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Why culture in economics?


This article responds to the points raised by Deirdre McCloskey, Emily Chamlee-Wright, Rob Garnett and Solomon Stein in the symposium on my book Understanding the Culture of Markets (Routledge 2013).

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Storr, V.H. Why culture in economics?. Rev Austrian Econ 27, 495–503 (2014).

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  • Culture and economics
  • Max Weber
  • Austrian economic methodology

JEL Codes

  • B25
  • B41
  • O54
  • Z13