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The Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy

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The Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy
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The Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy
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The volume is a unique attempt to explore the relationship between two of the most interesting contemporary schools of thought evolving at the interface between social science and social philosophy: The Austrian tradition of F A Hayek and Ludwig von Mises, and the Bloomington tradition of Elinor Ostrom and Vincent Ostrom
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Advances in Austrian Economics
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v.22
The Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy
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The Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy
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  • "THE AUSTRIAN AND BLOOMINGTON SCHOOLS OF POLITICAL ECONOMY" -- "Contents" -- "List of Contributors" -- "Introduction" -- "The Essays" -- "References" -- "ABC â{u0080}{u0093} AUSTRIA, BLOOMINGTON, CHICAGO: POLITICAL ECONOMY THE OSTROM WAY" -- "1. Introduction and Overview" -- "2. Economics â{u0080}{u009C}More Geometricoâ{u0080}{u009D}?17" -- "2.1. Non-Refutable Economic Theories?" -- "2.2. Synthetic A Priori Truths in a â{u0080}{u009C}Geometry of Rational Practiceâ{u0080}{u009D}?" -- "3. Internalist vs. Externalist Explanations of Human Behavior" -- "3.1. Nonpredictive Social Theory" -- "3.2. Types of Explanation" -- "3.3. Classical Game Theory as a Paradigm of â{u0080}{u009C}Austrianâ{u0080}{u009D} Internalism" -- "3.4. The Extremes of Chicago Behaviorism" -- "4. Theories of Ideal and Real Worlds" -- "4.1. Case-Based Reverse Social Engineering" -- "4.2. Governance and the Homo (o)Economicus Model" -- "5. To Make the World a Better Place" -- "References" -- "THE OSTROMS AND HAYEK AS THEORISTS OF COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS: COMMONALITY AND COMPLEMENTARITY" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. The Nature of Complex Systems" -- "3. Complex Systems in the Work of F. A. Hayek" -- "4. Complex Systems in the Work of the Ostroms" -- "5. Hayekâ{u0080}{u0099}s Account of Group Selection: A Tension and an Ostromian Contruibution" -- "6. Elinor Ostrom on Emergence, Basic Units of Analysis and Methodological Individualism" -- "7. Conclusion" -- "References" -- "A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING: THE POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF APPLIED WORK IN POLITICAL ECONOMY" -- "1. Introduction" -- "2. Theory and History" -- "3. The Problem of Understanding" -- "4. The Bloomington Method of Understanding" -- "5. Conclusion" -- "References" -- "THE ORGANIZATIONAL EVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS: AN AUSTRIAN AND BLOOMINGTON APPROACH TO ORGANIZATIONAL GROWTH AND EXPANSION" -- "1. Introduction"
  • "2. Utilizing the Austrian and Bloomington Schools of Political Economy to Examine Organizational Evolution" -- "3. Analyzing the Organizational Evolution of the American National Red Cross" -- "4. Conclusion" -- "References" -- "COVENANT AND MORAL PSYCHOLOGY INPOLYCENTRIC ORDERS" -- "Introduction" -- "Tocqueville, Vincent Ostrom, AND Daniel Elazar on Covenant" -- "What is Covenant?" -- "Covenant and Federalism" -- "Althusius, Ames, and the Metaphysics of Citizenship in the Bloomington School" -- "Artisanship as Covenanting Behavior in the Bloomington School" -- "Metaphysical Foundations and Moral Psychology" -- "Value, Valuation, and Values: Subjective or Transcendent?" -- "Covenant vs. Convention" -- "Hobbes vs. Aristotelians: Can Analysts be Heterogeneous in Metaphysics?" -- "Some Tentative Thoughts Regarding the Bloomington School and Materialism" -- "Climate Change: An Urgent Collective Problem for Public Choice" -- "Conclusion with Questions" -- "References" -- "THE AUTONOMY OF THE POLITICAL WITHIN POLITICAL ECONOMY" -- "Introduction" -- "The Political Relegated to the Background of Political Economy" -- "The Political Brought to the Foreground of Political Economy" -- "The Source of the Political" -- "Closing Remarks" -- "References" -- "INNOVATION AS A COLLECTIVE ACTION CHALLENGE" -- "Innovation as a Complex Process" -- "Innovation in Polycentric Perspective" -- "Solving Collective Action Problems in Innovation" -- "Aligning Incentives for University-Based Innovations" -- "Innovation Awards: Solving Information Asymmetries" -- "Solving a Public Goods Problem with Innovation Consortia" -- "Innovation Clusters: Governing the Innovation Commons" -- "Driving Growth with Innovation"
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