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Revisiting Education of Economics – Dr. Omer Javed

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Economics and teaching economics in Pakistan. Good short summary of the history of economics. Curiously, he doesn't mention MMT or even Post Keynesianism, taking a decidedly institutional approach. MMT economists draw on Post Keynesianism and institutional economics heavily, although these are not the only influences.  Global Village SpaceRevisiting Education of Economics – Dr. Omer Javed Omer Javed, institutional political economist,who previously worked at International Monetary Fund

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Economics and teaching economics in Pakistan. Good short summary of the history of economics. Curiously, he doesn't mention MMT or even Post Keynesianism, taking a decidedly institutional approach. MMT economists draw on Post Keynesianism and institutional economics heavily, although these are not the only influences. 

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Revisiting Education of Economics – Dr. Omer Javed
Omer Javed, institutional political economist,who previously worked at International Monetary Fund
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