Re: [OPE-L] is there "no longer a single dominant school" in economics?

From: Riccardo Bellofiore (riccardo.bellofiore@UNIBG.IT)
Date: Tue Sep 13 2005 - 10:40:09 EDT


sorry, it should have been GEE, General Economic 
Equilibrium - in Italian it is Equilibrio 
Economico Generale, and this may be exlains the 
lapsus)

btw, I was seeing my posts on Eudora after two 
months, and I sent a personal answer to Andrew 
Brown, and it turned out as a message to the list.

apologies

riccardo

At 15:30 +0100 13-09-2005, Paul Cockshott wrote:
>Riccardo wrote
>
>
>yes, I am interested - btw, I strongly disagree 
>both with the new pluralism and with the turn 
>taken by Bowles et al. They are following the 
>"imperfectionist" line descending from the EEG 
>as the base of economics. I am for a dialogue 
>and criticism of the heterodox monetary analysis 
>within a Marxian perspective. I liked very much 
>the other two editions.
>
>What do you mean by the EEG


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