Richard Bradley, London School of Economics, UK
Martin van Hees, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Francois Maniquet, CORE (Universite Catholique de Louvain), Belgium
John A. Weymark, Vanderbilt University, USA
The disciplines of economics and philosophy each possess their own special analytical methods, the combination of which is powerful and fruitful. Economics and Philosophy seeks to promote the mutual enrichment of the two disciplines by publishing high-quality original research in all contemporary areas linking them. Topics include, but are not limited to, the foundations of rational or behavioral decision theory and game theory, the nature of rationality in general, ethical and other analytic-philosophical issues in economics, the use of economic techniques in ethical theory, and experimental research on economics and philosophy. Economics and Philosophy does not publish historical or text-interpretive work, unless it makes a contribution to current debates about economics and philosophy.