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An Introduction to Behavioral Economics
PARTI: INTRODUCTION.- Nature of Behavioral Economics.- Methodology.- PARTII: FOUNDATIONS.- Values, Preferences and Choices.- Beliefs, Heuristics and Biases.- Decision-making under Risk andExpand
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Ten essentials for action-oriented and second order energy transitions, transformations and climate change research
The most critical question for climate research is no longer about the problem, but about how to facilitate the transformative changes necessary to avoid catastrophic climate-induced change. Expand
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The birth of the concept of transaction costs: issues and controversies
This paper investigates the emergence of the concept of transaction costs in modern economics and explores three controversial issues of the 1970s which keep economists busy to this day: transactionExpand
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The History of the Concept of Transaction Costs: Neglected Aspects
  • M. Klaes
  • Economics
  • Journal of the History of Economic Thought
  • 1 June 2000
According to the folk history of transaction costs, the concept is due to a seminal article by Ronald H. Coase, written in the 1930s. Failing to provide an operational framework, Coase's article wasExpand
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Do economists make markets? On the performativity of economics, edited by Donald MacKenzie, Fabian Muniesa, and Lucia Siu. Princeton University Press, 2007, 371 pages
  • M. Klaes
  • Economics
  • Economics and Philosophy
  • 1 November 2009
scenarios of game theory, one might readily identify them formally. It takes Pickering a dense book to spell them out historiographically for a particular episode in the history of high-energyExpand
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Rationality and its bounds: Re-framing social framing
The concept of bounded rationality has been at the forefront of a recent empiricist program in economics which under the heading of ‘behavioral economics ‘ seeks to broaden the rational choiceExpand
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A Conceptual History of the Emergence of Bounded Rationality
Whereas multiple interpretations of the concept of bounded rationality are currently enthusiastically employed by a wide range of academics, their colleagues of one hundred years ago did not haveExpand
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Evolutionary economics: In defence of ‘vagueness’
Evolutionary economics is an increasingly influential but vaguely defined field of economic research. This article discusses different ways of defining evolutionary economics: at its object level, atExpand
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Reflexivity: curse or cure?
Reflexivity has been argued to be self‐defeating and potentially devastating for the sociology of scientific knowledge. We first survey various meanings associated with the concept of reflexivity andExpand
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