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Homo Oeconomicus

Homo Oeconomicus

Journal of Behavioral and Institutional Economics

Editors-in-Chief: M. Ahlert; M.J. Holler; H. Kliemt

ISSN: 2366-6161 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41412

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  • Studies the theoretical and behavioral concept of homo oeconomicus and its application in economics, philosophy, political science, and sociology
  • Advances the understanding of public choice, collective decision-making, and experimental economics
  • Investigates the interrelationship of behavioral and institutional political economy

This international journal is devoted to the study of classical and neo-classical economics, public choice, collective decision-making, game theory, experimental economics, law & economics, philosophical aspects, and institutional political economy.

Related subjects » Economics - Game Theory / Mathematical Methods - Law & Economics - Microeconomics / Industrial Organization - Political Science

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2019. Volume 36 (4 issues each). 119,79 € suggested net price* plus shipping charges. If an online version exists, subscription includes both the print edition and online access via SpringerLink (Basic SpringerLink License).

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    Homo Oeconomicus is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of classical and neo-classical economics, public choice, collective decision-making, game theory, experimental economics, law & economics, and philosophical aspects. Its focus is on the interrelationship of issues and results of behavioral and institutional economics.

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