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Professor Boettke,

If I understand you correctly, the working social scientist should (1) adopt an analytical framework (such as e.g., rational choice, network analysis, social constructionism, etc.) and having a working knowledge of alternative analytical frameworks; (2) become conversant with an historical period and finally; (3) apply their framework to different institutions and historical periods.

Sounds like alot of work!

Agree with the above comment sounds like tough work..!

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