A new issue of Real-World Economics Review is out. From Contemporary Issues and Ideas in Social Sciences, Sujoy Chakravarty (JNU): The Experimental Study of Behaviour in Economics. Kevin D. Hoover (Duke): Man and Machine in Macroeconomics. Dan Awrey (Oxford), William Blair, and David Kershaw (LSE): Between Law and Markets: Is There a Role for Culture and Ethics in Financial Regulation? Robert Skidelsky and Karen Horn debate Hayek, the market, and the good life. David Warsh reviews Misunderstanding Financial Crises: Why We Don’t See Them Coming by Gary Gorton. Have we reached the end of economic growth? Brad Plumer investigates. Simon Johnson and Peter Boone on the doomsday cycle: Who’s next? Alex Moore reviews The Money Trap: Escaping the Grip of Global Finance by Robert Pringle. Robert A. Johnson on the questions that economics can’t answer. Some economists don’t get paid to know about the economy, but to justify the trickle-up of wealth. Jacob Soll reviews Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Created Modern Finance by Jane Gleeson-White. Chris Holmes on the 5 most surreal financial apocalypses from history.