Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review
The Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review (EIER) is issued by the Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics to provide an international forum for new theoretical and empirical approaches to evolutionary and institutional economics. EIER, free from the view of equilibrium economics and methodological individualism, should face the diversity of human behavior and dynamic transformation of institutions. In EIER, “economics” is used in its broadest sense. It covers areas from the classic research in economic history, economic thought, economic theory, and management science to emerging research fields such as economic sociology, bio-economics, evolutionary game theory, agent-based modeling, complex systems study, econo-physics, experimental economics, and so on. EIER follows the belief that a truly interdisciplinary discussion is needed to propel the investigation in the dynamic process of socio-economic change where institutions as emergent outcomes of human actions do matter. Although EIER is an official journal of the Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics, it welcomes non-members' contributions from all parts of the world. All the contributions are refereed under strict scientific criteria, although EIER does not apply monolithic formalistic measure to them. Evolution goes hand in hand with diversities; this is also the spirit of EIER.
Skills tasks, and class- an integrated class based approach to understanding recent trends in economic inequality in the USA
Adam James Berg (July 2018)
Franklin Obeng-Odoom (July 2018)
Brendan Markey-Towler (June 2018)
- Journal Title
- Evolutionary and Institutional Economics Review
- Volume 1 / 2004 - Volume 15 / 2018
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- Online ISSN
- Springer Japan
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