Darwinism and economics [Research Reviews]

Arthur J. Robson (2002), 'Evolution and Human Nature', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (2), Spring, 89-106 -- Joseph Henrich (2004), 'Cultural Group Selection, Coevolutionary Processes and Large-scale Cooperation', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 53, 3-35 -- V...

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Main Author: Hodgson, Geoffrey Martin
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
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Language:English
Published: Northampton, MA Edward Elgar 2009
Series:The international library of critical writings in economics series
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Summary:Arthur J. Robson (2002), 'Evolution and Human Nature', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (2), Spring, 89-106 -- Joseph Henrich (2004), 'Cultural Group Selection, Coevolutionary Processes and Large-scale Cooperation', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 53, 3-35 -- Viktor J. Vanberg (2004), 'The Rationality Postulate in Economics: Its Ambiguity, its Deficiency and its Evolutionary Alternative', Journal of Economic Methodology, 11 (1), March, 1-29 -- Herbert A. Simon (2005), 'Darwinism, Altruism and Economics', in Kurt Dopfer (ed) (ed.), The Evolutionary Foundations of Economics, Chapter 4, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 89-104 -- Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis (2005), 'Can Self-interest Explain Cooperation?', Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, 2 (1), 21-41 -- Joseph Fracchia and R.C. Lewontin (1999), 'Does Culture Evolve?', History and Theory, 38 (4), 52-78 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Herbert A. Simon (1990), 'A Mechanism for Social Selection and Successful Altruism', Science, 250, December, 1665-8 -- Paul A. Samuelson (1993), 'The Economics of Altruism: Altruism as a Problem Involving Group versus Individual Selection in Economics and Biology', American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 83 (2), May, 143-8 -- Leda Cosmides and John Tooby (1994), 'Better than Rational: Evolutionary Psychology and the Invisible Hand', American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 84 (2), May, 327-32 -- Donald T. Campbell (1994), 'How Individual and Face-to-Face-Group Selection Undermine Firm Selection in Organizational Evolution', in Joel A.C. Baum (ed) and Jitendra V. Singh (ed) (eds), Evolutionary Dynamics of Organizations, Chapter 2, New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 23-38, references -- Ulrich Witt (1999), 'Bioeconomics as Economics from a Darwinian Perspective', Journal of Bioeconomics, 1 (1), 19-34 --
J.W. Stoelhorst (2007), 'The Naturalist View of Universal Darwinism: An Application to the Evolutionary Theory of the Firm', in Geoffrey Hodgson (ed) (ed.), The Evolution of Economic Institutions: A Critical Reader, Chapter 13, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 233-51 -- Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen (2006), 'Why We Need a Generalized Darwinism, and Why Generalized Darwinism is Not Enough', Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 61, 1-19 -- Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen (2006), 'The Nature and Units of Social Selection', Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 16, 477-89 -- Richard Nelson (2006) 'Evolutionary Social Science and Universal Darwinism', Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 16, 491-510 -- Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen (2008), 'Information, Complexity and Generative Replication', Biology and Philosophy, 23, 47-65
Dan Sperber (2000), 'An Objection to the Memetic Approach to Culture', in Robert Aunger (ed) (ed.), Darwinizing Culture: The Status of Memetics as a Science, Chapter 8, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 163-73 -- John S. Wilkins (2001), 'The Appearance of Lamarckism in the Evolution of Culture', in John Laurent (ed) and John Nightingale (ed) (eds), Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics, Chapter 8, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 160-83 -- Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjørn Knudsen (2006), 'Dismantling Lamarckism: Why Descriptions of Socio-economic Evolution as Lamarckian are Misleading', Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 16, 343-66 -- John Nightingale (2000), 'Universal Darwinism and Social Research: The Case of Economics', in William A. Barnett (ed), Carl Chiarella (ed), Steve Keen (ed), Robert Marks (ed) and Hermann Schnabl (ed) (eds), Commerce, Complexity, and Evolution, Chapter 2, Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 21-36
Alexander J. Field (2001), 'Prologue: The World's First Prisoner's Dilemma Experiment', in Altruistically Inclined? The Behavioral Sciences, Evolutionary Theory, and the Origins of Reciprocity, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1-27, references -- Jack J. Vromen (2001), 'The Human Agent in Evolutionary Economics', in John Laurent (ed) and John Nightingale (ed) (eds), Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics, Chapter 9, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 184-208 -- Joseph Henrich, Robert Boyd, Samuel Bowles, Colin Camerer, Ernst Fehr, Herbert Gintis and Richard McElreath (2001), 'In Search of Homo Economicus: Behavioral Experiments in 15 Small-Scale Societies', American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 91 (2), May, 73-8 -- Theodore C. Bergstrom (2002), 'Evolution of Social Behavior: Individual and Group Selection', Journal of Economic Perspectives, 16 (2), Spring, 67-88 --
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