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he Transatlanic is a student publication being launched in 2010. The journal aims to provide critical insights and foster debate; it promotes an interdisciplinary approach and thus spans the gulf between Philosophy and Economics. As a project initiated by students in the US and the UK, The Transatlantic will be published in London and New York simultaneously and will be distributed at a variety of universities in both countries and beyond. The journal thus also intends to bridge the expanse between scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Topics will encompass a vast array of subjects, ranging from the ontology, epistemology and methodology of economics, the foundations of rational choice and game theory, to ethics and welfare economics, as well as the history of economic thought, amongst others. While it is designed as a preprofessional platform for both undergraduate and graduate students, each edition will also feature articles by expert academics of the field. The Transatlantic serves as a global forum for those with an interest in the field. We welcome contributions by scholars from around the world.

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here are various ways in which you can get involved with The Transatlantic. If you are particularly interested and proficient in the field, you can become a peer-reviewer and as such analyze and assess submitted articles. This task will sharpen your mind and strengthen your critical thinking. It will also amplify your understanding of the issues at stake. As a linguistically competent speaker of English, you may proofread for the Transatlantic - a job that will enhance your concision and articulateness. If you are technologically savvy a variety of fields is open to you ranging from web design to layout. And if you pursue a career in business, why not become active in managing, marketing and promoting The Transatlantic? Get in touch by e-mailing us at info@thetransatlantic.org.

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he contribution to a journal that will be distributed and read on an international level provides you with many valuable insights and benefits. The production is a highly challenging enterprise and whether you are interested in philosophy, economics, the social sciences, journalism, marketing, art or design – The Transatlantic has something to offer you. It may also serve you as a network for meeting scholars at different universities of the world to exchange ideas across the Atlantic.

he forthcoming issue will be on the wide topic Economics & Science. If you are interested in writing an article, please e-mail us by November 1, 2009 at submission@thetransatlantic.org. If your idea is suitable we will get back to you and ask you for the full paper by December 1, 2009. The article should be between 1000-1500 words. You may write on any topic related to the theme, yet you can also consider one of the following topics: ~ Models and Theories ~ Scientific status of Economics ~ Evidence-based versus aprioristic science? ~ Normative versus Positive Science ~ Social, moral or natural science? ~ Scientific realism ~ Axioms of Economics We hope to hear from you. The Transatlantic www.thetransatlantic.org

The Transatlantic is an open-source and not-for-profit journal.

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THE TRANS ATLANTIC

Journal of Economics and Philosophy WHAT IT IS

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he Transatlanic is a student publication being launched in 2010. The journal aims to provide critical insights and foster debate; it promotes an interdisciplinary approach and thus spans the gulf between Philosophy and Economics. As a project initiated by students in the US and the UK, The Transatlantic will be published in London and New York simultaneously and will be distributed at a variety of universities in both countries and beyond. The journal thus also intends to bridge the expanse between scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Topics will encompass a vast array of subjects, ranging from the ontology, epistemology and methodology of economics, the foundations of rational choice and game theory, to ethics and welfare economics, as well as the history of economic thought, amongst others. While it is designed as a preprofessional platform for both undergraduate and graduate students, each edition will also feature articles by expert academics of the field. The Transatlantic serves as a global forum for those with an interest in the field. We welcome contributions by scholars from around the world.

GET INVOLVED

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here are various ways in which you can get involved with The Transatlantic. If you are particularly interested and proficient in the field, you can become a peer-reviewer and as such analyze and assess submitted articles. This task will sharpen your mind and strengthen your critical thinking. It will also amplify your understanding of the issues at stake. As a linguistically competent speaker of English, you may proofread for the Transatlantic - a job that will enhance your concision and articulateness. If you are technologically savvy a variety of fields is open to you ranging from web design to layout. And if you pursue a career in business, why not become active in managing, marketing and promoting The Transatlantic? Get in touch by e-mailing us at info@thetransatlantic.org.

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he contribution to a journal that will be distributed and read on an international level provides you with many valuable insights and benefits. The production is a highly challenging enterprise and whether you are interested in philosophy, economics, the social sciences, journalism, marketing, art or design – The Transatlantic has something to offer you. It may also serve you as a network for meeting scholars at different universities of the world to exchange ideas across the Atlantic.

he forthcoming issue will be on the wide topic Economics & Science. If you are interested in writing an article, please e-mail us by November 1, 2009 at submission@thetransatlantic.org. If your idea is suitable we will get back to you and ask you for the full paper by December 1, 2009. The article should be between 1000-1500 words. You may write on any topic related to the theme, yet you can also consider one of the following topics: ~ Models and Theories ~ Scientific status of Economics ~ Evidence-based versus aprioristic science? ~ Normative versus Positive Science ~ Social, moral or natural science? ~ Scientific realism ~ Axioms of Economics We hope to hear from you. The Transatlantic www.thetransatlantic.org

The Transatlantic is an open-source and not-for-profit journal.

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Journal of Economics and Philosophy WHAT IT IS

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he Transatlanic is a student publication being launched in 2010. The journal aims to provide critical insights and foster debate; it promotes an interdisciplinary approach and thus spans the gulf between Philosophy and Economics. As a project initiated by students in the US and the UK, The Transatlantic will be published in London and New York simultaneously and will be distributed at a variety of universities in both countries and beyond. The journal thus also intends to bridge the expanse between scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Topics will encompass a vast array of subjects, ranging from the ontology, epistemology and methodology of economics, the foundations of rational choice and game theory, to ethics and welfare economics, as well as the history of economic thought, amongst others. While it is designed as a preprofessional platform for both undergraduate and graduate students, each edition will also feature articles by expert academics of the field. The Transatlantic serves as a global forum for those with an interest in the field. We welcome contributions by scholars from around the world.

GET INVOLVED

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here are various ways in which you can get involved with The Transatlantic. If you are particularly interested and proficient in the field, you can become a peer-reviewer and as such analyze and assess submitted articles. This task will sharpen your mind and strengthen your critical thinking. It will also amplify your understanding of the issues at stake. As a linguistically competent speaker of English, you may proofread for the Transatlantic - a job that will enhance your concision and articulateness. If you are technologically savvy a variety of fields is open to you ranging from web design to layout. And if you pursue a career in business, why not become active in managing, marketing and promoting The Transatlantic? Get in touch by e-mailing us at info@thetransatlantic.org.

CALL FOR ARTICLES

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he contribution to a journal that will be distributed and read on an international level provides you with many valuable insights and benefits. The production is a highly challenging enterprise and whether you are interested in philosophy, economics, the social sciences, journalism, marketing, art or design – The Transatlantic has something to offer you. It may also serve you as a network for meeting scholars at different universities of the world to exchange ideas across the Atlantic.

he forthcoming issue will be on the wide topic Economics & Science. If you are interested in writing an article, please e-mail us by November 1, 2009 at submission@thetransatlantic.org. If your idea is suitable we will get back to you and ask you for the full paper by December 1, 2009. The article should be between 1000-1500 words. You may write on any topic related to the theme, yet you can also consider one of the following topics: ~ Models and Theories ~ Scientific status of Economics ~ Evidence-based versus aprioristic science? ~ Normative versus Positive Science ~ Social, moral or natural science? ~ Scientific realism ~ Axioms of Economics We hope to hear from you. The Transatlantic www.thetransatlantic.org

The Transatlantic is an open-source and not-for-profit journal.

THE TRANS ATLANTIC


THE TRANS ATLANTIC

Journal of Economics and Philosophy WHAT IT IS

T

he Transatlanic is a student publication being launched in 2010. The journal aims to provide critical insights and foster debate; it promotes an interdisciplinary approach and thus spans the gulf between Philosophy and Economics. As a project initiated by students in the US and the UK, The Transatlantic will be published in London and New York simultaneously and will be distributed at a variety of universities in both countries and beyond. The journal thus also intends to bridge the expanse between scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Topics will encompass a vast array of subjects, ranging from the ontology, epistemology and methodology of economics, the foundations of rational choice and game theory, to ethics and welfare economics, as well as the history of economic thought, amongst others. While it is designed as a preprofessional platform for both undergraduate and graduate students, each edition will also feature articles by expert academics of the field. The Transatlantic serves as a global forum for those with an interest in the field. We welcome contributions by scholars from around the world.

GET INVOLVED

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here are various ways in which you can get involved with The Transatlantic. If you are particularly interested and proficient in the field, you can become a peer-reviewer and as such analyze and assess submitted articles. This task will sharpen your mind and strengthen your critical thinking. It will also amplify your understanding of the issues at stake. As a linguistically competent speaker of English, you may proofread for the Transatlantic - a job that will enhance your concision and articulateness. If you are technologically savvy a variety of fields is open to you ranging from web design to layout. And if you pursue a career in business, why not become active in managing, marketing and promoting The Transatlantic? Get in touch by e-mailing us at info@thetransatlantic.org.

CALL FOR ARTICLES

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he contribution to a journal that will be distributed and read on an international level provides you with many valuable insights and benefits. The production is a highly challenging enterprise and whether you are interested in philosophy, economics, the social sciences, journalism, marketing, art or design – The Transatlantic has something to offer you. It may also serve you as a network for meeting scholars at different universities of the world to exchange ideas across the Atlantic.

he forthcoming issue will be on the wide topic Economics & Science. If you are interested in writing an article, please e-mail us by November 1, 2009 at submission@thetransatlantic.org. If your idea is suitable we will get back to you and ask you for the full paper by December 1, 2009. The article should be between 1000-1500 words. You may write on any topic related to the theme, yet you can also consider one of the following topics: ~ Models and Theories ~ Scientific status of Economics ~ Evidence-based versus aprioristic science? ~ Normative versus Positive Science ~ Social, moral or natural science? ~ Scientific realism ~ Axioms of Economics We hope to hear from you. The Transatlantic www.thetransatlantic.org

The Transatlantic is an open-source and not-for-profit journal.

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Journal of Economics and Philosophy

WHAT IT IS

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he Transatlanic is a student publication being launched in 2010. The journal aims to provide critical insights and foster debate; it promotes an interdisciplinary approach and thus spans the gulf between Philosophy and Economics. As a project initiated by students in the US and the UK, The Transatlantic will be published in London and New York simultaneously and will be distributed at a variety of universities in both countries and beyond. The journal thus also intends to bridge the expanse between scholars on both sides of the Atlantic. Topics will encompass a vast array of subjects, ranging from the ontology, epistemology and methodology of economics, the foundations of rational choice and game theory, to ethics and welfare economics, as well as the history of economic thought, amongst others. While it is designed as a preprofessional platform for both undergraduate and graduate students, each edition will also feature articles by expert academics of the field. The Transatlantic serves as a global forum for those with an interest in the field. We welcome contributions by scholars from around the world.

GET INVOLVED

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here are various ways in which you can get involved with The Transatlantic. If you are particularly interested and proficient in the field, you can become a peer-reviewer and as such analyze and assess submitted articles. This task will sharpen your mind and strengthen your critical thinking. It will also amplify your understanding of the issues at stake. As a linguistically competent speaker of English, you may proofread for the Transatlantic - a job that will enhance your concision and articulateness. If you are technologically savvy a variety of fields is open to you ranging from web design to layout. And if you pursue a career in business, why not become active in managing, marketing and promoting The Transatlantic? Get in touch by e-mailing us at info@thetransatlantic.org.

CALL FOR ARTICLES

T WHY YOU NEED IT

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he contribution to a journal that will be distributed and read on an international level provides you with many valuable insights and benefits. The production is a highly challenging enterprise and whether you are interested in philosophy, economics, the social sciences, journalism, marketing, art or design – The Transatlantic has something to offer you. It may also serve you as a network for meeting scholars at different universities of the world to exchange ideas across the Atlantic.

he forthcoming issue will be on the wide topic Economics & Science. If you are interested in writing an article, please e-mail us by November 1, 2009 at submission@thetransatlantic.org. If your idea is suitable we will get back to you and ask you for the full paper by December 1, 2009. The article should be between 1000-1500 words. You may write on any topic related to the theme, yet you can also consider one of the following topics: ~ Models and Theories ~ Scientific status of Economics ~ Evidence-based versus aprioristic science? ~ Normative versus Positive Science ~ Social, moral or natural science? ~ Scientific realism ~ Axioms of Economics We hope to hear from you. The Transatlantic www.thetransatlantic.org

The Transatlantic is an open-source and not-for-profit journal.

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