Recent publications

Selection of publications by the researchers of EIPE

Wintein, S. and Heilmann, C. (forthcoming) Dividing the Indivisible: Apportionment and Philosophical Theories of Fairness. Politics, Philosophy & Economics.

Heilmann, C. (forthcoming) Value in Time Discounting. Science and Engineering Ethics.

Binder, C. and Heilmann, C. (forthcoming) Distance and Duty. Journal of Value Inquiry.

Backhouse, R. (forthcoming). Marginalizing Maclaurin: the attempt to develop an economics of technological progress at MIT, 1940-1950 (with Harro Maas), History of Political Economy, forthcoming.

Backhouse, R. (forthcoming). Market power and the financial machine: competing explanations of the Great Depression, History of Political Economy 47 (Supplement, Market Failure in Context), forthcoming.

Binder, C. and C. Binder (forthcoming). A Capability Perspective on Indigenous Autonomy, Oxford Development Studies.

Heilmann, C. and Wintein. S (forthcoming). How to be Fairer, Synthese.

Binder, C; Heilmann, C; Vromen, J (2015) The Future of the Philosophy of Economics: Papers From the XI. INEM Conference at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Journal of Economic Methodology 22 (3).

Boumans, M (in press) (2015), Science Outside the Laboratory: Measurement in Field Science and Economics, Oxford University Press.

Backhouse, R. (2015). Keynes, Samuelson and the search for a general theory of economics, Italian Economic Journal, 2015, 1(1):139-53. DOI 10.1007/s40797-015-0009-4.

Backhouse, R. (2015). Revisiting Samuelson’s Foundations of Economic Analysis, Journal of Economic Literature, June 2015, 53(2): 326-50.

Binder, C. and van Hees M. (2015). Moral Responsibility and Individual Choice, in: `Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare - Essays in Honor of Nick Baigent’, Springer Series: Studies in Choice and Welfare, 95-108.

Binder, C., Teschl M. and Y. Xu (2015). An Interview with Nick Baigent, in: `Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare - Essays in Honor of Nick Baigent’, Springer Series: Studies in Choice and Welfare, 365-377.

Binder, C., Codognato G, Teschl M and Y. Xu (Eds.) (2015). Individual and Collective Choice and Social Welfare - Essays in Honor of Nick Baigent, Springer Series: Studies in Choice and Welfare.

Binder, C., Heilmann, C., Vromen, J. (2015). The Future of the Philosophy of Economics: Papers From the XI. INEM Conference at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Journal of Economic Methodology 22(3), 261–263.

Binder, C., Heilmann, C., Vromen, J. (2015). The Future of the Philosophy of Economics: Papers From the XI. INEM Conference at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Journal of Economic Methodology 22(3), 261–263.

Vromen, J and Aydinonat N.E. (2015). Economics Made Fun: Philosophy of the Pop-economics. Oxford: Routledge.

Backhouse, R. (2014). MIT and the other Cambridge, History of Political Economy, 2014, 46 (Supplement, MIT and the Transformation of American Economics): 252-71. DOI 10.1215/00182702-2716190.

Backhouse, R. (2014). Paul A. Samuelson’s move to MIT, History of Political Economy, 2014, 46 (Supplement, MIT and the Transformation of American Economics): 60-77. DOI 10.1215/00182702-2716118.

Backhouse, R. (2014). A Historiography of Modern Social Science (edited with Philippe Fontaine). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-107-03772-4.

Backhouse, R. (2014). Economic idea and the emergence of political economy, 1700-1870 (with Keith Tribe), in R. Floud, J. Humphries and P. Johnson (eds) The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume I: 1700-1870. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014, 421-42.

Backhouse, R. (2014). Economic thought and ideology, 1870-2010 (with Keith Tribe), in R. Floud, J. Humphries and P. Johnson (eds) The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, Volume II: 1870-2010. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014, 506-28.

Backhouse, R. (2014). Hayek and Keynes, in R. Garrison (ed) The Elgar Companion to Hayekian Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Backhouse, R. (2014). Walras in the Age of Marshall: An Analysis of English-Language Journals, 1890–1939 (wth Steven G. Medema), in F. Allisson and R. Baranzini (eds.) Economics and Other Branches - In the Shade of the Oak Tree: Essays in Honour of Pascal Bridel. London: Pickering and Chatto, 2014, 69-86.

Binder, C. (2014), 'Plural Identities and Preference Formation’, Social Choice and Welfare 42: 959-976.

Binder, C. (2014), 'Preferences and Similarity between Alternatives', Rationality, Markets and Morals 5: 120-132.

Boumans, M. and Martini C. eds. (2014), Experts and Consensus in Social Science, Springer.

Boumans, M. (2014), Haavelmo's epistemology for an inexact science, History of Political Economy 46.2, 211-229.

Boumans, M. (2014), Model-based consensus, in: Experts and Consensus in Social Science, eds C. Martini and M. Boumans, pp. 49-69, Cham: Springer.

Heilmann, C. (2014) A New Interpretation of the Representational Theory of Measurement. Philosophy of Science 82(5), 787-797.

Heilmann, C. (2014). Success Conditions for Nudges: A Methodological Critique of Libertarian Paternalism. European Journal for Philosophy of Science 4(1), 75-94.

Vromen, J. and A. Lanteri (Eds.) (2014). The Economics of Economists. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Backhouse, R. (2013). Understanding Mark Blaug’s attitude towards Sraffian economics, in M. Boumans and M. Klaes (eds) Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Backhouse, R. (2013). Inside-out: Keynes’s use of the public sphere (with Bradley W. Bateman) History of Political Economy, Annual Supplement, The Economist as Public Intellectual, edited by Tiago Mata and Steven G. Medema.

Backhouse, R. (2013). The dog called investment (with Bradley W. Bateman), in T. Hirai, C. Marcuzzo and P. Mehrling (eds) Keynesian Reflections. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 978-0-19-809211-7

Backhouse, R. (2013). Rationalizing incomes policy in Britain, 1948-1979 (with James Forder), History of Economic Thought and Policy 2013(1):17-35. ISSN 2240-9971, ISSNe 2280-188X.

Backhouse, R. (2013). Responding to economic crisis: macroeconomic revolutions in the 1930s and 1970s, in M. Benner (ed.) Before and Beyond the Global Economic Crisis: Economics, Politics and Settlement. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. ISBN 9781781952009.

Backhouse, R. (2013). Transforming Modern Macroeconomics: The Search for Disequilibrium Microfoundations, 1956-2003 (with Mauro Boianovsky). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107023192.

Heilmann, C. and P.A. Cook (2013). Two Types of Self-Censorship: Public and Private. Political Studies 61(1), 178-196.

Heilmann, C, (2012). Review of P. Anand, P.A. Pattanaik, C. Puppe (Eds.) The Handbook of Rational and Social Choice. Oxford University Press. Economics & Philosophy 28(1), 92--98.

Vromen, J. (2012). Finding the right levers: The serious side of 'economics made fun', Journal of Economic Methodology 9, 199- 217.

Heilmann, C. (2011). Agent Connectedness and Backward Induction. International Game Theory Review 13(2), 195-208 (with Christian W. Bach).

Heilmann, C. (2011), Agent Connnectedness and Backward Induction (with C.W. Bach), International Game Theory Review 13(2):1-14.

Reiss, J. (2011), The Global Health Complex (edited with with Linsey McGoey and Ayo Wahlberg), Special issue of BioSocieties.

Vromen, J. (2011), Human Cooperation and Reciprocity, in Samir Okasha and Ken Binmore (eds.), Evolution and Rationality: Decisions, Cooperation and Strategic Behavior, Cambridge University Press.

Vromen, J. (2011), The Economics of Economists (edited with Alessandro Lanteri), Cambridge University Press.

Vromen, J. (2011). Routines as Multilevel Mechanisms. Journal of Institutional Economics 7, 175-196.

Vromen, J. (2010), Micro-foundations in strategic management: Squaring Coleman’s diagram, Erkenntnis.

Vromen, J. (2010), Routines as Multi-level Mechanisms, to appear in Journal of Institutional Economics (special issue on Routines, edited by Nathalie Lazaric)

Vromen, J. (2010), Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope (edited with Caterina Marchionni), Special Issue of Journal of Economic Methodology 17(2) 2010, 103-106.

Vromen, J. (2010), On the surprising finding that expected utility is literally computed in the brain, Journal of Economic Methodology 17(1) 2010, 17-36.

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