A new online-based journal of the World Economics Association, Economic Thought
, has been launched and is ready to receive submissions from scholars working in the history of economic thought, economic history, methodology of economics and philosophy of economics. Articles up to 8000 words in the aforementioned fields are welcome.
is committed to openness in academic publishing and wishes to enhance the social and cooperative aspects of research. Submitted articles will be assessed through the open peer review process (see http://www.worldeconomicsassociation.org/Journals/ET/OPD.html
), which is an attempt to do away with some of the imperfections of the peer review process in the social sciences. The editors aim to reach a decision on publication no later than 12 weeks after posting the paper to the Open Peer Discussion forum.
You are invited to submit your work to the journal or to visit the Discussion Forum and comment on the posted articles
The articles currently posted are:
Richard Cantillon’s Early Monetary Views? by Richard van den Berg
Mathematical Modelling and Ideology in the Economics Academy: competing explanations of the failings of the modern discipline? by Tony Lawson
An Evolutionary Efficiency Alternative To The Notion Of Pareto Efficiency, by Irene van Staveren
On the Limits of Rational Choice Theory, by Geoffrey M. Hodgson
Economics and Research Assessment Systems, by Donald Gillies
What Kind of Theory to Guide Reform and Restructuring? A focus on theoretical approach, by Sheila C Dow
The editors of Economic Thought
J. Latsis, A. Nadal and A. Rosselli
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