Monthly Archives: May 2013

Is there a baby in the neoclassical economics bath water?

The World Economics Association is currently holding an online conference: The economics curriculum: towards a radical reformation. I think it’s a great subject that sorely needs some serious discussion. I’ve written in the comments section on one of the papers … Continue reading

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Women’s superannuation

Mark Bouris recently wrote a column for the Age and Sydney Morning Herald about women and superannuation. It’s a very important topic and credit to Mark for opening a public conversation about it. The column outlined the problem (which is … Continue reading

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