Journal of Bioeconomics
The Journal of Bioeconomics encourages creative dialogue between biologists and economists, and facilitates the bilateral sharing of concepts and tools. There once was considerable communication between economists and biologists: Thomas Malthus was credited by both Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace for crucial insights in their pursuit of the idea of natural selection. The fields seem to be converging again. From economics, the journal welcomes different paradigms, including game theory, evolutionary economics, institutional economics, law-and-economics, public choice theory, behavioral and ecological economics, feminist economics, theories of entrepreneurship, and more. From biology, the journal welcomes contributions from evolutionary biology, systematic biology, behavioral ecology, ethology, paleobiology, paleontology, sociobiology, and others. The scholarly discussion covers bioeconomic topics as well as cognitive science, neuroscience, evolutionary psychology, epistemology, and ethics.Officially cited as: J Bioecon
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