BIBLIOTECA MANUEL BELGRANO - Facultad de Ciencias Económicas - UNC

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A guide to what's wrong with economics / edited by Edward Fullbrook.

Colaborador(es): Tipo de material: TextoTextoSeries Anthem studies in political economy and globalizationDetalles de publicación: London : Anthem Press, 2004, reimpr. 2005Descripción: vii, 323 p. : ilISBN:
  • 1843311488
Tema(s): Clasificación CDD:
  • 330
Contenidos:
The quarrlesome boundaries of economics -- Modern economics: the problem and a solution -- The pitfalls of mainstream economic reasoning (and teaching) -- Neoclassical economic theory -- Where do economies come from? The missing story -- Can economics start from the individual alone? -- Are you rational? -- Five pieces of advice for students studying microeconomics -- How mainstream economists model choice, versus how we behave, and why it matters -- Managerial economics: economics of management or economics for managers? -- Why do we have separate courses in "micro" and "macro" economics? -- The "natural" rate of unemployment -- How to look at economics critically: some suggestions -- Teaching economics as if ethics mattered -- Economics as ideology and the need for pluralism -- The "efficiency" illusion -- "There are none so blind-" -- Can mathematics be used successfully in economics? -- Can we expect anthing from game theory? -- Improbable, incorrect, or impossible: the persuasive but flawed mathematics of microeconomics -- The significance of the economics research paper -- Changing visions of humans' place in the world and the need for an ecological economics -- Ecological economics: the concept of scale and its relation to allocation, distribution, and uneconomic growth -- Whats wrong with GDP and growth? THe need for alternative indicators -- What is wrong with the "official history of capitalism"? with special reference to the debates on globalisation and economic development -- Should the study of transnational companies be part of the economics syllabus? -- Would a Latin American economics make sense?
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The quarrlesome boundaries of economics -- Modern economics: the problem and a solution -- The pitfalls of mainstream economic reasoning (and teaching) -- Neoclassical economic theory -- Where do economies come from? The missing story -- Can economics start from the individual alone? -- Are you rational? -- Five pieces of advice for students studying microeconomics -- How mainstream economists model choice, versus how we behave, and why it matters -- Managerial economics: economics of management or economics for managers? -- Why do we have separate courses in "micro" and "macro" economics? -- The "natural" rate of unemployment -- How to look at economics critically: some suggestions -- Teaching economics as if ethics mattered -- Economics as ideology and the need for pluralism -- The "efficiency" illusion -- "There are none so blind-" -- Can mathematics be used successfully in economics? -- Can we expect anthing from game theory? -- Improbable, incorrect, or impossible: the persuasive but flawed mathematics of microeconomics -- The significance of the economics research paper -- Changing visions of humans' place in the world and the need for an ecological economics -- Ecological economics: the concept of scale and its relation to allocation, distribution, and uneconomic growth -- Whats wrong with GDP and growth? THe need for alternative indicators -- What is wrong with the "official history of capitalism"? with special reference to the debates on globalisation and economic development -- Should the study of transnational companies be part of the economics syllabus? -- Would a Latin American economics make sense?

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