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Advances in evolutionary institutional economics: evolutionary mechanisms non-knowledge and strategy

Contributor(s): Hanappi, Hardy [Editor] | Elsner, Wolfram [Editor].
Series: Studies in evolutionary political economy series. Publisher: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd. 2008Description: ix, 245 p. With CD at Acc.No.CD1468.ISBN: 9781847209085.Subject(s): Evolutionary economics | Institutional economicsDDC classification: 330.1 Summary: Some famous pioneers together with the most promising new practitioners in the field show within this book how they define their subject. This is an authoritative survey of important branches of evolutionary economics, containing innovative new perspectives on market dynamics and evolutionary institutional mechanisms. The authors also tackle enduring problems in the field such as profound uncertainty and the significance of knowledge in economics. This coherent and focused book will appeal to a wide variety of scholars involved in evolutionary and institutional economics, and evolutionary theory. It will also appeal to researchers and students at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com
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Some famous pioneers together with the most promising new practitioners in the field show within this book how they define their subject. This is an authoritative survey of important branches of evolutionary economics, containing innovative new perspectives on market dynamics and evolutionary institutional mechanisms. The authors also tackle enduring problems in the field such as profound uncertainty and the significance of knowledge in economics. This coherent and focused book will appeal to a wide variety of scholars involved in evolutionary and institutional economics, and evolutionary theory. It will also appeal to researchers and students at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com

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