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Unravelling capitalism’s hidden networks of power

Control Hierarchy Networks
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Jacob Aron

NEVER again? The global financial crisis of 2008 saw banks around the world bailed out to the tune of billions by governments worried that the entire financial system was in meltdown. “Too big to fail”, the thinking went, and since […]

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Il Garantista: Cresce chi investe, non chi specula

Il Garantista: Cresce chi investe, non chi specula

Il Garantista, 25 Marzo 2015: Perfino la Regina d’Inghilterra non ha potuto fare a meno di notare quanto siano poco efficaci, in termini di previsioni per il futuro, gli attuali strumenti a disposizione degli economisti di tutto il mondo. Che […]

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Repubblica: Si chiama “export complesso” l’ultima frontiera del business

Repubblica: Si chiama “export complesso” l’ultima frontiera del business

di Christian Benna, Repubblica, 15 aprile 2015:  Non solo Brics. Certo, India e Cina continueranno a crescere ancora per altri 10 anni, raggiungendo – nel 2022 – un Pil totale di 26 trilioni di dollari. Ma i nuovi i paesi emergenti, […]

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

Non-scientific disciplines alone need to distinguish between orthodoxy and heterodoxy – part II
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Editorial board

In a recent post we have commented on the economist John Kay’s statement against a heterodox reform of the economic curricula whereby “no one would cross a bridge built by a heterodox engineer.” Our line of reasoning was that scientific disciplines do not […]

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Unravelling capitalism’s hidden networks of power

Control Hierarchy Networks
by 
Jacob Aron

NEVER again? The global financial crisis of 2008 saw banks around the world bailed out to the tune of billions by governments worried that the entire financial system was in meltdown. “Too big to fail”, the thinking went, and since […]

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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
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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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