Call for Papers: The future of (Pluralist) Economics – a number of key scientific and strategic questions around the claim for pluralism are still not resolved. We warmly welcome abstracts until July 31!

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Dilip Mookherjee, Debraj Ray (ed.) Wiley
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William A. Darity Jr., A. Kirsten Mullen The University of North Carolina Press
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Andrew B. Liu Yale University Press
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Irene Fattacciu Routledge
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Martín Arboleda Verso Books
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Karl Polanyi Beacon Press
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Kate Raworth Chelsea Green Publishing
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Study

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Dr Tim Thornton n.a.
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World Bank Group n.a.
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Anwar Shaikh The New School
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Melanie Mitchell Santa Fe Institute
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Prof. Douglas W. Rae Yale University
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Richard Thomas Griffiths Universiteit Leiden
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Anna Nyström Claesson; Matty Janssen Chalmers University of Technology

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