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Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System



Markets, Competition, and the Economy as a Social System

Frederic S. Lee

ISBN: 978-1-118-69157-1 June 2013 Wiley-Blackwell 500 Pages



This book is an examination of markets, competition, and market governance from a critical, heterodox perspective. 
Editor's Introduction
Frederic S. Lee

Economy as a Social System: Niklas Luhmann's Contribution and its Significance for Economics
Ivan Boldyrev

Social Network Analysis and the Sociology of Economics: Filling a Blind Spot with the Idea of Social Embeddedness
Dieter Boegenhold

Scmoller’s Method as a Critique and Alternative to Marginalist Economics: A Comment to Louzek
Carlo D'Ippoliti

The Economic Deterioration of the Family: Historical Contingencies Preceding the Great Depression
Michael Gillespie

The Market Concept: A Characterization from Institutional and Post Keynesian Economics
Eduardo Fernandez-Huerga

Understanding the Socio-Economics Impact of Actually Existing Markets: An Analytical Framework for Empirical Research
Lynn Chester

Three Makes of Competition in the Marketplace
William Redmond

Saving Private Business Enterprises: A Heterodox Microeconomic Approach to Market Governance and Market Regulation
Tae-Hee Jo

Consumer Market Cycles Riders, Industries and Environments in France and the United States, 1865-1914
Thomas C. Burr

The End of the Consensus in Macroeconomic Theory? A Methodological Inquiry
John McCombie and Maureen Pike