Heuristic in the economic: a note on Robert Nozick
AbstractIn this paper we have presented arguments for heuristics on economics research. In particular, have been important aspects that show how the tradition of the theory, to make principle simplicity to represent many empirical data of experience or information, was one of the goals set by the fathers of the discipline: Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill, and Jeremy Bentham.
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Heuristic; Economy theory; epistemology; history of economy; public election; Robert Nozick;
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