the decline of the neoclassical

Christopher Hayes has a good article in the June 11 issue of The Nation in which he outlines the position of heterodox economics in relation to the mainstream free-market ilk. His piece suggests that sufficiently empirical yet deviant work in the field–such as in behavioral economics and neuroeconomics–is finding its niche. The profession is still bitterly divided.

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