Economics for a creative world: a response to comments

@article{Koppl2014EconomicsFA,
  title={Economics for a creative world: a response to comments},
  author={R. Koppl and S. Kauffman and Teppo Felin and G. Longo},
  journal={Journal of Institutional Economics},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={61 - 68}
}
Abstract In response to Pelikan, Witt, Foster, and Colander, we reiterate our main contributions: (1) our more careful demonstration of why ‘mechanistic’ models have limited application, (2) our account of novelty as a system-level phenomenon, and (3) our identification of ‘novelty intermediation’ as important to creative economic dynamics. We also address some of the criticisms raised by the commenters. Pavel Pelikan's idea of stochastic causality does not somehow eliminate unprestateable… Expand
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