Metodologia da economia

A metodologia da economia é o estudo dos métodos, geralmente científicos, relativos à economia, incluindo os princípios subjacentes ao raciocínio económico.[1][2][3][4] O termo 'metodologia' é também muitas vezes, apesar de incorretamente, usado como sinónimo para 'métodos', em vez de estudo dos métodos.

Questões metodológicas, como as semelhanças e diferenças com as ciências da natureza e com as outras ciências sociais, incluem:


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