Routledge advances in heterodox economics ; 1.
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chapter Introduction: Lawson's reorientation / EDWARD FULLBROOK chapter 1 Some comments on Lawson's Reorienting Economics: Same facts, different conclusions / BRUCE CALDWELL chapter 2 History, causal explanation and basic economic reasoning: Reply to Caldwell / TONY LAWSON chapter 3 Critical realism in economics: A different view / BJ�RN - IVAR DAVIDSEN chapter 4 Underlabouring for substantive theorising: Reply to Davidsen / Davidsen TONY LAWSON chapter 5 The nature of heterodox economics / JOHN B. DAVIS chapter 6 Heterodox economics and pluralism: Reply to Davis / TONY LAWSON chapter 7 Reorienting economics through triangulation of methods / PAUL DOWNWARD chapter 8 Triangulation and social research: Reply to Downward and Mearman / Downward and Mearman TONY LAWSON chapter 9 Irrelevance and ideology BERNARD GUERRIEN chapter 10 The mainstream orientation and ideology: Reply to Guerrien / TONY LAWSON chapter 11 On the problem of formalism in economics / GEOFFREY M. HODGSON chapter 12 On the nature and roles of formalism in economics: Reply to Hodgson / TONY LAWSON chapter 13 Finding a critical pragmatism in Reorienting Economics / BRUCE R. MCFARLING chapter 14 Ontology or epistemology? Reply to McFarling / TONY LAWSON chapter 15 (Un)real criticism / DAVID F. RUCCIO chapter 16 Ontology and postmodernism: Reply to Ruccio / TONY LAWSON chapter 17 Feminism and realism: A contested relationship / IRENE VAN STAVEREN chapter 18 Feminism, realism and essentialism: Reply to van Staveren / van Staveren TONY LAWSON chapter 19 Conjectural revisionary ontology / JACK VROMEN chapter 20 Provisionally grounded critical ontology: Reply to Vromen / TONY LAWSON.