Remembering Mark Blaug
AbstractIn the paper I offer some vignettes on my relationship, both professional and personal, with Mark Blaug, and by way of example reflect on his impact on the history of economics.
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Mark Blaug; history of economic thought; economic methodology; Karl Popper; falsificationism; Imre Lakatos;
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