11.3 Η Προσέγγιση της Μεγέθυνσης Σύμφωνα με τον Veblen

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Further Reading List

Hodgson G. (1998) On the evolution of Thorstein Veblen’s evolutionary economics, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Cambridge Political Economy Society, 22,415-431.

Hodgson M.G. (2007) The Revival of Veblenian Institutional Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. XLI No. 2, June.

Hodgson M.G. (2012) Thorstein Veblen: The Father of Evolutionary and Institutional Economics pp. 283-296, Anthem Other Canon Series, London and New York: Wimbledon, Anthem Press.

Lawson T. (2002) Clarence Ayres Memorial Lecture Should Economics Be an Evolutionary Science? Veblen’s Concern and Philosophical Legacy, Journal of economic issues, vol. Xxxvi no. 2, June.

Thorstein V. (2013) Why is Economics not an Evolutionary Science? The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 12, No. 4 (July 1898), pp. 373-397.

Weed F.J. (1981) Interpreting “Institutions” in Veblen’s Evolutionary Theory, The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 67-78.