March 25, 2007
"Interdisciplinarity is a permanently failing academic 'social movement'"
Posted by Gordon Smith

Omar explains.

Kieran Healy checks in with a link to this interesting working paper.

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Comments (6)

1. Posted by Cliff on March 26, 2007 @ 10:54 | Permalink

Perhaps this is an oversimplification, but could the difficulty with sustaining interdisciplinarity just be another manifestation of the basic economic principle of specialization and trade?

As Omar's musings imply, it is arguably far more effecient, and profitable, to specialize in a particular discipline than it is to attempt interdisciplinarity.


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