Understanding Economic Change - Advances in Evolutionary Economics
Part I Introduction:
- Ulrich Witt & Andreas Chai, Evolutionary Economics: Taking Stock of Its Progress and Emerging Challenges.
Part II Conceptual and Methodological Problems:
- Brian Loasby, Missed Connections and Opportunities Foregone: A Counterfactual History of Twentieth Century Economics.
- Joel Mokyr, Science, Technology, and Knowledge: What Historians Can Learn from an Evolutionary Approach.
- Jack Vromen, Generalized Darwinism in Evolutionary Economics: The Devil is in the Details.
Part III Perspectives on Evolutionary Macroeconomics:
- Richard H. Day, Macroeconomic Evolution: Long Run Development and Short Run Policies.
- André Lorentz, Evolutionary Micro-founded Technical Change and the Kaldor-Verdoorn Law: Estimates from an Artificial World.
Part IV Advances in Explaining and Assessing Institutional Evolution:
- Dennis Mueller, Democracy, Rationality and Religion.
- Roger D. Congleton, On the Evolution of Organizational Governance: Divided Governance and Survival in the Long Run.
- Reinoud Joosten, Strategic Interaction and Externalities: FD-games and Pollution.
- Christian Schubert, Fairness in Urban Land Use: An Evolutionary Contribution to Law & Economics.
Part V Evolutionary Perspectives on Welfare and Sustainability:
- Martin Binder & Ulrich Witt, As Innovations Drive Economic Change, Do They Also Improve Our Welfare?
- Andreas Chai, Sustainable Consumption Patterns and the Malleability of Consumer Preferences: An Evolutionary Perspective