Economics

Economics after the crash

Economics after crash coverOne of the topics I’ve revisited regularly on this blog over the last three years is the nature of economic knowledge and economic analysis.

I have brought together nineteen of these blogposts as a collection of essays on the philosophy, ethics and methodology of economics. The essays touch on questions such as why economists missed the global financial crisis, debates about how economics needs to change, and the impact that economic analysis has on the real world. The issue of orthodoxy, heterodoxy and pluralism in economic analysis features prominently. The need for a stronger ethical component to economic education and economic analysis is a recurrent theme. Several of the essays make the link between economics and a broader political economy.

The essays are available free to download below the fold here, from the bookshop, or direct from my Scribd site.

Economics After the Crash by Alex Marsh

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