Table of contents for Recent developments in economic methodology / edited by John B. Davis.

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Acknowledgements vii Introduction John B. Davis ix 
PART I POPPER AND LAKATOS 
1.	1.	Bruce J. Caldwell (1991), 'Clarifying Popper', Journal of Economic Literature, XXIX 
(1), March, 1/33 3 
2.	2.	Mark Blaug (1994), 'Why I am Not a Constructivist: Confessions of an Unrepentant 
Popperian', in Roger E. Backhouse (ed.), New Directions in Economic Methodology, Chapter 6, London: 
Routledge, 109/36 36 
3.	3.	Lawrence A. Boland (1994), 'Scientific Thinking Without Scientific Method: Two Views 
of Popper', in Roger E. Backhouse (ed.), New Directions in Economic Methodology, Chapter 8, London: 
Routledge, 154/72 64 
4.	4.	Roger E. Backhouse (2004), 'The Methodology of Scientific Research Programmes', in 
J. Davis, A. Marciano and J. Runde (eds), The Elgar Companion to Economics and Philosophy, Chapter 9, 
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 181/96 83 
PART II RHETORIC, DISCOURSE AND LANGUAGE 
1.	5.	Vivienne Brown (1993), 'Decanonizing Discourses: Textual Analysis and the History of 
Economic Thought', in Willie Henderson, Tony Dudley-Evans and Roger Backhouse (eds), Economics and 
Language, Chapter 4, London: Routledge, 64/84 101 
2.	6.	Donald N. McCloskey (1994), 'How to Do a Rhetorical Analysis, and Why', in Roger E. 
Backhouse (ed.), New Directions in Economic Methodology, Chapter 15, London: Routledge, 319/42 122 
3.	7.	Uskali M¿ki (1995), 'Diagnosing McCloskey', Journal of Economic Literature, XXXIII (3), 
September, 1300/1318 146 
4.	8.	Maurice Lagueux (1999), 'Do Metaphors Affect Economic Theory?', Economics and 
Philosophy, 15 (1), October, 1/22 165 
PART III REALISM 
1.	9.	Daniel M. Hausman (1998), 'Problems with Realism in Economics', Economics and 
Philosophy, 14 (2), 185/213 189 
2.	10.	Uskali M¿ki (1998), 'Aspects of Realism about Economics', Theoria, 13 (2), 301/19 218 
3.	11.	Jochen Runde (1998), 'Assessing Causal Economic Explanations', Oxford Economic 
Papers, 50 (2), April, 151/72 237 
4.	12.	Tony Lawson (1999), 'What Has Realism Got to Do With It?', Economics and 
Philosophy, 15 (2), 269/82 259 
PART IV CONSTRUCTIVISM AND SSK 
1.	13.	D. Wade Hands (1994), 'Restabilizing Dynamics: Construction and Constraint in the 
History of Walrasian Stability Theory', Economics and Philosophy, 10 (2), 243/83 275 
2.	14.	Francesco Guala (2001), 'Building Economic Machines: The FCC Auctions', Studies in 
the History and Philosophy of Science, 32 (3), 453/77 316 
3.	15.	Matthias Klaes (2001), 'Begriffsgeschichte: Between the Scylla of Conceptual and the 
Charybdis of Institutional History of Economics', Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 23 (2), 153/
79 341 
4.	16.	A.W. Bob Coats (2003), 'The Sociology of Economics and Scientific Knowledge, and the 
History of Economic Thought', in Warren J. Samuels, Jeff E. Biddle and John B. Davis (eds), A 
Companion to the History of Economic Thought, Chapter 30, Oxford: Blackwell, 507/22 368 
PART V ECONOMICS OF SCIENCE 
1.	17.	Partha Dasgupta and Paul A. David (1994), 'Toward A New Economics of Science', 
Research Policy, 23, 487/521 387 
2.	18.	James R. Wible (1995), 'The Economic Organization of Science, the Firm, and the 
Marketplace', Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 25 (1), March, 35/68 422 
3.	19.	Esther-Mirjam Sent (1999), 'Economics of Science: Survey and Suggestions', Journal of 
Economic Methodology, 6 (1), March, 95/124 456 
PART VI SYMMETRY AND REFLEXIVITY 
1.	20.	Steve Woolgar (1992), 'Some Remarks about Positionism: A Reply to Collins and 
Yearley', in Andrew Pickering (ed.), Science as Practice and Culture, Chapter 11, Chicago, IL: University 
of Chicago Press, 327/42 489 
2.	21.	Esther-Mirjam Sent (1998), 'Sargent and the Unbearable Lightness of Symmetry', 
Journal of Economic Methodology, 5 (1), June, 93/114 505 
3.	22.	Uskali M¿ki (1999), 'Science as a Free Market: A Reflexivity Test in an Economics of 
Economics', Perspectives on Science, 7 (4), Winter, 486/509 527 
4.	23.	John B. Davis and Matthias Klaes (2003), 'Reflexivity: Curse or Cure?', Journal of 
Economic Methodology, 10 (3), September, 329, 331/52 551 
Name Index	575 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Economics -- Methodology.