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Towards Pluralism: Contending Perspectives in Economic Thought – by John T. Harvey

January 6, 2015

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The world economy is a mess because economics is a mess. Professor John T. Harvey argues that with too much focus on abstract mathematical puzzles over real-world situations, and the promotion of Neoclassical orthodoxy at the expense of all other perspectives, the discipline of economics is becoming both intellectually impoverished and unable to help rebuild a better economy.

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