Philip Mirowski
Economics and Policy Studies
 
 
 
 


Publications

Exploring the Fault Lines: Introduction to the Minisymposium on the History
of Economic Anthropology
 
   
Computable Economics: the Arne Ryde Memorial Lecture Series
Review
   

Vilfredo Pareto and the Birth of Modern Microeconomics

Review
   

Cracks, Hidden Passageways and False Bottoms: the Economics of Science and Social Studies of Economics Introduction to: The Effortless Economy of Science?

 
Reflection without Rules: Economic Methodology and Contemporary Science Theory. Review
   
McCorduck’s Machines Who Think after 25 Years:
Revisiting the Origins of AI

 
   
LA SOCIOLOGIE DES SCIENCES ET LA
« NOUVELLE ECONOMIE DE L’INFORMATION »
 
   
Philosophizing with a Hammer:
Reply to Binmore, Davis & Klaes

 
   
Computable Economics: the Arne Ryde Memorial Lecture Series Review
   
A Pall along theWatchtower: On
Leaving the HOPE Conference
 
   
Weintraub, E. Roy. How Economics Became a Mathematical Science Review
   
What’s Kuhn got to do with it?*  
   
Introduction to New Edition Stanley Wong, The Foundations of Paul Samuelson’s Revealed Preference Theory “Wong’s Foundations after 25 Years”  
   
“Making Betty Crocker Assume the Position” Porter on Bought & Sold Review
   
More Heat Than Light: Economics as Social Physics, Physics as Nature's Economics
Review
   
Rizvi on Philip Mirowski as a Historian of Economic Thought*  


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