Scrap the lot and start again
In the wake of the recent financial crisis heterodox economists have taken up a time-honored refrain and proposed to abandon the axiomatic method. The present paper argues that this proposal is self-defeating
|Date of creation:||11 Mar 2011|
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|Publication status:||Published in real-world economics review 11 March 2011.56(2011): pp. 15-18|
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