The NCW editors are pleased to introduce to our readers the Real-World Economics Review and the Real-World Economics Review Blog. Of course, it may be that you already know the review but if not, it is a peer-reviewed open access academic journal of heterodox economics that has been published by the “Post-Autistic Economics Network” since 2000. Since 2011 it is associated with the World Economics Association.
Here is a link to a PDF of the current Issue No 90, Dec 9, 2019
|Making America great again
Shimshon Bichler and Jonathan Nitzan
|American trade deficits and the unidirectionality error
|The “Nobel Prize” for Economics 2019… illustrates the nature and inadequacy of conventional economics
|Greenwish: the wishful thinking undermining the ambition of sustainable business
|An evolutionary theory of resource distribution
|The case for the ontology of money as credit: money as bearer or basis of “value”
Phil Armstrong and Kalim Siddiqui
|Cross-current, or change in the direction of the mainstream?
Arthur M. Diamond, Jr
|Negative natural interest rates and secular stagnation: much ado about nothing?
John Komlos’s Foundations of Real-World Economics: What every economics student needs to know
The importance of ecological economics: An interview with Herman Daly
Herman Daly and Jamie Morgan