Here I list sources which may pertain to this website's thesis.  I seek suggestions for other sources.  You may find notes on my notation at the end of this page.

Alchian, Armen, "Uncertainty, Evolution and Economic Theory", Journal of Political Economy, 58:211-21, 1950. (rc 1/11/2014)

Alchian, Armen, Harold Demsetz, "Production, Information Costs, and Economic Organization", The American Economic Review, 62:777-95, 1972. (rc 1/12/2014)

Aoki, Masahiko. et. al., editors, Complexity and institutions: markets, norms and corporations. International Economic Association, 2011 World Congress, Beijing, China.  Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.  (ec 11/18/2013)

Benson, Bruce L., "Knowledge, Trust, and Recourse: Imperfect Substitutes as Sources of Assurance in Emerging Economies", Economic Affairs, March 2001, 12-17. (rc 6/28/2013)

Boettke, Peter, Living Economics: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, Kindle edition, 2012. (rc 9/10/2013)

Demsetz, Harold, "Toward a Theory of Property Rights", The American Economic Review, Vol. 57, No. 2, May 1967, pp. 347-359.

Furubotn, Eirik G., Rudolf Richter, Institutions and Economic Theory: The Contribution of the New Institutional Economics, University of Michigan Press; 2nd Edition, 2005 (ISBN 0472030256, 4th floor HB99.5 .F8713) (tbr 7/15/2013)

Holcombe, Raldall G., Economic Models and Methodology, Greenwood Press, 1989.  (rc 7/22/2013)

Kasper, Wolfgang, Manfred Streit, and Peter Boettke.  Institutional Economics: Property, Competition, Policies, Edward Elgar, 2nd Revised edition, 2013, (rc 2/27/2014)

Kling, Arnold, Nick Schultz, From Poverty to Prosperity: Intangible assets, hidden liabilities and the lasting triumph over scarcity, Encounter Books, 2009. (rc 3/9/2014)

Lucas, Robert E., "The Industrial Revolution: Past and Future", 2003 Annual Report Essay, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis.  (rc 6/6/2013)

Lucas, Robert E., Lectures on Economic Growth, 2002, Harvard University Press. (ec 7/6/2013)

Maine, Henry Sumner, Ancient Law, 2002, Transaction Publishers. (ec 8/16/2013)

Mises, Ludwig von, The Theory of Money and Credit, Yale University Press, 1953, e-book edition from Ludwig von Mises Institute.  (tbr 7/20/2013)

North, Douglass, Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance, Cambridge U. Press, 1990. (rc 1/13/2014)

O'Driscoll, Gerald, Mario Rizzo, The Economics of Time and Ignorance, Routledge, 1996. (rc 9/25/2014)

Potts, Jason, The New Evolutionary Microeconomics: Complexity, Competence and Adaptive Behaviour, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000. (ec 6/14/2015)

Smith, Vernon, Rationality in Economics: Constructivist and Ecological Forms, Cambridge University Press, 2008. (rc 12/12/2014)

Solow, Robert M., "A Contribution to the Theory of Economic Growth", The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 70, No. 1, Feb., 1956, pp. 65-94 (rc 6/30/2013)

Taleb, Nassim, Antifragile: things that gain from disorder,  Random House Audio, 2012. (rc 8/19/2013)

Wallace, T. P., Wealth, Energy, And Human Values, AuthorHouse, Bloomington, 2009 (ec 9/20/2013).

Wikipedia, entry on New Institutional Economics (rc 6/15/2013)

Wikipedia, entry on Wealth (rc 6/24/2013)

Williamson, Claudia R., "Civilizing Society", The Journal of Private Enterprise 27(1), 2011.  (rc 3/27/2014)

Williamson, Oliver E., Markets and Hierarchies, analysis and antitrust implications: a study in the economics of internal organization, Free Press, 1975 (ec 5/1/2014)

Wissner-Gross, A.D., and C. E. Freer, "Causal entropic forces", Physical Review Letters 110, 168702, 2013,  (tbr 6/27/2013)

Notes on Notation

The list above contains a mix of sources.  The list includes some which I have already read or examined, and others which have come to my attention but which I have not yet read or examined.  I note these categories in parentheses at the end of the listings.

If I have completed reading of source, the note will say "rc" and the date.  If I have completed examination of a source (by examination I mean a more superficial perusal than reading) the note will say "ec" and the date.  If I have not yet read or even examined a source, the note will say "tbr" (to be read) or "tbe" and the date.

If, after examining a source, I decide that it bears no relation to the thesis, then I will probably remove it from this list rather than leave it in the list.

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