Online papers

Economics and Evolution


1.
Routines as multi-level mechanisms
Journal of Institutional Economics, 7(2) 2011, 175-196
2011 
2.
Wat kunnen economen leren van evolutie?
TPEdigitaal, 3(4) 2009, 38-60
2009 
3.
Ontological issues in evolutionary economics: The debate between generalized darwinism and the continuity hypothesis
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0805, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2008
2008 
4.
Generalized darwinism in evolutionary economics - The devil is in the details
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0711, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2007
2007 
5.
Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 16(5) 2006, 543-560
2006 
6.
Routines, genes and program-based behaviour
Papers on Economics and Evolution #0402, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, 2004
2004 
7.
Conjectural revisionary economic ontology: outline of an ambitious research agenda for evolutionary economics
Journal of Economic Methodology, 11(2) 2004 (special issue Ontological Issues in Evolutionary Economics), 213-247
 
8.
Stone age minds and group selection - What difference do they make?
Constitutional Political Economy, 13(2) 2002, 173-195
2002 

Neuroeconomics


1.
2011 
2.
Where economics and neuroscience might meet
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(2) 2010, 171-183
2010 
3.
Neuroeconomics: Hype or Hope (with Caterina Marchionni)
Journal of Economic Methodology, 17(2) 2010, 103-106
 
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Social Mechanisms


Economics Made Fun


1.
2009 

Miscellaneous


1.
Collective intentionality, evolutionary biology, and social reality
Philosophical Explorations, VI(3) 2003, 251-264
2003 
3.
Customs and conventions
The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 61(2) 2002, 511-518
2002