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The Philosophy of Economics: An Anthology

@inproceedings{Hausman1984ThePO,
  title={The Philosophy of Economics: An Anthology},
  author={Daniel M. Hausman},
  year={1984}
}
Part I. Classic Discussions: 1. On the definition and method of political economy John Stuart Mill 2. Objectivity and understanding in economics Max Weber 3. The nature and significance of economic science Lionel Robbins 4. Economics and human action Frank Knight 5. Philosophical foundations of economics: three texts Karl Marx 6. The limitations of marginal utility Thorstein Veblen Part II. Positivist and Popperian Views: 7. The methodology of positive economics Milton Friedman 8. Testability… 

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