NEW BOOK ON MEMETICS AND EVOLUTIONARY ECONOMICS
New edited book on memetics and evolutionary economics published by Michael P. Schlaile, University of Hohenheim.
The book explores the question of whether and how meme theory or “memetics” can be fruitfully utilized in evolutionary economics and proposes an approach known as “economemetics”, which is a combination of meme theory and complexity theory, that has the potential to combat the fragmentation of evolutionary economics while re-connecting the field with cultural evolutionary theory. By studying the intersection of cultural and economic evolution, complexity economics, computational economics, and network science, the authors establish a connection between memetics and evolutionary economics at different levels of investigation.
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