Volume 29, Number 3 (2012)
The Weighted Exogenous-Payments Outside-Options Value
Coalition Configurations and the Public Good Index
Manfred J. Holler, J. M. Alonso-Meijide, Andreas Nohn, Balbina Casas-Méndez and M. Gloria Fiestras-Janeiro
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
On the Right to Repeat Oneself
Comments on Nentjes’ “On the Right to Repeat Oneself”
Katri K. Sieberg
Systematic Dangers of Self‐repetition – A Comment on Nentjes
Self‐Plagiarizing Prostitutes: Limiting the Need to Repeat Oneself? – A Comment “On the Right to Repeat Oneself ” by Andries Nentjes
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An Interdiscipinary Journal
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Homo Oeconomicus started life in 1983 as a German language occasional series concerned with various aspects of the concept of homo oeconomicus and its application in economics, philosophy, political science, and sociology. In 1995 it became a quarterly journal and in 1998 was fully internationalized with articles being exclusively in English.
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