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Falsificationist scientific method in economics

Acta Horticulturae (77): 367-375
Falsificationist scientific method in economics
Economic research, theoretical and practical, can be made much more productive by the use of Popper's falsificationist scientific method, which applies much more directly to economics than is generally supposed.

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