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Evolutionary Economics is part Economic Theory. Most of the evolutionary thought in economics entered recently mainstream economics by research on Evolutionary Game Theory(Refer category Evolutionary Game Theory). Economic evolution is the self-transformation of economic systems under concern. It includes the emergence and diffusion of novelties, irreversible processes etc.

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Association For Evolutionary Economics
The Association for Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) is an international organization of economists and other social scientists devoted to analysis of economics as evolving, socially constructed and politically governed systems.
The European Association for Evolutionary Political Economy
Conferences, workshops and publications.
Evolutionary Economics
Economic growth, wealth creation, technological innovation, scientific and Industrial Revolution, democracy, capitalism, market reforms.
Evolutionary Economics
Page with notes by Santa Fee Institute.
IIASA - Science for Global Insight
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is a non-governmental research organization located in Austria which does research on economic dynamics (among others).
Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics
Currently has more than 500 members with heterogeneous background, economics, business science, law, sociology, history, physics, biology, engineering and mathematics.
Max Planck Institute of Economics
Located in Jena, Germany. Research on Evolutionary Economics, Strategic Interaction, and Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy.
Nep-Evo Discussion List
A weekly report on new working papers in the area of Evolutionary Economics. Includes archives
ZiF: The Sciences of Complexity
Symposia and research at the Universitat Bielefeld.
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