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Altruistically Inclined?: The Behavioral Sciences, Evolutionary Theory, and the Origins of Reciprocity (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Alexander J. Field
Capitol Investments: The Marketability of Political Skills (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Glenn R. Parker
The Cult of Statistical Significance: How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Stephen T. Ziliak
Democracy, Governance, and Growth (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Stephen Knack
Economics and Evolution: Bringing Life Back into Economics (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Geoffrey Hodgson
Evolutionary Concepts in Contemporary Economics (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Richard W. England
Explaining Process and Change: Approaches to Evolutionary Economics (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Ulrich Witt
From Liberty to Democracy: The Transformation of American Government (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Randall G. Holcombe
The Great Breakthrough and Its Cause (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Julian Lincoln Simon
Growth Recurring: Economic Change in World History (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Eric Lionel Jones
Growth Triumphant: The Twenty-first Century in Historical Perspective (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Richard A. Easterlin
Imperfect Institutions: Possibilities and Limits of Reform (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Thrainn Eggertsson
Increasing Returns and Path Dependence in the Economy (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by W. Brian Arthur
Institutions and Economic Theory: The Contribution of the New Institutional Economics (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Eirik G. Furubotn
Integrity and Agreement: Economics When Principles Also Matter (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Alanson Minkler
Preference Pollution: How Markets Create the Desires We Dislike (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by David George
The Rebel's Dilemma (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Mark Irving Lichbach
Signaling Goodness: Social Rules and Public Choice (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by Phillip J. Nelson
The Voluntary City: Choice, Community, and Civil Society (Economics, Cognition, and Society) by David T. Beito

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  1. Understanding the Process of Economic Change by Douglass C. North (1999)
  2. The new industrial state by John Kenneth Galbraith (1967)
  3. The European Miracle: Environments, Economies and Geopolitics in the History of Europe and Asia by E. L. Jones (1981)
  4. The Economy As An Evolving Complex System by Philip W. Anderson (1988)
  5. Anarchy and the Law: The Political Economy of Choice by Edward Stringham (2007)
  6. Rank Correlation Methods by Sir Maurice Kendall (1970)
  7. Structure and Change in Economic History by Douglass C. North (1981)
  8. Principles of Econometrics by R. Carter Hill (2008)
  9. An Evolutionary Theory of Economic Change by Richard R. Nelson (1982)
  10. Studies in Mutualist Political Economy by Kevin A. Carson (2007)
  11. GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History by Diane Coyle (2014)
  12. Principles of Applied Statistics by Professor D. R. Cox (2011)
  13. Industrial Organization: Theory and Applications by Oz Shy (1995)
  14. Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance by Douglass C. North (1990)
  15. The Lever of Riches: Technological Creativity and Economic Progress by Joel Mokyr (1990)

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