[OPE-L] Pluralist Economics Review - February 2008

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February 2008

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Evolutionary and Institutional Economics as the New Mainstream?,
Geoffrey Hodgson
Economists, Value Judgments, and Climate Change: A
From Feminist Economics, Julie A. Nelson
ecosystem services as productive inputs, Edward B. Barbier
How much
economic freedom is necessary for economic growth? Theory and evidence,
Morris Altman
Monetary Therapy Contraindicated, Jacque Sapir
An extension of the labour theory of value, Vladimir N. Pokrovskii
Top Papers from New Orleans

Entrepreneurship and Innovation:
The (Micro) Theory of Price and Profit, William Baumol
The FOMC vs.
the Staff: Where Can Monetary Policymakers Add Value?, Christina D. Romer

Are Elite Universities Losing their Competitive Edge?, Han Kim,
Adair Morse and Luigi Zingales
Superstar Extinction, Pierre Azoulay,
Joshua Zivin and Jialan Wang
Disasters and Recoveries, Francois
35,000 Principles Students: Some Lessons Learned, Kenneth G.
Elzinga and Daniel Melaugh
Assessing A Proficiency Based Economics
Program: Weathering The Perfect Storm While Thriving In A New Environment,
Steven C. Myers, Michael A. Nelson and Richard W. Stratton
Innovation by SMEs &Large Firms: Sector Structure and Dynamics,
Wilfred Dolfsma
The Future of the IMF and World Bank, Raghuram Rajan

Designing Institutions to Deal with Terrorism, Martin Feldstein
The Long Run Determinants of the US External Imbalances, Andrea Ferrero

The Greatest Auction in History, Preston McAfee, Simon Wilkie, John
Is Russia's Growth a "Flash in the Pan?", Daniel
Berkowitz, Yadviga Semikolenova
Articles You May Have Missed

Brief Account of a General Mathematical Theory of Political
Economy, William Stanley Jevons
The Performance of Peer Review and a
Beauty Contest of Referee Processes of Economics Journals, Christian
Seidl, Ulrich Schmidt and Peter Gr?e
The Economy

Real State Of T he Union 2008 By The Numbers, Campaign for America's
The gloomy gospel according to George Soros, Salon
Britain cannot escape US recession, The Guardian, George Soros
U.S. economy is Topic No. 1 at World Economic Forum,
Economics in
the News

The Free Market: A False Idol After All? , The New
York Times


The Myth of the Rational Voter:
Why Democracies Choose Bad Policies, Reviewed by Prema Popat and Benjamin
Understanding American Capitalism, Its Consequences &
Alternatives, Reviewed by Patrice Greanville

The Sixty-Year Storm, George Soros
Two Energy Futures, Jeroen van
der Veer
Automatic Savers, Robert J. Shiller
Three Cures for
Three Crises, J. Bradford DeLong
Economists' Blogs

Brad DeLong
Paul Krugman
Greg Mankiw
Marginal Revolution
Mark Thoma
Dani Rodrik
International Political Economy Zone

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