Economics and Philosophy

(The TQCC of Economics and Philosophy is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
In defence of revealed preference theory11
What do climate change winners owe, and to whom?10
Strategic sorting: the role of ordeals in health care7
The marketplace of rationalizations7
Punishment and disagreement in the state of nature5
The normative gap: mechanism design and ideal theories of justice5
Eliminating Group Agency5
Enough is too much: the excessiveness objection to sufficientarianism3
Evolutionary mechanisms of choice: Hayekian perspectives on neurophilosophical foundations of neuroeconomics3
Rationing with time: time-cost ordeals’ burdens and distributive effects3
Institutions and their strength3
What is lost through no net loss3
The hierarchy in economics and its implications3
Property, the environment, and the Lockean Proviso3
Cooperation, fairness and team reasoning2
Decision under normative uncertainty2
Contractualism and risk preferences2
What’s in, what’s out? Towards a rigorous definition of the boundaries of benefit-cost analysis2
Should market harms be an exception to the Harm Principle?2
The Econ within or the Econ above? On the plausibility of preference purification2
Ordeals, women and gender justice2
Rationality, uncertainty, and unanimity: an epistemic critique of contractarianism2
The Samaritan’s Curse: moral individuals and immoral groups2
The Asymmetry of population ethics: experimental social choice and dual-process moral reasoning2
Concerning publicized goods (or, the promiscuity of the public goods argument)2
Symposium: ethics of economic ordeals2
Strategic Justice – Convention and Problems of Balancing Diverging Interests, Peter Vanderschraaf. Oxford University Press, 2019, viii + 391 pages.2
Why we need future generations: a defence of direct intergenerational reciprocity2
The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy, Stephanie Kelton. Public Affairs, 2020, 325 pages.2
Setting Health-Care Priorities: What Ethical Theories Tell Us, Torbjörn Tännsjö. Oxford University Press, 2019, xii + 212 pages.2
Ordeals, inequalities, moral hazard and non-monetary incentives in health care1
Putting costs and benefits of ordeals together1
Inductive risk in macroeconomics: Natural Rate Theory, monetary policy, and the Great Canadian Slump1
Behavioural and heuristic models are as-if models too – and that’s ok1
Calibration dilemmas in the ethics of distribution1
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
When utilitarianism dominates justice as fairness: an economic defence of utilitarianism from the original position1
Unravelling into war: trust and social preferences in Hobbes’s state of nature1
The Principle of Merit and the capital-labour split1
Conscientious objection in firms1
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
Revisiting variable-value population principles1
Reply to Spears’s ‘The Asymmetry of Population Ethics’1
Moral Uncertainty, by William MacAskill, Krister Bykvist and Toby Ord. Oxford University Press, 2020, viii + 226 pages1
Causal effects and counterfactual conditionals: contrasting Rubin, Lewis and Pearl1
On environmental justice, Part I: an intuitive conservation dilemma1
The option value of life1
The Levelling-Down Objection and the additive measure of the badness of inequality1
On the measurement of need-based justice1
Which choices merit deference? A comparison of three behavioural proxies of subjective welfare1
Measuring norms using social survey data1
Taxation: Philosophical Perspectives, Martin O’Neill and Shepley Orr (eds). Oxford University Press, 2018, 264 pp., $55.00 (hbk), ISBN 9780199609222.1
Ambidextrous Lockeanism – CORRIGENDUM1
The problem of low expectations and the principled politician1
Relative priority1
What is partial ambiguity?1