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Two short essays on Mark Blaug’s last intellectual battles

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In the last period of his professional life Mark Blaug (1927-2011) repeatedly intervened with a series of papers characterised by a critical attitude towards both Whig history and the formalist turn in modern economics. At the same time, however, he never abandoned his long standing commitment to Lakatosian methodology. The two papers which follows have in common the aim of showing that the same critical conclusions can be better served by more updated methodological approaches.

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  • Andrea Salanti, 2012. "Two short essays on Mark Blaug’s last intellectual battles," Working Papers 1208, Department of Economics and Technology Management, University of Bergamo.
  • Handle: RePEc:brh:wpaper:1208
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