Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Articles by Publication Date

(issue overview)
Table of Contents September 2014
Replicability and Pitfalls in the Interpretation of Resampled Data: A Correction and a Randomization Test for Anwar and Fang by
Saying Too Little, Too Late: Public Finance Textbooks and the Excess Burdens of Taxation by , , and
Ragnar Frisch and the Postwar Norwegian Economy: A Critical Comment on Sæther and Eriksen by
A Reply to Olav Bjerkholt on the Postwar Norwegian Economy by and
Does Occupational Licensing Deserve Our Approval? A Review of Work by Morris Kleiner by
Capitalism and the Rule of Love by
(issue overview)
Table of Contents May 2014
Does Economics Need an Infusion of Religious or Quasi-Religious Formulations? A Symposium Prologue by
Where Do Economists of Faith Hang Out? Their Journals and Associations, plus Luminaries Among Them by
From an Individual to a Person: What Economics Can Learn from Theology About Human Beings by
Joyful Economics by
Where There Is No Vision, Economists Will Perish by
Economics Is Not All of Life by
Philosophy, Not Theology, Is the Key for Economics: A Catholic Perspective by
Moving from the Empirically Testable to the Merely Plausible: How Religion and Moral Philosophy Can Broaden Economics by
Notes of an Atheist on Economics and Religion by
Entrepreneurship and Islam: An Overview by and
On the Relationship Between Finite and Infinite Goods, Or: How to Avoid Flattening by
The Starry Heavens Above and the Moral Law Within: On the Flatness of Economics by
On the Usefulness of a Flat Economics to the World of Faith by
What Has Jerusalem to Do with Chicago (or Cambridge)? Why Economics Needs an Infusion of Religious Formulations by
Maximization Is Fine—But Based on What Assumptions? by
Religion, Heuristics, and Intergenerational Risk Management by and
Sympathy for Homo Religiosus by
Can ‘Religion’ Enrich ‘Economics’? by
Sin, and the Economics of ‘Sin’ by
(issue overview)
Table of Contents January 2014
Editor’s Notes: Acknowledgments 2012–13
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: A Comment on Zacharias Maniadis, Fabio Tufano, and John List by
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: Reply to Kataria by , , and
Should the Modernization Hypothesis Survive Acemoglu, Johnson, Robinson, and Yared? Some More Evidence by , , and
Ill-Conceived, Even If Competently Administered: Software Patents, Litigation, and Innovation—A Comment on Graham and Vishnubhakat by and
Ragnar Frisch and the Postwar Norwegian Economy by and
The Increasingly Libertarian Milton Friedman: An Ideological Profile by