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John Weeks presents Joan Robinson's contributions to the Cambridge Capital Controversy (CCC). A discussion, from 2006, on Daily Kos, about one of my attempts to explain the CCC. A post, from 2016, on Naked Capitalism about how the CCC shows microeconomics is all wet. J. W. Mason has a handout explaining a definition of capital. Doyne Farmer, Fotini Markopoulou, Eric Beinhocker, and Steen Rasmussen, in an essay in Aeon, Collaborators in creation, provide an overview of complexity economics. An overview, from 2018, about how women were deliberately kicked out of software development in Great Britain.

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  • John Weeks presents Joan Robinson's contributions to the Cambridge Capital Controversy (CCC).
  • A discussion, from 2006, on Daily Kos, about one of my attempts to explain the CCC.
  • A post, from 2016, on Naked Capitalism about how the CCC shows microeconomics is all wet.
  • J. W. Mason has a handout explaining a definition of capital.
  • Doyne Farmer, Fotini Markopoulou, Eric Beinhocker, and Steen Rasmussen, in an essay in Aeon, Collaborators in creation, provide an overview of complexity economics.
  • An overview, from 2018, about how women were deliberately kicked out of software development in Great Britain.

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