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- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 54.95
First published in 1987, Professor O'Sullivan's work provides an in depth philosophical examination of the foundations of method in Economics and other human sciences. The argument is unabashedly dialectical in the great Socratic-Platonic tradition, and the reissue will be very welcome to all students of methodology, in particular those students of... more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2011; US$ 56.00
This unique and thought-provoking book has been designed for anyone genuinely interested in unlocking the mysteries of how an economy works, or is interested in a serious explanation of the operation of a market economy. It concerns entrepreneurs, value added, the nature of the market, radical uncertainty, Say's Law and the causes of the business cycle.... more...
- VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften 2011; US$ 18.23
Auf Thomas Hobbes geht die Feststellung zurück, Absurdität sei ein Privileg des Menschen: Nur ein rationales Wesen ist offensichtlich der Irrationalität fähig. Während das, was außerhalb des Bereichs der Rationalität liegt, ?arational? zu nennen wäre, setzt Irrationalität einen Verstoß innerhalb des Geltungsbereichs der Vernunft voraus. Wie lassen... more...
- Gabler Verlag 2008; US$ 42.84
Jochen Scheuer analysiert die Verordnung des Lizenzkartellrechts aus ökonomischer Sicht und vergleicht sie mit den US-amerikanischen ?Guidelines for the Licensing of Intellectual Property?. Er kommt zu dem Ergebnis, dass die Chance verspielt wurde, das Lizenzkartellrecht in Europa so zu justieren, dass eine Verwässerung der Innovationsanreize verhindert... more...
- Edward Elgar Publishing 2011; US$ 40.00
This highly illuminating book marks a significant stage in our growing understanding of how the development of national traditions of economic thought has been affected by both internal and external factors. The expert contributors set an explicit agenda for the study of the dissemination of economic ideas across four centuries, acknowledging that... more...
- Gabler Verlag 2011; US$ 72.67
Stephania Bonilla analyzes the dynamics of sovereign debt relations and looks at how the incentive structures of the parties involved can have implications on odious debt. She specifically looks at the role of international law in the reputation mechanism sustaining creditor-debtor relations. more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 24.95 US$ 21.99
How to become a trusted resource for consumers in a society of constant manipulation People decide who to trust, what advice to heed, and which individuals to forge personal or transactional relationships with based on a simple metric of believability. Success, in turn, comes from understanding one basic principle: how to be more trusted. Likeonomics... more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 21.99 US$ 19.50
A guide to the study of how and why you really make financial decisions While classical economics is based on the notion that people act with rational self-interest, many key money decisions—like splurging on an expensive watch—can seem far from rational. The field of behavioral economics sheds light on the many subtle and not-so-subtle... more...
- Springer New York 2011; US$ 195.26
This reader in the history of economic thought challenges the assumption that today?s prevailing economic theories are always the most appropriate ones. As Leland Yeager has pointed out, unlike the scientists of the natural sciences, economists provide their ideas largely to politicians and political appointees who have rather different incentives... more...