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Michel S Zouboulakis
|Description:||xx, 166 pages ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||@text Chapter 1: Adam Smith and the idea of morally constrained rationality Chapter 2: John Stuart Mill and the concept of socially embedded rationality Chapter 3: William Stanley Jevons and the concept of rationality as maximization Chapter 4: Vilfredo Pareto and the concept of instrumental rationality Chapter 5: Lionel Robbins and consistency of choices under scarcity Chapter 6: Neoclassical rationality under fire: theoretical, methodological and empirical critique in the late '30's Chapter 7: Three conventionalist responses. Machlup, Samuelson and Friedman Chapter 8: Popper's retreat and the 'principle of rationality' Chapter 9: Probabilistic choice and strategic rationality Chapter 10: Herbert Simon and the concept of bounded rationality Chapter 11: Rationality in behavioral economics Chapter 12: The rationality of embedded individuals Conclusion: What is rational after all?|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in the history of economics, 160.|
|Responsibility:||Michel S. Zouboulakis.|
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