Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022): Rethinking Economics After the Crash
In this issue, you will find a series of articles, curated by Guest Editor Erin C. Adams, that challenge us to rethink how we teach economics in light of the crash preceding the Great Recession and the turmoil that has followed. They call into question the purported wisdom of neoclassical economics, which makes up virtually the entire program of economics education in many developed countries. The authors critique the epistemological underpinnings of economic education and ask us to reconceptualize our purposes and approaches to our practices.
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