Michalek, Claudio De Vincenti, Julia Mortera, Alessia Naccarato, Giacomo Sbrana, and all the participants of the 2004 EAEPE
conference (University of Crete, 28-31 October 2004).
As a member of EAEPE
who was at this conference, I think that the conference was a great success, and the venue perfect, with a combination of relaxed excitation characteristic of Athens.
1993b), "The impact of the self-organisation approach on economic science: why economic theory and history need no longer be mutually exclusive domains", paper presented at the 1993 EAEPE
conference, September, Barcelona, Spain.
2005), Institutional Competition and Evolution of Perception of Norms, Paper presented at the EAEPE
conference in Bremen, Germany, November.
recently had a centenary celebration conference on the subject of Thorstein Veblen's (1857-1929) legacy in political economy (see Louca and Perlman 2000).