Turbulence in economics: an evolutionary appraisal of cycles and complexity in historical processess

Lyme, NH: E. Elgar (1997)
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PART ONE The Evolutionary Metaphors in the Reconstruction of Economics The indiscriminate application of the term 'evolution' however, has led to some ...

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