Jan 27, 2012

An evolutionary perspective of economics

. . . [H]istorically, economics has not been a discipline aligned in a homogenous way to a single and undifferentiated thought, locked into the idea of perfect rationality, but, on the opposite, is a discipline that has enriched itself and continually is enriching by contributions and significant contaminations with other research fields.
That is from the new paper "Rationality and choices in economics: behavioral and evolutionationary approaches" by Mario Graziano and Daniele Schilirò.

No comments:

Post a Comment