Complexity and the History of Economic Thought

Complexity and the History of Economic Thought

by David Colander
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0415133564

ISBN-13: 9780415133562

Pub. Date: 07/11/2000

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

This book consists of twelve studies on the issues of complexity and the history of economic thought. The studies relate complexity to the ideas of specific economists such as Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Alfred Marshall and Ragnar Frisch.

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This book consists of twelve studies on the issues of complexity and the history of economic thought. The studies relate complexity to the ideas of specific economists such as Adam Smith, Karl Marx, Alfred Marshall and Ragnar Frisch.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415133562
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
07/11/2000
Series:
Perspectives on the History of Economic Thought Series
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.69(d)
Lexile:
1450L (what's this?)

Table of Contents

Introductory Material

1. James Wible, University of New Hampshire, What is Complexity?

2. David Colander, Middlebury College, A Thumbnail Sketch of Complexity in the History of Thought

Complexity in th eHistory of Economic Thought

3. Nathan Rosenberg, Stanford University, Babbage in a Complex World

4. Pater Hans Matthews, Middlebury College, Did Marx Know the Way to Santa Fe? Reflections on Evolution, Complexity and Classical Functionalism

5. James Wible, University of New Hampshire, Complexity, Peirce's Economics and Philosophy: An Exploratin of his Critique of Simon Newcomb

6. David Levy, George Mason University, Premature Death of Path Dependence

7. Francisco Louca, Universidad Tecnica de Lisboa, Complexity, Chaos, and Randomness: Ragnar Frisch and the Enigma of the Lost Manuscript

Methodological Issues

8. Alex Viskavotoff, Will Complexity Turn Economics into Sociology?

9. Flavio Comim, University of Cambridge, Marshall and the Role of Common Sense in Complex Systems

10. Mark Picton, Monash University, The Exchange of Analogies Between Economics and Biology

Alternative Perspectives on Complexity

11. Robert Prasch , Vassar College, Complexity and Economic Method: An Institutionalist Perspective/

12. Michael Montgomery, University of Maine, Complexity Theory: An Austrian Perspective

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