The Chimera of a Complete Analysis of Economic Dynamics
AbstractAlberto Quadrio Curzio’s lifelong research efforts have been characterised by depth of vision, breadth of scholarship, a growing awareness of the need for sensitive mediation between theoretical analysis and empirical, policy oriented, concerns and, above all, the need for underpinning every kind of aim with an institutional and historical perspective. This contribution to a Festschrift in his honour aims to take up one small aspect of one of his many faceted theoretical concerns. Alberto Quadrio Curzio’s conviction that there can be no ‘complete’ analysis of economic dynamics - not even a ‘complete’ formalisation of this tortuous notion - is given some content (albeit a very minor one) in this paper.
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Date of creation: 2012
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