The fragility of experiential knowledge

Abstract of the book: While there is growing recognition that understanding knowledge is at the very heart of economics, little work has thus far been forthcoming representing in a comprehensive and coherent way its fundamental nature and wide-ranging consequences for economic analysis. The editors are to be commended for having filled this critical gap by providing a well-organized collection of outstanding contributions. This rich and greatly needed Handbook is comprised of contributions about the role knowledge plays in the history of the discipline as well as the most significant current developments as we witness them, particularly in the branches of evolutionary, institutional and complexity economics.’


Editor(s):
Arena, Richard
Festré, Agnès
Lazaric, Nathalie
Published in:
Handbook Of Knowledge And Economics
Year:
2012
Publisher:
Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN:
978 1 84376 404 5
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