Vol. 41 Nbr. 3, September 2007
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- The impact of foreign direct investment, financial crises and organizational culture on managers' views as to the finance-growth Nexus.
- Effective central bank communication under uncertainty.
- The impact of workers' compensation experience-rating on discriminatory hiring practices.
- Competition, selection and Rock and Roll: the economics of payola and authenticity.
- U.S. decline in the context of formal education and in situ learning.
- Charter schools in Arizona: does being a for-profit institution make a difference?
- The role of "instincts" in the development of corporate cultures.
- Policymaking and learning actors, or is a 'double movement' in cognition possible?
- Karl Polanyi and return of the "primitive" in institutional economics.
- Professor Lester and the neoclassicals: the 'marginalist controversy' and the postwar academic debate over minimum wage legislation: 1945-1950.
- Toward an Evolutionary Economics: the 'Theory of the Individual' in Thorstein Veblen and Joseph Schumpeter.
- Veblen and the problem of rationality.
- Do conservative governments make a difference in fiscal policy? Evidence from the U.S. and the U.K.
- The Economics of Microfinance.
- Institutional Reforms: The Case of Colombia.
- Credit Markets for the Poor.
- Sufficient Reason: Volitional Pragmatism and the Meaning of Economic Institutions.
- Alan Greenspan: The Oracle Behind the Curtain.
- Kicking Away the Ladder: Development Strategy in Historical Perspective.
- A People's History of Science: Miners, Midwives, and "Low Mechanicks.".
- The Evolution of Creditary Structures and Controls.
- Judge and Jury: American Tort Law on Trial.
- Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Utility: Happiness in Philosophical and Economic Thought.
- Poverty, Work, and Freedom: Political Economy and the Moral Order.
- Vienna & Chicago: Friends or Foes? A Tale of Two Schools of Free-Market Economics.
- Marxian Reproduction Schema: Money and Aggregate Demand in a Capitalist Economy.
- The Globalizers: The IMF, the World Bank and Their Borrowers.