People who don't support MGW take their stance based on empirical data - there is zero disagreement on the physical theories that underlie it. Heterodox economists mainly, from what I gather, disagree with the theory of orthodox economics.
That's the most striking difference between the two debates.
OK so I was asked the other day why a casual observer shouldn't assume Heterdox economics is not like climate change denial? We are clearly in the minority? I know the millions of reasons why the cases aren't similar, but does anyone know a simple to read article to offer showing laying out the case clearly?
thanks for the help.
Timothy A Wunder PhD
Clinical Associate Professor
Graduate Student Advisor
Department of Economics University of Texas at Arlington