To specialize or to innovate? An internalist account of pluralistic ignorance in economics

Synthese 191 (11) (2014)

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Rogier De Langhe
Tilburg University
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Keywords Pluralistic ignorance  Exploitation  Exploration  Thomas Kuhn  Scientific revolutions  Economics
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-014-0436-z
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