Handbooks and reading lists in Heterodox Economics

Suzanne Berger and Michael Piore, MIT

Syllabus, reading list, reading questions and essay suggestions from a graduate level course taught in 2010.

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Alternative Reading List project; Manchester Post-Crash Economics Society

Intended as a resource to fill gaps in the existing mainstream curriculum, this alternative reading list includes some key papers and books challenging neoclassical economics. It then lists books under specific headings such as Institutional Economics, Development, the Financial Crisis, History of Thought, and Marxism. There are also books by Tim Harford, Paul Krugman, and Dean Baker defending the mainstream.

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