Bibliografia – Filosofia da economia e Metodologia económica

Filosofia da Economia

H Kincaid and D Ross (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Economics

N Stern, The Economics of Climate Change 

E McClennen, Rationality and Dynamic Choice

M Friedman, Essays in Positive Economics

A Sen, Development as Freedom

N Cartwright, Hunting Causes and Using Them

J Reiss, Error in Economics

D Hausman, The Inexact and Separate Science of Economics

S H Heap et al., The Theory of Choice

D Hausman and M McPherson, Economic Analysis, Moral Philosophy, and Public Policy

D Hausman (ed), The Philosophy of Economics: An Anthology

D Kahneman et al., Judgment under Uncertainty

A Sen, The Idea of Justice

Filosofia da Economia e Metodologia económica

Bibliography

The following bibliography is not comprehensive. It generally avoids separate citations for methodological essays in collections. It does not list separately the essays on economic methodology from the special issues on philosophy and economics of Philosophical Forum (vol. 14, no. 3-4, Spring-Summer, 1983), or Richerche Economiche, vol. 43, no. 1-2, January-June, 1989.

Readers may want to consult the Journal of Economic Methodology, vol. 8 #1, March 2001 Millennium symposium on “The Past, Present and Future of Economic Methodology”. For an encyclopedic overview of economic methodology, see the Handbook of Economic Methodology edited by Davis, Hands, and Mäki. For a comprehensive bibliography of works on economic methodology through 1988, see Redman 1989. Essays from economics journals are indexed in The Journal of Economic Literature, and the Index of Economic Articles in Journal and Collective Volumes also indexes collections. Since 1991, works on methodology can be found under the number B4. Works on ethics and economics can be found under the numbers A13, D6, and I3. Discussions of rationality and game theory can be found under A1, C7, D00, D7, D8, and D9.

Economic methodology

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