The corruption of economics

by Mason Gaffney

Other authorsFred Harrison (Author)
Hardcover, 1994

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Citation:
Gaffney, Mason. “Neo-Classical Economics as a Stratagem Against Henry George.” The Corruption of Economics, edited by Fred Harrison, London, Shepheard-Walwyn, 1994, pp. 29–164.

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330.15/7

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London : Shepheard-Walwyn in association with Centre for Incentive Taxation

Description

"The Mystery of persistent economic failure can now be explained. Professor Mason Gaffney charges his colleagues with using a theoretical apparatus that is fatally flawed. But he goes further. He accuses the founders of neo-classical economics - the paradigm taught in schools and universities - of acting in bad faith. They bent the science of economics to protect vested interests and prevent governments adopting policies that would yield prosperity for everyone."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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330.15/7

Original publication date

1994

Physical description

271 p.; 24 cm

ISBN

0856831603 / 9780856831607

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689

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