New Economic Thinking

Non-scientific disciplines alone need to distinguish between orthodoxy and heterodoxy – part I

Non-scientific disciplines alone need to distinguish between orthodoxy and heterodoxy – part I
by 
Editorial Board

In a recent article that first appeared on the Financial Times on April 15th 2015, the British leading economist John Kay, discusses the reform of the economics curriculum, stressing his “desire to reform [the discipline] from inside rather than join […]

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To move beyond boom and bust, we need a new theory of capitalism

To move beyond boom and bust, we need a new theory of capitalism
by 
Paul Mason

This is the year that economics might, if we are lucky, turn a corner. There’s a deluge of calls for change in the way it is taught in universities. There’s a global conference  at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development […]

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Complessità economica: un contributo dei fisici alle previsioni in economia

Complessità economica: un contributo dei fisici alle previsioni in economia

Le previsioni posso essere distinte in due categorie generali. La prima comprende quelle utili a falsificare una teoria scientifica. La seconda categoria comprende le previsioni che, dando per assodata la validità e la conoscenza delle leggi dinamiche, attraverso la combinazione […]

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