A rejoinder to Cook and response to Chao: Moving the Textbook/LSE debate forward

Journal of Economic Methodology 12 (1):137-147 (2005)
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The reply by Cook and comment by Chao demonstrate Kuhn's thesis that different scientists place different values on different components of their common discipline. This fact is demonstrated by first succinctly summarizing Cook's and my original points within the framework of a simple choice model. I then respond to Cook and Chao. I close by offering some suggestions on how the Textbook/LSE debate could be moved forward.
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