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Subjectivism and Method in Economics

  • Stephen Littlechild
Part of the British Association for the Advancement of Science book series (BAAS)

Abstract

My first duty is to relate the topic of my paper to the general theme of ‘Beyond Positive Economics?’ around which all the papers of Section F are organised.

Keywords

Human Nature Scientific Methodology Football Club Methodological Individualism Positive Science 
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