Super Bowl Economics: Pluralist Economics on ‘Any Given Tuesday’

By Dr Duncan Watson

I’m raging against the dying of the light; multi-tasking to maximise how much I can eek out of the rest of the day. Perusing ‘The Superiority of Economists’ , as I look for astute observations relevant to a rewrite of the latest research paper, I’m also watching the Super Bowl journey of the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots. Continue reading “Super Bowl Economics: Pluralist Economics on ‘Any Given Tuesday’”

Thinking Critically about Critical Thinking: The Limits of Orthodox Economics

By Lea Sixtl

The academic discipline is dominated by mainstream economics. Orthodox economics. Is there space for criticism? As it is so strongly encouraged within the academic environment: “Think critically”, they say, but all that is taught is one school of thought. A thought the majority of the crowd accepts, not daring to step outside the box and start criticising the white (wild) west.

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