What is Social Ontology and why should Economists care?

Literally, social ontology is the study of social nature and it concerns itself with¬†“how¬†existents exist”1. It is the study of the social realm which includes the “domain of all phenomena, existents, properties”2 whose existence depends upon humans and their interactions. To paraphrase Little “almost all human action is social: socially oriented, socially embedded or socially Read more about What is Social Ontology and why should Economists care?[…]