Altuğ Yalçıntaş : Citation Profile


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Ankara Üniversitesi

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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Papers

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   16 years (2005 - 2021). See details.
   Cites by year: 0
   Journals where Altuğ Yalçıntaş has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 0.    Total self citations: 7 (63.64 %)

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Works with:

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Altuğ Yalçıntaş.

Is cited by:

Köksal, Emin (1)

Michler, Jeffrey (1)

Josephson, Anna (1)

Cites to:

juselius, katarina (6)

Colander, David (6)

Kirman, Alan (6)

Hodgson, Geoffrey (5)

Coase, Ronald (5)

Lux, Thomas (4)

Wible, James (4)

Hoover, Gary (4)

Lawson, Tony (4)

List, John (4)

McCloskey, Deirdre (4)

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Where Altuğ Yalçıntaş has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
The Journal of Philosophical Economics3
Review of Social Economy2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
MPRA Paper / University Library of Munich, Germany6

Recent works citing Altuğ Yalçıntaş (2021 and 2020)


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Works by Altuğ Yalçıntaş:


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2013The Problem of Epistemic Cost: Why Do Economists Not Change Their Minds (About the “Coase Theorem”)? In: American Journal of Economics and Sociology.
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2020Why is economics not part of a system of scientific ethics? A review essay on Wilfred Dolfsma and Ioana Negru’s The Ethical Formation of Economists In: The Journal of Philosophical Economics.
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2011Review essay on David Laibman, Deep History: A Study in Social Evolution and Human Potential In: The Journal of Philosophical Economics.
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2012Between a rock and a hard place: second thoughts on Laibman’s Deep History and the theory of punctuated equilibrium with regard to intellectual evolution In: The Journal of Philosophical Economics.
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2010INTELLECTUAL PATHS AND PATHOLOGIES: HOW SMALL EVENTS IN SCHOLARLY LIFE ACCIDENTALLY GROW BIG In: Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
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2020Digital protectionism and national planning in the age of the internet: the case of Iran In: Journal of Institutional Economics.
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2012A notion evolving: From institutional path dependence to intellectual path dependence In: Economics Bulletin.
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2015One Long Argument in Economics: Explaining Intellectual Inertia in terms of Evolutionary Ontology In: STOREPapers.
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2015James R. Wible, The Economics of Science: Methodology as if Economics Really Mattered. In: Journal of Economics and Political Economy.
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2011On error: undisciplined thoughts on one of the causes of intellectual path dependency In: MPRA Paper.
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2010The ‘Coase Theorem’ vs. Coase theorem proper: How an error emerged and why it remained uncorrected so long In: MPRA Paper.
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2012?ktisat doga bilimlerinin Mekke’si mi oluyor?: Toplumsal ve doga bilimleri iliskisi uzerine bir at?f analizi In: MPRA Paper.
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2013The Oomph in economic philosophy: a bibliometric analysis of the main trends, from the 1960s to the present In: MPRA Paper.
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2006The Economics of Rhetoric: On Metaphors as Institutions In: MPRA Paper.
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2006Stories of Error and Vice Matter: Path Dependence, Paul David, and Efficiency and Optimality in Economics In: MPRA Paper.
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2021Commodification 2.0: How Does Spotify Provide Its Services for Free? In: Review of Radical Political Economics.
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2016Scientific misconduct and research ethics in economics: an introduction In: Review of Social Economy.
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2016Research Ethics Education in Economics In: Review of Social Economy.
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2005When Being Virtuous Makes Sense: Bourgeois Ethics in the Golden Age vs. Embarrassment of the Bourgeoisie Today In: Method and Hist of Econ Thought.
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