Generalized Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics: From Ontology to Theory

Biological Theory 6 (4):326-337 (2011)
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Abstract

Despite growing interest in evolutionary economics since the 1980s, a unified theoretical approach has so far been lacking. Methodological and ontological discussions within evolutionary economics have attempted to understand and help rectify this failure, but have revealed in turn further differences of perspective. One aim of this article is to show how different approaches relate to different levels of abstraction. A second purpose is to show that generalized Darwinism is some way from the most abstract level, and illustrates how it may be used to move towards more specific theoretical applications. Nevertheless, there is a long way to go before these become more evident.

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