A critical and surprisingly novel collection, by an outstanding group of contributors, that explores the nature of, and prospects for, heterodoxy from numerous angles. It is not always the case that an edited collection yields a set of contributions that cohere around the intended theme. This one does. – Tony Lawson, Emeritus Professor of Economics and Philosophy, Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge (UK)
The unravelling of the predominant neoliberal model provides a timely opportunity to freshly examine the current state of heterodox economic alternatives. With original and sagely crafted papers, this new edited volume of scholarship from senior and junior scholars covers economic history, theory, ideology, methodology, interdisciplinarity, and relevance of and limits to pluralism, and will assuredly energize heterodox economist practitioners, as intended. – Deborah M. Figart, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Economics, Stockton University (USA)
This book ist part of the alternative reading list 2022 by Diversifying and Decolonising Economics (D-Econ). The editors comment has been provided by D-Econ and can also be found on the list, which was compiled by Devika Dutt, Danielle Guizzo, and Ingrid Kvangraven.