Book reviews

  1. Karl Mittermaier, The Hand Behind the Invisible Hand: Dogmatic and Pragmatic Views on Free Markets and the State of Economic Theory, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, forthcoming.
  2. George L. Priest, The Rise of Law and Economics. An Intellectual History, History of Political Economy, forthcoming.
  3. David M. Levy and Sandra J. Peart, Towards an Economics of Natural Equals. A Documentary History of the Early Virginia School, European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, forthcoming.
  4. Francesca Gagliardi and David Gindis (Eds.), Institutions and Evolution of Capitalism: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey M. HodgsonReview of Austrian Economics, 2020.
  5. Manuela Mosca, Monopoly Power and Competition: The Italian Marginalist Perspective,, 2019.
  6. Henry N. Butler and Jonathan Klick (eds), History of Law and Economics, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2019, 41 (4), 652-655.
  7. Claude Menard et Elodie Bertrand, The Elgar Companion to Ronald Coase, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2017, 39 (4), 618-620.
  8. David McFarland, The Biological Bases of Economic Behavior. A Concise Introduction, Journal of Bioeconnomics, 2017, 19, 257–260.
  9. David Reisman, James Buchanan,, 2016, October.
  10. Edward P. Stringham, Private Governance: Creating Order in Economic and Social Life, Cato Journal, 2016, 36 (2), 444-448.
  11. Maria Cristina Marcuzzo, Fighting Market Failure. Collected essays in the Cambridge tradition of economics, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2016, 38 (2), 244-246.
  12. Marc D. White, The Virtues of Captain America: Modern-Day Lessons on Character from a World War II Superhero, Journal of Cultural Economics, 2015, 48(4), 810-811.
  13. Brett M. Frischmann, Infrastructure: the social value of shared resources, Public Choice, 2014, 160 (3-4), 559-562.
  14. John Meadowcroft, James M. Buchanan, Review of Austrian Economics, 2012, 25 (3), pp 279-281.
  15. Alexander Field, Altruistically Inclined? The Behavioural Sciences, Evolutionary Theory and the Origins of Reciprocity, Review of Political Economy, 2009, 21 (3), 517-520.
  16. Charles Rowley et Francesco Parisi (eds), The Origins of Law and Economics. Essays by the Founding Fathers, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2008, 30 (2), 265-270.
  17. James R. Hackney Jr, Under Cover of Science. American legal-economic theory and the quest for objectivity, Constitutional Political Economy, 2008, juin, 19 (2), 165-168.
  18. Ingo Barens, Volker Caspari and Bertram Schefold (eds), Political Events And Economic Ideas, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 2007, 29 (4), pp 497-502.
  19. Ulrich Witt, The Evolving Economy. Essays on the Evolutionary Approach to Economics, Journal of Economic Methodology, 2005, 12 (1), 149-155.
  20. Peter Koslowski (ed.), Sociobiology and Bioeconomics: The Theory of Evolution in Biological and Economic Theory, Journal of Bioeconomics, 2004, 6(3), 317-327.
  21. Michel de Vroey, Involuntary unemployment. The elusive quest for a theory, Revue de Philosophie Économique, 2004, 5(2), 151-153.
  22. Richard A. Posner, The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory (with S. Harnay), Revue Internationale de Droit Economique, 2001, XV (1), 101-109.
  23. Jon Elster, The Alchemies of the Mind. Rationality and the Emotions, Revue de Philosophie Économique, 2000, 2 (2), 167-177.
  24. Thierry Kirat, Economie du droit (with J.-M. Josselin), Revue Internationale de Droit Economique, 1999, XIII (2), 295-302, 1999.