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A forum on minds and institutions

  • TEPPO FELIN (a1)
Abstract

The purpose of this special topic forum is to call for research on the topic of minds and institutions. I briefly discuss three specific research opportunities: (1) bounded rationality versus mind, (2) many minds and the interfaces of institutions, (3) the affordances of institutions and arbitrage. I then briefly introduce the two special topic forum papers and highlight how they link to the topic of minds and institutions.

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*Email: teppo.felin@sbs.ox.ac.uk
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