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An applet for Marx's schemes of simple and expanded reproduction. Eli Cook, in The American Prospect says mainstream economists need to talk about profits. Simon Torracinta, in the Boston Review, decries bad (micro)economics. I should have mentioned Abraham Robinson and non-standard analysis in a previous post. Paintings by the economist Willaim Baumol. A painting by the economist Richard Goodwin. Apparently, he had a book.

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  • An applet for Marx's schemes of simple and expanded reproduction.
  • Eli Cook, in The American Prospect says mainstream economists need to talk about profits.
  • Simon Torracinta, in the Boston Review, decries bad (micro)economics.
  • I should have mentioned Abraham Robinson and non-standard analysis in a previous post.
  • Paintings by the economist Willaim Baumol.
  • A painting by the economist Richard Goodwin. Apparently, he had a book.

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