Heterodox Economics Newsletter

Issue 196 May 02, 2016 web pdf Heterodox Economics Directory

During the last weeks we received a series of helpful recommendations and suggestions for the all-new Heterodox Economics Directory. Many thanks to all those, who took the time to submit updates and corrections and thereby helped us a great deal to keep the Directory up-to-date and useful for researchers, practitioners and students interested in heterodox economics. For all those, who have not done so yet: there is still a three-week window for suggesting updates, novel entries and the like.

Below you will find a densely populated edition of the Newsletter. Aside from the usual long list of recent books, journal issues and job postings this Newsletter also points to more specific issues, like some recent calls for heterodox study programs, a novel reading list on Post-Keynesian economics issued - most authoritatively - by the Post-Keynesian Study Group or a recent article published in the Times Higher Education discussing the case of an economics lecturer, who dared to advance a pluralist approach in a core teaching module. You can find out what happended to this brave man confronting disciplinary parochialism here.

All the Best,

Jakob

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