Rrofessor of Economics, University of Alberta; PhD in economics, Northwestern University, 1985; authored nine books and over twenty articles in economic history, methodology, and the theory and practice of interdisciplinarity.

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Publications:
An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Economic Growth

A 12-step process for interdisciplinary analysis is applied to the study of economic growth; the focus is on achieving common ground when theories conflict.

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How (and How Not) to Distinguish the Humanities from Social Science

The Humanities should be identified in terms of subject matter, and flexible with respect to theoretical and methodological preferences. Clarity and careful argumentation are both possible and desirable.

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