L'économie à ses frontières (sociologie, psychologie). Quelques pistes
This article aims at presenting briefly some of the issues raised by the proliferation of economic research (both theoretical and empirical) at the frontiers with sociology and psychology. Section�1 distinguishes a theoretical imperialism from an empirical one. Section�2 mentions some of the debates raised by behavioural economics. Section�3 tries to derive some consequences of the ongoing research trends for the nature of the economics discipline and its relations with sociology and psychology. Classification JEL�: B20, B41, C9, Z10
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