Tuesday, April 4, 2017

David F. Ruccio — Essays in persuasion

In my view, neither neoclassical nor Keynesian economics turns out to have the intellectual or political resources to effectively respond to the issues that motivate and resonate within contemporary populism. If anything, they have served to create the problems that have brought right-wing nationalist populism to the fore.
For good reason, both wings of mainstream economics have ceased to be persuasive.
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Essays in persuasion
David F. Ruccio | Professor of Economics, University of Notre Dame

See also

“Dictator craze”

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