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These seem to be resources for providing the student with an overview of schools of thought, fields, and the history of economics. Exploring Economics is set up by the Network for Pluralist Economics. Here is their overview of Post Keynesianism. Economics Education is a webpage "built by Sam de Muijnck and Joris Tieleman of Rethinking Economics Netherlands." Here is their page on feminist economics. Here is their page on Post Keynesian economics. This is their page on (original) institutional economics. The Institute for New Economic Thinking supports Goncalo Fonseca's History of Economic Thought web site. Apparently, the recently departed Mark Hayes, building on work by Philip Aretis and Victoria Chick, had a lot to do with maintaining the Post-Keynesian Economics Society. Every once

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These seem to be resources for providing the student with an overview of schools of thought, fields, and the history of economics.

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