Economics and Hermeneutics looks at the ways that hermeneutics might help economists address problems such as entrepreneurship, price theory, rational expectations, monetary theory, welfare economics and economic policy.
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Lawrence A. Berger, University of Pennsylvania; Tyler Cowen, George Mason University; Richard Ebling, Hillsdale College; Arjo Klamer, George Mason University; Randall Kroszner, University of Chicago; Ludwig M. Lachmann, University of Witwaterstrand; G.B. Madison, McMaster University; Uskali Maki, University of Helsinki; Donald N. McCloskey, University of Iowa; Philip Mirowski, Notre Dame University; Tom G. Palmer, Catholic University; Ralph Rector, George Mason University; Jon D. Wisman, The American University
`...offers a useful introduction to various strands of hermeneutics, placing these in an economic context. It attempts to indicate the significance of hermeneutics for economics..' - Review of Political Economy