29 January 2013

Unlearning Economics--Series on Steve Keen's Debunking Economics

A year ago I read Steve Keen, Debunking Economics (2nd edition, Zed Books, 2011).  I have been meaning to analyze his book in detail, but progress has been slow.  An anonymous graduate student has posted a series of posts on the book, explaining the concepts discussed.

For the convenience of everyone interested, I am posting a table of contents to Unlearning Economics' series on Debunking Economics. A special thanks to the blogger known as UE for un beau travail.

  1. Debunking Economics: Overview & Opening Notes
  2. ‘Debunking Economics’, Part I: Demand Curves Can Have Any Shape
  3. ‘Debunking Economics’, Part II: Perfect Competition, Profit Maximisation and Non-Existent Supply Curves
  4. Debunking Economics, Part III: “Uninformed and Inexperienced Armchair Theorisers”
  5. Debunking Economics, Part IV: The Many Ways to Debunk Labour Economics
  6. Debunking Economics, Part V: The Holy War Over Capital
  7. Debunking Economics, Part VI: Assumptions, Assumptions, Assumptions
  8. Debunking Economics, Part VII: Against Statics
  9. Debunking Economics, Part VIII: Macroeconomics, or Applied Microeconomics?
  10. Debunking Economics, Part IX: Interest, Stocks & Debt Deflation
  11. Debunking Economics, Part X: Causes of the Great Depression (and Great Recession)
  12. Debunking Economics, Part XI: Predicting the Crisis
  13. Debunking Economics, Part XII: Keen’s Minsky Model
  14. Debunking Economics, Part XIII: Alternatives to the EMH
  15. Debunking Economics, Part XIV: In Defence of Mathematics
  16. Debunking Economics, Part XV: (Not) Keen on the Labour Theory of Value
  17. Debunking Economics, Part XVI: The Search for Alternatives
  18. Debunking Economics, Part XVII: Response to Criticisms (1/2)
  19. Debunking Economics, Part XVIII: Response to Criticisms (2/2)
  20. Debunking Economics: Closing Notes

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