Scientific Revolution. A Farewell to EconWPA
A revolution in economics. Is it possible? Is its concept a transition from ideal to real economics? The way to the transition may be a new aspect of uncertainty. Problems, which can be solved, research fields, which can be augmented or created, and fields of applications in practical economy are reviewed. The role of EconWPA is described.
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