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Commentary :: Labor
Real-World Economics Review, December 2012
15 Dec 2012
The economy should be a part of life, not a steamroller crushing self-determination and creativity. Access could replace excess; enough could replace more; qualitative growth could replace quantitative growth. Unlike a chair, an idea can be shared by a whole people.
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Issue no. 62, 15 December 2012
http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue62/whole62.pdf
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In this issue:
Economics

A radical reformation of economics education 2
Jack Reardon download pdf

To observe or not to observe:
Complementary pluralism in physics and economics 20
Edward Fullbrook download pdf

Trend, randomness, and noise: Exogenous vs. endogenous 29
explanation in complex heterodox analysis download pdf
Yinan Tang, Wolfram Elsner, Torsten Heinrich, Ping Chen

Rational expectations – a fallacious foundation 34
for macroeconomics in a non-ergodic world
Lars Syll download pdf

Rethinking economics: Logical gaps – empirical to the real world 51
Stuart Birks download pdf

Laboratory experimentation in economics 68
Dimitrios Koumparoulis download pdf

Some developments in the economic scientific community 83
and the situation in Germany
Arne Heise download pdf

Economy and Society

The Fiscal Cliff – Lessons from the 1930s (Report to US Congress) 98
Steve Keen download pdf

Breakdown of the capacity for collective agency: 112
The leitmotif of our times
Korkut Alp Ertürk download pdf

Surviving progress: Managing the collective risks of civilization 121
Mark Jablonowski download pdf

Financial capitalism – at odds with democracy 132
Wolfram Elsner download pdf

A hot wheels idea for looking at the distribution 160
of household wealth in Mexico 1984-2010
Carlos Guerrero de Lizardi download pdf

Past Contributors, etc. 170

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Economists and the Powerful, Norbert Häring and Niall Douglas
Out of Crisis: Rethinking Our Financial Markets, David A. Westbrook
Thorstein Veblen: Economics for an Age of Crises, Erik Reinert and Francesca Viano (Editors)
Debunking Economics - Revised and Expanded Edition, Steve Keen
Transnational Corporations and International Production, Grazia Ietto-Gillies
The Economist's Oath, George F. DeMartino
The Bubble and Beyond, Michael Hudson
Confronting Managerialism, Robert R. Locke and J. C. Spender
See also:
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http://www.progressive-economics.ca
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