Struggling for the moral market: Economic knowledge, diverse markets, and market borders

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Focusing on the rise of behavioral and experimental economics and its implications for social policies, we demonstrate that geographies of marketization are not confined to the study of the models of neoclassical economics.

Christian Berndt & Manuel Wirth (2019). Struggling for the Moral Market:
Economic Knowledge, Diverse Markets, and Market Borders. In: Economic Geography 95 (3), 288-309.

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