Alternative evolutionary theories: A historical survey

@article{Levit2008AlternativeET,
  title={Alternative evolutionary theories: A historical survey},
  author={G. Levit and Kay Meister and U. Ho{\ss}feld},
  journal={Journal of Bioeconomics},
  year={2008},
  volume={10},
  pages={71-96}
}
Our overview has the objective of making our study relevant to bioeconomists. The need for the ‘alternatives’ to the Synthetic Theory of Evolution in social-economic studies was substantiated, for example, by Colombatto (Journal of Bioeconomics, 5, 1–25, 2003), who maintains that the natural-selection theory is ‘ill suited’ to describing evolutionary processes in economics. He proposed an alternative ‘non-Darwinian’ approach by equating the ‘non-Darwinian’ approach with a definite version of… Expand
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