The Evolution of Institutional Economics: Agency, Structure, and Darwinism in American Institutionalism
Psychology Press, 2004 - 534 síđur
This exciting new book from Geoffrey Hodgson is eagerly awaited by social scientists from many different backgrounds. This book charts the rise, fall and renewal of institutional economics in the critical, analytical and readable style that Hodgson's fans have come to know and love, and that a new generation of readers will surely come to appreciate.
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