Hayek and Behavioral Economics

Still on Hayek. Having just received my copy, I thought I’d give it another plug. My chapter Mindscapes and Landscapes: Hayek and Simon on Cognitive Extension is in this collection. The full line-up as follows:

Foreword; V. Smith

Introduction; R. Frantz & R. Leeson

Friedrich Hayek’s Behavioural Economics in Historical Context; R. Frantz

A Hayekian/Kirznerian Economic History of the Modern World; D. McCloskey

Was Hayek an Austrian Economist? Yes and No. Was Hayek a Praxeologist? No.; W. Block

Error is Obvious, Coordination is the Puzzle; P. Boettke, W. Caceres & A. Martin

Hayek’s Contribution to a Reconstruction of Economic Theory; H. Gintis

On the Relationships Between Friedrich Hayek and Jean Piaget; C. Chelini & S. Riva

Cognitive Autonomy and Epistemology of Action in Hayek’s and Merleau-Ponty’s Thought; F. Di Iorio

Hayek’s Sensory Order, Gestalt Neuroeconomics, and Quantum Psychophysics; T. Takahashi & S. Egashira

Mindscapes and Landscapes: Hayek and Simon on Cognitive Extension; L. Marsh

Hayek’s Complexity Assumption, Ecological and Bounded Rationality, and Behavioural Economics; M. Altman

Subjectivism and Explanations of the Principle; S. Fiori

Satisficing and Cognition; Complementarities between Simon and Hayek; P. Earl

The Oversight of Behavioural Economics on Hayek’s Insight; S. Rizzello & A. Spada

Complexity and Degeneracy in Socio-Economic Systems; G. Steel & H. Hosseini