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Intro to Austrian Economics
People-Centered Economic Development, P-CED, derived from a paper for the steering committee to reelect the [US] President in 1996. Following is a synopsis of that paper. At first glance, it might seem redundant to emphasize people as the central focus of economics. After all, isn't the purpose of economics, as well as business, people? Aren't people automatically the central focus of business and economic activities? Yes and no. People-Centered Economic Development : History People-Centered Economic Development : History
Project Syndicate - A World of Ideas

Project Syndicate - A World of Ideas

Politics Venezuela’s Unending Ordeal Rodrigo Pardo Venezuela’s Unending Ordeal Rodrigo Pardo sees no near-term resolution that would halt the country's descent into violence. andresAzp/Flickr
Welcome to the Other Canon
Post-Autistic Economics Network and Post-Autistic Economics Revi
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About About Global Perspectives on Finance, Development and Environment The world is experiencing three simultaneous crises in finance, development, and the environment. A number of economists are questioning the mainstream narratives and analyses of these crises. Some of us have joined to create the Triple Crisis Blog to contribute to a more open and global dialogue around these three crises. As co-founders Jayati Ghosh and Kevin P.
New School Economic Review » Blog with us New School Economic Review » Blog with us We invite you to contribute posts to our blog! In addition to our writing, we are looking for posts on issues of interest to economists and social scientists in academia, the policy world, and in general. Our journal, The New School Economic Review, tends to focus on issues in macroeconomics, political economy, trade, development, and philosophy of economics. We aim to strengthen our view of economics and the related social sciences through the lens of current events in academia and around the world. We invite you to contribute your thoughts to complement our set of regular contributors, students at the New School for Social Research (NSSR) Economics department and New School Economic Review(NSER) editors. Blog submissions should be sent to blog@newschooljournal.com and will be reviewed by an editor for suitability and quality before being published on the blog.