Knowledge and Interest in Economics
CEDEPLAR Working Paper No. 178
29 Pages Posted: 23 Nov 2002
Date Written: August 2002
The article argues the need to preserve the pluralism in economy. The article examines: i) the nature of the knowledge and of its production; ii) the specificity of the knowledge production in economics and the historical and cultural conditionings of the knowledge; iii) the implications of the hegemony of a certain methodological conception in economics.
Keywords: economic methodology, economic imperialism, methodological pluralism, formalism
JEL Classification: B40, B41, B20
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