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Notes and Comments in Academic Journals

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2015

44. (2015) ‘On Defining Institutions: Rules versus Equilibria’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 11(3), September 2015, pp. 499-505.

2014

43. (With J. W. Stoelhorst) ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on the Future of Institutional and evolutionary Economics’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 10(4), December 2014, pp. 513-40.

42. (With Denise Dollimore) ‘Four Essays on Economic Evolution: An Introduction’, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 24, 2014, pp. 1-10.

2013

41. ‘Clarifying Generalized Darwinism: A reply to Scholz and Reydon’, Organization Studies, 34(7), July.

40. The Enduring Relevance of Darwin’s Theory of Morality, BioScience, 63(7), July, pp. 513-14.

39. ‘Sex on the Brain: Some Comments on “Love, War and Cultures: An Institutional Approach to Human Evolution”’, Journal of Bioeconomics, 15(1), 2013, pp. 91-95.

38. ‘Editorial Introduction to “Ownership” by A, M. Honoré’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 9(2), June 2013, pp. 223-6.

2012

37. ‘From Social Theory to Explaining Sickonomics: A Response to Dimitris Milonakis and Ben Fine’, Review of Social Economy, 70(4). December, pp. 492-507.

36. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen) ‘Underqualified - Maximal Generality in Darwinian Explanation: A Response to Matt Gers’, Biology and Philosophy, 2012, 27(4), pp. 607-14.

35. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen) ‘Please May we Join the Veblen Club? – A Response to John Hall’, Journal of Economic Issues, 46(1), March 2012, pp. 241-2.

34. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen) ‘Agreeing on Generalised Darwinism: A Response to Pavel Pelikan’, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 22(1), 2012, pp. 9-18.

2011

33. (With Mark Blyth, Orion Lewis, and Sven Steinmo, ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on the Evolution of Institutions’, Journal of Institutional Economics¸ 7(3), September 2011, pp. 299-315.

32. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen) ‘Poverty of stimulus and absence of cause: some questions for Felin and Foss’, Journal of Institutional Economics¸ 7(2), June 2011, pp. 295-8.

2009

31. Introduction and annotations to 'The Limitations of Marginal Utility' by Thorstein Veblen, Journal of Institutional Economics, 5(3), December 2009, pp. 379-97.

30. Editorial introduction to ‘Marx To-Day: Capitalism and Socialism’ by John R. Commons, Journal of Institutional Economics, 5(1), April 2009, pp. 117-36. ISSN 1744-1374.

2008

28. After 1929 Economics Changed: Will Economists Wake up in 2009? Real-World Economics Review, no. 48, 6 December 2008, pp. 273-8.

28. Editorial introduction to W. Jethro Brown, ‘The Personality of the Corporation and the State’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 4(2), August 2008, pp. 255-73. ISSN 1744-1374.

27. Editorial introduction to ‘Capital’ by Frank A. Fetter, Journal of Institutional Economics, 4(1), April 2008, pp. 127-37. ISSN 1744-1374.

26. (With Ian Gough, Garry Runciman, Ruth Mace and Michael Rustin) ‘Darwinian Evolutionary Theory and the Social Sciences’, 21st Century Society, 3(1), February 2008, pp. 65-86.

2007

25. An Interview with Oliver Williamson, Journal of Institutional Economics, 3(3), December 2007, pp. 373-86. ISSN 1744-1374.

24. Hodgson, G. 2007. ‘¿Desconocemos los hechos cuando son inconvenientes? Respuesta al profesor Gorbaneff’ (‘Do we ignore the facts if they are inconvenient? A reply to Professor Gorbaneff’), Revista de Economía Institucional, 9, no. 16, pp. 329-332.

23. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen) Evolutionary Theorizing Beyond Lamarckism: A Reply to Richard Nelson’, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 17(3), June 2007, pp. 353-9.

22. Editorial introduction to ‘The Impossibility of Social Democracy’ by Albert E. F. Schäffle, Journal of Institutional Economics, 3(1), April 2007, pp. 113-25.

21. ‘A Response to Christian Cordes and Clifford Poirot’, Journal of Economic Issues, 41(1), March 2007, pp. 265-76.

20. ‘Rationality versus Program-Based Behavior’, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 30(1), February 2007, pp. 29-30.

2006

19. (With Thorbjørn Knudsen), ‘Cultural Evolution is More than Neurological Evolution’, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 29(4), August 2006, pp. 356-7.

18. Editorial introduction to ‘Economic Theory and Economic History’, by Werner Sombart, Journal of Institutional Economics, 2(1), April 2006, pp. 109-12.

17. 'Characterizing Institutional and Heterodox Economics - A Reply to Tony Lawson', Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, 2(2), March 2006, pp. 213-33.

2005

16. Editorial introduction to ‘Institution’, by Walton H. Hamilton, Journal of Institutional Economics, 1(2), December 2005, pp. 233-5.

15. Editorial for first issue of Journal of Institutional Economics, 1(1), June 2005, pp. i-ii.

14. Editorial introduction to ‘The Present Position in Economics’, by Alfred Marshall, Journal of Institutional Economics1(1), June 2005, pp. 121-4.

2004

13. ‘Welcoming the Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review’, Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review, 1(1), November 2004, pp. 3-4.

12. ‘Hayekian Evolution Reconsidered: A Response to Caldwell’, Cambridge Journal of Economics,, 28(2), March 2004, pp. 291-300.

11. ‘A Comment on the Paper by Joseph Henrich’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 53(1), January 2004, pp. 81-4.

2002

10. ‘Visions of Mainstream Economics: A Response to Richard Nelson and Jack Vromen’, Review of Social Economy, 60(1), March 2002, pp. 125-33.

9. ‘Capitalism, Employment, and Complexity: With Further Critical Comments on Another Hodgson’, Journal of Economic Issues, 36(1), March 2002, pp. 190-6.

1999

8. ‘A Brief Response to Jürgen Lange-von Kulessa’, Journal of Economic Methodology, 6(3), 1999.

1998

7. ‘A Reply to Howard Sherman’, Review of Social Economy, 56(3), Fall 1998, pp. 295-306.

1997

6. ‘Ernest Mandel: 1923-1995’, Economic Journal, 107(1), January 1997, pp. 159-64.

1996

5. ‘Some Responses to Jennings and Waller’, Journal of Economic Issues, 30(4), December 1996, pp. 1163-8.

4. ‘Land, Learning and the Nature of Spatiality’,Environment and Planning A, 28(11), November 1996, pp. 1940-42.

1995

3. ‘Economics and Evolution: A Reply to Lawrence Moss’, Marshall Studies Bulletin, 5, 1995, pp. 41-50.

1993

2. ‘A Response to Robert E. Lane’, Journal of Economic Issues, September 1993.

1988

1. ‘On Informational Reductionism: A Reply to Kay’, Journal of Economic Issues, March 1988.