Economics evolving: An introduction to the volume (R. Koppl). Economics and evolutionary psychology (D. Friedman). The emergence of moguls and dominance hierarchies in modern humans (D. Cassill, A. Watkins). Austrian economics, evolutionary psychology and individual actions (G. Hodgson). Hayek and modern evolutionary theory (P. Rubin, E. Gick). Hayek's theory of the mind (B. Loasby). Is homo economicus extinct? Vernon Smith, Daniel Dahneman and the evolutionary perspective (C.A. Aktipis, R. Kurzban). Austrian economics, evolutionary psychology and methodological dualism: Subjectivism reconsidered (V. Vanberg). The new fable of the bees: multilevel selection, adaptive societies, and the concept of self interest (D.S. Wilson). Symposium on group selection; Group selection and methodological individualism: Compatible and complementary (D.G. Whitman). On group selection and methodological individualism - a reply to Douglas Glen Whitman (E. Sober, D.S. Wilson). Comment on 'group selection and methodological individualism: Compatible and complementary' (R. Langlois). Reconciling group selection and methodological individualism (T. Zywicki). Levels of selection and methodological individualism (A. Gifford). Response to comments. (D.G. Whitman).
Eleven papers expose opportunities and challenges for Austrian economists with regard to developments in the field of evolutionary psychology. Journal of Economic Literature, 2005.