While Schumpeter is mostly regarded as a pioneer of evolutionary economics (Kurz 2012, 2015), who argued in favor of this perspective in The Theory of Economic Development (Schumpeter 1963), and especially in Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy (Schumpeter 1942), the last one containing the famous formulation of creative destruction (Fagerberg 2003), one may also view Schumpeter as an institutional economist who was searching for his methodological
Pragmatism is an American methodological
approach originating from the work of William James (1842-1910), John Dewey (1859-1952), Charles Sanders Peirce (1839-1914) and Herbert Mead (1863-1931).
The first two contributions show how far we got in respect to applying the new methodological
tools in causal analysis.
Renault, aware of the implications of the automotive industryEoACAOs need to secure raw materials supply, and BRGM, keen to find applications for its methodological
developments and expertise, are delighted to have signed this Strategic Partnership agreement.
For example, the difference in methodological
quality between clinical trials that score 5 and 6 compared to 6 and 7 is equidistant on an interval level scale.
The authors were asked to craft their essays to address, in part, two interrelated issues: (1) how we can bridge the gap between methodological
camps and (2) how we can more effectively integrate the substantive findings across the two factions.
Since that is the case, it is specious and misleading to conduct a purely philosophical discussion (as Poe and Mytyk do) suggesting that "methodological
naturalism" is really irrelevant to the success of physical science.
Even those who choose to ignore the postmodern challenge to disciplinary boundaries will find that methodological
epistemology usurps disciplinary boundaries, particularly in the social sciences.
Also, the axiological, as opposed to the cognitive and methodological
, aspects of Islamic Science will require the informed input of authoritative experts in Fiqh, Usul al-fiqh and the Maqasid of the Shari ah.
Towards Universality--Le Corbusier, Mies and De Stijl sets out, as its title implies, to offer new insights into the dark heart of 1920s Modernism, but ends up as a near perfect demonstration of the gaping methodological
void that an ever expanding literature still does not fill.
However, her book makes few analytical or methodological
innovations and draws inspiration more from the field of psychology than history.
Second, authors need to ensure that they understand the response rate components and related methodological
issues, and obtain the appropriate technical consultation when necessary.