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The role of Dutch auctions and lotteries in shaping the art market(s) of 17th century Holland
Abstract This article examines institution-formation in the nascent art markets of 17th century Amsterdam and Haarlem in response to external and internal pressures on artists' guilds. In Amsterdam,Expand
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The Popperian Legacy in Economics
This volume examines just why and in what sense, Sir Karl Popper's view of empirical falsifiability as the distinguishing characteristic of science has found appeal among economists. The limitationsExpand
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Popper and the LSE economists
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Art, Value, and Market Practices in the Netherlands in the Seventeenth Century
This study explores ways of integrating mentalities and ideas with practices in attempting to understand the production, copying, selling, and collecting of art in the Netherlands during theExpand
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Appraising Economic Theories
The methodology of economics has long been dominated by the writings of Karl Popper and Imre Lakatos, two outstanding philosophers of science in the post-war period. This major new book focuses onExpand
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History and Methodology of Econometrics
Introduction: Neil de Marchi. Part 1 Conceptual puzzles before Cowles: autonomy, John Aldrich a re-analysis of confluence analysis, David Hendry some contributions of US agricultural economists andExpand
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Mapping Markets for Paintings in Europe, 1450-1750
DESCRIPTION: Over the course of the fifteenth century easel paintings edged out tapestries, frescoes and wood inlay pictures on the walls of private dwellings. Millions of such paintings wereExpand
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Milton Friedman: Economics in Theory and Practice
This work aims to place Milton Friedman's methodology as an economist advocating monetary growth rules, market deregulation and other radical "positive" economic ideas, in the broad perspective ofExpand
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