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Geoffrey Hodgson

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Geoffrey Hodgson
Économiste

Dates né en 1946
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Tendance analyse économique des institutions, évolutionnisme, école autrichienne
Origine Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
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Geoffrey M. Hodgson est né le 28 juillet 1946 à Watford en Angleterre. Il est professeur de management à l'Université de Hertfordshire, à Hatfield et rédacteur en chef du Journal of Institutional Economics. Ses domaines d'intérêt portent sur l'analyse économique des institutions, l'évolutionnisme au travers de l'apport du darwinisme, l'histoire de la pensée économique, la nature de la firme et la théorie sociale. Influencé par l'école institutionnaliste américaine (Veblen), il partage toutefois de nombreux points commun avec l'école autrichienne d'économie.

A la fin de l'année 2010, Geoffrey Hodgson et Thorbjørn Knudsen publient un livre appliquant les principes conceptuels de Charles Darwin à l'évolution sociale et économique. Les auteurs utilisent les apports de base de la théorie darwinienne, à savoir la variation, la sélection et l'héritage (ou réplication). Entre autres applications, ils montrent l'utilité de ce modèle pour expliquer l'évolution de la culture pré-linguistique, le langage humain, les coutumes tribales, l'écriture et les enregistrements écrits, les États et les lois, et l'institutionnalisation de la science et de la technologie.

Bibliographie

De 1985 à 1989

  • 1985,
    • a. Persuasion, Anticipations and the Limits to Keynes, In: T. Lawson et H. Pesaran, dir., Keynes’s Economics: Methodological Issues, Croom Helm, Londres, pp10-45
    • b. The Rationalist Conception of Action, Journal of Economic Issues, décembre
  • 1988, Economics and Institutions. A Manifesto for a Modern Institutional Economics, Oxford : Polity Press
  • 1989, avec Derek C. Jones, "Codetermination: A partial review of theory and Evidence", Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, September, Vol 60, n°3, pp329-340

De 1990 à 1999

  • 1991,
    • a. avec Ernesto Screpanti, dir., Rethinking economics: Markets, technology and economic evolution, Edward Elgar, Aldershot, UK
    • b. Hayek’s theory of cultural evolution: an evaluation in the light of Vanberg’s critique, Economics and Philosophy, 7: 67–82
      • Repris en 2004, In: John Wood, dir., Friedrich A. Hayek. Critical Assessments, Londres, Routledge, ch 7, pp118-134
  • 1992,
    • a. Carl Menger’s Theory of the Evolution of Money: Some Problems, Review of Political Economy, 4 (4): 396-412
      • Repris en 1993, Carl Menger and the Evolution of Money, In: Geoffrey Hodgson, Economics and Evolution: Bringing Life Back into Economics, Cambridge: Polity Press and University of Michigan Press, pp109-120
    • b. "Thorstein Veblen and post-Darwinian Economics", Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol 16, pp285-301
  • 1993,
    • a. Economics and Evolution: Bringing Life Back into Economics. Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Press
    • b. 'The Mecca of Alfred Marshall', Economic Journal, 103 (2) March, pp406-415
    • c. Institutional Economics : Surveying the "Old" and The New", Metroeconomica, Vol 44, pp1-28
    • d. dir., « The Economies of Institutions », Aldershot, Edward Elgar
  • 1994,
    • a. Hayek, Evolution, and Spontaneous Order, In: Philip Mirowski, Dir., Natural images in economic thought, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp408-447
    • b. Optimization and evolution: Winter's critique of Friedman revisited, Cambridge Journal of Economics 18: 413-430
    • c. The Return of Institutional Economics, In: N. J. Srelser et R. Swedberg, dir., The Handbook of Economic Sociology, Princeton University Press, Russel Sage Foundation
    • d. avec M. Tool et W. J. Samuels, dir., The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, Edward Elgar Publishing
    • e. "Precursors of modern evolutionary economics", In: R. W. England, dir., "Evolutionary Concepts in Contemporary Economics", Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, pp9-35
  • 1995,
    • a. The Evolution of Evolutionary Economics: Review Article, Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 42, N°4, pp469-488
    • b. Dir., Economics and Biology, Aldershot, U.K., Edward Elgar
  • 1996,
    • a. The Challenge of Evolutionary Economics, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, décembre, Vol 152, N°4, pp697-706
    • b. The Viability of Institutional Economics, Journal of Economic Literature
  • 1997,
    • a. "The Ubiquity of Habbits and Rules", Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol 21, n°6, novembre, pp663-684
    • b. "Economics and the Return to Mecca: The Recognition of Novelty and Emergence", Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, Vol 8, pp399-412
  • 1998,
    • a. "The Approach of Institutional Economics", Journal of Economic Literature, Vol 36, pp166-192
    • b. "Emergence", In: J. B. Davi, D. Wade Hands, U. Mäki, dir., "The Handbook of Economic Methodology", Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp156-160
    • c. "Competence and Contract in the Theory of the Firm", Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol 35, pp179-201
  • 1999,
    • a. Economics and Utopia: Why the Learning Economy is not the End of History, London and New York: Routledge
    • b. Evolution and Institutions. On Evolutionary Economics and the Evolution of Economics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar

De 2000 à 2009

  • 2000,
    • a. "Shackle and Institutional Economics: Some Bridges and Barriers", In: P. E. Earl et S. F. Frowen, Dir., Economics as an Art of Thought: Essays in Memory of G. L. S. Shackle, Routledge, London, pp51-75
    • b. What is the Essence of Institutional Economics?, Journal of Economic Issues, XXXIV(2), pp317-329
    • c. "The Marketing of Wisdom: Resource-Advantage Theory", Journal of Macromarketing, June, Vol 20, pp68-72
    • d. "From Micro to Macro: The Concept of Emergence and the Role of Institutions", In: L. Burlamaqui, A. Castro et H.-J. Chang, dir., "Institutions and the Role of the State", Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • 2001,
    • a. How Economics Forgot History: The Problem of Historical Specificity in Social Science, London and New York: Routledge
    • b. Is Social Evolution Lamarckian or Darwinian?, In: John Laurent et John Nightingale, dir., Darwinism and Evolutionary Economics, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp87-118
    • c. ‘Darwin, Veblen and the problem of causality in economics’, History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, Vol 23, pp383–422
  • 2002,
    • a. dir., A Modern Reader in Institutional and Evolutionary Economics: Key Concept, Aldershot and Lyme, NH: Edward Elgar
    • b. ‘Darwinism in Economics: from analogy to ontology’, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 12(2): 259–281
    • c. "The Evolution of Institutions: An Agenda for Future Theoretical Research", Constitutional Political Economy, 13, pp111-127
    • d. "The Legal Nature of the Firm and the Myth of the Firm-Market Hybrid", International Journal of the Economics of Business, 9(1), February, pp37–60
    • e. Commentaire du livre de Pierre Garrouste et Stavros Ioannides, dir., "Evolution and Path Dependence in Economic Ideas: Past and Present", Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol 24, n°4, pp508-509
  • 2003,
    • a. Darwinism and Institutional Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, 37: 85-97
    • b. Hayekian Evolution Reconsidered, Cambridge Journal of Economics
    • c. John R. Commons and the Foundations of Institutional Economics, Journal of Economic Issues, XXXVII(3), pp547-576
    • d. The Mystery of Routine: The Darwinian Destiny of An Evolutionary. Theory of Economic Change, Revue Économique, vol. 54, pp355-384
    • e. avec T. Knudsen, The Complex Evolution of a Simple Traffic Convention: The Functions and Implications of Habit, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization
    • f. Institutions as repositories of knowledge : some milestones in the evolution of an idea, Economie appliquée, n°3
    • g. "The hidden persuaders: Institutions and individuals in economic theory", Cambridge Journal of Economics, 27(2) March
  • 2004,
    • a. On the problem of formalism in economics, Post-Autistic Economics Review, no 28, pp3-11
    • b. avec Thorbjørn Knudsen, The firm as an interactor: firms as vehicles for habits and routines, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 14(3), pp281-.
    • c. avec Thorbjørn Knudsen, “The Complex Evolution of a Simple Traffic Convention: The Functions and Implications of Habit”, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol 54, n°1, pp19-47
    • d. Darwinism, causality and the social sciences, Journal of Economic Methodology 11:2, pp175–194 June
    • e. "The Evolution of Institutional Economics: Agency, Structure and Darwinism in American Institutionalism", London and New York: Routledge
    • f. "Hayekian evolution reconsidered: A reply to Caldwell", Cambridge Journal of Economics, 28(2) March
    • g. "Veblen in Chicago: The winds of creativity", Research in the history of economic thought and methodology, 22B,
    • h. "Austrian Economics, Evolutionary Psychology and Individual Actions", Advances in Austrian Economics, Vol 7
  • 2005,
    • a. Decomposition and Growth: biological metaphors in The Evolutionary Foundation of Economics, In: Kurt Dopfer, dir., Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp105-150
    • b. Knowledge at work: Some neoliberal anachronisms, Review of Social Economy, Vol 63, n°4, December, pp547-565
  • 2008,
    • a. "The Concept of a Routine", In: M. Becker, dir., "Handbook of Organizational Routines", Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
    • b. avec Howard Aldrich, D. Hull, T. Knudsen, J. Mokyr, Viktor Vanberg, "In defence of generalized Darwinism", Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 18(5), pp577–596

Depuis 2010

  • 2010,
    • a. avec Thorbjørn Knudsen, "Darwin's Conjecture: The Search for General Principles of Social and Economic Evolution", University of Chicago Press
    • b. “Albert Schäffle’s critique of socialism", In: J. Vint et al., dir., "Economic Theory and Economic Thought", Florence, Ky.: Routledge, pp296–315
    • c. "Limits of transaction cost analysis", In: Peter G. Klein, Michael E. Sykuta, dir., "The Elgar Companion to Transaction Cost Economics", Aldershot, U.K.: Edward Elgar, pp297-306
  • 2012, "Veblen, Commons and the Theory of the Firm", In: Michael Dietrich, Jackie Krafft, dir., "Handbook on the Economics and Theory of the Firm", Edward Elgar Publishing
  • 2013, "Editorial Introduction to the Elinor Ostrom Memorial Issue", Journal of Institutional Economics, vol 9, n°4, pp381-385

Littérature secondaire

  • 1990, Peter Boettke, Institutions and Individuals, Commentaire du livre de Geoffrey Hodgson, Economics and Institutions, Critical Review, 4, n°1-2, pp10-26
    • Repris en 1995, In: David L. Prychitko, Dir., Individuals, Institutions, Interpretations, Brookfield, VT: Avebury, pp19-35
  • 1994, Laurence S. Moss, Commentaire du livre de Geoffrey Hodgson, Economics and Evolution, Marshall Studies Bulletin, Vol 4, pp33-49
  • 2001, Bruce J. Caldwell, Hodgson on Hayek: A Critique, Cambridge Journal of Economics, vol. 25, n°4, juillet, pp539-53
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