Methodological Aspects of Eucken's Work
Describes the methodological ideas of Eucken and points to the actual significance of them. Eucken is, in his thinking on philosophical and methodological problems, related to Husserl. The theory of the economic order (Ordnungs-theorie) is interdisciplinary. All kinds of modern directions in economics, which develop separately, e.g. property rights theory, evolutionary economics and new institutional economics, can be integrated in his methodological approach.
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Volume (Year): 21 (1994)
Issue (Month): 4 (September)
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