Micro-meso-macro

@article{Dopfer2004Micromesomacro,
  title={Micro-meso-macro},
  author={Kurt Dopfer and John Foster and J. Potts},
  journal={Journal of Evolutionary Economics},
  year={2004},
  volume={14},
  pages={263-279}
}
Abstract.Building on the ontology of evolutionary realism recently proposed by Dopfer and Potts (forthcoming), we develop an analytical framework for evolutionary economics with a micro-meso-macro architecture. The motive for reconception is to make clear the highly complex and emergent nature of existence and change in economic evolution. For us, the central insight is that an economic system is a population of rules, a structure of rules, and a process of rules. The economic system is a rule… 
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