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Research Interests


Social ontology, philosophy of science, political economy and history of thought

Selected Publications


Published Papers

Lawson, T. Comparing Conceptions of Social Ontology, (2016) Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour
Lawson, T. Ontology and social relations: reply to Doug Porpora and to Colin Wight, (2016) Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour
Lawson, T. The Nature of the Firm, and Peculiarities of the Corporation, (2015) Cambridge Journal of Economics
Lawson, T. What is this 'School' called Neoclassical economics?, (2013) Cambridge Journal of Economics
Lawson, T. Ontology and the Study of Social Reality: Emergence, Organisation, Community, Power, Social Relations, Corporations, Artefacts and Money, (2012) Cambridge Journal of Economics

Authored Book

Lawson, T. The nature and state of modern economics, (2015) Economics as social theory - Routledge
Lawson, T. Reorienting Economics, (2003) - Routledge
Lawson, T. Economics and Reality, (1997) - Routledge

Chapter in Book

Lawson, T. Eudaimonic Bubbles, Social Change and the NHS, (2017) in the book: Morphogenesis and Eudaimonia - Springer
Lawson, T. What is this 'school' called neoclassical economics?, (2016) in the book: What is neoclassical economics? Debating the origins, meaning and significance - Routledge
Lawson, T. Ideology and economics, (2016) in the book: Crisis system: a critical realist and environmental critique of economics and the economy - Routledge
Lawson, T. A Conception of Social Ontology, (2015) in the book: Social ontology and modern economics - Routledge
Lawson, T. Critical Ethical Naturalism: an Orientation to Ethics, (2015) in the book: Social ontology and modern economics - Routledge

Research Projects and Seminars


Cambridge Social Ontology Group
Cambridge Realist Workshop

Recent Activities


Conference Marking 25 Years of the Cambridge Realist Workshop
A Reunion Conference was held in Newnham College Cambridge, September 7-9 2015. It was held to mark the the fact that the Cambridge Realist workshop has been running for 25 Years. - Published on: Wednesday 1st July 2015

Research Grants


Isrf Professorial Research Fellowship (ISRF)

Teaching


PIIA Paper 8 - Lent - Issues in Social Ontology

Professor Tony Lawson












Professor of Economics and Philosophy

Research Group:
Alternative approaches to economics, history of economic thought, and methodology


Contact Details
Email: Tony.Lawson@econ.cam.ac.uk
Room: 24
Office Hours: Email for appointment or anytime he is in the office


Links


    Tony Lawson
    (University of Cambridge)
    'What is wrong with modern economics, and why does it stay wrong?'
    Monday 16th October 2017 8:00pm
    Latimer Room, Old Court, Clare College