eBook A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics (Anthem Frontiers of Global Political Economy) download
by Edward Fullbrook
Author: Edward Fullbrook
Publisher: Anthem Press; 1st edition (October 12, 2004)
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In June 2000, several Parisian economics students circulated a petition calling for the reform of their economics curriculum.
In June 2000, several Parisian economics students circulated a petition calling for the reform of their economics curriculum. Their complaint was the inability of the neoclassical economics they were studying to satisfy their need for a deep understanding of the operation of real-life economies. They called for a reform of the university curriculum that would tolerate analytical diversity and foster critical dialogue across contrasting approaches to economics.
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Anthem Frontiers of Global Political Economy
Anthem Frontiers of Global Political Economy.
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Details (if other): Cancel. In clear and engaging prose, 'A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics' shows how interesting, relevant and exciting economics can be when it is pursued not as a defence of an antiquated and close-minded system of belief, but as a no-holds-barred inquiry looking for real-world truths.
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This book is an effort to bring economics back to reality. Given the influence that economists often have on public policy, this is an important task. This book should be required reading for students taking economic classes and for heterodox economists who want to create a better economics. David F. Ruccio, Professor of Economics & Policy Studies, University of Notre Dame .
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During a time of accelerating momentum for radical change in the study of economics, 'A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics' comprehensively re-examines the shortcomings of neoclassical economics and considers a number of alternative formulations.