Geoffrey Hodgson is Professor in Management for the Institute for International Management at Loughborough University London. Geoffrey is a specialist in institutional and evolutionary economics, with a background in economics, philosophy, and mathematics. His research has applications to the understanding of organizations, organizational change, innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic development.
Hodgson is also the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Institutional Economics (ABS rank 3). He has published 18 academic books and over 150 academic articles, which he is the winner of the Schumpeter Prize 2014 for his book on Conceptualizing Capitalism.
Socialism, Capitalism, and the Third Way of National Governance: A Conversation with Geoffrey Hodgson
The failure of laissez-faire and centralized planning, revealing the need for the Third Way of entrepreneurship and all other forms of positive social change, should exist at all scales of…Read More
Some Pessimistic Advice to an Aspiring Economist
The core assumption in modern economics is highly flawed but it can be hard to find anyone in economics departments willing to acknowledge it.Read More