dr.ir. Marcel Boumans
m.j.boumans@uu.nl
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Departement Economie - U.S.E.
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Profiel

"The final paradox of the search for purity is that it is an attempt to force experience into logical categories of non-contradiction. But experience is not amenable and those who make the attempt find themselves led into contradiction." - Mary Douglas, Purity and Danger

Marcel Boumans is historian and philosopher of science at Utrecht University. His main research focus is on understanding empirical research practices in economics from a philosophy of science-in-practice perspective. He is particularly interested in the practices of measurement and modeling and the role of mathematics in social science. Because models are not complete as sources of knowledge for sciences outside the laboratory, additional expert judgements are needed. His most recent research focuses on exploring how expert judgments are made and how they should be validated.

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Degrees

MSc Mathematics (1988), Delft University of Technology

PhD Economics (1992), University of Amsterdam

 

Teaching qualifications

First degree teaching qualification in mathematics (1988)

Basiskwalificatie Onderwijs (BKO) (2014) (Dutch qualification for science education)

Senior Kwalificatie Onderwijs (SKO) (2016) (Dutch advanced qualification for science education)

 

Research Fellowships

Senior Research Fellow, Center for the History of Political Economy at Duke University, Durham, NC (September–December 2012)

Tinbergen Institute fellow (2002-2015)

NAKE fellow (Netherlands Network of Economics) (2002-2010)

Visiting Scholar, project The Nature of Evidence: How Well Do 'Facts' Travel?, LSE Department of Economic History (2006-2008)

Fellow-in-Residence, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS) (2001-2002)

Research associate, LSE Centre for Philosophy of the Natural and Social Science (since 1995)

 

Employment History

Associate professor History and Methodology of Economics, Utrecht University School of Economics, Utrecht University (since 2015)

Visiting professor, Maison des Sciences Économiques, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (February 2016)

Visiting professor, Department of Philosophy, Bayreuth University (October 2013)

Visiting associate professor, Department of Economics, Duke University (September-December 2012)

Associate professor History and Methodology of Economics, Faculty of Philosophy, Erasmus University Rotterdam (2012-2015)

Associate professor History and Methodology of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Amsterdam (2003-2015)

Assistant professor History and Methodology of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Amsterdam (1992-2002)

Consultant economics library, University of Amsterdam (1994-1998)

Extraordinary employee Centrum voor Bedrijfsontwikkeling, Rotterdam (1991)

Researcher History and Methodology of Economics, Tinbergen Institute and Department of Economics, University of Amsterdam (1988-1992)

Teacher mathematics, Polytechnische Faculteit, Hogeschool Rotterdam (1988)

Teacher  mathematics, Erasmiaans Gymnasium Rotterdam (1988)

Student-assistant Methodology, Department of Mathematics, Delft University of Technology (1987)

 

Professional and Academic Activities

A. Invited lectures and conference presentations (last five years)

Measurands outside the laboratory. Physical quantities and measurands: Epistemological issues. Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France. June 12, 2017.

Identification is measurement. Migrating identities: Measurement. Utrecht University School of Economics., NL. June 6, 2017.

Models, measurement and “normal planning” industrialization: Jan Tinbergen and development planning without theory. The Political Economy of Development Economics: A Historical Perspective. Center for the History of Political Economy. Duke University, Durham, US. April 29, 2017.

Development planning without theory. History of Macro-econometric Modeling. Utrecht University, NL. April 6, 2017.

Visualising Ignorance. The Politics of Algorithmic Modelling. Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. March 30, 2017.

Visualising Ignorance. EIPE 20th Anniversary Conference. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. March 23, 2017.

Models in Economics. DFG-Netzwerktreffen Soziologie ökonomischen Denkens: Cultures of Modeling. Institut für Soziologie. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany. February 9-10, 2017.

Science Outside the Laboratory. Department of Sociology & Philosophy seminar. University of Exeter, UK. December 5, 2016.

Visualising Ignorance. Conference on Reasoning and Representation with Diagrams. History and Philosophy of Science and Technology in East and West. National Tsing Hua University. Hsinchu, Taiwan. November 24-25, 2016.

Warren Persons and the Practice of the Graphical Method. Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society. Duke University. Durham, US. June 17-20, 2016.

Science Outside the Laboratory. Faculdade de Economia, Administração e Contabilidade da Universidade de São Paulo (FEA USP). Brazil. March 16, 2016.

The Methodological Debates of the 1950s. 10th Annual Conference on the History of Recent Economics (HISRECO). University of São Paulo. Brazil. March 14-15, 2016.

How to manage big data in macro: the case of Persons (1920s) and the Bank of England (1990s). Seminar “Histoire de la macroéconomie et des theories monétaires” (H2M). Paris 1 University Pantheon-Sorbonne. Paris, France. February 26, 2016.

Science Outside the Laboratory. Cercle d‘Epistemologie de l’Economie, Centre d’économie de la Sorbonne. Paris, France. February 11, 2016.

Science Outside the Laboratory. Stevin Seminar Research outside the laboratory, in the field. Stevin Centre, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. January 27, 2016.

A History of the Short Life of Macroeconomics. Seminar ‘Progrès des techniques et évolution de la macroéconomie’ of the project “Scientific Revolutions in the History of Macroeconomics from Past to Present.” Lille, France. January 12, 2016.

Uncertainty Management of Economic Modeling. INEM session, Allied Social Sciences Associations meetings. San Francisco. January 3-5, 2016.

Philosophy of Clutter. Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice 5th bi-annual conference, Aarhus University. June 24-26, 2015.

Science Outside the Laboratory. APES Philosophy of Science seminar. University of Amsterdam. May 21, 2015.

Graph-Based Inductive Reasoning. TRiP 2015: Pictures and Proofs. University of South Carolina. March 19-21, 2015.

Big Social Data. SEO Economic Research. University of Amsterdam. February 16, 2015.

The Epistemological Difference between Science In- and Outside the Laboratory. Seminar Writing the History of Experimental Economics. University of Utrecht. January 30, 2015.

Data-Intensive Economics. ERC Exploratory Workshop ‘What is Data-Intensive Science?.’ University of Exeter. December 17-19, 2014.

Philosophy of Science-Outside-the-Laboratory. Approaches in the Philosophy of Science in Practice. Philosophy of Science Association Meeting, PSA 2014. Chicago. November 6-9, 2014.

Measurement in Field Science and Economics: Science Outside the Laboratory. NiCE seminar. Radboud University Nijmegen. October 6, 2014.

Friedman and the Cowles Commission. Special Econometric Society History Initiative Session. Joint Congress of the European Economic Association and the Econometric Society, EEA-ESEM. Toulouse School of Economics, France. August 25-29, 2014.

Friedman and the Cowles Commission. Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society. UQAM, Montreal, Canada. June 20-22, 2014.

Economics, History and the Blogosphere: a roundtable on the history of recent macroeconomics. Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society. UQAM, Montreal, Canada. June 20-22, 2014.

Measurement Outside the Laboratory. Spring Workshop of the Dutch Society for the Philosophy of Science in collaboration with the Institute for the History and Foundations of Science ‘Observation and Measurement’. University of Utrecht. April 24, 2014.

Friedman and the Cowles Commission. Utrecht-Nijmegen Annual Research Day in History and Methodology of Economics. University of Utrecht. January 30, 2014.

Affordance Affords Measurement. Conference on ‘What Affordance Affords’. Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany. November 25-27, 2013.

Measurement: Objective Procedures and Subjective Judgments. Conference on ‘The Theory and Practice of Measurement: Perspectives from Economic History and the History and Philosophy of Economics’. London School of Economics, UK. September 4-5, 2013.

History of Macroeconomics. Conference of the History of Economics Society. The University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada. June 20-22, 2013.

Rational consensus of expert judgments in economics. LogiCIC/LIRa Seminar. Amsterdam Dynamics Group. University of Amsterdam. April 2, 2013.

Model-based Expert Consensus in Economic Forecasting. Conference on the History of Business and Economic Forecasting. Centre for Economic History, University of Reading and Royal Statistical Society. Reading, UK. March 22, 2013

Clinical Measurement. International Conference ‘Dimensions of Measurement’. Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Forschung Bielefeld, Germany. March 16, 2013.

Mathematics as Quasi-matter to Build Models. University of East Anglia and Mind Association Conference ‘The conceptual structure of mathematical economics.’ University of East Anglia. Norwich, UK. February 15, 2013.

Model-Based Uncertainty Evaluation. Lecture jointly sponsored by the Center for the History of Political Economy and the Department of Philosophy. Duke University. Durham, USA. November 16, 2012.

Haavelmo’s Methodology of Empirical Science Outside the Laboratory. Lunch seminar Center for the History of Political Economy. Duke University. Durham, USA. October 19, 2012.

Haavelmo’s Methodology of Empirical Science Outside the Laboratory. Conference of the History of Economics Society. Brock University. St. Catherines, Canada. June 22-25, 2012.

Three lectures: Early Metrics, Interwar Metrics, Postwar Metrics. 2012 CHOPE Summer Institute ‘The Emergence of Modern Economics.’ Duke University. Durham, USA. June 10-22, 2012.

The Problem of Rational Consensus in Economics. Research Workshop ‘Experts and Consensus in Economics and the Social Sciences.’ University of Bayreuth, Germany. May 25-26, 2012.

A Methodology for an Inexact Science. EIPE Spring Seminar. Erasmus University Rotterdam. April 16, 2012.

The Trade-off between Rigor and Relevance. Mark Blaug Memorial Conference. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. March 28, 2012.

A Methodology for Inexact Sciences. Qualitative/Quantitative Divide, Choices of Evidence: Tacit philosophical assumptions in the debates within the Campbell Collaboration. London School of Economics, UK. March 26, 2012.

 

B. Societies and networks

Member of History of Economics Society Reform Committee (2015-2016)

Advisory board member ERC grant Data Science, University of Exeter (since 2014)

Advisory board member, Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (since 2014)

Board member, Nederlandse Vereniging voor Wetenschapsfilosofie (since 2010)

Member of team (C) Philosophy of the Cultural and Social Sciences of The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, an ESF Research Networking Programme (2008-2013)

Co-programme leader (with John Davis), History and Methodology of Economics, University of Amsterdam (2006-2012)

Member organisation committee, Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (2005-2012)

Board member, Dutch-Flemish Network for Philosophy of Science and Technology (since 2004)

Board member, manager membership directory, INEM (International Network for Economic Method) (2004-2009)

 

C. Editorships

Co-editor (with Evelyn Forget, University of Manitoba, Canada), Journal of the History of Economic Thought (2008-2013)

Associate editor, The Journal of Economic Methodology (2005-2011)

Member advisory board, History of Political Economy (2006-2008, 2015-2021)

Member editorial board, The Journal of Economic Methodology (since 2012)

Member advisory board, Erasmus Journal for Philosophy and Economics (since 2008)

Member scientific committee, Revue de Philosophie Économique (since 2007)

 

D. Doctoral Dissertations Supervised as Co-promotor:

Ricardo F. Crespo, Theoretical and Practical Reason in Economics: Capacities and Capabilities. Promotion date: September 7, 2011.

Peter Rodenburg, Measurement strategies of unemployment. Promotion date: July 5, 2006.

Hsiang-Ke Chao, Representation and Structure: The Methodology of Econometric Models of Consumption. Promotion date: December 12, 2002.

 

E. Organization of conferences, workshops, symposia, and sessions at conferences (last five years)

The Real World Perspective: Economics Education in the 21th Century. Utrecht University School of Economics, NL. June 7, 2017.

History of Macro-econometric Modeling, Utrecht University, NL. April 6-7, 2017.

Member program committee Descartes Lectures 2016, Tilburg University, NL. September 5-7, 2016.

HES session 'The History of Macroeconometric Modeling.' History of Economics Society (HES) Annual Meeting, Duke University, Durham, NC, US. June 17-20, 2016.

Philosophy of Science in a Forest (PSF 2016). Nederlandse Vereniging voor Wetenschapsfilosofie, Doorn, NL. May 19-21, 2016.

EPSA15 symposium 'Approaches in Philosophy of Science in Practice.' Conference of the European Philosophy of Science Association (EPSA). Duesseldorf Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science (DCLPS) at Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf, Germany. September 23-26, 2015.

INEM session ‘Consensus of expert judgments and economic forecasting.’ Conference of the International Network for Economic Method (INEM). Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. June 13, 2013.

Member scientific committee. Conference of the International Network for Economic Method (INEM). Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. June 13-15, 2013.

INEM session ‘Expert and Consensus in Economics.’ Allied Social Sciences Associations meetings. San Diego, USA. January 5, 2013

Center for the History of Political Economy Summer Institute ‘The Emergence of Modern Economics.’ Duke University. Durham, USA. June 10-22, 2012.

Member program committee. Research Workshop ‘Experts and Consensus in Economics and the Social Sciences.’ University of Bayreuth, Germany. May 25-26, 2012.

Mark Blaug Memorial Conference. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. March 28, 2012.

Member scientific committee. Graduate Conference in Philosophy of Science. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL. March 8-9, 2012.

 

F. Ph.D. and habilitation committees and (pre-)examiner

March 2017. PhD defense of Erich Pinzon-Fuchs, Economics as a “Tooled” Discipline: Lawrence R. Klein and the Making of Macroeconometric Modeling, 1939-1959. Promotor: A.L. Cot. Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, France.

October 2016. Habilitation defense of Béatrice Cherrier, L’essor de l’économie appliquée des années 1960 aux années 2000. Promotor: M. Vincent. University of Caen, France.

September 2016. PhD defense of Luis Mireles-Flores, Economic Science for Use: Causality and Evidence in Policy Making. Supervisors: I.U. Mäki, J.J. Vromen, and C. Marchionni. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL.

November 2015. PhD defense of Joost Hengstmengel, Divine OEconomy. Supervisors: L. van Bunge. Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL.

December 2011. PhD defense of Julia Mensink, Poverty Measures: From Production to Use. Supervisors: M.S. Morgan and P. Howlett. London School of Economics, UK.

December 2010. PhD defense of Kai Eigner, Understanding Psychologists‘ Understanding. Supervisors: J.A. Radder and H.W. de Regt. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL.

December 2006. PhD defense of Arthur Petersen, Simulating Nature. Supervisors: J.A. Radder and P.P. Kirschenmann. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL.

December 2006. PhD defense Erika Mattila, Questions to Artificial Nature. Supervisors: R. Miettinen and M. Sintonen. University of Helsinki, Finland.

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Sleutelpublicaties

Boumans, Marcel (2015). Science Outside the Laboratory - Measurement in Field Science and Economics. (216 p.). New York: Oxford University Press, USA.

Alle publicaties
  Artikelen
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Graph-based inductive reasoning. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A, 59, (pp. 1-10).
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Methodological ignorance - A comment on field experiments and methodological intolerance. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23 (2), (pp. 139-146).
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Methodological institutionalism as a transformation of structural econometrics. Review of Political Economy, 28 (3), (pp. 417–425) (9 p.).
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Models of clutter. Studia Metodologiczne, 2016 (36), (pp. 27-41).
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Suppes’s outlines of an empirical measurement theory. Journal of Economic Methodology, 23 (3), (pp. 305-315) (11 p.).
Boumans, Marcel (2014). Haavelmo's epistemology for an inexact science. History of Political Economy, 46 (2), (pp. 211-229).
Boumans, Marcel & Sent, Esther-Mirjam (2013). A Nobel Prize for Empirical Macroeconomics: Assessing the Contributions of Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims. Review of Political Economy, 25 (1), (pp. 39-56).
Boumans, Marcel & Leonelli, Sabina (2013). Introduction: On the Philosophy of Science in Practice. Journal for General Philosophy of Science - Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 44 (2), (pp. 259-261).
Boumans, Marcel (2013). Model-based Type B uncertainty evaluations of measurement towards more objective evaluation strategies. Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, 46 (9), (pp. 3775–3777).
Boumans, Marcel (2013). The role of models in measurement outside the laboratory. Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, 46 (8), (pp. 2908–2912).
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Mark Blaug (1927-2011). An unrepentant Lakatosian. History of Economic Ideas, 20 (1), (pp. 11-24).
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Observations in a Hostile Environment: Morgenstern on the Accuracy of Economic Observations. History of Political Economy, 44 (supplement), (pp. 114-136).
Boumans, Marcel & Dupont-Kieffer, Ariane (2011). A history of the histories of econometrics. History of Political Economy, 43 (Supplement), (pp. 5-31).
Boumans, Marcel (2011). Hoe economen begrijpen. Wijsgerig perspectief, 51 (2), (pp. 22-31).
Ankeny, Rachel, Chang, Hasok, Boumans, Marcel & Boon, Mieke (2011). Introduction: philosophy of science in practice. European Journal for Philosophy of Science, 1 (3), (pp. 303–307).
Boumans, Marcel (2011). The two-model problem in rational decision making. Rationality and Society, 23 (3), (pp. 371-400).
Chang, Hasok, Boumans, Marcel, Boon, Mieke & Ankeny, Rachel (2010). Second Biennial Conference of the Society for Philosophy of Science in Practice (University of Minnesota, 18–20 June 2009). Journal for General Philosophy of Science - Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 41 (1), (pp. 233-235).
Boumans, Marcel (2010). The Problem of Passive Observation. History of Political Economy, 42 (1), (pp. 75-110).
Boumans, Marcel (2009). Dynamizing stability. History of Political Economy, 41 (Supplement), (pp. 127-146).
Boumans, Marcel (2008). Battle in the Planning Office: Field Experts versus Normative Statisticians. Social Epistemology, 22 (4), (pp. 389-404).
Bod, Rens, Boon, Mieke & Boumans, Marcel (2006). Introduction to the Symposium ‘Applying Science’. International Studies in the Philosophy of Science, 20 (1), (pp. 1-3).
Boumans, Marcel (2005). Measurement in economic systems. Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, 38 (4), (pp. 275–284).
Boumans, Marcel (2005). Measurement Outside the Laboratory. Philosophy of Science, 72 (5), (pp. 850-863).
Boumans, Marcel & Beaulieu, Anne (2004). Foreword to ‘objects of objectivity’. Social Epistemology, 18 (2-3), (pp. 105-108).
Boumans, Marcel (2004). The reliability of an instrument. Social Epistemology, 18 (2-3), (pp. 215-246).
Boumans, Marcel (2003). How to Design Galilean Fall Experiments in Economics. Philosophy of Science, 70 (2), (pp. 308-329).
Boumans, Marcel & Morgan, Mary (2001). Ceteris paribus conditions: materiality and the application of economic theories. Journal of Economic Methodology, 8 (1), (pp. 11-26).
Boumans, Marcel (2001). Fisher's Instrumental Approach to Index Numbers. History of Political Economy, 33 (supplement), (pp. 313-344).
Boumans, Marcel (2001). Measure for Measure: How Economists Model the World into Numbers. Social Research, 68 (2), (pp. 427-453).
Boumans, Marcel (1999). Representation and stability in testing and measuring rational expectations. Journal of Economic Methodology, 6 (3), (pp. 381-402).
Boumans, Marcel (1997). Lucas and Artificial Worlds. History of Political Economy, 29 (supplement), (pp. 63-90).
Boumans, Marcel (1995). Frisch on testing of business cycle theories. Journal of Econometrics, 67 (1), (pp. 129–147).
Boumans, Marcel (1995). Tinbergen's Cycle: An Arithmetic Error?. Econometric Theory, 11 (2), (pp. 389-391).
Boumans, Marcel (1993). Paul Ehrenfest and Jan Tinbergen: A Case of Limited Physics Transfer. History of Political Economy, 25 (supplement), (pp. 131-156).
Boumans, Marcel (1990). De slinger van Tinbergen. Tijdschrift voor Politieke Ekonomie, 13, (pp. 50-65).
Boumans, Marcel (1989). De constructie van de samenleving: Tinbergen en de vroege planning. Beleid en Maatschappij, 16, (pp. 230-245).
  Boeken
Boumans, M.J. & Davis, John (2015). Economic Methodology - Understanding Economics as a Science. (246 p.). Palgrave Macmillan, Second Edition.
Boumans, Marcel (2015). Science Outside the Laboratory - Measurement in Field Science and Economics. (216 p.). New York: Oxford University Press, USA.
Boumans, Marcel, Hon, Giora & Petersen, Arthur (2014). Error and Uncertainty in Scientific Practice. (249 p.). London: Pickering & Chatto.
Martini, Carlo & Boumans, Marcel (2014). Experts and Consensus in Social Science. (305 p.). Cham: Springer US.
Boumans, Marcel & Klaes, Matthias (2013). Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes. (320 p.). Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Boumans, Marcel, Dupot-Kieffer, Ariane & Qin, Duo (2011). Histories on Econometrics. (354 p.). Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Boumans, Marcel & Davis, John (2010). Economic Methodology - Understanding Economics as a Science. (230 p.). Palgrave Macmillan.
Boumans, M.J. (2007). Measurement in Economics - A Handbook. (458 p.). Academic Press.
Boumans, M.J. (2005). How Economists Model the World into Numbers. (220 p.). London and New York: Routledge.
Boumans, Marcel (1992). A Case of Limited Physics Transfer. (173 p.). Amsterdam: Thesis Publishers.
  Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Econometrics. In Gilbert Faccarello & Heinz Kurz (Eds.), Handbook on the History of Economic Analysis - Developments in Major Fields of Economics (pp. 106-116). Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Friedman and the Cowles Commission. In Roberd A. Cord & J. Daniel Hammond (Eds.), Milton Friedman - Contributions to Economics and Public Policy (pp. 585-604). Oxford: Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Boumans, Marcel (2015). Sims, Christopher Albert (born 1942). In Steven Durlauf & Lawrence Blume (Eds.), The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics. Online Edition (10 p.). Palgrave Macmillan.
Boumans, Marcel & Hon, Giora (2014). Introduction: Error and Uncertainty in Scientific Practice. In Marcel Boumans, Giora Hon & Arthur Petersen (Eds.), Error and Uncertainty in Scientific Practice (pp. 1-12). London: Pickering & Chatto.
Boumans, Marcel & Martini, Carlo (2014). Introduction: Experts and Consensus in Social Science. Experts and Consensus in Social Science (pp. 1-13). Cham: Springer US.
Boumans, Marcel (2014). Model-based consensus. Experts and Consensus in Social Science (pp. 49-69). Cham: Springer US.
Boumans, Marcel (2013). An Unrepentant Lakatosian. In Marcel Boumans & Matthias Klaes (Eds.), Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes (pp. 177-190). Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Boumans, Marcel (2013). Econometrics: Methodological Issues. In Byron Kaldis (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences (pp. 221-223). SAGE.
Boumans, Marcel & Klaes, Matthias (2013). Introduction. In Marcel Boumans & Matthias Klaes (Eds.), Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes (pp. 1-8). Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Boumans, Marcel (2013). The Regrettable Loss of Mathematical Molding in Econometrics. In Hsiang-Ke Chao, Szu-Ting Chen & Roberta Millstein (Eds.), Mechanism and Causality in Biology and Economics (pp. 61-81). Dordrecht: Springer.
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Mathematics as quasi-matter to build models as instruments. In Dennis Dieks, Wenceslao Gonzalez, Stephan Hartmann, Michael Stöltzner & Marcel Weber (Eds.), Probabilities, Laws, and Structures (pp. 307-318). Springer.
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Measurement in Economics. In Uskali Mäki (Eds.), Philosophy of Economics (pp. 395-423). Elsevier North-Holland.
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Modeling Strategies for Measuring Phenomena In- and Outside the Laboratory. In Henk de Regt, Stephan Hartmann & Samir Okasha (Eds.), EPSA Philosophy of Science: Amsterdam 2009 (pp. 1-11). Springer.
Boumans, Marcel (2012). Visualisations for Understanding Complex Economic Systems. In Chris Bissell & Chris Dillon (Eds.), Ways of Thinking, Ways of Seeing - Mathematical and other Modelling in Engineering and Technology (pp. 145-165). Berlin: Springer.
Boumans, Marcel (2011). Vertrouwen in economische modellen. In Huub Dijstelbloem & Rob Hagendijk (Eds.), Onzekerheid Troef? Het betwiste gezag van de wetenschap (pp. 115-136). Amsterdam: Van Gennep.
Boumans, Marcel (2009). Understanding in economics: Gray-box models. In Henk de Regt, Sabina Leonelli & Kai Eigner (Eds.), Scientific Understanding - Philosophical Perspectives (pp. 210-229). Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.
Boumans, Marcel (2008). A review essay of Philippe Le Gall’s A History of Econometrics in France: From Nature to Models. In Warren Samuels, Jeff Biddle & Ross Emmett (Eds.), A Research Annual (pp. 139-146). Emerald.
Boumans, Marcel (2008). Measurement. In Steven Durlauf & Lawrence Blume (Eds.), The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics. Second Edition Palgrave Macmillan.
Boumans, Marcel (2008). Measurement and error problems (1800-1900): Buys Ballot and Landré’s critique on the method of least squares. In I.H. Stamhuis, P.M.M. Klep & J.G.S.J. van Maarseveen (Eds.), The Statistical Mind in Modern Society. The Netherlands 1850-1940 - Volume II: Statistics and Scientific Work (pp. 179-197). Aksant.
Boumans, Marcel (2007). Introduction. In Marcel Boumans (Eds.), Measurement in Economics (pp. 3-18). Academic Press.
Boumans, Marcel (2007). Invariance and calibration. In Marcel Boumans (Eds.), Measurement in Economics - A Handbook (pp. 231-248). Academic Press.
Boumans, Marcel (2006). The Difference Between Answering a ‘Why’ Question and Answering a ‘How Much’ Question. In Johannes Lenhard, Günter Küppers & Terry Shinn (Eds.), Simulation (pp. 107-124). Springer.
Boumans, Marcel (2004). Models in economics. In John Davis, Alain Marciano & Jochen Runde (Eds.), The Elgar Companion To Economics and Philosophy (pp. 260-282). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Morgan, Mary & Boumans, Marcel (2004). Secrets hidden by two-dimensionality - The economy as a hydraulic machine. In Soraya de Chadarevian & Nick Hopwood (Eds.), Models (pp. 369-401). Standford University Press.
Boumans, Marcel (2004). Truth versus precision. In Petr Hájek, Luis Valdés-Villanueva & Dag Westerståhl (Eds.), Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science - Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress (pp. 257-269). King's College Publications.
Boumans, Marcel (2002). Calibration. In Brian Snowdon & Howard Vane (Eds.), An Encyclopedia of Macroeconomics (pp. 105-109). Edward Elgar Publishing.
Boumans, Marcel (2002). Calibration of models in experiments. In L. Magnani & Nancy Nersessian (Eds.), Model-Based Reasoning - Science, Technology, Values (pp. 75-93). New York: Springer US.
Boumans, Marcel (2001). A macroeconomic approach to complexity. In Arnold Zellner, Hugo Keuzenkamp & Michael McAleer (Eds.), Simplicity, Inference and Modelling - Keeping it Sophisticatedly Simple (pp. 73-82). Cambridge University Press.
Boumans, Marcel (2000). Jan Tinbergen. In Bob Reinalda (Eds.), Biografisch Woordenboek van het Socialisme en de Arbeidersbeweging in Nederland (pp. 296-301). Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis.
Boumans, Marcel (1999). Built-in justification. In Mary Morgan & Margaret Morrison (Eds.), Models as Mediators - Perspectives on Natural and Social Science (pp. 66-96). Cambridge University Press.
Boumans, Marcel (1998). Tinbergen. In John Davis, D. Wade Hands & Uskali Mäki (Eds.), The Handbook of Economic Methodology (pp. 501-504). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Boumans, Marcel (2004). Measuring instruments in economics. In S.V. Muravyov (Eds.), Proceedings 10th IMEKO TC7 International Symposium on Advances of Measurement Science (pp. 28-35).
Boumans, Marcel (2003). Tinbergen’s business-cycle analysis. In Dominique Ladiray (Eds.), Papers and Proceedings of the Colloquium on the History of Business Cycle Analysis (pp. 109-125). Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.
  Boekbesprekingen
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Backhouse and Fontaine - A Historiography of the Modern Social Sciences. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 38 (4), (pp. 507-509).
Boumans, Marcel (2016). Hubris: Why Economists Failed to Predict the Crisis and How to Avoid the Next One. By Meghnad Desai. Business History Review, 90 (1), (pp. 188-191).
Boumans, Marcel (2015). A. Schwarz, Experiments in Practice. Journal for General Philosophy of Science - Zeitschrift für allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie, 46 (1), (pp. 237-240).
Boumans, Marcel (2015). D. Mackenzie, The Universe in Zero Words: The Story of Mathematics as Told Through Equations. European Legacy, 20 (5), (pp. 558-559).
Boumans, Marcel (2015). Lawrence A. Boland, Model Building in Economics. Its Purposes and Limitations. Œconomia, 5 (2), (pp. 233-236).
Boumans, Marcel (2015). T. Düppe and E.R. Weintraub, Finding Equilibrium. Arrow, Debreu, McKenzie and the Problem of Scientific Credit. History of Economic Ideas, 23 (1), (pp. 192-195).
Boumans, Marcel (2015). With such a friend of the history of economics, who needs enemies? Review of: S. Kates, Defending the History of Economic Thought. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 37 (1), (pp. 139-144).
Boumans, Marcel (2014). D. Coyle, GDP: A Brief but Affectionate History. Business History Review, 88 (4), (pp. 799-801).
Boumans, Marcel (2014). The Rhetoric of Error from Locke to Kleist. European Legacy, 19 (6), (pp. 785-786).
Boumans, Marcel (2013). J.B. Davis and D.W. Hands (eds.), The Elgar Companion to Recent Economic Methodology. Œconomia, 3 (2), (pp. 319-322).
Boumans, Marcel (2010). S.E. Kellert, Borrowed Knowledge: Chaos Theory and the Challenge of Learning across Disciplines. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 32 (4), (pp. 542-544).
Boumans, Marcel (2009). N.E. Aydinonat, The Invisible Hand in Economics. How Economists Explain Unintended Social Consequences. History of Economic Ideas, 17 (3), (pp. 141-144).
Boumans, Marcel (2007). P. Fontaine and R. Leonard (eds.), The Experiment in the History of Economics. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 29 (2), (pp. 263-265).
Boumans, Marcel (2005). J. Pearl, Causality, Models, Reasoning, and Inference. Review of Social Economy, 63 (1), (pp. 129-135).
Boumans, Marcel (2004). J. Sutton, Marshall’s Tendencies: What Can Economists Know?. Economica, 71 (281), (pp. 177-178).
Boumans, Marcel (2003). E.R. Weintraub, How Economics Became a Mathematical Science. Philosophy of Science, 70 (4), (pp. 852-855).
Boumans, Marcel (2003). K.D. Hoover, Causality in Macroeconomics. History of Political Economy, 35 (3), (pp. 564-566).
Boumans, Marcel (2003). R. Leeson (ed.), A.W.H. Phillips: Collected Works in Contemporary Perspective. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 25 (3), (pp. 372-376).
Boumans, Marcel (2002). Pragmatic view on empirical modeling - C.W.J. Granger’s Empirical Modeling in Economics, Specification and Evaluation. Journal of Economic Methodology, 9 (1), (pp. 103-106).
Boumans, Marcel (1995). J. van Maarseveen (ed.), Briefwisseling van Nicolaas Gerard Pierson 1839-1909. De Economist, 143 (1), (pp. 77-78).
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