Mainstream Economics Versus Islamic Economics Asad Zaman
Why Economics is Still Not a Science of Adaptive Systems
Do We Need Environmental Ethics? Malgorzata Dereniowska
Call for Papers
for the forthcoming WEA conference “GOING DIGITAL: Forces Shaping the Future of Business and Labour“
Judging Heterodox Economics: A Response to Hodgson’s Criticisms
The Meaning and Future of Heterodox Economics: A Response to Lynne Chester
Was Smith A Moral Subjectivist?
Addressing the Malaise in Neoclassical Economics: A Call for Partial Models
Commentary on ‘Addressing the Malaise in Neoclassical Economics: A Call for Partial Models’
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This book introduces 40 critical pointers for those who wish to see the theory in a broader, more realistic context. The material is suitable for introductory and intermediate courses and can be included selectively by students for additional reading or in lectures or tutorials as discussion points.
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