This work is a comprehensive survey of the current state - and future direction - of heterodox economic thought. Twenty-first century economists will have to understand and improve a post-Cold War world in which no single economic theory or system holds the key to human betterment. Heterodox economists have much to contribute to this effort, as a wave of pluralism spawns new lines of research and new dialogues among non-mainstream economists. "Future Directions for Heterodox Economics" showcases the full range of heterodox ideas, surveying leading-edge discussions of pluralism; socially-grounded reconstructions of the individual in economic theory; the goals and tools of economic measurement and professional ethics; the complexities of policymaking in today's global political economy; and innovative connections among formerly separate theoretical traditions (Marxian, Austrian, feminist, ecological, Sraffian, institutionalist, and post-Keynesian).Über den Autor:
John T. Harvey is Professor of Economics at Texas Christian University. Robert F. Garnett, Jr. is Associate Professor of Economics at Texas Christian University.
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