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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: László Csaba, Bruno S. Sergi, and Kristine Fridberga

Economics of Interdependence: Economic Policy in the Atlantic Community. Gilpin, R. (1987): The Political Economy of International Relations. Princeton: Princeton University Press

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Levels of Selection in Evolution Laurent Keller (ed.), 1999, Princeton University Press (ISBN 0 691 00703 9, xii + 318 pp.)

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Review of Sociology
Authors: Kálmán Ercsei, Katalin Gál, Boglárka Simon, Milán Szathmári, and Bernadett Szél

Smelser, N.J. and Swedberg, R. eds.: The Handbook of Economic Sociology. Princeton-Oxford/New-York: Princeton University Press/Russel Sage Foundation, 2005.

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Smelser, N.J. and Swedberg, R. eds.: The Handbook of Economic Sociology. Princeton-Oxford/New-York: Princeton University Press/Russel Sage Foundation, 2005.

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Katalin Szabó and Jan Kettnaker

Book Reviews: (1) János Kornai: A gondolat erejével: Rendhagyó önéletrajz(By Force of Thought: Irregular Memoirs). Budapest: Osiris, 2005, 426 pp. (Reviewed by Katalin Szabó); (2) William J. Baumol: The Free Market Innovation Machine - Analyzing the Growth Miracle of Capitalism. Princeton University Press, 2002, 318 pp. (Reviewed by Jan Kettnaker)

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Acta Oeconomica
Authors: Judit Kapás, László Csaba, and Sándor Mészáros

(1)Douglass C. North: Understanding the Process of Economic Change (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2005, 187 pp. - Reviewed by Judit Kapás), (2) Vladimir Mau: From Crisis to Growth (London: Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies, New series, No. 21, 2005, 305 pp. - Reviewed by László Csaba), (3) Imre Ferto: Agri-food Trade between Hungary and the EU (Budapest: Századvég, 2004, 257 pp. - Reviewed by Sándor Mészáros)

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According to contemporary Millianism the semantic content of an ordinary proper name is simply its referent. In his recent book Beyond rigidity Scott Soames elaborated a new version of millianism. He claimed that some linguistically complex names such as Professor Saul Kripke or Princeton University have partially descriptive semantic content. In addition to their unique referents, these names are always associated with a special kind of description. I argue in this paper that Soames's theory of partially descriptive names fails, because descriptive contents can be found only in the background knowledge of competent speakers.

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Community Ecology
Authors: F. Jordán, T. Kalapos, and P. Csontos

R.W. Sterner and J.J. Elser. 2002. Ecological Stoichiometry - the biology of elements from molecules to biosphere. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, 439 pp. (with 117 figures and tables). ISBN: 0-691-07491-9, paperback, price: USD 29.95, GBP 19.95. M. Black and H.W. Pritchard (eds.) 2002. Dessication and survival in plants. Drying without dying. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, x+412 pp. ISBN: 0-85199-534-9, hardback, price: GBP 75.00. B.D. Booth, S.D. Murphy, C.J. Swanton. 2003. Weed ecology in natural and agricultural systems. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, viii+303 pp. ISBN 0-85199-528-4, paperback, price: GBP 35.00, USD 60.00.

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-P. , Mayer T. , Thisse J-F. (eds) ( 2008 ), Economic Geography . Princeton–Oxford : Princeton University Press .

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