Latest Issue

The Bright Side of Scandals, Edited By Alain Marciano and Nathalie Moureau



The Bright Side of Scandals: An Introduction

Alain Marciano and Christopher J. Coyne

Pages 249-255 Download

The Political Economy of Human Rights Scandals

Christopher J. Coyne and David M. Levy

Pages 257-282 Download

Learning from Scandal about What We Know and What We Think We Know

David M. Levy and Alexandre Di Miceli da Silveira

Pages 283-314 Download

The Enron Scandal a Decade Later: Lessons Learned?

Alexandre Di Miceli da Silveira

Pages 315-347 Download

Between the Exceptional Individual and the Exception: Scandals of Self-Ownership

Chrystelle Debordes

Pages 349-368 Download

Sade, or the Scandal of Desire

Timo Airaksinen

Pages 369-384 Download

Scandal and the Artist's Ethics, Between Aesthetics and Politics: From Brancuso to Catellan

Chrystelle Debordes

Pages 385-400 Download

About Homo Oeconomicus

An Interdiscipinary Journal

Homo Oeconomicus is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of classical and neo-classical economics, public choice, collective decision-making, and law & economics, and philosophy & economics. Broadly speaking Homo Oeconomicus is a PPE journal.


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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