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Título The evolution of institutional economics: Agency, structure and Darwinism in American InstitutionalismLibros / Impreso - Libros
Autor(es) Hodgson, Geoffrey Martin (Autor)
Publicación London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2004
Descripción Física xxiii, 534 páginas
Idioma Inglés;
Series Economics as social theory
ISBN 0415322537
Clasificación(es) 330.1552
HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS SOCIALES
Materia(s) Economía institucional; Economía evolucionaria; Agente (Filosofía); Estructura social;
Nota(s) Incluye referencia bibliográfica e índice
CONTENIDO: Nature and scope. -- Agency and structure. -- Objections and explanations. -- Darwinism and the Victorian social sciences. -- Charles Darwin, Herbert Spencer and the human species. -- Precursors of Emergence and multiple-level evolution. -- Veblenian institutionalism. -- The beginnings of veblenian institutionalism. -- The Darwinian mind of Thorstein Veblen. -- Veblen's evolutionary institutionalism. -- The instinct of workmanship and the pecuniary culture. -- A wrong turning : science and the machine process. -- Missed connections : creative synthesis and emergent evolution. -- The launch of institutional economics and the loss of its veblenian ballast. -- Institutionalism into the wilderness. -- John R. Commons and the tangled jungle. -- Wesley Mitchell and the triumph of macroeconomics. -- The maverick institutionalism of Frank Knight. -- The evolution of Clarence Ayres. -- The Ayresian dichotomies : Ayres versus Veblen. -- The decline of institutional economics. -- Beginning the reconstruction of institutional economics. -- The potential revival of veblenian institutionalism. -- On individuals and institutions. -- Conclusion and beginning
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