Real-World Economics Review

Description For half a century neoclassical economics has hid its ideology behind the notion that it calls positive economics. This is the idea that it contains no value judgments because it mentions none. Of course such a notion belongs to an intellectually more naive age than today, but nonetheless it persists as an effective tool of indoctrination of undergraduates. The fact that neoclassical economics requires a highly restricted focus in order to maintain its atomist and determinist metaphysics compels it to make many extreme judgments about what is and is not economically important. Real-World Economics Review, the publication of the post-autistic economics network, seeks to debunk these misunderstandings and more.
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Focus: Development, Economy, Ethics, Finance, Globalization, Governance, Global