Vol. 38 Nbr. 1, March 2004
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- Assessing deregulation: the clash between promise and reality.
- Veblen's theory of finance capitalism and contemporary corporate America.
- Healthy economics healing autistic accounting theory: visiting a neglected area of institutional economics.
- A model of network capitalism: basic ideas and post-Soviet evidence.
- Analyzing job mobility with job turnover intentions: an international comparative study.
- Policy orthodoxies, the minimum wage, and the challenge of social science.
- Karl Mannheim, Max Weber, and the problem of social rationality in Thorstein Veblen.
- On institutional rationality.
- Endogenous preferences and embeddedness: a reappraisal of Karl Polanyi.
- The three laws of thermodynamics and the theory of production.
- Institutions and land-use conflicts: harm, dispute processing, and transactions.
- Planning in the housing market and Bellamy's influence on private governments.
- Policy option: tort law versus social insurance as solutions to certain medical problems.
- The market as traffic--an economic metaphor.
- Confronting Consumption.
- Towards a Well-Functioning Economy: The Evolution of Economic Systems and Decision-Making.
- Veblen in Perspective: His Life and Thought.
- Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy.
- Making Money: An Insider's Perspective on Finance, Politics, and Canada's Central Bank.
- Distant Proximities: Dynamics beyond Globalization.
- The Philosophy of Keynes' Economics: Probability, Uncertainty, and Convention.
- Rethinking Sustainability: Power, Knowledge, and Institutions.
- Reforming Korea's Industrial Conglomerates.
- Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide.
- The Enigma of Globalization: A Journey to a New Stage of Capitalism.
- Books received.
- In memory.