Critical Economic Methodology: A Personal Odyssey

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Taylor & Francis, 15.09.2006 г. - 320 страници
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Lawrence Boland takes issue with both economic methodologists and practicing economists. He argues that there has been too much 'methodology for methodology's sake' and that mainstream economics might benefit by using methodology to take a critical look at economic theory.

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Lawrence Boland has been teaching at Simon Fraser University since 1966. He has also taught at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee and was a visiting professor in the Department of Economics at Boston University. At Capilano College and Vancouver Community College, he taught introductory sociology. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Dr Boland has published six books on economic methodology, including The Foundations of Economic Method: A Popperian Perspective (2003); The Principles of Economics: Some Lies My Teachers Told Me (1992); and The Methodology of Economic Model Building: Methodology after Samuelson (1989).