Evolutionary and Institutional Economics as the New Mainstream?

  title={Evolutionary and Institutional Economics as the New Mainstream?},
  author={G. Hodgson},
  journal={Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review},
  • G. Hodgson
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review
  • Mainstream economics has changed radically since the 1980s, offering greatly enhanced opportunities for intervention by evolutionary and institutional economics. This article surveys the extent of this transformation and the extent that mainstream economics has moved in an evolutionary and institutional direction. There are also signs of a possible gestalt shift in the social sciences, where rules are seen as constitutive of social relations and social reality. This contrasts with the former… CONTINUE READING
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