat
016/2007: Hayek's challenge to economists Downloads
Brian Loasby
015/2007: e-Commerce as a sign: The diffusion of electronic commerce in the UK ceramic industry Downloads
Thea Hinde
014/2007: Market masculinities and electronic trading Downloads
Matthias Klaes, Geoffrey Lightfoot and Simon Lilley
013/2007: Uncertainty and growth: the case of transition economies Downloads
Andrej Susjan and Tjasa Redek
012/2006: Rationality and its bounds: Re-framing social framing Downloads
Matthias Klaes
011/2006: Plurality in economics Downloads
Sheila Dow
010/2005: Keynes and postmodernism Downloads
Matthias Klaes
009/2005: The paths of classical political economy and Walrasian economics through Bowles and Gintis’ rendering of post Walrasian economics Downloads
John Finch and Robert McMaster
008/2004: Paradigms and 'epistemes' in the history of economic thought Downloads
Iara Onate
007/2004: Variety of Opinion and the Speculative Demand for Money: An Analysis in Terms of Fuzzy Concepts Downloads
Sheila Dow and Dipak Ghosh
006/2004: Evolutionary economics: In defence of ‘vagueness’ Downloads
Matthias Klaes
005/2003: The future for schools of thought in pluralist economics Downloads
Sheila Dow
004/2003: Closed models and open systems Downloads
Brian Loasby
003/2003: Algorithmic economics: A plea for natural economic history Downloads
Matthias Klaes
002/2003: Uncertainty and monetary policy Downloads
Sheila Dow
001/2003: Connecting principles, new combinations and routines Downloads
Brian Loasby
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