note that the subtitle of the new textbook just mentioned by Torsten
The microeconomics of complex economies (2015)
“Evolutionary, Institutional, Neoclassical, and Complexity Perspectives",
which indicates its paradigm-comparing and real-world program.
We have used the stuff of the first seven chapters in second-semester micro for around 15 years.
Another recent review (besides that in the JEI) of it has been just put online by the Journal of Economic Methodology:
Economic pluralism for the lecture hall
Pages: 1-6 | DOI: 10.1080/1350178X.2016.1143187.
I have just finished myself a detailed review of mainstream textbooks (Varian, Pindyck/Rubinfeld …) for an edited volume. You may access this here:
Finally, the critical fellow-books are:
Goodwin et al.
Dollars & Sense
Himmelweit et al.
Bowles/Foley (on the santa fé site, to appear at Princeton u.p.)
Hope that helps.
Dr Wolfram Elsner
Professor of Economics, University of Bremen, Business Studies & Economics
iino – Institute of Institutional & Innovation Economics, http://elsner.iino.uni-bremen.de/de/.
* Adjunct Prof, University of Missouri-Kansas City, Doctoral Faculty, Economics Dept.
* Academic Member, Enterpreneurship and Innovation Center, School of Economics, Jilin University, Changchun, PR China
* Managing Editor, FSE—Forum for Social Economics, Taylor&Francis.
* NEW TEXTBOOK: MICROECONOMICS of Complex Economies, San Diego, New York, Oxford, Amsterdam: Elsevier/Academic Press, 2015, 566pp. with Torsten Heinrich and Henning Schwardt.
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