Oleg Ananyin, Higher School of Economics Moscow
Jeff Biddle, Michigan State University
Mauro Boianovsky, University of Brasília
Sheila Dow, University of Stirling
Brian Loasby, University of Stirling
Ying Ma, Wuhan University
Robert McMaster, University of Glasgow
The Ethical Formation of Economists
Edited By Wilfred Dolfsma, Ioana Negru
July 02, 2019
Economists' role in society has always been an uneasy one, and in recent years the ethicality of the profession and its practitioners has been questioned more than ever. This collection of essays is the first to investigate the multifaceted nature of what forms economists' ethical and economic ...
By Jens Hölscher
July 17, 2015
Published just months after the Versailles Treaty was signed, The Economic Consequences of the Peace is a devastating critique of allied leaders and the reparations imposed on Germany and Austria in the aftermath of WWI. These essays assess the importance of Keynes’s book, both historically and in ...
By Kobil Ruziev
December 01, 2014
Modern development strategy relies heavily on uncompromising orthodox economic theory and a dogmatic faith in market efficiency. In contrast, the essays in this volume aim to emphasize the importance of historic experiences to evolve a more realistic and dynamic view of how such development could ...