New Book: Microeconomic Theory – A Heterodox Approach

By Frederic Lee. Edited by Tae-Hee Jo. From Routledge: Microeconomic Theory: A Heterodox Approach develops a heterodox economic theory that explains the economy as the social provisioning process at the micro level. Heterodox microeconomics explores the economy with a focus on its constituent parts and their reproduction and recurrence, their integration qua interdependency by non-market … More New Book: Microeconomic Theory – A Heterodox Approach

Duncan Foley wins Guggenheim Prize in Economics

Duncan Foley, the Leo Model Professor of Economics at The New School for Social Research, has won the 2017 Guggenheim Prize in Economics. In the announcement of its decision, the Guggenheim Prize Committee at Ben Gurion University of the Negev cited Professor Foley’s “major contribution to the field.” Awarded bi-annually, The Guggenheim Prize recognizes lifetime achievement in the … More Duncan Foley wins Guggenheim Prize in Economics

New Book: Knowledge, Class and Economics – Marxism without Guarantees

Edited by Theodore A. Burczak, Robert F. Garnett Jr., & Richard McIntyre. From Routledge: Knowledge, Class, and Economics: Marxism without Guarantees surveys the “Amherst School” of non-determinist Marxist political economy, 40 years on: its core concepts, intellectual origins, diverse pathways, and enduring tensions. The volume’s 30 original essays reflect the range of perspectives and projects … More New Book: Knowledge, Class and Economics – Marxism without Guarantees

Developing Heterodox Economics Curriculum: The case of John Jay College

New Paper by Geert L Dhondt, Mathieu Dufour, Jay Hamilton, & Ian J. Seda-Irizarry From the abstract: This article seeks to be a contribution to heterodox teaching initiatives by focusing on curriculum building and institutional opportunities and constraints at John Jay College, the City University of New York. The article first focuses on the need … More Developing Heterodox Economics Curriculum: The case of John Jay College

New Book: Keynes and The General Theory Revisited

By Axel Kicillof. Translated by Elena Odriozola. From Routledge: Every time the economy goes through a period of crisis, Keynes’ name is called upon by economists and politicians from diverse backgrounds. However, 70 years after the publication of The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money, specialists are still far—maybe everyday further—from reaching agreement about … More New Book: Keynes and The General Theory Revisited