Table of contents for Intersubjectivity in economics : agents and structures / edited by Edward Fullbrook.


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List of illustrations                                  ix
List of contributors                                    x
Acknowledgements                                      xiv
Introduction: Why intersubjectivity?                    1
EDWARD FULLBROOK

PART I
Intersubjective agents
1 Collective intentionality and individual behavior       11
  JOHN B. DAVIS
2 Reciprocal fairness, cooperation and limits to competition  28
  ERNST FEHR AND ARMIN FALK
3 All consumption is conspicuous                          43
  ANNE MAYHEW
4 Flaws in the foundation: Consumer behavior and
general equilibrium theory                             56
  FRANK ACKERMAN
5 On the need for a more complete ontology of the consumer  71
  RALPH W. PFOUTS
6 Conspicuous consumption in economic theory and thought  85
  ROGER MASON
7 The economics of criminal participation: Radical
subjectivist and intersubjectivist critiques          105
  PETER WYNARCZYK



8 'Everybody is talking about it': Intersubjectivity and the television industry                               123
  SHAUN P. HARGREAVES HEAP

PART II
Intersubjective structures
9 Market, imitation and tradition: Hayek vs Keynes      139
  JEAN-PIERRE DUPUY
10 Reconstitutive downward causation: Social structure
and the development of individual agency              159
  GEOFFREY M. HODGSON
11 Conventions of co-ordination and the framing of
uncertainty                                           181
  LAURENT THEVENOT
12 Intersubjectivity in the socio-economic world:
A critical realist perspective                        198
  PAUL LEWIS AND JOCHEN RUNDE
13 Social networks and information                       216
  PAUL ORMEROD
14 Dispositions, social structures and economic practices:
Towards a new economic sociology                      231
  FREDERIC LEBARON
15 Adam Smith's sympathy: Towards a normative economics  241
  S. ABU TURAB RIZVI
16 The theory of conventions and a new theory of the firm  254'
  THIERRY LEVY
17 An intersubjective theory of value                    273
  EDWARD FULLBROOK

Name Index                                            300
Subject Index                                         305





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Economics Psychological aspects