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John Hudson, Department of Economics, University of Bath, UK.
Hartmut Kliemt, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany.
Martin Leroch, Institute of Political Science, University of Mainz, Germany.



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Luciano Andreozzi, Dept. Economics, University of Trento, Italy.
Timo Airaksinen, Dept. Philosophy, University of Helsinki, Finland.
Friedel Bolle, Dept. Economics, Viadrina (University of Frankfurt/O.), Germany
Steven Brams, Department of Political Science, New York University, USA.
Shanti Chakravarty, Bangor Business School, Wales, UK.
Gianfranco Gambarelli, Dept. Mathematics, University of Bergamo, Italy.
Bernie Grofman, Department of Political Science, University of California at Irvine, USA.
Werner Güth, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Jena, Germany.
Martin van Hees, Dept. Philosophy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
Robert Hoffmann, Nottingham University Business School, UK.
Hannu Nurmi, Department of Political Science, University of Turku, Finland.
Raymond C. Russ, Dept. Psychology, University of Maine, USA

Don Saari, Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Science, University of California at Irvine, USA.

Norman Schofield, Center in Political Economy, Washington University in St. Louis, USA.

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HOMO OECONOMICUS 31(1/2): “Basic Income”, edited by Ulrich Steinvorth and Yumin Ao; ISBN 978-3-89265-114-7, 262 pages, EUR 24,00

Contributions: Introduction to “Basic Income”, Ulrich Steinvorth and Yumin Ao; Hyman Minsky, Hegel and the Ethics of the Job Guarantee, David Merrill; The Right to a Workplace, Wolfgang Weigel; Between the Stability of Employment and Market Flexibility: Employment Relations in the Post-bubble Japanese Economy, Mariusz Krawczyk; Can Liberal Egalitarianism Justify a Basic Income? David Sherman; Does Basic Income have to Justify Capitalism? A Critique of Philippe Van Parijs' View of Society,Christoph Henning; Capitalism, Unemployment, and Basic Income, Ulrich Steinvorth; Basic Income for All: Unaffordable Dream or Real Option for a Civil Society?Peter Ulrich; Economic Security in the Twenty-First Century: How Guaranteed Annual Income (GAI) Confronts Multiple Imperatives,Richard Pereira; Basic Income in Mixed Economies, Richard Sturn; Should Income Grants in Poor Countries be Conditional or Unconditional? Rigmar Osterkamp; Paid Basic Income, Fertility Rates and Economic Growth, Elise S. Brezis; Can Financing of Unconditional Income Grants Increase Wage Gaps? Martin Leroch.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 30(4): ISBN 978-3-89265-113-0, 111 pages, EUR 24,00.

Contributions: A Recursive Value for n-Person Cooperative Games, Hannu Salonen; Quantitative Evaluation of Veto Power,Michela Chessa and Vito Fragnelli; Homo Oeconomicus in Ancient Athens: Silver Bonanza and the Choice to Build a Navy,George Tridimas.

Symposiumon “Freedom, Responsibility, and Science,” edited and introduced by

Juha Räikkä: Freedom, Responsibility, and Science, Thomas Magnell; A “Dangerous Idea” – Taking Seriously Thomas Magnell’s Injunction to Direct Thought to Thought. Comments on Thomas Magnell’s “Freedom, Responsibility, and Science,” Lydia Amir; The Clever, the Stupid and the Ugly. Some Dangers of Cognitive Enhancement, Harald Stelzer; “She Blinded Me with Science:” Green Luddite Reflections on “Freedom, Responsibility, and Science,”Daniel Mishori; On Scenarios and Knowledge Promotion, Marko Ahteensuu and Juha Räikkä; Science and Morality, Ian M. Church; The Concept of Bigotry in the Study of Freedom, Responsibility and Science, David E. Hojman.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 30(3): “The Bright Side of Scandals”, edited by Alain Marciano and Nathalie Moureau ISBN 978-3-89265-112-3, 149 pages, EUR 24,00,

Contributions: The Bright Side of Scandals: An Introduction, Alain Marciano and Nathalie Moureau;The Political Economy of Human Rights Scandals,Christopher J. Coyne and Rachel L. Coyne; Learning from Scandal about What We Know and What We Think We Know, David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart; The Enron Scandal a Decade Later: Lessons Learned? Alexandre Di Miceli da Silveira; Between the Exceptional Individual and the Exception: Scandals of Self-Ownership, Jaime Hanneken; Sade, or the Scandal of Desire, Timo Airaksinen; Scandaland the Artist’s Ethics, Between Aesthetics and Politics: From Brancusi to Cattelan, Chrystelle Desbordes.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 30(2): ISBN 978-3-89265-107-9, 127 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: Introduction, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt, Hans Jürgen Ramser, and Manfred Stadler; Schumpeterian Innovation and Preference Adaptation, Carl Christian von Weizsäcker; Scientific Breakthroughs, Innovation Clusters and Stochastic Growth Cycles, Manfred Stadler;Does New Venture Teams’ Functional Heterogeneity Help or Hinder Start-up Performance?, Uwe Cantner, Maximilian Goethner, and Michael Stuetzer; Cost-reducing investments – An experimental approach,Armin Schmutzler; Creativity, Analytical Skills, Personality Traits, and Innovative Capability: A Lab Experiment,Agnes Bäker, Werner Güth, Kertin Pull, and Manfred Stadler.

Comment, Reply and Review: Efficiency, Fairness and Conflict in Scientific Publishing – Further Thoughts on Nentjes‘ “On the Right to Repeat Oneself,“Tim Krieger and Bernhard Neumärker;“On the Right to Repeat Oneself” – A Rejoinder to Comments, Andries Nentjes; Conservatism, or Troubles with Modernity. Review Essay on Leonidas Donskis’s Power and Imagination, Timo Airaksinen.

 

HOMO OECONOMICUS 30(1): ISBN 978-3-89265-106-2, 126 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: Happy Bargain: Aspiring Good or Accepting Fair Deals? Friedel Bolle and Philipp Otto; The Precautionary Principle and the Justifiability of Three Imperatives, Marko Ahteensuu; Portuguese Inquisitorial Sentencing Trends, R. Warren Anderson;Laws and Goodness as the Foundations of Machiavelli’s Republic, Timo Laine; Veblen, Commons, and the Modern Corporation: Why Management Does Not Fit Economics, Thibault Le Texier.

Comments: The Essential Relativity of Happiness and Wellbeing. Comments on Bjorn Grinde (2013), ”Happiness and Mental Health as Understood in a Biological Perspective,” Homo Oeconomicus 29(4): 535-556, Heta Aleksandra Gylling; Meanings of ‘Happiness’: Comments on Bjorn Grinde, ”Happiness and Mental Health as Understood in a Biological Perspective,” Homo Oeconomicus 29(4): 535-556, Timo Airaksinen.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 29(4): ISBN 978-3-89265-111-6, 139 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles : Limit Property of a Multi-Choice Value and the Fuzzy Value, Rie Ono-Yoshida;Information and Cooperation, Katri K. Sieberg;OrganisationalStructureandManagerialEfficiency: A Quasi-Experimental AnalysisofGerman Public Theatres, MartaZieba and CarolNewman;Happiness and Mental Health as Understood in a Biological Perspective, Bjørn Grinde;Contemporary Art’s Influence on Concepts of Originality and Authenticity in Restoration-conservation, Hiltrud Schinzel.

Comments: A Comment on Nentjes’ “On the Right to Repeat Oneself,”Vikas Kumar;Self-Repetition: Where is the Harm? - A Comment on Skott’s “Systematic Dangers of Self-Repetition,” Cătălin Avramescu;Reply to Avramescu, Peter Skott.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 29(3): ISBN 978-3-89265-110-9, 166 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: The Weighted Exogenous-Payments Outside-Options Value, Harald Wiese;Coalition Configurations and the Public Good Index,Jose M. Alonso-Meijide, Balbina Casas-Mendez, Gloria Fiestras-Janeiro, Manfred J. Holler and Andreas Nohn; Tax Expenditures: Pervasive, ‘Hidden’ and Undesirable Subsidies to the Arts?;John W. O’Hagan; Demarcations and Dirty Money: Financing New Private Contemporary Art Institutions in Sweden, Erik Wikberg and Lars Strannegård; Desire and Happiness, Timo Airaksinen; On the Right to Repeat Oneself, Andries Nentjes.



Comments: Comments on Nentjes’ ”On the Right to Repeat Oneself”, Katri K. Sieberg; Systemic Dangers of Self-Repetition – a Comment on Nentjes, Peter Skott;Self-Plagiarizing Prostitutes: Limiting the Need to Repeat Oneself? A Comment on: “On the Right to Repeat Oneself” by Andries Nentjes,Emanuela Carbonara.

 

HOMO OECONOMICUS 29(2): ISBN 978-3-89265-080-5, 139 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: Cooperation and Diversity: An Evolutionary Approach, Luigino Bruni and Alessandra Smerilli; A Note on Communication Structures; Vito Fragnelli; The Pay-and-Use Value, Martin Kohl and Harald Wiese; A Violation of Monotonicity in a Noncooperative Setting, Maria Montero and Juan J. Vidal-Puga; Veto Players and Non-Cooperative Foundations of Power in Legislative Bargaining, Andreas Nohn; Rethinking the Decline of the West: Three Modes of the Untergang Discourse, Leonidas Donskis.

The ArtsSection: Who is Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III: Vandalism and Freedom, Hiltrud Schinzel; Who Financed Dogu Bankov?, Tomas Kavaliauskas talks to Gøran A. Ohldieck.

Reviews: A New Approach to Business Ethics: Review of Tomas Kavaliauskas. The Individual in Business Ethics: An American Cultural Perspective, Almantas Samalavičius; Niccolò Machiavelli. History, Power, and Virtue, Karl Marker.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 29(1): “Religion, Markets, and Society”, edited by Robert Hoffmann and Jonathan F.W. Tan, ISBN 978-3-89265-079-9, 139 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: Religion, Markets, and Society: An Introduction, Robert Hoffmann and Jonathan F.W. Tan, Happiness and Religious Capital: Expanding Economic and Related Discourses, John Atherton; The Religious Dimension to Ethnic Disadvantage in Great Britain, David Blackaby, Derek Leslie, Philip Murphy and Nigel O’Leary; Is It Rational to Believe in God? Decision-Theoretic and Game-Theoretic Perspectives, Steven J. Brams; The Relationship Between Religion and Fertility: Evidence for Austria, Guido Heineck; Does Monotheism Cause Conflict?, Vikas Kumar; A Buddhist Perspective on Rational Action, Glen Whelan.

HOMO OECONOMICUS 28(4): “The Secrets of Secrets II,” edited by Timo Airaksinen and Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 978-3-89265-078-2, 162 pages, EUR 24,00.

Secrets of Science in Bacon’s New Atlantis, Timo Airaksinen; The Secret and the Mystery of the Divine – and the Publicity of the Gospel, Andreas Pawlas; Secret Gardens, Renate Huecking; Secrets of Kamasutra, Vikas Kumar; Isaiah Berlin and the Idea of Artificial Dialectic, Cătălin Avramescu; Unrevealed Information in Social Relations, Juha Räikkä; Secret Statistics, Sofia Blind; Secrets, Deep and Dark in Dostoevski, Dina Babushkina; On Machiavelli’s Conspiracy Paradoxes, Manfred J. Holler.

HOMO OECONOMICUS 28(3): ISBN 978-3-89265-077-5, 184 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: ‘Ranking Wheels’ and Decision Cycles, Donald G. Saari; The Revealed-Preference Interpretation of Payoffs in Game Theory, Aki Lehtinen;Methodological and Moral Muddles in Evolutionary Psychology, Stuart Silvers; Modeling the Diffusion of Ideas by Stochastic Differential Equations, Florian Rupp; Intrafirm Conflicts and Interfirm Competition, Werner Güth, Kerstin Pull, and Manfred Stadler; Pure Bargaining Problems and the Shapley Rule, Francesc Carreo and Guillermo Owen.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 28(1/2): “Essays in Honor of Hannu Nurmi, Volume II”, edited by Manfred J. Holler, Andreas Nohn, and Hannu Vartiainen, ISBN 978-3-89265-076-8, 231 pages, EUR 24,00.

For Hannu Nurmi, Manfred J. Holler, Andreas Nohn, and Hannu Vartiainen; Support for Political Leaders, Norman Schofield and Evan Schnidman; Intensity Comparisons, the Borda Rule and Democratic Theory, Eerik Lagerspetz; A Test of the Marginalist Defense of the Rational Voter Hypothesis Using Quantile Regression, Serguei Kaniovski; The Effect of Institutional and Party System Factors on Turnout in Finnish Parliamentary Elections, 1962–2007: A District-Level Analysis, Peter Söderlund, Hanna Wass, and Bernard Grofman; Rational Choice Rationality and Individual Behavior, Kaisa Herne; Building a Dictator: A Social Choice Analysis of the Line Item Veto, Katri K. Sieberg; A Review of Some Recent Results on Power Indices, Jose M. Alonso-Meijide, Balbina Casas-Méndez, and M. Gloria Fiestras-Janeiro; Measuring Power and Satisfaction in Societies with Opinion Leaders, René van den Brink, Agnieszka Rusinkowska, and Frank Steffen; Logrolling in n-Player Bargaining, Hannu Vartiainen; On the Degree of Manipulability of Multi-Valued Social Choice Rules, Fuad Aleskerov, Daniel Karabekyan, M. Remzi Sanver, and Vyacheslav Yakuba; Bimatrix Games in General Equilibrium, Klaus Kultti and Antti Miettunen; Non-Detrimentality of Opinion Leaderships, Andreas Nohn.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 27(4): “EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Volume 6”, edited by Manfred J. Holler and John Hudson, ISBN 978-3-89265-075-1, 203 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: An Alternative Explanation of Parties’ Extreme Positioning:A Spatial Model Analysis under the “Second Degree Preference” Hypothesis, Achillefs Papageorgiou and Ioannis Papageorgiou; Does Central Bank Independence Matter?: An Examination Using the Taylor Rule, Aleksandra Maslowska; State Protection, Interest Groups and Government Spending in the Kingdom of Italy, 1876-1913, Nadia Fiorino andRoberto Ricciuti; Fair Voting Rules in Committees, Strict Proportional Power and Optimal Quota, František Turnovec; Human Nature or Cultural Constructs: A Phenomenological Account of Justice and Efficiency Conflict, Tõnu Viik; The Letter to the Queen: CReBB, the Sequel, Ray Rees.

Symposium: EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Volume 6, edited by Manfred J. Holler and John Hudson

What Have We Learned about Standards and Standardization? Michael B. Spring; Arriving at a Consensus when Developing and Publishing Standards: An Australian Perspective, Peter Walsh, International Standardization of Technical and Scientific Terminology, Hans Teichmann; Supranational Agency: A Solution for Conflict in International Mergers? Poonam Mehra; Standardization of Real Property Rights and Public Regulations: A Terminological Approach, Jesper M. Paasch.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 27(3): “Letter to the Queen”. edited by Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 978-3-89265-074-4, 153 pages, EUR 24,00

Articles: Non-instrumental Behavior in an Environmental Public Good Game, Leif Helland and Jon Hovi, On Making Full Sense of Adam Smith, Richard Sturn, Strategy in the Kautiliya Arthasastra, Vikas Kumar, Freedom, Opportunity and Uncertainty: A Critical Review, Ruvin Gekker and Ashley Piggins.

Symposium: Letter to the Queen, edited by Manfred J. Holler

“The Letter” and “A Response”, The Great Detour, Peter Skott, Why no one Foresaw the Economic Crisis? John Hudson, A Letter Reminding the Profession of its True Tasks, Andreas Freytag, “… so that you Never Need to Ask your Question Again”, Leif Helland, Is the Economic Crisis a Crisis of Economics as well? Gebhard Kirchgässner, Economics, Political Economy and Social Philosophy: A Reaction to the Letter to the Queen, Alain Marciano, On the Dismal State of a Dismal Science? Heinz D. Kurz.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 27(1/2): “Schumpeter for Our Century”. edited by Horst Hanusch, Heinz D. Kurz and Christian Seidl, ISBN 978-3-89265-073-7, 227 pages, EUR 24,00

Articles: Thoughts on Socialism Seventy Years after Schumpeter, John E. Roemer; Neo-Schumpeterian Flexicurity Capitalism: Heterogeneous Skills and the Formation of Elites, Peter Flaschel, Alfred Greiner and Sigrid Luchtenberg; Schumpeter on Queen Elizabeth’s Stockings and the Co-evolutionary Nature of Innovation, Kanak Patel and Kirill Zavodov; Fighting the Crisis: Public Sector Governance in a Comprehensive Neo-Schumpeterian System, Horst Hanusch; Beyond the Third Pillar: Neo-Schumpeterian Economics and Stakeholder Theory, John Donohue; Governing Finance and Knowledge: An Evolutionary Perspective, Leonardo Burlamaqui; Evolutionary Economics and the Disappearing NAIRU and Phillips Curve, Richard G. Lipsey; Overcoming the Next Crisis: Some Preliminary Thoughts, Christian Seidl.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 26(3/4): “Essays in Honor of Hannu Nurmi: Volume I” edited by Manfred J. Holler and Mika Widgrén ISBN 978-3-89265-072-0, 276 pages, EUR 36,00.

Articles: Introduction, Manfred J. Holler; On Power: Strategic A Priori Power in the European Union’s Codecision Procedure, Stefan Napel and Mika Widgrén; The QM Rule in the Nice and Lisbon Treaties: Future Projections, Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover; A Priori Voting Power and the U.S. Electoral College; Nicholas R. Miller; A New Family of Power Indices for Voting Games; Vito Fragnelli, Stefania Ottone and Roberto Sattanino; The Public Good Index with Threats in A Priori Unions, Manfred J. Holler and Andreas Nohn; The Banzhaf Value When some Players are Incompatible; José Maria Alonso-Meijide, Mikel Alvares-Mozos, and Maria Gloria Fiestras-Janeiro; Power Indices in Politics: Some Results and Open Problems; Gianfranco Gambarelli and Izabella Stach; A Preliminary Simulative Assessment of Disproportionality Indices, Matteo Migheli, Guido Ortona, and Ferruccio Ponzano; On Voting: Voting and Power, Annick Laruelle and Federico Valenciano; A Geometric Approach to Paradoxes of Majority Voting: From Anscombe’s Paradox to the Discursive Dilemma with Saari and Nurmi, Daniel Eckert and Christian Klamler; List Apparentements in Local Elections: A Lottery, Peter Leutgäb and Friedrich Pukelsheim; The Core with Positional Spatial Voting, Donald G. Saari; Truth and Chance: Can Students Evaluate Teaching Quality?, Matti Wiberg, 'Objectivity' in Parliamentary and Scholarly Disputes: On Max Weber's rhetorical redescription of a concept, Kari Palonen; Why Theory Choosing is Better than Hypothesis Testing, Donald Wittman; Fortune is a Woman: Machiavelli on Luck and Virtue, Timo Airaksinen.

HOMO OECONOMICUS 26(2), ISBN 978-3-89265-071-3, 111 pages, EUR 16,00.

Articles : Interative Reasoning in an Experimental Lemon Market, Annette Kirstein and Roland Kirstein ; On the Procedural Freedom of Choice, Ritxar Arlegi and Dinko Dimitrov; Freedom and Unanticipated Consequences, Frank A. Hindriks; A note on Measuring Voters’ Responsibility, Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover ; Necessary and Sufficient Conditions to Make the Numbers Count, Marlies Ahlert and Hartmut Kliemt ; Why Private Events are Associative: Automatic Chaining and Associationism, Robert Epstein.

HOMO OECONOMICUS 26(1): “The Secrets of Secrets,” edited by Timo Airaksinen and Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 978-3-89265-070-6, 174 pages, EUR 22,00.

Articles: Editorial Introduction, Timo Airaksinen and Manfred J. Holler; Masking and Revealing Secrets: Encryption, Competitive Intelligence and Spy Games, Rupert A. Brandmeier and Florian Rupp; The Zimmermann Telegram: How to Make Use of Secrets? Manfred J. Holler; The Secret Partnership and the Dynamics of Art, Barbara Klose-Ullmann; Don’t Tell Us: the Demand for Secretive Behavior, Pierre Salmon; The Strategic Use of Secrets: Doubts about a Proposal of Schelling, Friedel Bolle and Yves Breitmoser; Secrets, Mysteries, and Art, Leonidas Donskis; Conspiracy as a Dirty Secret: The Case of 9/11, Timo Airaksinen; Conservativism and Secrecy, Heta Aleksandra Gylling; Secrets and Lies: The Neighbourhood of No-Truth, Patrick A. McNutt.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 25(3/4): ISBN 978-3-89265-069-0, 208 pages, EUR 28.00.

A Festival Issue: 25 volumes of HOMO OECONOMICUS

Articles: Approximate Truth in Economic Modelling, Geoffrey Brennan, Werner Güth, and Hartmut Kliemt; Choosing Guilt, Luciano Andreozzi; Aggregation of Lexicographic Orderings, Marlies Ahlert; The Majority Judgement Voting Procedure; A Critical Evaluation, Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover; The Efficiency of Fairness in Voting Systems, Frantisek Turnovec; Modelling Political Economy, Norman Schofield; Neo-Conservatives or Neo-Liberal?, Shanti P. Chakravarty; Presupposition in Empirical Ethics, Timo Airaksinen; TV, Time, and Happiness, Bruno S. Frey and Christine Benesch; Trying to Understand Nothing, Friedel Bolle; Re-defining Arts, Readymades, and Secrets, Manfred J. Holler; Waves, Spectra, Sounds: Fourier Analysis, Florian Rupp.

The DessertSection: Beigli, George Frankfurter.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 25(2): ISBN 978-3-89265-068-3, 123 pages, EUR 20.00.

Articles: Do Voting Power Considerations Explain the Formation of Political Coalitions? Vincent C.H. Chua and Dan S. Felsenthal; Peace and the Sharing of Power: Contrasting Conquest and Non-Conquest Settings, Martin Leroch; Straffin Meets Condorcet: What can a Voting Power Theorist Learn from a Jury Theorist? Serguei Kaniovski; Negotiating European Economic and Monetary Union, Madeleine O. Hosli; On Power and Punishment: Buddhism and Statecraft in Ancient India, Michael Zimmermann.

The ArtsSection: The Container Manifesto: Why Boxes Must Remain Closed, Alex Close.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 25(1): ISBN 978-3-89265-067-5, 134 pages, EUR 22,00.

Articles: Adam Smith’s Intuition Pump: The Impartial Spectator, Martin Leroch; Three Versions of Impartiality: An Experimental Investigation, Kaisa Herne and Tarja Mård; Religion, Politics, and Luck: Explaining the Rise of Sustained Innovation, Leonard Dudley; Who Votes for Ecologist Parties? Evidence from Suburban France, Yves Egal, Raphaël Franck, Nicolay Getchev, Bruno Jérôme, Betrand Lemencier, and Nicolas Vaillant; Wealth In duced Multiple Equilibria in Small Open Economy Versions of the Ramsey Model, Franz X. Hof and Franz Wirl.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 24(3/4), Power Measures IV, edited by Gianfranco Gambarelli: ISBN 3-89265-066-9, 168 pages, EUR 28,00.

Articles: Minimax Multi-District Apportionments, Gianfranco Gambarelli and Arsen Palestini; On Penrose’s Square-Root Law and Beyond, Werner Kirsch; From a Toy Model to the Double Square-Root Voting System, Wojciech Slomiczynski and Karol Zyczkowski; Voting Operators and Weak Dictatorship, Massimiliano Ferrara; Worth-sharing through Möbius Inversion, Giovanni Rossi; Discovering Electorate Preferences in Voting Procedures, Jerzy Holubiec, Grazyna Szkatula, and Darius Wagner; The Public Good Index when Some Voters are Incompatible, J.M. Alonso-Meijide and B. Casas-Mendez; Partnership in Politics: a Case Study, Francesc Carreras, Maria Dolores Llongueras, and Maria Albina Puente; The Best Represented Voters in Europe: An a priori Voting Power Analysis of the 2004 Elections for the European Parliament, Hannu Nurmi, Tapio Raunio, and Juha Helin.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 24(2): ISBN 3-89265-065-0, 165 pages, EUR 28,00.

Articles: A Formal Classification of Power, Mario Stoppino; Mario Stoppino – A Bio-bibliographical Note, Ian Carter; Social Power and Negative Freedom, Ian Carter; Conceptions of Freedom and Ranking Opportunity Sets: A Typology, Antoinette Bbaujard; The Potential of the Holler-Packel Value and Index: A New Characterization, Ruxandra Haradau and Stefan Napel; Public and Private Choice in Organ Donation, Marlies Ahlert; Regret and Retroaction, Jeanne Peijnenburg.

Book Review: Moral und Ökonomie by Birger Priddat, Martin Leroch.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 24(1): ISBN 3-89265-064-0, 145 pages, EUR 24,00.

Articles: Speeding up Bureaucrats by Greasing Them: An Experimental Study, Luis C. González, Werner Güth, and M. Vittoria Levati; Tax Morale and the Legitimacy of Economic Policy, Jan Schnellenbach; Plotting the Consequences of Electoral Change:
Causes, Outcomes, and Visualisation, Maria Suojanen; The Ruin and Redemption of Homo Oeconomicus, Jan-Willem van der Rijt; Market Efficiency cum Anomalies or Behavioral Finance, George M. Frankfurter; Comparing Games: Go versus Chess
Remarks on the Methodology of Games Research, Ernst Strouhal; European Culture Capitals and Local Development Strategies: Comparing the Genoa and Lille 2004 Cases, Pier Luigi Sacco and Giorgio Tavano Blessi.
Notes from the Profession: Why Doesn’t Britain Trust its Academics? Susanne Kord, Leonard Olscher, Robert Weniger and W. Daniel Wilson


HOMO OECONOMICUS 23(3/4): ISBN 3-89265-063-2, 249 pages, EUR 29,60.

Symposium on Standards and Network Effects, edited by Toker Doganoglu, Introduction; Sangin Park, Strategic Maneuvering and Standardization: Critical Advantage or Critical Mass? Knut Blind; Interoperability of Software: Demand and Solutions; Daniel Cerquera, R&D Incentives, Compatibility and Network Externalities; Jörg Gröndahl, Power and Standardisation: The Case of CEN; Ulrich Blum, How Standards Make the World Flat.

Articles: Claes Gustafsson, Idiergy, Management, and the Second Law of
Organisational Dynamics; Luis G. González, Werner Güth, and Wiebke Kuklys, The Consistency Axiom: An Experimental Study; Siegfried K. Berninghaus and Bodo Vogt, Network Formation in Symmetric 2 x 2 Games; Manfred J. Holler, Adam Smith’s Model of Man and Some of its Consequences; Swee-Hoon Chuah, Anthropology and Economic Imperialism: The Battlefield of Culture.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 23(2): ISBN 3-89265-062-4, 113 pages, EUR 18.00; sFr36.00.

Symposium on Law and Economics, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Vesa Kanniainen: Marta Orviska and John Hudson, Quiet in the Cathedral: Who is the Law Abiding Citizen? Vesa Kannainen and Lisa Pietarila, Corporate Social Responsibility: Can Markets Control?; Klaus Kultti, Tuomas Takalo and Juuso Toikka, Cross Licensing and Collusive Behaviour; Wolfgang Weigel, Why Promote the Economic Analysis of Public Law?

Articles: Christian H. Fahrholz and Philipp Mohl, Does the EMU-Enlargement Impair Price Stability in Europe?; George M. Frankfurter, Capitalism and Fiefdom.

The ArtsSection: Martin van Hees, The cloths Line Saga: Flourishing and Boredom.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 23(1): ISBN 3-89265-061-1, 113 pages, EUR 18.00; sFr36.00.

Articles: Ernst Strouhal, Introductory Remarks on Richard Calvo; Richard Calvo, Life, Chess and Literature in Lucena; Thorsten J. Selck, Veto Players, Decision Rules, and Dimensionality: The Effects of Institutional Change on Organizational Decision-Making; Hartmut Kliemt, Clubs and Reciprocity in Organ Transplantation: The Superiority of Private over Political Governance; Kai Jacobs, ICT Standards Research – Quo Vadis?; Bruno S. Frey, Cultural Tourism.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 22(4): Power Measures III, edited by Gianfranco Gambarelli and Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-060-8, 202 pages, EUR 29.00; sFr58.00.

Articles: Gianfranco Gambarelli and Manfred J. Holler, Introduction; Rana Baru, Satya R. Chakravarty, and Sonali Roy, Measuring Power in Weighted Majority Games; Arsen Palestini, Reformulation of Some Power Indices in Weighted Voting Games; Anna Sabak, Asymptotic Shapley Value with Large and Small Players; Vito Fragnelli, Giovanni Monella, and Guido Ortona, A Simulative Approach for Evaluating Electoral Systems; Maria Montero, On The Nucleolus as a Power Index; Josep Freixas and Montserrat Pons, Circumstantial Power: Optimal Persuasion and Bribes; Cesatino Bertini, Gianfranco Gambarelli, and Izbella Stach, Apportionment Strategies for the European Parliament; Dennis Leech and Robert Leech, Voting Power in the Bretton Woods Institutions; Jérôme Le Tensorer, Rahhal Lahrach, and Vincent Merlin, Who Benefits from the US Withdrawal of the Kyoto Protocol? An Application of the MMEA Method to Measure Power; Matthew Braham, Causation and the Measurement of Power.



HOMO OECONOMICUS 22(3): ISBN 3-89265-059-4, 152 pages, EUR 24.00; sFr48.00.

Articles: Claude Hillinger, The Case for Utilitarian Voting; Klaus Kultti and Hannu Salonen, The Market for Votes; Nicolas G. Vaillant, Do Legal Sanctions Reinforce Social Sanctions? Evidence 19th Century Brittany; Harald Wiese, Employment Relations and the Boundaries of the Firm; Frantisek Turnovec, Arithmetics of Property Rights: A Leontief-type Model of Ownership; Ingrid Größl, ‘The Poor Pay More’: Another Case of Discrimination on the Consumer Credit Market?; Michael Ryan, Non-Constant Sum and R+S Player Extensions of the Linear Programming Representation of Two-Person Constant-Sum Games; Tasos Zembylas, Epistomology and Cultural Economics. The Arts Pages: Nicola Atkinson-Davidson, When a Black Suitcase Becomes More than a Black Suitcase.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 22(2): Making Choices IV, edited by Joachim Frohn, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt und Reinhard Selten, ISBN 3-89265-058-6, 176 pages EUR 28.00; sFr56.00.

Contributions: Marlies Ahlert and Bodo Vogt, An Axiomatic Characterization of a Boundedly Rational Bargaining Solution Based on Two Egalitarian Principles; Jose Apesteguia, A Formal Analysis of Melioration on the Basis of Its Underlying Binary Relations; Siegfried Berninghaus, Werner Güth, and Hartmut Kliemt, Conventions: Some Conventional and Some Not So Conventional Wisdom; Michael Burda, Werner Güth, and Georg Kirchsteiger, Employment Duration and Resistance to Wage Reductions: Experimental Evidence; Werner Güth, Eric van Damme, and Martin Weber, Risk Aversion on Probabilities: Experimental Evidence of Deciding Between Lotteries, Werner Güth and Steffen Huck, On the Evolutionary Stability of Profit Maximization; Werner Güth, Yaakov Kareev, and Hartmut Kliemt; How to Play Randomly without a Random Generator:The Case of Maximin Players; Bodo Vogt, Rules for Subjects’ Decisions in Full Information and Hidden Action Problems in Principal-Agent Games.


HOMO OECONOMICUS 22(1): EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Vol. 5, edited by Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-057-8, 101 pages, EUR 16.00; sFr 32.00.

Contributions: Maintaining the Integrity of Standards: No Passage East of Java, Tineke M. Egyedi and John Hudson; Inter-Technology versus Intra-Technology Competition in Network Markets, Tobias Langenberg; Integration between Hardware and Software Producers in the Presence of Indirect Network Externalities, Sangin Park; Standardization Education, Henk J. de Vries; The Economics of Standards: Theory, Evidence, Policy - a Review Article, Jörg Gröndahl.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XXI(3/4): ISBN 3-89265-056-X, 180 pages, EUR 24.00; sFr48.00.

Symposium: The Brain, Economics, and Rationality, edited by Matthew Braham, Daniel Friedrich, and Frank Steffen; On the Evolution of Consciousness, Rudolf Hernegger; The Neuroeconomics of Anger, Daniel J. Zizzo; How the Brain Predicts and Evaluates Monetary Rewards, Giorgio Coricelli; Bounded Rationality and Theory Absorption, Werner Güth and Hartmut Kliemt.

Articles: Chancellor Schröder, the SPD, and Agenda 2010, Gerard Braunthal; Qualified Majority Voting Explained, Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover; On the Perils of Adopting the Euro in the New Accession Countries, Mariusz K. Krawczyk.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XXI(2): The Rationale of Revolutions, edited by Mario Ferrero, ISBN 3-89265-055-1, 292 pages, EUR 38.00; sFr76.00.

Contributions: Mario Ferrero, Introduction; Ronald Wintrobe, Rational Revolutions; Michael Keren, The State and Two Revolutions: A Popperian Perspective; Terry Sicular, Why do Revolutions Succeed? The Role of Rational Choice in the Chinese Communist Revolution; Mario Ferrero, Revolution or Reform? Socialism’s Dilemma as a Rational Choice Problem; Roger Congleton, Economic Development and Democracy. Does Industrialization Lead to Universal Suffrage? Norman Schofield, The Quandaries of Slavery and Civil War in the United States; Kelley Gary, Social Choice and Southern Secession in the United States; Robert Young, Secession as Revolution; Jorge Restrepo, Michael Spagat and Juan Vargas, The Dynamics of the Colombian Civil Conflict: A New Dataset; Jack Goldstone, Ted Gurr, Monty Marshall and Jay Ulfelder, It’s All about State Structure– New Findings on Revolutionary Origins from Global Data.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XXI(1): The Institutional Analysis of History, edited by Oliver Volckart, ISBN 3-89265-054-3, 158 pages, EUR 24.00; sFr48.00.

Contributions: Oliver Volckart, Introduction: Explaining History - Neo-institutiona-lism in Perspective; Oliver Volckart, Village Communities as Cartels: Problems of Collective Action and their Solutions in Medieval and Early Modern Central Europe; Sibylle Lehmann, A Rent Seeker' Paradise, or Why There Was No Revolution in Fifteenth- to Eighteenth-Century Nuremberg; Eliana Balla, Fiscal Choices and Religion in Ottoman Europe; Martina Eckardt, The Evolution of the German Tort Law in the Nineteenth Century: an Economic Analysis of the Evolution of Law; Shawn Humphrey, Protecting Your Protection in a Violent World: the Link between a State's Organisation of Violence and its Constitutional Design; Niklaus Wolf, Border Changes and Price Adjustment: Evidence from Interwar Poland, 1918-1939.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XX(4), ISBN 3-89265-053-5, 141 pages, EUR 20.00, sFr. 40.00.

Contributions: Gordon H. McCormick and Guillermo Owen, Factionalism, Violence and Bargaining in Civil Wars; Laszlo Goerke and Jakob B. Madsen, Labor Disputes in the Twentieth Century: an International Comparison and Evaluation of Theories; Elke J. Jahn, Institutions Matter - the Role of the Institutional Factors for Labor Disputes: a Comment; Laszlo Goerke and Jakob B. Madsen, Institutional Changes and Strike Activity in OECD-Countries: A reply to Elke Jahn; Hans-Werner Holub, Veronika V. Eberharter and Gottfried Tappeimer, The Role of Criticism in Growth Theory, 1039-1986; Dimitar Antov and Edward Packel, The Coordinated Solution for Superadditive games with Empty Core; Maria Montero, Quota Solutions beyond Quota Games: a Comment on Antov and Packel; René Levinsky and Peter Silarsky, Global Monotonicity of Values of Cooperative Games: an Argument Supporting the Explanatory Power of Shapley's Approach; Annick Laruelle, Implementing Democracy in Indirect Voting Processes: the Knesset Case.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XX(2/3): Making Choices III, edited by Joachim Frohn, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt and Reinhard Selten, ISBN 3-89265-052-7, 200 pages, EUR 28.00; sFr56.00.

Contributions: Max Albert and Ronald Heiner, An Indirect-Evolution Approach to Newcomb's Problem; Wolfgang Spohn, Dependency and the Causal Structure of Decision and Game Situations; Siegfried Berninghaus, Werner Güth and Hartmut Kliemt, Reflections on Equilibrium: Ideal Rationality and Analytical Decompositions of Games; Hermann Brandstätter, Werner Güth and Hartmut Kliemt, The Bounds of Rationality: Philosophical, Psychological and Economic Aspects of Choice Making.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XX(1): EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Vol. 4, edited by Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-051-9, 160 pages, EUR 20.00; sFr 40.00.

Contributions: John Hudson and Philip Jones, The Impact of Standardization on International Trade, Manfred J. Holler, On the Regulation of Telecommunications Markets; Marc van Wegberg, Internet Services and the Standard Setting Process: the Case of Instant Messaging Services; Bernd Reitwiesner and Stefan Volkert, On the Impact of Standardization on the Provision of ERP-Systems; Knut Blind, The Impact of Patents on the Propensity to Standardise at Standardisation Development Organisations: an International Cross-Section Analysis; Hans Teichmann, Efficiency of IEC Technical Committee Secretaries; Janusz Zymonik and Zofia Zymonik, Quality Management in the Polish Economy.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XIX(4), ISBN 3-89265-050-0, 166 pages, EUR 20.00.

Festival, Berlin 2001.

Articles: Norman Schofield, The Founding of the American Agrarian Empire and the Conflict of Land and Capital; Walter Block, The Economics of the Very Long Run; Benno Torgler, Ancestors of the Contemporary Homo Economicus; Timo Airaksinen, Hobbes on the Passions and Powerlessness; Ruvin Gekker, Nonmonotonic Reasoning and the Foundations of Rational Choice; Moshé Machover, Tony Blair’s Dilemma.

Symposium: The Discovery of the Chessboard: Manfred J. Holler, The Discovery of the Chessboard: Introduction Research in the Structure of Space and Preferences; Andy Crabtree, Remarks on the Social Organisation of Space and Place; Norbert Leudemann, Chess Game I; Jannis Kallinikos, Mediated Action and Representation on the Vicissitudes of Human Signification; Ben Spencer, Where is the Vision to Link City Structures with Social Concern?; Matze Schmidt, Readme Mindmap Media Space - Games Intervals, Kassel/Berlin, 19.08.2000-03.01.2001; Norbert Leudemann, Chess Game II; Traude Linhardt, Motion Field - A Contribution to the 5th ARTS&Games




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIX(3): Power Measures, Vol. 2, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Guillermo Owen, ISBN 3-89265-049-7, 182 pages, EUR 20.00.

Contributions: Manfred J. Holler and Guillermo Owen, On the Present and Future of Power Measures; Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover, Models and Reality: the Curious Case of Absent Abstention; Madeleine O. Hosli, Preferences and Power in the European Union; Mika Widgrén and Stefan Napel, The Power of a Specially Inferior Player; Dennis Leech, Shareholder Voting Power and Ownership Control of Companies; Mika Widgrén, On the Probabilistic Relationship between the Public Good Index and the Normalized Banzhaf Index; Matthias Brückner, Extended Probabilistic Characterization of Power Indices; Tadeusz Radzik and Theo Driessen, An Axiomatic Approach to Probabilistic Efficient Values of Cooperative Games; Peter Sudhölter, Equal Treatment for Both Sides of Assignment Games in Modified Least Core; Susanne Fuchs-Seliger and Michael Ilgner, Order Extensions and the Evaluation of Groups; Stefano Vannucci; Effectivity Functions, Opportunity Rankings, and Generalized Desirability Relations.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIX(2): Scandal and Its Theory II, edited by Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-048-9, 130 pages, EUR 18.00; SFR 36.00.

Contributions: Jean-Dominique Lafay and Marie Servais, The Impact of Political Scandals on Popularity and Votes; Timo Airaksinen, The Scandal of Evil in Philo-sophical Ethics: Theory and Application; Luciano Andreozzi, Society Saved by Children: the Role of Youngsters in the Generation of Scandals; Jürgen Backhaus, Gustave Courbet's L'Origine du Monde and its Socio-Economic Implications; Alexander Klose, William S. Burroughs' William Tell Routine: the Birth of the Possessed Reporter from a Staged Accidental Death; August Christian, Limits of Representation: a Bullet through the Head; Carine and Elisabeth Krecké, The Scandal of Travestying Photography; Barbara Klose-Ullmann, The ARTS&Games Food Section: the Chromatic Diet Revisited; Brian Bagnall, Claudia Schiffer; Monika Mokre, Austria: a European Scandal; Egon Matzner, Enron, Andersen & Virtual Capitalism; George M. Franfurter, The Socio-Economics of Scandals; Sten Bülow Bredsted, Claudia Schiffer er et...; Pierre Salmon, Democratic Devises and Desires: a Review Article; Birger P. Priddat, Scarcity as an Educational Problem: the Construction of Economics in 20th Century Philosophy of Education: a Review Article.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIX(1): Microallocation of Medical Resources. Economics and Ethics, edited by Frank Dietrich,Hartmut Kliemt and Michael Imhoff, ISBN 3-89265-047-0, 149 pages, EUR 20.00; SFR40.00.

Günter Feicht, Daily Dermatology: a Determatologist's Description of his "German" Experience; Gerhard Brenner, Budgets, Control and Outpatient Treatment: Economic Comment on Feicht; Anton Leist, Rationing in Practice: Ethical Comment on Günter Feicht; Tibor Horvarth, Practices of Microallocation in German Hospitals I; Frank Daumann, The Role of Financing Regimes in Impatient Care: Economic Comment on Tibor Horvarth; Felix Thiele, Who Should Be the Principal Agent in Microallocation? Ethical Comment on Tibor Horvarth; Eckhard Nagel, Practices of Microallocation in German Hospitals II; Hartmut Kliemt, Standardization of Health Care Provision as a Non-medical Task: Economic Comment on Eckhard Nagel; Wolfgang Lenzen, In there a "Right to Heath"? Ethical Comment on Eckhard Nagel; Paul Williamson, Practioners as Gate Keepers in an Advanced Country: American HMO I: The Physician's Perspective; George Marckmann, Who Shall Bear the Burden of Cost Containment? Economic and Ethical Comment on Paul Williamson; John Powell, Practioners as Gate Keepers in an Advanced Country: American HMO II: The Manager's Perspective; Michael Arnold, General Practioners as Gate Keepers: Economic Comment on John Powell; Weyma Lübbe, HMO's Between Over- and Underprovision: Ethical Comment on John Powell; Valerie Day, Practioners as Gate Keepers in an Advanced Country: UK NHS - The Manger's Perspective; Friedrich Breyer, The Proper Role of Health Care in Free Society: Economic Comment on Valerie Day; Michael Imhoff, Medical Practices as Processes; Dominik Graf von Stillfried, Toward a Proper Role for Actuarial Risk: Economic Comment on Michael Imhoff; Thomas Spitzley, On the Treating Medical Practices as Process: Ethical Comment on Michael Imhoff.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVIII(3/4): ISBN 3-89265-046-2, 194 pages, EUR 22.50.

Contributions: Luciano Andreozzi, Oscillations in the Enforcement of Law: an Evolutionary Analysis; Meghnad Desai and Manfred J. Holler, Why Capital Hires Labour and Why Labour Does Not Hire Capital; Peter Bernholz, The Revolt of Promethean Man; Charles K. Rowley, The Revolt of Promethean Man: a Comment; Olaf Breidbach, Selfish Brains, Robotics, or Something Else? A Commentary to P. Bernholz; George M. Frankfurter, Method and Methodology; Kathryn Dohrmann, Treillage; Walter R. Stahel, On Insurance, Risk Management, and Cultural Ecology; Brian Bagnall, To Be or Not to Be?; Oliver Volckart, Why Did the German Bourgeoisie Imitate the Nobility? A Rational-Choice-Analysis of Bourgeois Behavior in Wilhelmine Germany; Alain Morin, The Split-Brain Debate Revisited: on the Importance of Language and Self-Recognition for Right Hemispheric Consciousness.

Symposium: Nicola Atkinson-Griffith's ‘Secrets of the World’ : Manfred J. Holler, Shall I Give You My Secret? An ARTS&Games Reconsideration; John Sedgwick Giving Up Secrets by Moving in the 'Right Direction': Nicola's Game Revisited; Leonard Dudley, The Secrets of Small Worlds; Joanna Hoffmann, Notes from the Pit; Karola Koch, Inside and Outside: Nicola's Game; Petra Grünig, Sacred Secrets or Hänsel & Grethel in the Deep Dark Woods; Ben Spencer, Trust in Secrets; Sofia Blind, Shall I Sell You My Secret? On Blackmailers, Traitors, Good Secrets, and Secret Goods.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XVIII(2): Making Choices II, edited by Joachim Frohn, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt and Reinhard Selten, ISBN 3-89265-045-4, 202 pages, EUR 21.00; SFR42.00.

Contributions: Adele Diederich, Decision Time as Measure of Conflict Strength in Individual Risky Decision Making?; Manfred Königstein, Optimal Contracting With Boundedly Rational Agents; Bodo Vogt, Andreas Uphaus, and Wulf Albers, Numerical Decision Processing causing stock price clustering?; Werner Güth, Manfred Königstein, Nadège Marchand, and Klaus Nehring, Trust and Reciprocity in the Investment Game with Indirect Reward; Judith Avrahami and Yaakov Kareev, Effects of Predictability on Preferences; Werner Güth and Judit Kovács, Why do people veto? An experimental analysis of the evaluation and the consequences of varying degrees of veto power; Marlies Ahlert, Arwed Crüger, and Werner Güth, How Paulus Becomes Saulus - An Experimental Study of Equal Punishment Games; Oliver Kirchkamp and Rosemarie Nagel, Repeated Game Strategies in Local and Group Prisoners’ Dilemmas Experiments: First Results; Judith Avrahami, Werner Güth, and Yaakov Kareev, Predating Predators: An Experimental Study; Max Albert, Werner Güth, Erich Kirchler, and Boris Maciejovsky, Exploring Behavior: An Ultimatum Experiment; Max Albert, Werner Güth, Erich Kirchler, and Boris Maciejovsky, Will Cooperators Manage to Cooperate? - Experimental Evidence.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVIII(1): Making Choices I, edited by Joachim Frohn, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt and Reinhard Selten, ISBN 3-89265-044-6, 199 pages, EUR 21.00; SFR 42.00.

Contributions: Joachim Frohn, Werner Güth, Hartmut Kliemt and Reinhard Selten, Editors' Introduction to "Making Choices I"; Martin Dufenberg, Uri Gneezy, Werner Güth and Eric van Damme, Direct versus Indirect Reciprocity: An Experiment; Anita Ganter and Manfred Königstein, Imperfect Monitoring in the Repeated Prisoners' Dilemma - A Strategy Tournament; Robin E. Pope, Evidence of Deliberate Violations of Dominance Due to Secondary Satisfactions - Attraction to Chance; Bodo Vogt and Wulf Albers, Selection Between Pareto-optimal Outcomes in Two-Person Bargaining With and Without the Right to Make a Proposal; Werner Güth, How Ultimatum Offers Emerge: A Study in Bounded Rationality; Reinhard Selten and Axel Ostmann, Imitation Equilibrium; Adele Diedrich, Ex­plaining Experimental Decisions under Time Pressure by Multiattribute Decision Field Theory; Werner Güth and Wilhelm Neuefeind, Heuristics as Decision Rules - Part I: The Cobb Douglas Consumer


HOMO OECONOMICUS XVII(4), ISBN 3-89265-043-8, 194 pages, EUR 22.50.

Contributions: George M. Frankfurter and Elton G. McGoun, Signaling and Semiotics: a Search for Meaning; Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover, Misreporting Rules; Kim Dixon and Norman Schofield, The Election of Lincoln in 1860; John Sedgwick, The Nature of Popular Film as a Commodity: the Diffusion of Film in Britain during the mid-1930s; Bernhard Nagel, A Conflict between Asceticism and Wealth: Law and Economics of the Cistercians in the Middle Ages; Viggo Høst, Niels Peter Mols and Jørn Flohr Nielsen, The Adoption of Internet-Based Marketing Channels; Anja Guthoff and Frank Rüter, Performance-Based Compensation in Banks: the Use of RAROC and Related Measures; Hong Wu, The Mutual Insurance Cooperative as a Game.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVII(3): EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Vol. 3, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, ISBN 3-89265-042-X, 139 pages, EUR 18.00; SFR 36.00.

Contributions: Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, Introduction to EYS Volume 3; Tineke M. Egyedi, The Standardized Container: Gateway Technologies in Cargo Transportation; Bert M. Sadowski and Koen Dietrich, Problems with Technical Change: A Case Study of the Finnish IT Industry; Silvia Krömmelbein; Information and Communication Networks and Flexible Labour Markets: An Empirical Study of the Rhine-Main Region; Mikko Mustonen, Strategic R&D Investment in Future Compatibility; Jan W. Owsinski, An Inquiry into the Copernicus-Gresham Law of Worse Money in Standardization; Robert McWilliam, Business Standards and Government: The Roles taken by the British Government in the Formation of British Standards; Henk J. de Vries, Achieving Best Practice in National Standardisation: A Benchmarking Study of the National Standardisation Systems in Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Italy. A Book Review.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVII(1/2): Power Measures, Vol. 1, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Guillermo Owen, ISBN 3-89265-041-1, 215 pages, EUR 22.50.

Contributions: Ron J. Johnston, Power Indices and the Design of Electoral/ Con­stitutional Systems; Rafel Amer and Francesc Carreras, Power, Cooperation In­dices and Coalition Structures; Madeleine O. Hösli, Coalition Formation and Voting in the Council of the European Union; Matthias Brueckner, Voting Power in the European Central Bank; Annick Laruelle and Mika Widgrén, Voting Power in a Se­quence of Cooperative Games: The Case of EU Procedures; Hannu Nurmi, Tommi Meskanen and Antti Pajala, Calculus of Consent in the EU Council of Ministers; Thomas König and Thomas Bräuninger, Decisiveness and Inclusiveness: Two Aspects of the Intergovernmental Choice of European Voting Rules; Jacek W. Mer­cik, Index of Power for Cabinet; Harry Aarts, Yukihiko Funaki and Kees Hoede, Set Games; Vladimir Akimov and William Kerby, An Average Value Function for Cooperative Games; Sven Berg, On Small Coalitions, Hierarchic Decision Making, and Collective Competence; Frédéric Chantreuil, Axiomatics of Level Structure Values; Rie Ono, Values for Multialternative Games and Multilinear Extensions.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVI(4), ISBN 3-89265-040-3, 121 pages, EUR 15.00.

Symposium: Power Measures, edited by Mika Widgrén: Hannu Nurmi, Game-Theoretical Approaches to the EU Institutions: An Overview and Evaluation; Sven Berg and Thommy Perlanger, Connected Coalitions, Pólya Sequences and Voting Power Indices; Frank Steffen, When is a Priori Voting Power Really a Priori? Moshé Machover, Notions of a Priori Voting Power: Critique of Holler and Widgrén; Manfred J. Holler, A Reply to Moshé Machover's Critique of Holler and Widgrén.

Contributions: Norman Schofield, Core Beliefs and the Founding of the American Republic; Matthew Braham, Non-contractual Relations in Business Re-examined: A Critical Assessment of Macauley's Legal Realism; Werner Bönte, Paths of Innova­tion: A Review Article.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XVI(3),, ISBN 3-89265-039-X, 114 Seiten, EUR 15.00.

Beiträge: Dieter Bös, Gedanken zum Refereesystem in ökonomischen wissen­schaftlichen Zeitschriften; Manfred Tietzel und Christian Müller, Wege aus dem Doping-Dilemma. Eine ökonomische Analyse; Wolfgang Maennig; Zur Ökonomik der Dopingbekämpfung. Eine Replik; Gert Wagner, Wege aus dem Doping-Dilem­ma - Definitionsausweg muß verschlossen werden. Anmerkungen zu Manfred Tiet­zel und Christian Müller; Bernhard Nagel und Hans Nutzinger, Zum Verhältnis von gesetzlicher und vertraglich vereinbarter Mitbestimmung; Birgit Layes, Stan­dardi­sierung und Netzwerke in der Mineralölwirtschaft; Karola Koch, Evolution, Macht und Überleben; Horst Hegmann, Besprechung von Reinhard Penz, "Legitimität und Viabilität - Zur Theorie der Steuerung der Wirtschaft".


HOMO OECONOMICUS XVI(2), ISBN 3-89265-037-3, 113 pages, EUR 15.00;SFr 30.00.

Contributions: Eyke Hüllermeier, Manfred Kraft and Peter Weise, Evaluation and Specification of a Synergetic Business Cycle Model with German Data; Yaohui Zhao and Guanzhong James Wen, Land Holding and Social Security in Rural China; Elisabeth Krecké, Environmental Policies and Competitiveness; Jan Lien Christensen and Gert Tinggaard Svendsen; The US SO2 Auction and Environmental Regulation; Ansgar Steland, Friedel Bolle and Matthew Braham, Differences in Honesty in Europe?, Remarks on "Measurement without Theory"; Nicholas R. Miller, Power in Game Forms.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XVI(1): Scandal and Its Theory, edited by Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-037-3, 130 pages, EUR 18.00; SFR 36.00.

Contributions: Manfred J. Holler, The Raw Material of Scandal: An Introduction; Wla­dimir Schengelaja, Untitled I; Timo Airaksinen, Scandal as Relic; Hartmut Kliemt, Peter Singer in Germany, a Convenient Scandal; Carmelo Mazza, "ln the End, She Does No Harm". The Rise and Fall of Cicciolina in the Legitimate Field of Politics; Nicola Atkinson-Griffith, Sex Life Quiz Fury; Norman Schofield, The Ami­stad and Dred Scott Affairs: Heresthetics and Beliefs in the Ante-Bellum States, 1837-1860; Brian Maguire, A Pictural Contribution; Sofia Blind, Four Propositions on Scandals; Manfred J. Holler and Ralf Peters, Scandals and Evolution: A Theory of Social Re­volution; Wladimir Schengelaja, Untitled II; Wolfgang Weigel, Scandals - the Exter­nality Case; Manfred J. Holler and Bengt-Arne Wickström, The Scandal Matrix: The Use of Scandals in the Progress of Society; Hans-Jürgen Podszuweit, Marxian Theory of Alienation and the Prisoners' Dilemma: A Paper to Celebrate the 150 Years Manifesto of the Communist Party; Alexander Klose, Scandal and Fake as a Means of Speech-Politics - From Brittle Reference to Truth to Presence Perfor­mance; Sten Bülow Bredsted, The Free Room (a collage of words); Barbara Klose-Ullmann, The ARTS&Games Food Section: Marinetti and La Cucina Futuristica.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XV(4): ISBN 3-89265-036-5, 140 Seiten, EUR 20.00,SFR 40.00.

Contributions: Beate Reszat, Emerging Financial Centres, Self-Organisation and Evaluation; Klaus Kulti, Demand and Supply in a Random Matching Model; Werner Güth, Which Markets Would Sellers Choose if They Could? - Wishful Thinking and Monopolistic Competition; Manfred J. Holler and Mika Widgrén, The Value of a Coalition is Power; Stefan Napel, The Holler-Packel Axiomatization of the Public Good Index Completed; Matthias Sutter, Voting and Voting Power in the Stability Pact; Per-Johan Horgby, An Introduction to Fuzzy Inference in Economics; P. Stahl­ecker, I. Größl and B.F. Arnold, Monopolistic Competition and Supply Beha­viour under Fuzzy Price Information; Review Articles by Stefan Napel, Peter Weise and Frieder Ermel on "Game Theory and the Evolution of Fairness", "Evolutionary Stability" and "The Political Economy of Dictatorship"; Leslie Cunliffe, How I Saw the Eclipse, June 29th, 1927.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XV(3): EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Vol. 2, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, ISBN 3-89265-035-7, 159 pages, EUR 18.00; SFR 36.00.

Contributions: Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, Introduction to EYS Volume 2; Paul Belleflamme, Assessing the Diffusion of EDI Standards Across Business Communities; Andreas Gröhn, The Microsoft Case 98: Network Effects at Work; Tuomas Takalo and Klaus Kultti, Incomplete Contracting in Research Joint Ventu­res: a Case Study; Manfred J. Holler, Birgit Layes and Ralf Winckler, On Compa­tibility of Unionized Labor; Henk de Vries, Possibilities for Better Management Sy­stem Standards; Ivar Märtson, The Essence of Standardization and a Way of Calcu­lating its Benefits; Pontus Hedlin, What is Accounting?



HOMO OECONOMICUS XV(2): ISBN 3-89265-034-6, 162 Seiten, EUR 20.00;SFR 40.00.

Beiträge: Reiner Manstetten, Olaf Hottinger und Malte Faber, Zur Aktualität von Adam Smith: Homo oeconomicus und ganzheitliches Menschenbild; Rupert F.J. Pritzl und Friedrich Schneider, Zur Politischen Ökonomie autokratischer politischer Systeme - oder: Wie regiert der 'homo oeconomicus autocraticus'?; Britta Lübcke und Daniel Piazzolo, Die dynamischen Auswirkungen einer Nordatlantischen Wirt­schaftsgemeinschaft (NATEC); Volker Bieta und Siegfried Gelbhaar, Kontrakt­design und Kontrollrechte. Alternativen kreditpolitischer Wirtschaftshilfe aus spiel­theoretischer Sicht; Patrick W. Schmitz und Dirk Sliwka, Die Bedeutung von priva­ter Information für Vertragsbeziehungen zwischen Käufern und Verkäufern; Birger P. Priddat, Nichtökonomische ökonomische Theorie. Vivienne Forresters Buch 'Der Terror der Ökonomie' als anregende Lektüre zum Problem der Kontextspezifität von rational choice; Hans-Jürgen Podszuweit, Eine Verallgemeinerung von Kakutanis Fixpunkttheorem; Manfred J. Holler, Der Skandal und seine Theorie. Ein Projekt; XL Joachim, Es lebe der Skandal; Helmut Eisendle, Der Schaden ist der Schatten des Skandals; Buchbesprechungen von Karola Koch und Martin Leschke; ein Kommentar von Horst Hegmann, Spinoza als Theoretiker der Freiheit.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XV(1): ISBN 3-89265-033-6, 124 Seiten, EUR 15.00;SFR 30.00.

Contributions: Sun-Ki Chai and Michael Hechter, A Theory of the State and of Social Order; Bruno S. Frey and Manfred J. Holler, Tax Compliance Policy Recon­sidered; Jon Hovi, The Relevance of Unrealistic Models for Empirical Political Science; Shanti P. Chakravarty, Corporate Governance: Limits to Globalization; Alexander Kritikos and Georg Meran, Social Norms, Moral Commitment, and Cooperation; Siegfried K. Berninghaus, Karl-Martin Ehrhart and Claudia Keser, New Directions in Experimental Coordination Games; and review articles by Man­fred J. Holler, Christian Reuter and Christian Rupprecht on books by Alfred P. Kindleberger, Bernard Manin, Shigeto Tsuru, and Robert Axelrod.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XIV(4): ISBN 3-89265-030-6, 128 Seiten, EUR 15.00;SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Egon Matzner, Die Krise des Wohlfahrtsstaates. Eine Neubetrachtung (frei) nach Schumpeter; Bernd Hayo, Zur Bedeutung der Maastrichter Konver­genz­kriterien aus deutscher Sicht: Polit-ökonomische Anmerkungen; Werner W. Pomme­rehne, Albert Hart und Lars P. Feld, Steuerhinterziehung und ihre Kon­trolle in un­terschiedlichen politischen Systemen; Björn Frank, Der Einsatz von Experimenten in der Lehre; Birgit Layes, Über Schönheitsideale und Konfektions­größen; Laszlo Goerke und Manfred J. Holler, Zahlt Deutschland Effizienzlöhne?; Hans-Jürgen Podszuweit, Eine biologische Verallgemeinerung des Brower'schen Fixpunkttheo­rems; sowie Buchbesprechungen von Birgit Layes.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XIV(3): EURAS Yearbook of Standardization, Vol. 1, edited by Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, ISBN 3-89265-029-2, 141 pages, EUR 18.00; SFR 36.00.

Contents: Manfred J. Holler and Esko Niskanen, Introduction to EYS Volume 1; Harald Wiese, Compatibility, Business Strategy and Market Structure - a Selective Survey; Astri Muren, Technical En­try Barriers and Economic Integration: the Role of Industry Stan­dards; Philip Jones and John Hudson, The Gains of Standardiza­ti­on from Reduced Search Costs; Ralf Peters, The Stability of Networks: an Evolu­tion­ary Approach to Standardization; Günter Knieps, The Concept of Open Net­work Provision in Large Techni­cal Systems; Manfred J. Holler, Günter Knieps and Esko Niska­nen, Standardization in Transportation Markets: a European Per­spective; Bernd Woeckener, The European Standardization Sy­stem: How Much in Need of Reform Is It? Stig Jörgensen, Law as a Standardizing System.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XIV(1/2): Betriebs- und Volkswirt­schaftslehre: Geschwisterliebe und Familienzwist, hrsg. von Andreas Pfingsten, ISBN 3-89265-028-4, 276Seiten, EUR 24.00; SFR 48.00.

Beiträge: Andreas Pfingsten, Betriebs- und Volkswirtschaftslehre zwischen Ge­schwisterliebe und Familienzwist; Klaus Brockhoff, Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Ausbildung an Universitäten im deutschen Sprachraum; Alfred Wagenhofer und Ralf Ewers, Unternehmens­rechnung und ökonomische Theorie; Wolfgang Kürsten, Neoklassi-sche Grundla­gen "moderner" Finanzierungstheorie; Eva Terberger, Die Neue Insti­tutionenökonomik als Bindeglied zwischen Volks- und Betriebswirt­schaftslehre: Eine Analyse am Beispiel der Finanzie­rungs­theorie; Bernd Rudolph, Kapitalmarkttheorie und Portfolio Manage­ment; Norbert Krawitz und Andreas Wagner, Theorie der Besteue­rung aus volks- und betriebswirtschaftlicher Sicht; Joachim Schwal­bach, Industrieöko­nomik und Betriebswirtschaftslehre; Werner Güth, Zur spieltheoretischen Methodik in Betriebs- und Volkswirtschaftslehre; Ge­org Hasen­kamp, Dualität als Beispiel ge­meinsamer Wurzeln wirt­schaftswissen­schaftlicher Disziplinen zur Fundierung volkswirtschaftli­cher Theorien; Gebhard Kirchgässner und Marcel Savioz, Empirische Forschung in den Wirtschafts­wissen­schaften: Ein Überblick: Joerg E. Staufenbiel und Birgit Giesen, Der Arbeitsmarkt für Wirtschafts­wissenschaftler.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIII(4): ISBN 3-89265-027-6, 125 Seiten, EUR 15.00;SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Thomas Jägers, Das Paradox der angekündigten Überraschung und eine Anwendung auf die Spieltheorie; Hans-Peter Weikard, Rationalität, Rückwärtsin­duktion und Grundlagen der Spieltheorie; Christian Ewerhart und Patrick W. Schmitz, Die theoretische Fundierung unvollständiger Verträge; ­Sofia Blind und Jens Bühring, Die ökonomische Theorie der Standards und ihre Anwendung auf den Medienbereich; Matthias Wrede, Optimalsteuertheorie und Konstitutionelle Steuertheorie: Der Versuch einer Integration.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIII(3): Maynard Keynes. Ein Moder­ner Klassiker? hrsg. von Jörg Bibow und Laszlo Goerke, ISBN 3-89265-026-8, 180 Seiten, EUR 15,00; SFR 30,00.

Beiträge: Jörg Bibow und Laszlo Goerke, Ökonomische Theorie und Wirtschafts­politik im Lichte der General Theory von John Maynard Keynes; Geoffrey Harcourt, John Maynard Keynes; Kurt W. Rothschild, Hat Keynes heute noch et­was zu sa­gen?, Heinz D. Kurz, Straffa und die Keynessche Theorie der Liquiditäts­präferenz; Jürgen Kromphardt, Die Relevanz von Keynes' Theorie für die Erklä­rung und Be­kämpfung der Arbeitslosigkeit; James Tobin, Zum Verhalten eines Wirtschaftssy­stems ohne Staatsintervention.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XIII(2): ISBN 3-89265-025-X, 150 Seiten, EUR 15,00;SFR 30,00.

Beiträge: Dieter Bös und Friedrich Schneider, Private-public partnership: Ge­meinschaftsunternehmen zwischen Privaten und der öffentlichen Hand; Wolfgang Greiner, Die Messung indirekter Kosten in ökonomischen Evaluationsstudien am Beispiel krankheitsbedingter Produktivitätsverluste; Heinz D. Kurz, Wirtschaftli­ches Wachstum: Fetisch oder Notwendigkeit?, Ralf Peters, Evolutionäre Stabilität in sozialen Modellen; Rudolf Hernegger, Zur Evolution des Bewußtseins; Mark Euler und Jan Freese, A Fuzzy Tale: Die kleinen Leute von Borka.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XIII(1): ISBN 3-89265-024-1, 125 Seiten, EUR 15,00;SFR 30,00.

Beiträge: Michael Baurmann, Kann der Homo oeconomicus tugendhaft sein?; Birger P. Priddat, Über verschiedene Wissenschaftsstile in der Ökonomie. Ein theoreti­scher Essay; Thomas Wölker, Einige grundlegende Gedanken über techni­sche Normen im Verlauf der Geschichte; Orio Giarini, Die Rolle von Risikomana­ge­ment und Versicherung. Ein Blick über die neoklassische Sicht der Ökonomie der Unsicherheit hinaus; Manfred J. Holler, Zur Evolution der evolutorischen Öko­nomik; Birgit Layes, Die positiven Externalitäten von Vorurteilen; Waterloo Hel­fing, Vom Zirpen der Kichererbse: Die faszinierenden Forschungsergebnisse von Smu Erdbeer und Hank Huber.




HOMO OECONOMICUS XII(3/4): ISBN 3-89265-022-5, 203 Seiten, EUR 20,00;SFR 40,00.

Beiträge: Friedrich Schneider, Einige Gedanken zur Harmonisierung indirekter Steuern in der Europäischen Union; Gerold Schneider, Ein Opfer des eigenen Er­folgs: Mehrheitsentscheide als Sprengsatz für die Selbsterneuerung der Europäi­schen Union; Hans Peter Grüner, Lösungsmöglichkeiten des Zeitinkonsistenzpro­blems in der Geldpolitik; Martin Leschke, Der vertragstheoretische Ansatz zur Ge­staltung einer demokratischen Ordnung. Ein Kommentar zu Stefan Voigt; Chri­stine Resch, Kunst und Normen; Gary Schwartz, Der Gast, der lauscht. Ein Öko­nom revolutioniert die holländische Kunstgeschichte; Wolfgang Hesse, Hochge­schwindigkeit oder intelligente Fahrplangestaltung?-Wie kommt die Deutsche Bahn besser voran?; Manfred J. Holler, Das ZEIT-Spiel; Reinhard Muckhoff, Ein­drücke von einer Reise durch die wirtschaftliche und politische Geschichte Sansi­bars; sowie Buchbesprechungen von Laszlo Goerke, Reinhard Penz, Erich Geyer, Günther G. Schulze, Werner Wehnert und Sofia Blind.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XII(1/2): EIN HALBES JAHRHUNDERT SPIEL-THEORIE (in zwei Bänden), hrsg. von Manfred J. Holle, ISBN 3-89265-020-9 und ISBN 3-89265-021-7, insgesamt 404 Seiten, Gesamtpreis: EUR 30,00; SFR 60,00.

Beiträge: Manfred J. Holler, Ein halbes Jahrhundert Spieltheorie. Eine Einleitung; Jürgen Eichberger, Spieltheorie und Experimente: Auktionen, Verhandlungen und Koordinationsprobleme; Gerhard Illing, Industrieökonomik: Nur eine Spielwiese für Spieltheoretiker?, Manfred Stadler, Spieltheoretische Konzepte in der Markt- und Preistheorie: Fortschritt oder Irrweg?; Friedel Bolle, Emotionen und Vernunft - keine Gegensätze; Werner Güth und Hartmut Kliemt, Ist die Normalform die normale Form?; Arnis Vilks, Game Theory meets Formal Logic: Ein neuer Ansatz in der Spieltheorie; Jörg Oechssler, Kann man lernen, gemischt zu spielen?-Ein evolutionärer Ansatz?; Andreas Pfingsten und Andreas Wagner, Fiskalischer Föde­ralismus als Anwendungsgebiet der Spieltheorie; Ralf Trost und Günter Bamberg, Muß bilaterales Aushandeln subventioniert werden?, Mathias Erlei, Der Beitrag der Spieltheorie zur Analyse von Organisationen aus der Sicht der Neuen Institu­tio­nenökonomik; Gerald Schneider, Vom Neorealismus zum Liberalismus: Der Bei­trag der Spieltheorie zum Paradigmenwechsel in der Theorie internationaler Bezie­hungen; Rainer Hegselmann, Solidarnetzwerke und staatliche Sozialpolitik; Man­fred J. Holler, Wirtschaft als Spiel: Anmerkungen zum Nobelpreis 1994 und zur Zukunft der Spieltheorie.



HOMO OECONOMICUS XI(3): ÖKONOMIK DER STANDARDISIERUNG, hrsg. von Manfred Tietzel, ISBN 3-89265-019-5, 211 Seiten, EUR 20,00; SFR 40,00.

Beiträge: Manfred Tietzel, Einleitung: Von Schreibmaschinen, Lemmingen und verärgerten Waisen; Axel Glanz, Standardisierung in der Computerindustrie; Su­sanne H. Schmidt und Raymond Werle, Die Entwicklung von Kompatibili­tätstan­dards in der Telekommuni­kation; Charles B. Blankart und Günter Knieps, Kom­munikationsgü­ter ökonomisch betrachtet; Marcel Thum, Möglichkeiten und Gren­zen staatlicher Standardsetzung; Michael Adams, Rechte und Nor­men als Stan­dards.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XI(2), ISBN 3-89265-018-7, 161 Seiten, EUR 15,00;SFR 30,00.

Beiträge: Stefan Voigt, Die kontraktorientierte Theorie der Verfas­sung. Bemer­kungen zum Ansatz Buchanans; Ralf Teepe, Die dis­kurstheoretische Konzeption von Jürgen Habermas aus der Sicht der ökonomischen Theorie; Martin Leschke und Ewald Wessling, Evolutorik versus Neoklassik. Eine Analyse auf der Basis der Theo­rie wissenschaftlicher Forschungsprogramme; Claus Ott und Hans-Bernd Schäfer, Entwicklung und Konstruktion effizienter Normen im Rechtssystem des deutschen Zivilrechts.


HOMO OECONOMICUS XI(1), ISBN 3-89265-015-2, 173 Seiten, EUR 15,00;SFR 30,00.

Beiträge: Bruno S. Frey und Iris Bohnet, Die Ökonomie zwischen extrinsischer und intrinsischer Motivation; Joachim H. Wessels, Ver­fassungsregeln als glaub­würdige Verpflichtung; Ingo Pies, Zum Verhältnis von Spieltheorie und konstitu­tioneller Ökonomik. Ein Kommentar; Joachim H. Wessels, Replik auf Ingo Pies; Rainer Gres­hoff, Methodische Überlegungen zum Theorievergleich in den So­zi­al­wissenschaften; Erik Harsaae, Verwendung der hermeneutischen Methode in der Ökonomie; Hermann Ribhegge, Ökonomische Theo­rie des effizienten Vertrags­bruchs und die normativen Grundlagen der ökonomischen Theorie des Rechts; Christoph Engel, "Effizienter Ver­tragsbruch" - Eine juristische Antwort; Andreas Schwartze, Staatli­che Regulierung als Enteignung. Zu einer prinzipiellen Ant­wort auf die Frage der Entschädigung. Kommentar zu J.R. Siek­mann. Buch­besprechung von Martin Leschke.



HOMO OECONOMICUS X(3/4), ISBN 3-89265-014-4, 230 Seiten, EUR 20,00; SFR 40,00.

Beiträge: Hartmut Kliemt, Vorwort, Karl Homann und Ingo Pies, Li­beralismus: kollektive Entwicklung individueller Freiheit - Zu Pro­gramm und Methode einer liberalen Gesellschaftstheorie, Andreas Suchanek, Normativität und Gesellschafts­theorie, Gerhard Wagner, Die Begrenztheit gesellschaftlichen Steuerungswissens, Kommentar zu A. Suchanek, Josef Wieland, Was ist ökonomische Komplexität? Kommentar zu A. Suchanek, Christian Koboldt, Zeitinkonsistenz, Separabilität und Teilspielperfektheit: vom möglichen Segen der "beschränkten" Rationalität, Hartmut Kliemt und Kirsten Mensch, Warum wir den neuen Bundesländern helfen müssen, Gérard Gäfgen, Sozialfriedlichkeit durch Umverteilung zugunsten Unzu­frie­dener? Kommentar zu H. Kliemt und K. Mensch, Andreas Suchanek, Sinn und Wert von Transfers in die neuen Bundesländer, Kommen­tar zu H. Kliemt und K. Mensch, J.-R. Sieckmann, Zur Bedeutung des Eigentumschutzes im demokrati­schen Rechtsstaat. Entschädi­gungspflichten für regulative Eingriffe, Matthias Leder, Zur Bedeu­tung des Eigentumschutzes im demokratischen Rechtsstaat. Ent­schädigungspflicht für regulative Eingriffe, Kommentar zu J.-R. Sieckmann, sowie Buchbesprechungen von Uwe Gerecke, Manfred J. Holler und Laszlo Goerke.



HOMO OECONOMICUS X(2), ISBN 3-89265-013-6, 125 Seiten, EUR 15.00;SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Hartmut Kliemt und Ruth Zimmerling, Quo vadis Homo oeconomicus? Über einige neuere Versuche, das Modell eines Homo oeconomicus fortzuent­wickeln: Teil 2, Franz Wirl, Popper, Buchanan und die neue politische Ökonomie; Udo Broll und Jack Wahl, Wech­selkursrisiken und internationale Unternehmens­politik; Manfred Tietzel und Marion Weber, Hoyerswerda, Rostock,...überall? Öko­nomische Ursachen von Fremdenfeindlichkeit; Ulrich Walwei, Ist ein Vermitt­lungsmonopol zweckmäßig? Argumente aus der Sicht eines internationalen Ver­gleichs; sowie Buchbesprechungen von Laszlo Goerke, Reinhard Zintl und Bertold Weber.



HOMO OECONOMICUS X(1), ISBN 3-89265-012-8, 167 Seiten, EUR 15,00; SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Hartmut Kliemt und Ruth Zimmerling, Quo vadis Homo oeconomicus? Über einige neuere Versuche, das Modell eines Homo oeconomicus fortzuent­wickeln: Teil 1, Manfred J. Holler, Viggo Host und Kai Kristensen, Entscheidun­gen auf strategischen Märkten. Eine experimentelle Studie, Heinz-Dieter Wenzel, Wirt­schaftsentwicklung und Staatshaushalt nach der deutschen Einheit, Andreas Pfingsten, Auswirkungen des Länderfinanzausgleichs auf den Subventionswettlauf um Industrieansiedlungen; sowie Buchbesprechungen von Laszlo Goerke und Klaus Schrüfer.



HOMO OECONOMICUS IX(2): KUNST UND ÖKONOMIE, hrsg. von Manfred Tietzel, ISBN 3-89265-011-X, 195 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00


HOMO OECONOMICUS IX(1), ISBN 3-89265-010-1, 163 Seiten, EUR 15.00;

Beiträge: Gérard Gäfgen, Die Kunst der Ökonomie am Beispiel der Ökonomie der Kunst; Holger Bonus und Dieter Ronte, Transaktionen, Konventionen, Kunst; Wer­ner W. Pommerehne, Opernfestspiele - Ein Fall für öffentliche Subventionen?; Klaus Tiepelmann, Ökonomische Denkansätze zur Denkmalpflege; Manfred Tiet­zel, Goethe - ein Homo oeconomicus.




HOMO OECONOMICUS VIII: DIE MODERNE PRODUKTION. Zur Computerautomatisierung von Produktion und Verwaltung, von Manfred Gelowicz, SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Josef Falkinger, Homo oeconomicus sapiens. Versuche zu einer "modernen" Volkswirtschaftslehre; Kurt W. Rothschild, Marginalien zum Thema "Mathematisierung der Wirtschaftstheorie"; Reinhard Zintl, Beschränkte Informati­onsverarbeitung und ihre Konsequenzen, dargestellt am Beispiel des politischen Pro­zesses; Michael Rauscher, Umweltpolitik und wirtschaftliche Integration; Hans Wer­ner Holub, Gottfried Tappeiner und Veronika Eberharter, Das eherne Gesetz der belangvollen Arbeiten, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Ein Kritiker muß eitel sein; so­wie Buchbesprechungen von Laszlo Goerke, Sabine Frisk, Manfred J. Holler und Erich Weede.




HOMO OECONOMICUS VII: KRISE DER ÖKONOMIE, hrsg. von Bernd-Thomas Ramb, ISBN 3-89265-003-9, 300 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00 ISBN 3-89265-004-7, 193 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00




HOMO OECONOMICUS VI: SYSTEME UND IHRE MODELLE, hrsg. von Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-89265-002-0, 191 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00

Beiträge: Kurt W. Rothschild, Krise der Ökonomie oder Krise der Ökonomen? Hel­mut Arndt, Ökonomie: Natur- und Geisteswissenschaft? Hans Werner Holub, Stand der Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten in der Volkswirtschaftslehre; Manfred J. Holler, Ökonomie zwischen Unsicherheit und Normierung, Klaus Schüler, Krise oder Para­digmenwechsel in der Ökonomie? Karl-Hans Hartwig, Progression in der Krise oder der Beitrag der Neuen Konsumtheorie zum Erkenntnisfortschritt in der Nationalöko­nomie; H. Jörg Thieme, Geldpolitik in der Krise? Hartmut Picht, Der Stand der Ent­wicklungsökonomie; Andreas Pawlas, Theologie und die Krise der Ökonomie. Zum marktwirtschaftlichen Konzept Adam Smith´s in Verbindung mit der theologischen Suche nach Gerechtigkeit in der ökonomischen Welt; Hel­mar H. Veltzke, Philosophi­sche Probleme ökonomischer Krisen. Zur Problematik der Er­kenntnis- und Wissen­schaftskrise der politischen Ökonomie; Bernd-Thomas Ramb, Krise? Welche Krise?-Versuch einer Systematisierung der "Krise der Öko­nomie"; sowie Buchbesprechun­gen von Notburga Ott und Manfred Gelowicz


Beiträge: Wolfgang Tomasek, Evolution, Planung, Fortschritt. Zur Ökonomie der Modellbildung bei konkurrierenden planenden Systemen, Manfred J. Holler, Über die Grundlagen einer Strategischen Wirtschaftstheorie und die Reduktion sozialer Kom­plexität, Gerhard Munduch, Eine empirische Überprüfung subjektiver Beurtei­lungen und Erwartungen im Vergleich zur objektiven Wirtschaftsentwicklung; Ru­dolf Hern­egger, Die strukturelle Labilität des Menschen; Andreas Pawlas, Ethik und Zufall: Alexander von Oettingens Ethik und die Voraussetzungen stati­stischen Denkens; Wolfgang Jäger; Die ökonomische Nutzentheorie oder das Ver­nunft­prinzip - Gegen­satz oder Ergänzung?



HOMO OECONOMICUS V: MEDIZIN, ETHIK UND RATIO­NALITÄT, hrsg. von Klaus Wieland, ISBN 3-89265-001-2, 210 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Rainer Hegselmann, Moralität und Rationalität; Manfred J. Holler, Ethik, Ökonomie. Arbeit und der Thriumph der Medizin; Antonio Alzina, Entste­hung und Entwicklung der Berufsethik in der Medizin; Peter Koslowski, Lebens­verlängerung um jeden Preis? Philosophische Überlegungen zu den Grenzen des ärztlichen Han­delns; Julius Nagy, Wer soll leben und wer soll sterben, wenn nicht alle leben kön­nen? Die denkwürdige Antwort der Katastrophenmedizin; Klaus Wieland, Ärztliche Unsicherheit und nil nocere; Wolfgang Jäger, Das Medizin­studium als Angebots- und Kostenfaktor im Gesundheitswesen; Gert Wagner, Mortalität und Rationalität - Zur theoretischen und empirischen Relevanz von akti­vem Sport als Instrument der Beeinflussung der Gesundheits- und Lebenserwar­tung.



HOMO OECONOMICUS IV: ÖKOLOGIE UND [h1]ÖKONOMIE, hrsg. von H.G.Mülle, ISBN 3-89265-004-4, 225 Seiten, EUR 15.00; SFR 30.00.

Beiträge: Roland Tichy, Umweltbewußtsein und Handlungsrelevanz; Ralf Dieter Brunowsky, Mehr Umweltschutz durch grüne Wirt-schaftspolitik? Hartmut Knüp­pel, Ökologische Marktwirtschaft: Zur Entstehung und politischen Umsetzung eines Ordnungsprinzips; Jutta von Krosigk, Umweltpolitik: Vom schwierigen Um­gang mit der Marktwirtschaft; Bernhard Wimmer und H.G. Müller, Privates Um-welthaftungs­recht als taugliches Mittel der Umweltpolitik? Hartmut Bebermeyer, Umwelt als Pa­rameter der strategischen Unternehmensplanung; Bernhard Glae­ser, Umweltpolitik in Entwicklungsländern; Wolfgang Guzman, Das Verhältnis Natur-Mensch gibt zu denken: anthropologisch-philosophische Überlegungen zur neueren Ökologiede­batte; Melitta Patzak, Umwelt findet "draußen" statt: eine grundla­gentheoretische Betrachtung; Sabine Hofmeister, Die Blindheit der Welt­ökonomie gegenüber den Belangen der Natur: Plädoyer für eine physisch-stoffliche Umwelt­planung.



HOMO OECONOMICUS III, hrsg. von Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-88278-160-2, 157 Seiten, EUR 7.50; SFR 15.00.

Beiträge: Melitta Patzak, Rationalmodell und analytische Handlungstheorie; Arnold Meyer-Faje, Das Menschenbild bei Adam Smith; Manfred J. Holler, Lohn und Lohnbildung bei Adam Smith; Rolf Dieter Hirsch, Bewältigung von Belastun­gen am Arbeitsplatz; Berndt Keller, Gewerkschaften als kooperative Akteure: Gruppen-inter­essen und differentielle Betroffenheit; Ralf Marks, Alexander von Pechmann und Elmar Treptow, Ende der "Arbeitsgesellschaft". Eine Skizze; Wolf­gang Goede, Ren­tiert sich der Homo oeconomicus für die Dritte Welt.



HOMO OECONOMICUS II, hrsg. von Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-88278-155-6, 149 Seiten, EUR 7.50; SFR 15.00.


Beiträge: Hartmut Kliemt, Nicht-explanative Funktionen eines "Homo oecono­micus" und Beschränkung seiner explanativen Rolle; Manfred J. Holler, Moral, Markt und Norm. Thesen zur ökono-mischen Theoriebildung; Utz-Peter Reich, SOCIETAS OECONOMICA - oder was ist ökonomische Realität? Albert Lauter­bach, Homo oeco-nomicus und die "Entwicklungsländer"; Andreas Pawlas, Lei­stung und Moti­vation im Soldatenberuf; Claus Tully, Rationalisierung durch Ex­perten. Zur Setzung sozialer Tatbestände im Betrieb; Manfred J. Holler, Munich Social Science Review: The "Loose End"; sowie Buchbesprechungen von Klaus Wieland, Klaus Schrüfer und Barbara Klose-Ullmann.



HOMO OECONOMICUS I, hrsg. von Manfred J. Holler, ISBN 3-88278-150-5, 172 Seiten, EUR 7.50; SFR 15.00.

Beiträge: Hartmut Kliemt, Der Homo oeconomicus zwischen Ethik und Biologie - Aspekte seiner Geschichte und Wirkungsgeschichte; Werner Kirsch, Theorie der Individualentscheidung: Von der Rationalitätsentscheidung zur Psycho-Logik der Problemhandlung; Max Streit und Linde Pelzmann, Beiträge der Wirtschaftspsy­chologie zum Modell rationalen ökonomischen Verhaltens; Melitta Patzak, Der Homo oeconomicus im Lichte der traditionellen analytischen Philosophie; Thomas Voss, Rationale Akteure in der soziologischen Analyse; Peter Anselm Görres, Eini­ge Bemerkungen zur Verteidigung des Walrasianischen Paradigmas gegen falsche Usurpatoren wie ungerechte Kritiker; Wolfgang Scholl, Der Manager des Homo (Socio-) Oeconomicus und die Entwicklung der Arbeitsteilung; Barbara Klose-Ull­mann, Das Ölpreisspiel. Eine Fallstudie in Ökonomologie; Pierre Guillet de Mon­t­houx, Pragmatisches Vorwort; Manfred J. Holler, Nachwort eines Ökonomen.