CRONOGRAMA METODOLOGÍA DE LA ECONOMÍA (2012-2)

It's like déjà vu all over again...
Perdón a los viejos; repetí muchos papers.


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UNA VEZ MÁS, recuerden que éste es el libro donde están las lecturas del programa que dicen "PE".





1) Expositores: Manu y Zuur

- Daniel Hausman,
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Journal of Economic Perspectives 3(2), 1989, pp. 115­127.

- Kevin Hoover, "Why Does Methodology Matter for Economics?" (The Methodology of Economics: Or How Economists explain. by Mark Blaug's; The Inexact and Separate Science of Economics. by Daniel Hausman's; Economics: Mathematical Politics or Science of Diminishing Returns. by Alexander Rosenberg; The Principles of Economics: Some Lies My Teachers told me. by Lawrence A. Boland Review by: Kevin D. Hoover)
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2) Expositores: Mauricio y David Richard

- Pequeño artículo en español sobre la filosofía de la ciencia, qué es y su relación con las ciencias.
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- David Hume, An Inquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Sections II-V;
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- Popper. 1er capítulo The Logic of Scientific Discovery.
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*Wildcard: Podríamos ver, adicionalmente o como reemplazo, un paper de Popper que se ve horrible de leer pero es chévere.




3) Expositores: Jonathan (el papisorco), Viviana y Zuur

- Max Weber, Objectivity and Understanding in Economics, PE, pp. 59-72.

- Joseph Schumpeter, "Science and Ideology," PE, 207-221
- De Vroy "Lucas on the Relationship Between Theory and Ideology"
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- Robert Solow "Science and Ideology in Economics" http://stevereads.com/papers_to_read/science_and_ideology_in_economics_.pdf




4) Expositores: Juan David (Mill) y Carloto Poroto

- Karl Marx, 1er capítulo del "Grundrisse" http://www.marxists.org/archive/marx/works/1857/grundrisse/ch01.htm (en inglés y con feo formato, lo pueden buscar en cualquier lado y seguro sale mejor) (frescos si no entendemos)

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John Stuart Mill, On the Definition and Method of Political Economy,PE, pp. 41-58.




5) Expositores:

- John Neville Keynes, The Scope and Method of Political Economy, 4th edition, 1917. CAPÍTULOS 6 Y 7
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- Lionel Robbins, "The Nature and Significance of Economic Science", PE, pp. 73-99



6) Expositores: Macías, Juan David

- Ludwig von Mises, Human Action, Capítulo 1, http://mises.org/document/3250 (viva el Mises Institute que pone casi todo gratis)

- Ludwig von Mises, Theory and History, Capítulo 9 http://mises.org/th.asp

*Wildcard: Podríamos meter uno de Hayek que se llama 'Economics and Knowledge'. También podríamos meter algo de los Post-Keynesianos, como el de Davidson que leyeron el semestre pasado.




7) Expositores: David Ricardo, Carloto Poroto

- Milton Friedman, The Methodology of Positive Economics, PE, pp.145-78, esp. pp. 145-62
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Daniel Hausman, Why Look Under the Hood?,PE, 183-87.

- Robert Sugden, Credible Worlds: The Status of Theoretical Models in Economics, PE, 476-509
- Daniel Hausman, “Models and Theories in Economics”, The Inexact and Separate Science of Economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992, ch. 5 (pp. 70-82).
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*No tenemos que mirar todos, ahí escogemos.





8) Expositores: Adrián, David Ricardo

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Uskali Mäki, Realism,PE, pp. 431-38

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Uskali Mäki, “Unrealistic Assumptions and Unnecessary Confusions: Rereading and Rewriting F53 as a Realist Statement,” in Uskali Mäki, editor, The Methodology of Positive Economics: Reflections on the Milton Friedman Legacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ch. 3 (pp. 90-116).

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9) Expositores: Zuur
- Tony Lawson, What Has Realism Got to Do with It? PE, pp. 439-53
- Irene C.L. NG y Lu-Ming Tseng, Learning to Be Sociable: The Evolution of Homo Economicus,
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10) Expositores:
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- Nancy Cartwright, “The limits of causal order, from economics to physics,” (página 137 del libro arriba)
- Kevin Hoover, Econometrics and Reality (página 152 del mismo)
(posiblemente 'Karl Popper, The Poverty of Historicism', alguna sección por definir)




11) Expositores:

- Kevin Hoover, Does Macroeconomics Need Microfoundations? PE, pp. 315-334
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Maarten Janssen, “Microfoundations,” in John Davis, D. Wade Hands, and Mäki, editors, The Handbook of Economic Methodology. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1998, pp. 307-310.


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12) Expositores:

- Deidre McClosky, The Rethoric of This Economics, PE, 415-430

- Uskali Mäki, “Diagnosing McCloskey,” Journal of Economic Literature, v. 333, 1995

- Donald McCloskey, “Modern Epistemology Against Analytic Philosophy: A Reply to Mäki,” Journal of Economic Literature, v. 333, 1995.





13) Expositores:

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Mark Blaug, “Kuhn versus Lakatos or Paradigms versus Research Programmes in the History of Economics”, Spiro Latsis, editor, Method and Appraisal in Economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976, pp. 149-180.


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- Mario García (¿Por qué no? Pues no es tan chévere, pero es como por ver qué hacen por aca... Por si no lo leyeron en Macro II), "Scientific Communities, Language, and the Keynesian Revolution", en "Keynes, Post-Keynesianism and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of Geoff Harcourt", Vol III, Peter Kriesler y Claudio Sardoni (editores)

- Un tercero por si el de Mario no pega.




*) Otras lecturas:

- Rodney Maddock, “Rational Expectations Macrotheory: A Lakatosian Case Study in Program Adjustment,” History of Political Economy vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 291­309.

- Vernon Smith, "Economics in the Laboratory"

- El debate entre Camerer y Gul + Pesendorfer sobre Neuroeconomía

- E. Roy Weintraub, “Appraising General Equilibrium Analysis,” Economics and Philosophy, vol. 1, no. 1, 1985, pp. 23­37

- Lawrence White (a él lo trajimos a Colombia! :) ), "The Methodology of Austrian School Economists" http://mises.org/mofase.asp

- La introducción (o era el prefacio?) de Paul Sweezy a su libro famoso

- Y millones más...