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Morgan, JA; Sheehan, B (2014)
Publisher: World Economics Association
Languages: English
Types: Article
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In this paper we use the Stiglitz Report of 2009/2011 as a point of departure to explore the way the development in economics theory provides a limited contribution to further reform. In so doing we provide a detailed analysis of potential underlying problems of information-theoretic economics. We note this provides an additional way to consider Thomas Palley’s concept of Gattopardo economics.
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