in the fields of institutional and evolutionary economics who apply cutting-edge research to one of the most controversial issues of our day, namely, the role of the state.
The authors offer a sound
areas such as political economy and economic geography.
With new perspectives on how the debate surrounding path dependence has evolved, this book will strongly appeal to postgraduate
This volume proposes evolutionary microeconomics as a synthesis of the collective schools of heterodox economic thought with complex systems theory and graph theory. The text charts a research
Evolutionary economics gained acceptance for the study of industrialized countries during the 1990s but has, as yet, contributed little to the study of world income inequality.
"Property Rights, Consumption and the Market Process" extends property rights theory in new and exciting directions by combining complementary insights from Austrian, institutional and evolutionary
This wide-ranging Handbook is the first major compilation of the theoretical and empirical research that is forging the new and exciting paradigm of evolutionary economic geography.
Classical microeconomics is intended to explain how a price system is able to coordinate the economic agents. But even if it can be extended to incomplete information and externalities, it remains
for institutional and evolutionary economics. Vital reading on one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing areas of research today, "The Evolution of Economic Institutions" will be of great interest to researchers
economics and evolutionary or institutional economics. Hamilton defines classical economists as all those in the economic mainstream, from Adam Smith to John Maynard Keynes, and institutional economists