Wisconsin government and business and the history of heterodox economic thought

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  • Economics -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Economics -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Economics -- Methodology -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Industrial policy -- United States -- Study and teaching -- History.

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Statementeditor, Warren J. Samuels.
SeriesResearch in the history of economic thought and methodology -- v. 22-C, Research in the history of economic thought and methodology -- v. 22-C.
ContributionsSamuels, Warren J., 1933-
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LC ClassificationsHB87 .W58 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 378 p. ;
Number of Pages378
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Open LibraryOL22166917M
ISBN 100762310901

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[Warren J Samuels; Edwin E Witte; Robert J Lampman;] -- Contains two groups of archival materials. One group includes lecture notes from courses given at the University of Wisconsin by Edwin E. Witte and Robert Lampman on the economic role of government. Documents on Government and the Economy, Volume 30 Part 2.

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Hodgson D Post Keynesian Economics Sheila C. Dow. The Heterodox Economics Directory. Access your all-inclusive guide to heterodox economics on the web or as a more comfortable pdf-Version. The Heterodox Economics Directory contains information on heterodox economic associations, graduate and post-graduate programs, journals and book.

Feb 28,  · Political economy is heterodox and cannot be more different than the axiomatic-deductive, asocial and ahistorical paradigm of mainstream economics. Of course, the trap is that these economists invented the history of their own discipline by creating a linear evolution from Smith, through Jevons, Menger, Walras, Keynes, Arrow and Debreu.

A collection of articles on topics and individuals within the history of heterodox economic thought, approached from a heterodox perspective. The individuals whose work is singled out include Edward Bellamy, Thorstein Veblen, Edwin E.

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Lee (University of Missouri-Kansas City) Nina Shapiro (St. Peter’s University) Zdravka Todorova (Wright State University) Table of Contents 1. History and Methodology of Heterodox Microeconomics. To Be a Heterodox Economist: The Contested Landscape of American Economics, s and s Article · Literature Review in Journal of Economic Issues 38(3) · September with 14 Reads.

Oct 26,  · The modern debate has been led by the Austrian school, and the theoretical argument has been sealed by Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek. Both intellectuals went through great lengths to prove how industrial fluctuations — business cycles — are caused by currency monopolies,[2] guaranteed by means of government authority.

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The purpose of this essay is rather to explore some of the broader issues heterodox thought had been less direct than. CHALLENGING THE MAINSTREAM: ESSAYS ON THE HISTORY OF HETERODOX ECONOMICS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY THE APPENDIX By Frederic S. Lee Professor of Economics 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS A.1 Microeconomic Textbooks used in Table 5 A.2 Production of Doctorates in Economics in United States Universities, -A "heterodox" school that advocates the purposeful economic decisions of the individual-Criticized Smith and said utility doesn't determine exchange value-We can fix the economy by reducing government and central bank involvement in free market forces.

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Kurz traces the long arc of economic thought from its emergence in ancient Greece to its systematic presentation among the classical thinkers of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries to the influential work of scholars such as Paul Samuelson and Kenneth J. Arrow.4/5(2).

This book is concerned with the community history of heterodox economics, seen primarily through the eyes of Marxian-radical economics and Post Keynesian economics.

Throughout the 20th century neoclassical economists in conjunction with state and university power have attacked heterodox economists and tried to cleanse them from the academy.

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Arrow/5. In the end, what Hilt can’t seem to abide in the new history of capitalism are two things: first, that historically violence played an important role in the emergence and development of capitalism—rather than, as mainstream economists would have it, that the brutal institutions of slavery and government imposition of market forces are.

New schools of economic thought are emerging built on a more accurate analysis of the way economic agents behave and the way decisions are really made. These heterodox schools of economic thought dismiss notions of rational economic agents and profit-maximising firms in favour of a greater focus on psychology, interactions and history.History of Economic Thought A CRITICAL PERSPECTIVE THIRD EDITION E.K.

Hunt/nd Mark Lautzenheiser fencingveterans2013.com Business over Industry Government and the Class Struggle Capitalist Imperialism Comments on the Social Perspective Underlying the Present Book Suggestions for Further Reading Index About the Authors Not least, heterodox economists hold too narrow a view of the scope of professional economic ethics; and they tend to conflate the field with a code of conduct.

Once we correct these errors, we come to see that heterodox economists should be at the forefront of the push for professional ethics in economics.

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