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[embedded content]John Eatwell On The Bomb Sraffa Planted At The Foundations Of EconomicsJames Galbraith on Dismal Economics, reviewing books by Mason Gaffney and Fred Harrison, Stephen Marglin, Alessandro Roncaglia, and Robert Skidelsky. Jane Gleeson-White, in the Guardian, on accounting, unpaid care work, and the biosphere. A blog post pointing out Bob Murphy's confusions and mistakes on the implications of the Cambridge Capital Controversy for the Austrian school. Compare and contrast with here.

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John Eatwell On The Bomb Sraffa Planted At The Foundations Of Economics
  • James Galbraith on Dismal Economics, reviewing books by Mason Gaffney and Fred Harrison, Stephen Marglin, Alessandro Roncaglia, and Robert Skidelsky.
  • Jane Gleeson-White, in the Guardian, on accounting, unpaid care work, and the biosphere.
  • A blog post pointing out Bob Murphy's confusions and mistakes on the implications of the Cambridge Capital Controversy for the Austrian school. Compare and contrast with here.

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