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Evolutionary economics has gained increasing attention during the last two decades as a major heterodox approach in economic theory. However, the roots of this important school of thought can be traced back to the beginnings of the 20th century.

This authoritative collection of articles presents the most significant contributions from pioneering pieces to recent research papers. It documents a broad range of problems and a variety of methods that are characteristic of the evolutionary approach. A new introductory chapter surveys the main features of evolutionary economics and outlines its major achievements.

The book presents many articles and papers that are not easily accessible. It will be an essential reference source for students, instructors and researchers in economics and in other social sciences interested in the idea of evolution in the realm socio-economic phenomena.

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