The World Economics Association (WEA) was launched on May 16, 2011. Already over 12,000 economists and related scholars have joined. This phenomenal success has come about because the WEA fills a huge gap in the international community of economists – the absence of a professional organization which is truly international and pluralist.
Suggested reading from WEA publications, July 2013...
What I would like economics majors to know
The multinationals’ age is everywhere but in the economics curriculum
Notes on a Real World Economics Curriculum
Should the history of economic thought be included in undergraduate curricula?
Economics textbooks – anomalies and transmogrification of truth
Basel III and the Strengthening of Capital Requirement: The obstinacy in mistake or why “it” will happen again
The Emergence of Profit and Interest in the Monetary Circuit
Capitalism and the destruction of life on Earth
Rethinking economics using complexity theory
The next crisis
A bubble so big we can't even see it
And the Real Butchers, Brewers and Bakers? Towards the Integration of Ethics and Economics
Professional Economic Ethics: Why Heterodox Economists Should Care
No Ethical Issues in Economics?
Codes of Ethics for Economists: A Pluralist View
- Book Review: Why Nations fail – the origins of power, prosperity and poverty
- Book Review Stabilizing and Unstable Economy by Hyman Minsky
- Niall Ferguson: More mistaken musings from the land of the Excel spreadsheet error
- What causes the share of labor to decrease? 3 graphs.
- Connecting the dots — or not (Stiglitz or Krugman)
- Amartya Sen on the disappointing state of modern economics
- “Is economics a form of brain damage?”
- Austerity: Democracy versus Capitalism
- True Keynesianism – Richard Koo edition
- The Reinhart and Rogoff defense of their work is riddled with mistakes too
- The state of economics: Krugman is wrong
- Economics textbooks – decades of scientific fraud and incoherence
- Doctor X, “pure shit” and the Royal Society’s motto
- Emerging vs. developed countries’ GDP growth rates 1986 to 2015
- How Much Unemployment Was Caused by Reinhart and Rogoff’s Arithmetic Mistake?
- Sweden’s 30 years of income redistribution
- IS-LM is bad economics no matter what Krugman says
- The Neoclassical conspiracy against Post Keynesian Economics (1)
- Global finance, growth models and austerity
- Economics Education. What is finance about?
- Outright money destruction (OMD) in Cyprus?
- DSGE models – empirically irrelevant and logically incoherent