• Introduction
  • I Suitably Generalized Darwinism
  • I.1 Instructions and their interactors
  • I.2 Environments
  • I.3 Information, data, and instructions
  • I.4 Instructions for functioning vs. instructions for associating
  • I.5 One-level evolution and development
  • I.6 Multilevel evolution and development
  • II From general Darwinism to a conceptual model of economic change
  • II.1 Interactors and instructions in economics
  • II.2 The development of an economic organization
  • II.3 The evolution of economic organizations
  • II.4 Multilevel evolution and development in economics
  • III Examples of applications
  • III.1 Group selection
  • III.2 New questions that help bring together different fields of economics
  • III.3 Some elementary advice for policy analysis and development economics
  • Concluding comment
  • References