Kritik der kausalwissenschaftlichen Sozialforschung: Untersuchungen zur Grundlegung von Soziologie und Ökonomie

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Anmerkungen zu Kapitell 1 Vgl. hierzu z.B. Ezekiel/Fox, Methods of Correlation and Regression Analysis, New York 1966; Rao/Miller, Applied Econometrics, Belmont 1971; PindyckiRubinfeld, Econometric Models and Economic Forecasts, New York 1976. 2 Vgl. hierzu z.B.L. Robbins, Tbe Nature and Significance of Economic Science, London 1935; L. v. Mises, Human Action. A Treatise on Economics, Chicago 1966. - Die Kritik der logischen (Gegensatz: mathematischen) ökonomen verdient darum besonders hervorgeho ben zu werden, weil sie deudich macht, daß es keineswegs - wie von ökonometrikem regel mäßig behauptet - um die Alternative, mathematische vs.literarische ökonomie' geht. 3 Vgl. H. Blalock, Causal Inferences in non-experimental research, Chapel Hili 1964; ders., Tbeory Construction, Englewood Cliffs 1969; ders. (ed.), Causal Models in the Social Sciences, Chicago 1971; Namboodiri/Carter/B1alock, Applied Multivariate Analysis and Experimental Design, New York 1975; 0.0. Duncan, Path-analysis: sociological examples, in: Blalock (ed.) 1971; ders., Introduction to Structural Equation Models, New York 1975; Goldberger/Duncan, (eds.) Structural Equation Models in the Social Sciences, New York 1973; außerdem vgl. D. Heise, Causal Analysis, New York 1975.
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Springer-Verlag
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Sep 3, 2013
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108
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