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Institutes & Research Groups

EIPE has good (and more or less institutionalized) contacts with the following Institutes and Departments:

Center for the History of Political Economy (Duke University)
Centre de recherche en éthique de l'Université de Montréal, Québec
EAEPE (The European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy)
GREQUAM (Aix-Marseille, Philosophie économique; Leroux)
  INEM (The International Network for Economic Method)
ISNIE (International Society for New Institutional Economics)
Institute of Social Studies (The Hague, The Netherlands)
London School of Economics, (Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method)
Max Planck Institute of Economics (Jena, Germany; Evolutionary Economics Group - and Strategic Interaction Group)
Philosophy & Economics BA and MA programme in University Bayreuth (Germany)
StorEP (Torino, Italy)
Tinbergen Institute (graduate school and research institute in economics of Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
UNED (Madrid, Spain)

University of Alabama at Birmingham (USA; Department of Philosophy)
University of East Anglia (Norwich, UK; School of Economics
University of Exeter (UK; Department of Sociology and Philosophy)
University of Helsinki (Finland, Department of Philosophy)

 Journals

Journal of Economic Methodology
Journal of Economics and Philosophy
Politics, Philosophy & Economics

Other links

EconWPA MHET archive - Economics Working Paper Archive for Methodology and History of Economic Thought

EIPE Working Papers

History of Economic Thought archive

Philosophy of Economics Encyclopedia article - online article by Dan Hausman

Politics, Philosophy & Economics

About EIPE

For over a decade now the EIPE has been a leading international center for research in the philosophy of economics, matched only by the London School of Economics.  It has been home to a group of outstanding scholars and teachers, a fine training ground for doctoral students, and a place of pilgrimage for the best of the world's researchers.
Philip Pettit
L.S.Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University