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Los estudiantes contra Mankiw

  • Guillermo Maya Muñoz


En el marco de las protestas del movimiento OcupyWall Street (OWS), que centra sus denuncias en la enorme concentración de la riqueza en el 1% de la población, y los factores que la han hecho posible, un grupo de estudiantes de Harvard, del curso de Economía 10, escribieron una carta, publicada por Harvard Political Review (2011), al profesor Gregory Mankiw, explicando por qué se salían de clase, en protesta: Hoy, nos estamos saliendo de su clase, (debido al) sesgo inherente a este curso (...) que adopta una determinada y limitada visión de la ciencia económica, que perpetúa (...) la desigualdad económica en nuestra sociedad"."

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Paper provided by UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE COLOMBIA SEDE MEDELLIN in its series ENSAYOS DE ECONOMÍA with number 009813.

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