Edited by Geoffrey M. Hodgson, Warren J. Samuels and Marc R. Tool
Biology and Economics When we look at the histories of economic and biological thought, we discover a remarkable cross-fertilization of ideas. Economics has always had identifiable ‘bio-foundations’, suitably mixed with philosophical notions to pr...
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