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Von: AFEEMAIL Discussion List [mailto:AFEEMAIL@LISTSERV.UNL.EDU] Im Auftrag von Yoshinori Shiozawa<br>Gesendet: Montag, 6. Mai 2019 15:38<br>An: AFEEMAIL@LISTSERV.UNL.EDU<br>Betreff: Re: [AFEEMAIL] Neoclassicism, etc.<br><br>Wolfram,<br><br>You wrote:<br><br>"very few of them [neoclassical economists?] really continue to work in their hard core, but tend to do research in the protective belt. So the core remains untouched, which of course is its characteristic, and thus can still be used in textbook writing, teaching and public bla-bla-ing." [...]https://listserv.unl.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=AFEEMAIL;96a23d1.1905Wolfram ElsnerMon, 6 May 2019 19:04:10 +0200Re: Neoclassicism, etc.
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Dear Wolfram,<br><br>Yes, sure (this said with 51% forecast and 49% hope).<br>><br><br>I have a bit more realistic estimate. I would say 33% forecast and 67%<br>hope. Even if the chance is 33%, it is fairly positive and we should try.<br>In the latter part, I am very romantic.<br><br>> PS: Yoshinori, re. real-world textbooks: Have a look at Elsner et al., *The<br>> Microeconomics of Complex Economies. Evolutionary, Institutionalist,<br>> Neoclassical, and Complexity Perspectives*, Elsevier/Academic Press 2015.<br>> (end of commercial break)<br>> [...]https://listserv.unl.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=AFEEMAIL;481e33d7.1905Yoshinori ShiozawaTue, 7 May 2019 07:58:23 +0900AW: [AFEEMAIL] Neoclassicism, etc. / large-scale system price theory
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Yoshinori,<br><br>in terms of price theory, we refer to post-Keynesian and institutionalist ones in Chpts. 6 and 7). In that we have a point in common with the “usual suspect” heterodox (macro-) textbooks, such as Fred Lee’s/Tae-Hee Jo’s.<br><br>There probably is no “heterodox” alternative to GET, but I would say,<br><br>(1) a game-theoretic conception (model) has an implicit opportunity cost approach (thus “prices”) and [...]https://listserv.unl.edu/cgi-bin/wa?A2=AFEEMAIL;24cb7cb1.1905Wolfram ElsnerTue, 7 May 2019 11:43:20 +0200