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Economic Pluralism

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With contributions from a galaxy of economists - including David Colander, Robin Hahnel, Yanis Varioufakis and Fred Lee - this book is an important read and an attempt to break down the varied barriers that have been erected to economic plura

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  • ISBN-13: 9780203871812
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/20/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 702 KB

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Robert Garnett is Associate Professor of Economics at Texas Christian University. Erik Olsen is Assistant Professor of Economics and member of Doctoral Faculty at the University of Missouri Kansas City. Martha Starr is a member of the economics faculty at American University in Washington, DC. Prior to joining AU, she was a senior economist at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

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Table of Contents

00 Economic Pluralism for the 21st Century Robert Garnett, Erik Olsen, Martha Starr Pluralism and Economic Inquiry Pluralism and Heterodoxy 01 Pluralism in Heterodox Economics Frederic Lee 02 Moving Beyond the Rhetoric of Pluralism: Suggestions for an "Inside-the Mainstream" Heterodoxy David Colander 03 Is Convergence among Heterodox Schools Possible, Meaningful, or Desirable? William Waller 04 Raising Dissonant Voices: Pluralism and Economic Heterodoxy Diana Strassmann, Caren Grown, and Martha Starr Theorizing Pluralism 05 Is Kuhnean Incommensurability a Good Basis for Pluralism in Economics? Gustavo Marqués and Diego Weisman 06 Why Should I Adopt Pluralism? Rogier De Langhe 07 Ontology, Modern Economics, and Pluralism Tony Lawson 08 The Cambridge School and Pluralism Vinca Bigo Pluralism and Real-World Economies Economic Democracy and the Common Good 09 America beyond Capitalism: The Pluralist Commonwealth Gar Alperovitz 10 From Competition and Greed to Equitable Cooperation: What Does a Pluralist Economics Have to Offer? Robin Hahnel 11 Growth, Development, and Quality of Life: A Pluralist Approach Ric Holt and Daphne Greenwood 12 Beyond the Status Quo, in the World and in the Discipline: The Comments of an Austrian Economist Emily Chamlee-Wright Economic Cooperation: Commercial and Communal 13 Hayek and Lefebvre on Market Space and Extra-Catallactic Relationships Virgil Henry Storr 14 The Plural Economy of Gifts and Markets Ioana Negru 15 Communities and Local Exchange Networks: An Aristotelean View Philip Kozel Pluralism and Economic Education 16 Promoting a Pluralist Agenda in Undergraduate Economic Education KimMarie McGoldrick 17 The Illusion of Objectivity: Implications for Teaching Economics Alison Butler 18 A Pluralist Teaching of Economics: Why and How Gilles Raveaud.

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