Book notes: Where economics went wrong, by David Colander and Craig Freedman

Where economics went wrong

David Colander and Craig Freedman, Where economics went wrong: Chicago’s abandonment of classical liberalism, Princeton University Press, 2018, 288 pages

When I was an A-level student, my teacher once asked the class whether economics was an art or a science. We struggled to answer – which, of course, was her intention. The discipline is a blend of both – a mix of subjective, moral reasoning and objective hunting through data and mathematical equations for empirical and theoretical results. As

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