Society, Science, And Economics: The Delicate Balance Between Ideology And Epistemology And The Concept Of Fairness
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KeywordsIdeological Dominance and Epistemological Relevance; Modelling and Theory Formulation; Instrumentalism; Free Market and Regulated Market; Theory of Imperfect Competition; Fairness; Consensual Correctness; Representational Correctness.;
- B - Schools of Economic Thought and Methodology
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