Reorienting history (of economics)
AbstractIn his response to my original paper "The (Confused) State of Equilibrium Analysis in Modern Economics: An Explanation," Weintraub sets forth a competing account of the nature of equilibrium theorizing in economics. Weintraub supposes (1) his account is better because (2) his approach to understanding economics is more historical than my own. I suggest that neither of these claims is correct.
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Volume (Year): 27 (2005)
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equilibrium; history; mathematics; ontology;
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