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Introduction: towards a cognitive evolutionary economics 1 SALVATORE RIZZELLO 1 Discrepancies: competing theories and ideologies as cognitive traps: the scientific discovery as puzzle-solving 20 MASSIMO EGIDI 2 Cognitive science meets evolutionary theory: what implications does evolutionary psychology have for economic theorising? 53 JACK J.VROMEN 3 Towards a cognitive experimental economics 82 MARCO NOVARESE 4 Accounting for social knowledge in economic analysis: the relevance of Adam Smith's framework 107 PIER LUIGI PORTA AND ROBERTO SCAZZIERI 5 The making of a behavioural economist: Herbert A. Simon and the early evolution of bounded rationality 133 MIE AUGIER 6 The rhetorical dimensions of bounded rationality: Herbert A. Simon and organizational economics 158 NICOLAI J. FOSS 7 Cognition, entrepreneurial conceptions and the theory of the firm 177 ULRICH WITT 8 Knowledge, understanding and the epistemology of innovative firms 193 J. STANLEY METCALFE 9 Managing exploitation and exploration 218 BART NOOTEBOOM 10 The epistemic foundations of social organizations: a game theoretical approach 243 CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT 11 Interactive learning and technological knowledge: the localised character of innovation processes 268 CRISTIANO ANTONELLI, JEAN-LUC GAFFARD AND MICHEL QUtRE 12 Cognitive economies and the 'nature of the district' 281 MARGHERITA TURVANI 13 Learning in economics: some Austrian insights 302 PIERRE GARROUSTE 14 Beliefs, knowledge and equilibrium: a different perspective on Hayek 316 RICHARD ARENA 15 Guesswork and knowledge in evolutionary economics: Veblen revisited 338 FRANCESCA LIDIA VIANO 16 Problem complexity and problem representation: some implications for the theory of economic institutions 371 LUIGI MARENGO