History of the economics department at University of Missouri-Kansas City
AbstractThis essay provides a short history of the Department of Economics at UMKC from 1929 to 2010. It shows the origins of its Institutionalist roots beginning in 1946 and ends with the development of the department as a internationally known center of Post Keynesian-Institutional-heterodox economics.
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Institutionalism; Heterodox; Post Keynesian;
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- NEP-HME-2011-05-14 (Heterodox Microeconomics)
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