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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 340000 Economics -> 340100 Economic Theory -> 340199 Economic Theory not elsewhere classified :

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Graham, P. W. (2002) 14 theses on future research into the political economic impacts of new media. Fibreculture2002: Networks of Excellence, 11-12. 71  
Duhs, A. L. A. (2001) Book review: Debunking Economics. The Naked Emperor of the Social Sciences. Economic Analysis and Policy, 31 2: 212-214. 133  
Beard, Rodney and Tang, Kam Ki (2002). Comparing income distributions between economies that reward innovation and those that reward knowledge. In: S. Hurn and A. Layton, ESAM02 - Econometric Society Australasian Meeting. Econometric Society Australasian Meeting, Brisbane, Australia, (1-21). 7-10 July 2002. 40  
Beard, R.M. and Tang, K.K. (2002) Comparing Income Distributions between Economies that Reward Innovation and those that Reward Knowledge. Discussion Paper No. 314. August 2002 Australia: UQ School of Economics 49  
Tisdell, C. (2004) Economic competition and evolution: Are there lessons from ecology?. Contemporary Economic Policy, 22 2: 179-193. doi:10.1093/cep/byh013 55   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Tisdell, C. A., Roy, K. C. and Ghose, A. (2003) Economic Theories of the Family and the Status of Females in India. Asian-African Journal of Economics and Econometrics, 3 1: 79-93. 89  
Quiggin, J. C. (2005) Economists and uncertainty, Risk and Uncertainty Program Working Paper RO5-2, Risk and Sustainable Management Group, April 2005 Australia: The University of Queensland 42  
Evolution and economic complexity. Edited by John Foster and J. Stanley Metcalfe Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar, 2004. 92 4
Dopfer, K. and Potts, J. (2004) "Evolutionary Realism" a new ontology for economics. Journal of Economic Methodology, 11 2: 195-212. 68   Cited 45 times in Scopus45
Menezes, R.F. and Quiggin, J. C. Games without rules, Risk and Sustainable Management Group WP7R04 July 2004. Australia: The University of Queensland, 2004. 36  
McDonald, S., Beard, R. M. and Purcell, T. (2001). How About Tomorrow? Optimal Procrastination and the Implications for Delay in Submitting to Conferences. In: M. Nooriafshar, E. Kozan and P. Wark, 4th Operations Research Conference of the Australian Society for Operations Research, Queensland Branch. 4th Operations Research Conference ASOR, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia, (55-67). 20 April 2001. 63  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2005). Ideational Reflexivity in Economic Systems. In Lauchlan, Mackinnon (Ed.), The Doctoral Thesis of Lauchlan Mackinnon to be submitted in January 2006 () : The University of Queensland. 312 630
Journal of Economic Psychology (2002) Volume 23 Issue 6 33  
Journal of Economic Psychology (2002) Volume 23 Issue 5 58  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2005). Reflexive Prediction: A Literature Review. In Lauchlan, Mackinnon (Ed.), The Social Construction of Economic Man: The Genesis, Spread, Impact and Institutionalisation of Economic Ideas () : The University of Queensland. 428 1115
Duhs, A. L. A. (2002) Review of 'Against the Third Way: An Anti-capitalist Critique', A. Callinicos, Polity Press, Blackwell, Oxford. 2001. 152 p.. Economic Analysis and Policy, 32 2: 265-267. 67  
Duhs, A. L. A. (2002) Review of 'Inspiring Economics: Human Motivation in Political Economy', B. Frey, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2001. 236 p.. Economic Analysis and Policy, 32 2: 280-283. 82  
Duhs, A. L. A. (2002) Review of 'The Global Third Way Debate' ed, Giddens, A., Polity Press, Oxford, 2001. 431 p.. Economic Analysis and Policy, 32 2: 269-271. 66  
Robson, A. P. L. (2003). Some Thoughts on the Comparison of the Geographical Spatial-ness of Austrian Economics and Evolutionary Economics Theories with Particular Emphasis on the Application to Regional Economic Philosophy and Theory. In: 18th Conference of the PRSCO 2003. 18th Conference of the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation, Acapulco, Mexico, (). 1-4 July, 2003. 41  
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2004). Structure in economic theory and structure in real world economic systems. 462 616
Mackinnon, Lauchlan (2001) The Creative Work Processes of Professional Economists. 263 1028
Lauchlan, Mackinnon (2001) The Creative Work Processes of Professional Economists. 251 909
Castner, G. and Ferguson, C. (2000) The effect of transaction costs on the decision to replace 'off-the-shelf' software: The role of software diffusion and infusion. Information Systems Journal, 10 1: 65-83. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2575.2000.00071.x 81   6 0
Lauchlan, Mackinnon (2003). The Methodological Status of 'Common Sense' in Economic Theory. 337 804
Duhs, L.A. (2005) The Philosophical Roots of Ethical Controversies in Economics. The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 16 3: 323-339. 43   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Foster, J. (2005). The self-organizational perspective on economic evolution: A unifying paradigm. In K. Dopfer (Ed.), The Evolutionary Foundations of Economics 1st ed. (pp. 367-390) UK: Cambridge University Press. 97  
Foster, J. (2006). Time. In T. Raffaelli, G. Becattini and M. Dardi (Ed.), Elgar Companion to Alfred Marshall (pp. 281-287) Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar. 40 5
John Foster (2006) Why is economics not a complex systems science?. Journal of Economic Issues, 40 4: 1069-1091. 84   4 Cited 10 times in Scopus10