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  1. Arjo Klamer (2003). A Pragmatic View on Values in Economics. Journal of Economic Methodology 10 (2):191-212.
    A cultural economic perspective focuses on values as they affect behavior, the valuations in various spheres as well as the valorization, that is, the enhancement or the changing of values. The pragmatic view focuses on the way values function in everyday life and in particular on the deliberations in which they are formed and expressed. Values matter; the challenge is to render them susceptible to analysis in economic contexts. The illustrations are derived from the economics of the arts.
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  2. Arjo Klamer & Hendrik P. Van Dalen (2002). Attention and the Art of Scientific Publishing. Journal of Economic Methodology 9 (3):289-315.
    As so many other activities nowadays, modern science revolves around the competition for attention. Unlike in so many other attention games, in science those who seek attention are more or less the same people who are giving it. An important characteristic is the skewness of the distribution of scientific attention. We discuss the effect these characteristics have on scientific institutions. An important thesis of ours is that scientists converge in clusters of likeminded scientists. Given the character of scientific organization and (...)
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  3. Altug Yalcintas (2010). PHD Thesis Summary: Intellectual Paths and Pathologies: How Small Events in Scholarly Life Accidentally Grow Big (2009). Erasmus Journal of Philosophy and Economics 3 (1):123-125.
  4. Altug Yalcintas (2009). Intellectual Paths and Pathologies: How Small Events in Scholarly Life Accidentally Grow Big. Dissertation, Erasmus University Rotterdam