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Rudi Verburg studied economics at the Erasmus University Rotterdam and received his PhD (on economics, sociology and the Scottish Enlightenment) from the same institution. He worked as a researcher at various Dutch universities and was assistant professor in the history and philosophy of economic thought at the Erasmus University before joining VU Amsterdam as postdoctoral researcher. He has published books and articles on topics ranging from environmental ethics, values and institutions, social cohesion, solidarity and care, and the history of economic thought. Early 2018 Routledge published his book Greed in the History of Political Economy; The Role of Self-Interest in Shaping Modern Economics.

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Greed in the History of Political Economy; The Role of Self-Interest in Shaping Modern Economics

Verburg, Rudi

Greed in the History of Political Economy; The Role of Self-Interest in Shaping Modern Economics Book

2018, ISBN: 9781138285378.

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