Economics and Philosophy

(The median citation count of Economics and Philosophy is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The marketplace of rationalizations16
What do climate change winners owe, and to whom?14
In defence of revealed preference theory14
Strategic sorting: the role of ordeals in health care10
Eliminating Group Agency7
Rationing with time: time-cost ordeals’ burdens and distributive effects6
Institutions and their strength6
Enough is too much: the excessiveness objection to sufficientarianism6
Decision under normative uncertainty5
The hierarchy in economics and its implications4
Concerning publicized goods (or, the promiscuity of the public goods argument)4
Cooperation, fairness and team reasoning4
The Samaritan’s Curse: moral individuals and immoral groups4
Why we need future generations: a defence of direct intergenerational reciprocity4
Property, the environment, and the Lockean Proviso4
Revisiting variable-value population principles3
Evolutionary mechanisms of choice: Hayekian perspectives on neurophilosophical foundations of neuroeconomics3
Weighted sufficientarianisms: Carl Knight on the excessiveness objection3
The Levelling-Down Objection and the additive measure of the badness of inequality3
What’s in, what’s out? Towards a rigorous definition of the boundaries of benefit-cost analysis3
The Principle of Merit and the capital-labour split3
Should market harms be an exception to the Harm Principle?3
The option value of life2
Social choice problems with public reason proceduralism2
The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy, Stephanie Kelton. Public Affairs, 2020, 325 pages.2
Sources of transitivity2
Strategic Justice – Convention and Problems of Balancing Diverging Interests, Peter Vanderschraaf. Oxford University Press, 2019, viii + 391 pages.2
Relative priority2
On the measurement of need-based justice2
Setting Health-Care Priorities: What Ethical Theories Tell Us, Torbjörn Tännsjö. Oxford University Press, 2019, xii + 212 pages.2
Symposium: ethics of economic ordeals2
The Econ within or the Econ above? On the plausibility of preference purification2
Identity, ethics and behavioural welfare economics2
Contractualism and risk preferences2
Which choices merit deference? A comparison of three behavioural proxies of subjective welfare2
Calibration dilemmas in the ethics of distribution2
Ordeals, women and gender justice2
Causal effects and counterfactual conditionals: contrasting Rubin, Lewis and Pearl1
Moral Uncertainty, by William MacAskill, Krister Bykvist and Toby Ord. Oxford University Press, 2020, viii + 226 pages1
The problem of low expectations and the principled politician1
Unravelling into war: trust and social preferences in Hobbes’s state of nature1
Ordeals, inequalities, moral hazard and non-monetary incentives in health care1
How to be absolutely fair Part II: Philosophy meets economics1
Putting costs and benefits of ordeals together1
Better vaguely right than precisely wrong in effective altruism: the problem of marginalism1
Measuring norms using social survey data1
Welfare Theory, Public Action, and Ethical Values: Revisiting the History of Welfare Economics, Roger E. Backhouse, Antoinette Baujard and Tamotsu Nishizawa (Eds). Cambridge University Press, 2021, ix1
Reply to Spears’s ‘The Asymmetry of Population Ethics’1
Taxing Profit in a Global Economy, M. Devereux , A. Auerbach , M. Keen , P. Oosterhuis , W. Schön and J. Vella . Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021.1
Biased preferences equilibrium1
Universalizing and the we: endogenous game theoretic deontology1
On environmental justice, Part I: an intuitive conservation dilemma1
Is luxury tax justifiable?1
Team reasoning cannot be viewed as a payoff transformation1
Wealth and Power: Philosophical Perspectives, Michael Bennett, Huub Brouwer, and Rutger Claassen, eds. Routledge, 2023, x + 356 pages.1
Designing a just soda tax1
J.S. Mill and market harms: a response to Endörfer1
Inductive risk in macroeconomics: Natural Rate Theory, monetary policy, and the Great Canadian Slump1
Taxation: Philosophical Perspectives, Martin O’Neill and Shepley Orr (eds). Oxford University Press, 2018, 264 pp., $55.00 (hbk), ISBN 9780199609222.1
Justice for Millionaires?1
Being Good in a World of Need, Larry S. Temkin. Oxford University Press, 2022, 432 pages.1
Signs of character: a signalling model of Hume’s theory of moral and immoral actions1
The Welfare Diffusion Objection to Prioritarianism1
When utilitarianism dominates justice as fairness: an economic defence of utilitarianism from the original position1
A new puzzle in the social evaluation of risk1
What is partial ambiguity?1
Conscientious objection in firms1
Stratified social norms1
Price gouging and the duty of easy rescue1
A dilemma for lexical and Archimedean views in population axiology1
How to be absolutely fair Part I: The Fairness formula1
Behavioural and heuristic models are as-if models too – and that’s ok1
The metaethical dilemma of epistemic democracy1
Faces of Inequality: A Theory of Wrongful Discrimination, Sophia Moreau. Oxford University Press, 2020, xi+260 pages.0
In Defense of Public Debt, Barry Eichengreen, Asmaa El-Ganainy, Rui Esteves and Kris James Mitchener. Oxford University Press, 2021, vii + 305 pages.0
Better than nothing: On defining the valence of a life0
EAP volume 39 issue 3 Cover and Front matter0
Continuity and catastrophic risk0
Reciprocity and the Art of Behavioural Public Policy, Adam Oliver . Cambridge University Press, 2019, xvii + 194 pages. - Escaping Paternalism: Rationality, Behavioural Economics and Public Policy, M0
Adaptive preferences, self-expression and preference-based freedom rankings0
Diagonal decision theory0
Global Health Impact: Extending Access to Essential Medicines, Nicole Hassoun . Oxford University Press, 2020, xv + 301 pages.0
Justice and Egalitarian Relations, Christian Schemmel . Oxford University Press, 2021, 321 pages.0
The Form of the Firm: A Normative Political Theory of the Corporation, Abraham Singer. Oxford University Press, 2019, xii + 296 pages.0
Reply to Hausman0
Value Incommensurability: Ethics, Risk, and Decision-Making, Henrik Andersson and Anders Herlitz (ed.). Routledge, 2022, viii+269 pages.0
EAP volume 39 issue 2 Cover and Front matter0
How We Cooperate, John E. Roemer. Yale University Press, 2019, 248 pages.0
Capital and Ideology, Thomas Piketty. Translated by Arthur Goldhammer. Harvard University Press, 2020, pp. ix + 1093.0
Rational Responses to Risk, Paul Weirich. Oxford University Press, 2020, xi + 269 pages.0
Fragile Futures: The Uncertain Economics of Disasters, Pandemics, and Climate Change, Vito Tanzi. Cambridge University Press, 2021.0
Replies to commentators0
Good reasons for losers: lottery justification and social risk0
A dilemma for reasons additivity0
Abstract rationality: the ‘logical’ structure of attitudes0
Frame It Again: New Tools for Rational Decision-Making, José Luis Bermúdez. Cambridge University Press, 2020, x + 330 pages.0
Reply to Aaron: How people respond to the Asymmetry is an empirical question0
The utility of goods or actions? A neurophilosophical assessment of a recent neuroeconomic controversy0
Description invariance: a rational principle for human agents0
The Reflection Principle and the Ex-Ante Pareto Principle in Anna Mahtani’s Objects of Credence0
Market nudges and autonomy0
Choosing for Changing Selves, Richard Pettigrew. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, xiv + 253 pages.0
EAP volume 39 issue 1 Cover and Front matter0
On Trade Justice: A Philosophical Plea for a New Global Deal, Mathias Risse and Gabriel Wollner. Oxford University Press, 2019, viii + 278 pages.0
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The entrepreneurial theory of ownership0
Precis of The Objects of Credence0
Measuring Utility: From the Marginal Revolution to Behavioral Economics, Ivan Moscati. Oxford University Press, 2019, vii + 326 pages.0
Fair equality of chances for prediction-based decisions0
Continuity and catastrophic risk – CORRIGENDUM0
Cogs and Monsters: What Economics Is, and What It Should Be, Diane Coyle. Princeton University Press, 2021, 257 pages.0
EAP volume 36 issue 2 Cover and Front matter0
Limits of the Numerical: The Abuses and Uses of Quantification, ed. C. Newfield, A. Alexandrova and S. John. University of Chicago Press, 2022, 317 pages.0
Probabilistically coherent credences despite opacity0
Measuring Poverty Around the World, Anthony B. Atkinson. Princeton University Press, 2019, xxvii + 464 pages.0
EAP volume 37 issue 1 Cover and Back matter0
Non-Archimedean population axiologies0
A social-status rationale for repugnant market transactions0
Respecting equality in economic option appraisal: valuing the time of your life0
Indexical utility: another rationalization of exponential discounting0
EAP volume 38 issue 2 Cover and Front matter0
Must Prioritarians be Antiegalitarian?0
Life as a Trust Game: a comment on The Option Value of Life0
Preferences versus opportunities: on the conceptual foundations of normative welfare economics0
Epistemic problems in Hayek’s defence of free markets0
What calibrating variable-value population ethics suggests0
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A Theory of Subjective Well-Being, Mark Fabian. Oxford University Press, 2022, x + 305 pages.0
Subjective total comparative evaluations0
Fitting Things Together: Coherence and the Requirements of Structural Rationality, Alex Worsnip, Oxford University Press, 2021, xvii + 335 pages0
Theory and Credibility, Scott Ashworth, Christopher Berry and Ethan Buena de Mesquito. Princeton University Press, 2021, 280 pages.0
Equality or priority about competing claims?0
The Principal Principle and the contingent a priori0
Vote markets, democracy and relational egalitarianism0
The relevance of mechanisms and mechanistic knowledge for behavioural interventions: the case of household energy consumption0
EAP volume 38 issue 1 Cover and Back matter0
EAP volume 38 issue 3 Cover and Front matter0
On environmental justice, Part II: non-absolute equal division of rights to the natural world0
EAP volume 38 issue 3 Cover and Back matter0
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Philosophical Foundations of Climate Change Policy, Joseph Heath. Oxford University Press, 2021, viii + 339 pages.
Philippe Mongin (1950–2020)0
Humanomics: Moral Sentiments and the Wealth of Nations for the Twenty-First Century, Vernon L. Smith and Bart J. Wilson. Cambridge University Press, 2019, xx + 215 pages.0
Comparing Rubin and Pearl’s causal modelling frameworks: a commentary on Markus (2021)0
Reconfiguring essential and discretionary public goods0
The half life of economic injustice0
The Triumph of Injustice: How the Rich Dodge Taxes and How to Make Them Pay, Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman. W.W. Norton, 2019, xvi + 232 pp., $27.95 (hbk), ISBN: 97813240027270
EAP volume 38 issue 1 Cover and Front matter0
Wealth and Power: Philosophical Perspectives, Michael Bennett, Huub Brouwer, and Rutger Claassen, eds. Routledge, 2023, x + 356 pages. – CORRIGENDUM0
Impartiality and democracy: an objection to political exchange0
Happiness – Concept, Measurement and Promotion, Yew-Kwang Ng, Springer, 2022, v + 183 pages.0
Solving Social Dilemmas: Ethics, Politics and Prosperity, Roger Congleton . Oxford University Press, 2022, xvi + 451 pages.0
EAP volume 37 issue 2 Cover and Back matter0
Manipulation in politics and public policy0
Facing Up to Scarcity: The Logic and Limits of Nonconsequentialist Thought, Barbara H. Fried. Oxford University Press, 2020, xvi+269 pages.0
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Isolationism, instrumentalism and fiscal policy0
EAP volume 40 issue 1 Cover and Front matter0
The view from Manywhere: normative economics with context-dependent preferences0
EAP volume 37 issue 2 Cover and Front matter0
The Tragic Science: How Economists Cause Harm (even as They Aspire to Do Good). George F. DeMartino. University of Chicago Press. xi + 265 pages0
Rational updating at the crossroads0
Exploitation as Domination: Why Capitalism is Unjust, Nicholas Vrousalis, Oxford University Press, 2023, 224 pages.0
The Pursuit of Happiness: Philosophical and Psychological Foundations of Utility, Louis Narens and Brian Skyrms. Oxford University Press, 2020, 208 pages.0
EAP volume 38 issue 2 Cover and Back matter0
Reasoning with reasons: Lewis on common knowledge0
The Profit Paradox: How Thriving Firms Threaten the Future of Work, Jan Eeckhout. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2021, viii + 327 pages.0
EAP volume 36 issue 2 Cover and Back matter0
Rational Powers in Action: Instrumental Rationality and Extended Agency, Sergio Tenenbaum . Oxford University Press, 2020, xii + 245 pages.0
Sources of transitivity – CORRIGENDUM0