Vol. 41 Nbr. 1, March 2007
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- Principles of institutional-evolutionary political economy--converging themes from the schools of heterodoxy.
- Economic restructuring in Iraq: intended and unintended consequences.
- Thailand's financial crisis: its causes, consequences, and implications.
- Industrial policy and economic development: Korea's experience.
- Macroeconomic stabilization through an employer of last resort.
- Turning economics into an evolutionary science: Veblen, the selection metaphor, and analogical thinking.
- How can institutional economics be an evolutionary science?
- The decline of the middle class: an international perspective.
- The bubble machine: relative capital valuation, distributive shares and capital gains.
- Norm-based behavior and corporate malpractice.
- Heterodox theoretical convergence: possibility or pipe dream?
- A response to Christian Cordes and Clifford Poirot.
- Can a generalized Darwinism be criticized? A rejoinder to Geoffrey Hodgson.
- Winners and Losers in Globalization.
- Cultures Merging: A Historical and Economic Critique of Culture.
- Henry George's Legacy in Economic Thought.
- International Migration and Economic Development: Lessons from Low-Income Countries.
- Veblen in Plain English: A Complete Introduction to Thorstein Veblen's Economics.
- The Limits of Market Organization.
- Is War Necessary for Economic Growth: Military Procurement and Technology Development.
- The End of Poverty: Economic Possibilities for Our Time.
- Ethics and the Pharmaceutical Industry.
- Safeguarding Financial Stability: Theory and Practice.
- The Moral Economy of Class: Class and Attitudes in Comparative Perspective.