The aim of this dissertation is twofold:
1) To add to a meaningful conversation on financial markets by using less conventional, yet empirical, methods, which differ from the dominant statistical empirical methods;
2) To provide a case study of what methodological pluralism can look like: applying various methods and perspectives to one and the same subject or phenomenon.
While the various chapters may appear somewhat unrelated, the thread throughout is the interplay of theory and practice in financial markets.

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J.J. Vromen (Jack) , D.N. McCloskey (Deirdre)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Erasmus Institute for Philosophy and Economics

Daemen, J. (2021, March 11). Pluralism in Action: Theories and Practices of Financial Markets. Retrieved from