Monthly Archives: January 2015

Coyle’s “Wordly Philosophers 2.0”: Suggested Readings

Crossposted from the Playground Diane Coyle has a list of twelve economists who she argues “clearly shaped the character of economics in a meaningful and lasting way – going up to the early 1980s.” As such, they would form the … Continue reading

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History of Postwar Economics: suggested readings (in progress)

Diane Coyle is asking why most history of economics’ narratives end up with Keynes. My response is : 1. No, it’s not. There has been a surge in history of postwar economics research in the past 15 years. The transformation of … Continue reading

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