This conference has been published as:
“Economic Philosophy: Complexities in Economics”
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This conference has now closed VISIT THE DISCUSSION FORUM
The conference was organised into sessions to stimulate interest and communication. We had an excellent collection of original papers, which we hope you will find interesting.
The conference ran from 2nd October until 7th December. On the 7th December we hosted a webinar in which participants engaged in further exchanges of ideas and commentary.
John Davis and Wade Hands
There is considerable interest in recent economics in the idea of complexity. There are also many different ideas about what complexity involves, making the subject of complexity itself a complex matter! Thus the plural form – complexities in economics – is purposefully chosen in order to accommodate the following issues in this inaugural conference on Economic Philosophy:
- the diversity of accounts and conceptions of complexity itself
- how the nature and content of economics is complex
- the complex history of economics
- different approaches to introducing complexity into economics
- the complex relation between the sociology of economics and its content
- the complexity of economic philosophy as an interdisciplinary subject
- the complex interplay between normative and descriptive pluralism
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