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The Relationship Between Old Institutional Economics (OIE) and Feminist Economics: An Essay on Veblen and Feminist Economics

The Relationship Between Old Institutional Economics (OIE) and Feminist Economics: An Essay on Veblen and Feminist Economics
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Author(s): Ilkben Akansel (University of Bartin, Turkey)
Copyright: 2020
Pages: 26
Source title: Examining the Relationship Between Economics and Philosophy
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Ilkben Akansel (University of Bartin, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1037-7.ch001

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Abstract

Economics and philosophy has a deep connection. It sometimes intertwined with each other whether economics needs philosophy or not. Philosophy of economics is a neccessity in order to understand the circumstances behind the economics events. Comprehension of such a neccessity can be complicated on certain occasions because of neoclassical economics thought. Neoclassical economics is also described as mainstream economics. This has long been a debate that critisizes mainstream economics. All followers critisizing mainstream economics are characterized as heterodox economics. Two of the fundemantal heterodox economics concepts are institutional economics and feminist economics. This study will therefore scrutinize mainstream economics in terms of the idea of old institutional economics and feminist economics.

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