The Journal of Philosophical Economics: Reflections on Economic and Social Issues

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Valentin COJANU
Valentin Cojanu is Professor at the Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest and Editor of the Journal of Philosophical Economics (cojanu@ase.ro)
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Editorial introduction (Valentin COJANU)
Abstract: This Journal comes out from a barely disguised, though deep, anxiety about the way we, the economists, may improve the ways of providing meaningful explanations for what makes and does not make sense in such economic developments as prosperity, globalisation, material imbalances, labour relations, or common property. These issues are usually resuscitated under contemporary labels such as “feminism”, “environmentalism”, “Marxism”, or “liberalism”. However, it can be argued that these issues have represented in fact recurrent threads of economic thinking dating back to ancient times. [Volume I Issue 1 (Autumn 2007)] Read the article ...
A review of Ralph Harris in His Own Words, the Selected Writings of Lord Harris, Edited by Colin Robinson, Cheltenham, UK, Edward Elgar and the Institute of Economic Affairs, 2008, 343 pages (Valentin COJANU) [Volume II Issue 2 (Spring 2009)] Read the article ...
Editorial (Valentin COJANU) [Volume VIII Issue 2 (Spring 2015)] Read the article ...
Review of Abdul Azim Islahi, History of Islamic Economic Thought: Contributions of Muslim Scholars to Economic Thought and Analysis, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (UK), hb, 2014, ISBN 9781784711375, viii+125 pages (Valentin COJANU) [Volume VIII Issue 2 (Spring 2015)] Read the article ...
Review of The Anthropocene and the Global Environmental Crisis: Rethinking modernity in a new epoch, edited by Clive Hamilton, Christophe Bonneuil and François Gemenne, Routledge, London, 2015, pbk, ISBN 978-1-138-821124-8, pp. 187+xi (Valentin COJANU) [Volume IX Issue 1 (Autumn 2015)] Read the article ...
Review of J. E. King, Advanced Introduction to Post Keynesian Economics, Cheltenham (UK), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015, pb, ISBN 978-1-78254-843-0, x + 139 pages (Valentin COJANU) [Volume IX Issue 2 (Spring 2016)] Read the article ...
Review of Altug Yalcintas, Intellectual Path Dependence in Economics: Why economists do not reject refuted theories, Routledge, 2016, hb, xiv + 173 pages, ISBN 978-1-138-01617-0 (Valentin COJANU) [Volume X Issue 1 (Autumn 2016)] Read the article ...
Review of Venkat Venkatasubramanian, How Much Inequality is Fair? Mathematical Principles of a Moral, Optimal, and Stable Capitalist Society, New York, Columbia University Press, 2017, xxi+279 pp., hb, ISBN 978-0-231-18072-6
(Valentin COJANU) [Volume XII Issue 2 (Spring 2019)] Read the article ...
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