Evolution in Markets and Institutions. Evolutionary economics: Some principles.
Evolution in Markets and Institutions.
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Ulrich Witt (6. November 1946 in Göttingen) is a German economist and former Director of the Evolutionary Economics Group at the Max Planck Institute of Economics in Jena (Germany). He also holds an honorary professorship at the Friedrich Schiller University.
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Evolution as the theme of a new heterodoxy in economics. c. di. Evolution in Markets and Institutions. In Ulrich Witt, Explaining Process and Change: Approaches to Evolutionary Economics, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, pp3-20. e. Individualistic Foundations of Evolutionary Economics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. f. "The Endogenous Public Choice Theorist", Public Choice, Vol 73, pp117–129. d. Path-Dependence in Institutional Change, In: Paul David et C. Antonelli, Path-Dependence and Its Implications for Economic Policy, New York, Basil Blackwell.
I posed this question to Ulrich Witt, the . In that article Ulrich discusses four different approaches, distinguished in a 2 x 2 classification.
I posed this question to Ulrich Witt, the director of evolutionary economics group at the Max Planck Institute for Economics and the organizer of the meeting. According to Ulrich, there are two main currents in evolutionary economics, which have developed largely independently of each other. After a Bob May seminar on complexity theory and stock markets, someone asked whether he had actually made a profit applying his ideas to a real market. In typical Bob May fashion, he replied, I don’t know, but George (Sugihara) is driving a new Porsche.