Vol. 38 Nbr. 3, September 2004
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- Evolutionary game theory and Thorstein Veblen's evolutionary economics: is EGT Veblenian?
- Keeping labor productive: Veblen's notion of reserve capacity and procyclical productivity analysis.
- Evolving technologies and market structures: Schumpeterian gales of creative destruction and the United Kingdom Internet service providers' market.
- Rural entrepreneurs in Russia and the Ukraine: origins, motivations, and institutional change.
- The French system of direct and indirect family transfers and the principles of justice.
- A modest proposal for institutional economics.
- To be a heterodox economist: the contested landscape of American economics, 1960s and 1970s.
- John Rae and Thorstein Veblen.
- Adam Smith, Allyn Young, and the division of labor.
- Megacorporate globalization at bay: the interrelation of David Korten with institutional economics.
- Response to Richard Brinkman.
- Rejoinder to David C. Korten.
- Suggestions to effectuate a multiparadigmatic approach to the teaching of principles of economics.
- "Suggestions to effectuate a multiparadigmatic approach to the teaching of principles of economics": a reply.
- A resource to evaluate welfare reform: the Survey of Program Dynamics (SPD).
- Institutional Analysis and Economic Policy.
- Reorienting Economics.
- Complex Systems Theory and Development Practice.
- Naming the System: Inequality and Work in the Global Economy.
- The Persistence of Poverty in the United States.
- The Yo-Yo Yen and the Future of the Japanese Economy.
- World Financial Orders: an Historical International Political Economy.
- The Perilous Road to the Market-The Political Economy of Reform in Russia, India, and China.
- Machine Dreams: Economics Becomes a Cyborg Science.
- Capital Flows and Crises.
- The Crisis in Economics: the Post-Autistic Economics Movement: the First 600 Days.
- Books received.