Re: [OPE-L] heterodoxy

From: Jerry Levy (Gerald_A_Levy@MSN.COM)
Date: Thu Dec 01 2005 - 08:24:36 EST

> For information, there is a list of schools that teach heterodox
> economics on

Hi Andrew:

Thanks.  That's a good resource, but the student did ask about
a university where she or he could take classes with a "good
Marxist" economist.  While many schools on the list have
Marxists,  it can not be assumed that heterodox economics
departments necessarily have Marxists.  There are, after all,
a lot of kinds of heterodoxy.  Having said that, I am quick to
add that if given a choice between studying with a Marxists
at a department dominated by marginalists versus studying with
Marxists (and others) at a heterodox dept., then the student would
be well advised to pick the latter.

Speaking of  non-Marxian heterodoxy, what do you and others
think about the "True Cost Economics" movement and manifesto?
(see separate posts)

In solidarity, Jerry

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