His main research concerns Epistemology, Social science, Commercialization, Political economy and Intellectual property. His work on Value theory as part of general Epistemology study is frequently linked to Causality and Motion, bridging the gap between disciplines. Economics of science, Law and economics and Field is closely connected to Applied economics in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Social science.
The concepts of his Political economy study are interwoven with issues in Government and Economic interventionism. His Intellectual property research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Higher education and Public administration. In his research on the topic of Bayh–Dole Act, Development economics, Liberalism, Making-of and Tribe is strongly related with Neoliberalism.
Philip Mirowski mainly investigates Positive economics, Neoclassical economics, Political economy, Epistemology and Social science. His Positive economics study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as History of economic thought. His studies deal with areas such as Neoliberalism, Politics, Government and Intellectual property as well as Political economy.
His study ties his expertise on Economic history together with the subject of Neoliberalism. His research in the fields of Philosophy of science and Science studies overlaps with other disciplines such as Energy. His research on Social science often connects related areas such as Applied economics.
His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Neoliberalism, Positive economics, Neoliberalism and Intellectual property. In his study, Chemistry, Public good and Information sharing is strongly linked to Government, which falls under the umbrella field of Political economy. As a part of the same scientific study, Philip Mirowski usually deals with the Neoliberalism, concentrating on Economic history and frequently concerns with Monopoly and Chicago school of economics.
Philip Mirowski performs multidisciplinary study in Positive economics and Narrative in his work. The various areas that Philip Mirowski examines in his Neoliberalism study include Liberalism and Market economy. His Intellectual property study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Law and economics, Higher education, Public administration, World War II and Commercialization.
Philip Mirowski spends much of his time researching Political economy, Neoliberalism, Commercialization, Law and Neoliberalism. His work in Political economy addresses subjects such as Government, which are connected to disciplines such as Theory of everything and Political class. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Liberalism, Higher education, Economic history and Adjudication.
Philip Mirowski has included themes like Bayh–Dole Act, Scientific management, Engineering ethics and Library science in his Commercialization study. His research in Neoliberalism intersects with topics in Chicago school of economics and Economic system. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Chicago school of economics, Order is strongly linked to Tribe.
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The Road from Mont Pèlerin: The Making of the Neoliberal Thought Collective, With a New Preface
Philip Mirowski;Dieter Plehwe.
Machine Dreams Economics Becomes a Cyborg Science
More heat than light : economics as social physics, physics as nature's economics
Physics Today (1989)
The road from Mont Pèlerin : the making of the neoliberal thought collective
Philip Mirowski;Dieter Plehwe.
Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste: How Neoliberalism Survived the Financial Meltdown
More Heat than Light
Postface: Defining Neoliberalism
Against Mechanism: Protecting Economics from Science
Physics and the ‘marginalist revolution’
Cambridge Journal of Economics (1984)
4. The Rise of the Chicago School of Economics and the Birth of Neoliberalism
Rob Van Horn;Philip Mirowski.
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