The history of the use of self-reports and the methodology of economics

Journal of Economic Methodology 19 (4):357-374 (2012)
Abstract
The main arguments currently held for and against the use of self-reports in economics are presented in their relation to well-known events in the history of the discipline: the ?measurement without theory?, the ?full-cost?, and the ?economic expectations? controversies. Doing so, the paper highlights the so far neglected role of George Katona's behavioral economics in these methodological discussions
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