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    1. Earl, P. E. (2018). Richard H. Thaler: A Nobel Prize for Behavioural Economics. Review of Political Economy, 30(2), 107-125. doi:10.1080/09538259.2018.1513236

    2. Peter E. (2018) ‘G. L. S. Shackle’s introspective behavioural economics’, journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy, 2(1):  19–25._download

    3. Earl, P.E., Friesen, L. and Shadfor, C. (2017) ‘The efficiency of market-assisted choices: An experimental analysis of mobile phone connection service recommendations’, Journal of Institutional Economics, 13(4): 849–73.
    4. Earl, P.E. (2017) ‘Theory of the Firm’, pp. 194–202 in C.L. Spash (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics, Abingdon and New York, Routledge.
    5. Earl, P.E. (2017) ‘Lifestyle changes and the lifestyle selection process’, Journal of Bioeconomics, 19(1, April): 97–114, DOI:10.1007/s10818-016-9212-0, version.
    6. Harcourt, G. C., Cosh, Andy, Hughes, Alan, Sen, Sunanda, Patnaik, Prabhat, Harris, Donald J., Whittington, Geoff, Meeks, Gay, Earl, Peter E.,r Rowthorn, Robert, Sen, Abhijit, Ghosh, Jayati, Nolan, Peter (2016) ‘The legacy of Ajit Singh (11 September 1940-23 June 2015)’, Economic and Labour Relations Review 27:293–313 doi”>10.1177/1035304616663348
    7. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2016) ‘The management of creative vision and the economics of creative cycles’, Managerial and Decision Economics, 37 (7, October): 474–484. (online )
    8. Earl, P..E. (2016) ‘The evolution of behavioural  economics’, pp. 5–17  in R. Frantz, S.-H. Chen, K. Dopfer, F. Heukelom, and S. Mousavi (eds) Routledge Handbook of Behavioral Economics, Abingdon and New York, Routledge.
    9. Earl, P. E (2016) ‘Bounded Rationality in the Digital Age, pp. 253–71 in R. Frantz and L. Marsh (eds) Minds, Markets and Milieux: Commemorating the Centenary of the Birth of Herbert SimonBasingstoke, Palgrave.
    10. Earl, P.E. (2015) ‘Anchoring in economics: On Frey and Gallus on the aggregation of behavioural anomalies’, Economics E-Journal, 2015-21 July 15. Download
    11. Freisen, L. and Earl, P.E. (2015) ‘Multipart tariffs and bounded rationality: An experimental analysis of mobile phone plan choices’, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 116 (August) 239–53  (online 22 May)
    12. Earl, P.E. and Littleboy, B. (2014) G.L.S. Shackle (Great Thinkers in Economics), Basingstoke and London, Palgrave, pp. xiii + 246. Palgrave catalogue page.
    13. Earl, P.E. (2014) ‘Bringing psychology and pluralism into the teaching of welfare economics, International journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 5(1), pp. 58–77.
    14. Earl, P.E. (2013) ‘The robot, the party animal and the philosopher: an evolutionary perspective on deliberation and preference’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 37(6), November, pp. 1263–1282. External link preprint version
    15. Earl, P.E. (2013) ‘Satisficing and cognition: Complementarities between Simon and Hayek’, pp. 278–300 in R. Frantz and R. Leeson (eds) Hayek and Behavioral Economics, Basingstoke and New York, Palgrave Macmillan.  preprint version details of book
    16. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2013) ‘The creative instability hypothesis’, Journal of Cultural Economics, 37(2), 153–173. external link preprint version
    17. Earl, P.E. and Peng, T.-C. (2012) ‘Brands of economics and the Trojan horse of pluralism’, Review of Political Economy, 24(3), July, 451–67. external link preprint version
    18. P.E. Earl (2012) ‘Behavioural theory’, in Dietrich, M. and Krafft, J. (eds) Handbook of the Economics and Theory of the Firm, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar (pp. 96–101). preprint version details of book
    19. Earl, P.E. (2012) ‘Experiential analysis of automotive consumption’, Journal of Business Research. 65(7), July: 1067-1072 external link (This has a companion ‘Much Too Long Version’ which can be downloaded here as a version with images and table in printer-friendly form (about 8mb) or here as a much smaller.file without images and with a screen-friendly version of table.)
    20. Earl, P.E. and Peng, T.-C. (2011) ‘Home improvements’, in Cameron, S. (ed.) Handbook of the Economics of Leisure, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 197-220. preprint version
    21. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2011) ‘Creativity under competition and the overshooting problem’, in Potts J.  Creative Industries and Economic Evolution, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 55–67.
    22. Earl, P.E. (2011) ‘From anecdotes to novels: Reflective inputs for behavioural economics’, New Zealand Economic Papers, 45(1/2), April-August (double issue on behavioural economics and economic psychology), pp. 5-22. external link preprint version (The entire Special Issue of NZEP was also published as a book in 2013: for its Amazon page, click here.)
    23. Earl, P.E. (2011) ‘Behavioural economics and economic policy’ in Argyrous, G. and Stillwell, F. (eds) Readings in Political Economy: Economics as a Social Science, Prahran, VIC 3181, Australia, Tilde University Press. pp. 264–269. preprint version
    24. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2011) ‘A Nobel prize for governance and institutions: Oliver Williamson and Elinor Ostrom’, Review of Political Economy, 23(1) January, pp. 1–24. external link preprint version
    25. Foster, M.M, Earl, P.E., Haines, T.P. and Mitchell, G.K. (2010) ‘Unravelling the concept of consumer preference: Implications for health policy and optimal planning in primary care’, Health Policy, 97(2-3), October: 105–112. external link preprintt version
    26. Earl, P.E. (2010) ‘Economics fit for the Queen: A pessimistic assessment of its prospects’, Prometheus, 28(3), September, pp. 1-17. external link preprint version Reprinted in G.M. Hodgson (ed.) (2012) Mathematics and Modern Economics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar. An extended version (incorporating some material from Earl and Peng (2012)’Brands of economics and the Trojan horse of pluralism’ is available as Earl, P.E. and Peng, T.-C. (2013) ‘Economics fit for the Queen: Barriers and opportunities’, pp. 172–202 in F.S. Lee and M. Lavoie (eds) In Defence of Post-Keynesian and Heterodox Economics: Responses to their Critics, London, Routledge preprint details of book
    27. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2010) ‘Economic perspectives on the development of complex products for increasingly demanding customers’, Research Policy, 39(8): 1122–1132. external link
    28. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2010) ‘Alternative perspectives on connections in economic systems, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 20: 163-183. external link
    29. Earl, P.E. (2010) ‘The sensory order, the economic imagination and the tacit dimension’, pp. 211-236 in Butos, W. (ed.) The Social Science of The Sensory Order: Advances in Austrian Economics, 13, Bradford, Emerald. external link preprint version
    30. Earl, P.E. (2009) ‘Information technology and the economics of storing, spreading and generating knowledge’, Prometheus, 27(4), December, pp. 389-401. exteral link Russian translation by Olga Kulikovskaya
    31. Earl, P.E. and Mandeville, T. (2009) ‘The competitive process in the age of the Internet’, Prometheus, 27(3), September, pp. 195-209. external link
    32. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2009) ‘Price-based versus standards-based approaches to reducing car addiction and other environmentally destructive activities’, in Holt, R.P.F., Pressman, S., and Spash, C.L. (eds) Post Keynesian and Ecological Economics, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 158-77.
    33. Earl, P.E. (2008) ‘Heterodox economics and the future of academic publishing’, On the Horizon, 16(4), pp. 205-213. external link
    34. Earl, P.E. and Littleboy, B. (eds) (2008) Regarding the Past: Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the History of Thought Society of Australia, Brisbane, School of Economics, University of Queensland, pp. xi + 240. download e-book
    35. Earl, P.E., Peng, T.C. and Potts, J. (2007) ‘Decision-rule cascades and the dynamics of speculative bubbles’, Journal of Economic Psychology, 28(3), June, pp. 351-364.
    36. Earl, P.E. (2007) ‘Consumption X-inefficiency and the problem of market regulation’, in R. Frantz (ed.) Renaissance in Behavioural Economics: Essays in Memory of Harvey Leibenstein, London, Routledge, pp. 176-193.
    37. Chai, A., Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2007) ‘Fashion, growth and welfare: An evolutionary approach’, in Bianchi, M. (ed.) The Evolution of Consumption: Theories and Practice. Advances in Austrian Economics, 10, Oxford, JAI/Elsevier, pp. 187-207.
    38. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2007) ‘Conjectures about future wants: some insights from evolutionary economics with reference to digital photography’, International Journal of Technological Intelligence and Planning, 3(1), pp. 24-38. external link preprint version
    39. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2006) ‘Entrepreneurship as a potential point of departure for a course in pluralist economic principles’, pp 499-512 in Kriesler, P., Johnson, M. and Lodewijks, J. (eds) Essays in Heterodox Economics: Proceeding of the Fifth Australian Society of Heterodox Economics Conference, 11-12 December 2006, Sydney, University of New South Wales. An earlier version is available here
    40. Earl, P.E. (2005) ‘Economics and psychology in the twenty-first century’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 29(6), pp. 909-26.
    41. Earl, P.E. and Wakeley, T. (2005) Business Economics: A Contemporary Approach, Maidenhead, UK, McGraw-Hill, pp. xxv +561 (covers both mainstream and behavioural/evolutionary approaches).
    42. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2004) ‘The Market for Preferences’, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 28(4), July, pp. 619-633. external link
    43. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2004) ‘Bounded rationality and decomposability: The basis for integrating cognitive and evolutionary economics’, in Augier. M. and March, J.G. (eds), Models of a Man: Essays in Memory of Herbert A. Simon, Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, pp. 317-333.
    44. Earl, P.E. (2004) ‘How economists model choice, versus how we behave, and why it matters’, in Fullbrook, E. (ed.) A Guide to What’s Wrong with Economics, London, Anthem, pp. 95–105.
    45. Earl, P.E. (2003) ‘The entrepreneur as a constructor of connections’, in Koppl, R. (ed.) Austrian Economics and Entrepreneurial Studies – Advances in Austrian Economics, 6, Oxford, JAI/Elsevier, pp. 117–134. external link
    46. Earl, P.E. (2002) ‘The perils of pluralism in economics and how to reduce them’, Post-Autistic Economics Review, issue number 11, January, article 1, external link, reprinted in Fullbrook, E. (ed.) (2003) The Crisis in Economics, London, Routledge,, pp. 90–3..
    47. Earl, P.E. (2002) Information, Opportunism and Economic Coordination, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. xix + 272.
    48. Earl, P.E. (2001) ‘Simon’s Travel Theorem and the Demand for Live Music’, Journal of Economic Psychology, 22(3), June, pp. 335-358 (this was accepted, subject to some changes, before I became coeditor of the journal and thereafter continued to go through the normal refereeing process).
    49. Earl, P.E. (2001) The Legacy of Herbert A. Simon in Economic Analysis, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, Volume 1: p xxv + 559; Volume II: pp. xx + 604 (This is a refereed reference collection of reprinted articles which I selected, and each volume has a substantial introductory essay by me).
    50. Earl, P.E. and Potts, J. (2000 ‘Latent demand and the browsing shopper’ Managerial and Decision Economics, 21(3-4), pp. 11-22.
    51. Earl, P.E. and Frowen, S.F. (eds) (2000) Economics as an Art of Thought: Essays in Memory of G. L. S. Shackle, London, Routledge, pp. xxvi + 425. (Includes as pp. 25–50 chapter by myself entitled ‘Indeterminacy in the Economics Classroom’, an updated version of which was included as pp. 193-214 of Fullboork, E. (ed.) (2008) Pluralist Economics, London, Zed Books. download
    52. Earl, P.E. and Kemp, S. (eds) (1999) The Elgar Companion to Consumer Research and Economic Psychology, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. xx + 638, a major reference book containing entries by about 100 leading researchers in the field from all over the world. Paperback, April 2002. Elgar eBook
    53. Dow, S.C. and Earl, P.E. (eds) (1999) Economic Organization and Economic Knowledge: Essays in Honour of Brian Loasby, Volume 1, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. xxiii+302.
    54. Dow, S.C. and Earl, P.E. (eds) (1999) Contingency, Complexity and the Theory of the Firm: Essays in Honour of Brian Loasby, Volume 2, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. xxiii+328.
    55. Earl, P.E. (1999) ‘Marketing as Information Economics’, in S. Macdonald and J. Nightingale (eds) Information and Organisation: A Tribute to the Work of Don Lamberton, Amsterdam, Elsevier, pp. 243–261.
    56. Earl, P.E. (1999) ‘Managerialism and the Economics of the Firm’, in Werhane, P. and Singer, A.E. (eds) Business Ethics in Theory and Practice: Contributions from Asia and New Zealand, Dordrecht, Kluwer, pp. 13-26. Springer ebook version
    57. Earl, P.E. (1998) ‘George Richardson’s Career and the Literature of Economics’, in Foss, N.J. and Loasby, B.J. (eds) Economic Organization, Capabilities and Coordination: Essays in Honour of G.B. Richardson, London, Routledge, pp. 14-43.
    58. Earl, P.E. (1998) ‘Consumer Goals as Journeys into the Unknown’, in Bianchi, M. (ed.) The Active Consumer: Novelty and Surprise in Consumer Choice, London, Routledge pp. 122-139. Download Shredecon edtition
    59. Earl, P.E. (1998) ‘Information, Coordination and Macroeconomics’, Information Economics and Policy, 10, pp. 331-342.
    60. Earl, P.E. (ed.) (1996) Management, Marketing and the Competitive Process (editor and contributor of introduction, one solo chapter (‘Contracts, Coordination and the Construction Industry’) and one joint chapter (‘Growth of Knowledge Perspectives on Business Behaviour’, with David Harper), Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. xii + 395.
    61. Earl, P.E. (1996) ‘Shackle, Entrepreneurship and the Theory of the Firm’, in Pressman, S. (ed.) Interactions in Political Economy: Malvern After Ten Years, London, Routledge, pp. 43–60.
    62. Earl, P.E. (1995) ‘Liquidity Preference, Marketability and Pricing’, in Dow, S.C. and Hillard, J. (eds) Keynes, Knowledge and Uncertainty, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 271–94.
    63. Earl, P.E. (1995) Microeconomics for Business and Marketing: Lectures, Cases and Worked Essays. Aldershot, Edward Elgar Ltd., pp. xiii + 432, reprinted November 1995; covers both mainstream and behavioural/evolutionary approaches).
    64. Earl, P.E. (1994) ‘Herbert Alexander Simon’, in Hodgson, G. et al., (eds) The Elgar Companion to Institutional and Evolutionary Economics, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Vol. 2, pp 284-7.
    65. P.E. (1994) ‘The Economic Rationale of Universities: A Reconsideration’ (my Inaugural Lecture) Prometheus, 12, No. 2, December, pp. 131–51.
    66. Lee., F.S. and Earl, P.E. (1993) The Economics of Competitive Enterprise: Selected Essays of P.W.S. Andrews, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. xi + 435. The book ends with a chapter by myself entitled ‘Whatever Happened to P.W.S. Andrews’s Industrial Economics?’, pp. 402-427.Earl, P.E. (1993) ‘The Economics of G.L.S. Shackle in Retrospect and Prospect’ (triple review article), Review of Political Economy, 5, March, pp. 245-261.
    67. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘On the Complementarity of Economic Applications of Cognitive Dissonance Theory and Personal Construct Psychology’, in Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. and Young, B. (eds) New Directions in Economic Psychology, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 49-65. download updated version
    68. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘Case Study and Instructors’ Notes: The Erebus Air Disaster’, pp. 190-202 of G Hearn et al. Organisational Behaviour: Australian Teaching Resources to accompany, R.P. Vecchio, G Hearn and G Southey Organisational Behaviour: Life at Work in Australia, Sydney, Harcourt Brace (instructors’ notes jointly written with Cathy Fisher).
    69. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘The Evolution of Cooperative Strategies: Three Automotive Industry Case Studies’, Human Systems Management, 11, No. 2, pp. 89-100.
    70. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘Scientific Research Programmes and the Prediction of Corporate Behaviour’, Cyprus Journal of Economics, 5, No. 2, December, pp. 75-95.
    71. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘Shearmur on Subjectivism’, in Boehm, S. and Caldwell, B. (eds) Austrian Economics: Tensions and New Developments, Boston, MA, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 129-135.
    72. Earl, P.E. (1992) ‘Tibor Scitovsky’, in Samuels, W.J. (ed) New Horizons in Economic Thought: An Appraisal of Ten Leading Economists, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp. 265-93. download updated version
    73. Earl, P.E. (1991) ‘Principal-Agent Problems and Structural Change in the Advertising Industry’, Prometheus, 9, December, pp. 274-95.
    74. Earl, P.E. (1991) ‘Normal Cost versus Marginalist Approaches to Pricing: A Behavioural Perspective’, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 13, Winter 1990-91, pp. 264-81.
    75. Earl, P.E. (1990) ‘Economics and Psychology: A Survey’, Economic Journal, 100, pp. 718-55.
    76. Earl, P.E. (1990) Monetary Scenarios: A Modern Approach to Financial Systems, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. xi + 371.
    77. Earl, P.E. (1990) ‘Coping with Uncertainty in Economics: Interview with G.L.S. Shackle’, Review of Political Economy, 2, March, pp. 104-113.
    78. Earl, P.E. (1989) ‘Bounded Rationality, Psychology and Financial Evolution: Some Behavioural Perspectives on Post Keynesian Monetary Analysis’, in J. Pheby (ed.) New Directions in Post Keynesian Economics, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., pp. 165-189.
    79. Earl, P.E. (ed.) (1988) Behavioural Economics, Aldershot, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. (a two volume set of 968 pages, in the Schools of Thought in Economics series edited by Professor Mark Blaug, each volume including a detailed introduction by myself and reprints of over twenty significant articles in this field), reprinted 1991.
    80. Earl, P.E. (1988) Psychological Economics: Development, Tensions, Prospects, Boston, MA, Kluwer Academic Publishers (Kluwer-Nijhoff series on Modern Economic Thought, series editor Warren Samuels, Professor of Economics, Michigan State University), pp. xi + 274. As well as my introduction it includes a chapter by me entitled ‘On Being a Psychological Economist and Winning the Games Economists Play’. Springer ebook version
    81. Earl, P.E. (1988) Review article of ‘Economic Psychology: Intersections in Theory and Applications. Edited by Alan J. MacFadyen and Heather W. MacFadyen’, Prometheus, 6, June, pp. 142–9.
    82. Brooks, M.A. and Earl, P.E. (1987) ‘On the Implications of Jointness in a Normative Model of Behavior Based on an Activity Hierarchy’, Journal of Consumer Research, 14, December, pp. 445-8.
    83. Earl, P.E. (1987) ‘Unexploited Scope for Quantitative Work in the History of Economic Thought’, HETSA Bulletin, No. 8, Summer, pp. 1-11. download
    84. Earl, P.E. (1987) Entries on P.W.S. Andrews, A.G. Hart and G.L.S. Shackle, in Eatwell, J., Milgate, M. and Newman, P. (eds) The New Palgrave: A Dictionary of Economics, London, Macmillan, pp. 94 (vol. 1), 604-5 (vol. 2), 315-6 (vol. 4).
    85. Lee, F.S., Irving-Lessman, J., Davies, J. and Earl, P.E. (1986) ‘P.W.S. Andrews’ Theory of Competitive Oligopoly: A New Interpretation’, British Review of Economic Issues, 8, Autumn, pp. 13-40.
    86. Earl, P.E. (1986) ‘A Behavioural Analysis of Demand Elasticities’, Journal of Economic Studies, 13(3), pp. 20-37.
    87. Earl, P.E. (1986) Lifestyle Economics: Consumer Behaviour in a Turbulent World, Brighton, Wheatsheaf Books/New York, St Martins Press, pp. xii + 314 (paperback edition, 1988).
    88. Earl, P.E. and Kay, N.M. (1985) ‘How Economists can Accept Shackle’s Critique of Economic Doctrines without Arguing Themselves out of their Jobs’, Journal of Economic Studies, 12(1/2), pp. 34-48 (reprinted in Mark Blaug’s 1992 Elgar volume of readings on Shackle and Joan Robinson).
    89. Dow, S.C. and Earl, P.E. (1984) ‘Methodology and Orthodox Monetary Policy’, Economie Appliquee, 37, pp. 143-63.
    90. Earl, P.E. and Dow, S.C. (1984) ‘Monetary Policy in a Speculative Environment’, in Hare, P.G. and Kirby, M.W. (eds) An Introduction to British Economic Policy, pp. 61-75, Brighton, Wheatsheaf Books. download (9.1MB)
    91. Earl, P.E. (1984) The Corporate Imagination: How Big Companies Make Mistakes, Brighton, Wheatsheaf Books/Armonk, NY, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., pp. xvii + 236. Download
    92. Earl, P.E. (1983) The Economic Imagination: Towards a Behavioural Analysis of Choice (with a foreword by G.L.S. Shackle), Brighton, Wheatsheaf Books/Armonk, NY, M.E. Sharpe, Inc., pp. xii + 206.
    93. Earl, P.E. (1983) ‘The Consumer in his/her Social Setting: A Subjectivist View’, in Wiseman, J. (ed.) Beyond Positive Economics? (based on papers presented to Section F of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, York, 1981), pp. 176-91, London, Macmillan.
    94. Earl, P.E. (1983) ‘A Behavioral Theory of Economists’ Behavior’, in Eichner, A.S. (ed.) Why Economics is not yet a Science, pp. 90-125, London, Macmillan/Armonk, NY, M.E. Sharpe, Inc. Download scanned version (22mb file) (Japanese edition, 1986, Tokyo, Nihon Keizei Hyronsha).
    95. Dow, S.C. and Earl, P.E. (1982) Money Matters: A Keynesian Approach to Monetary Economics, Oxford, Martin Robertson/New York, Barnes and Noble, pp. ix + 270.
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