Capitalism: Competition, Conflict and Crises
The aim of the two-semester sequence is to explore a coherent alternative to neoclassical and post-Keynesian theory that does not rely in any way on concepts of utility maximization, rational choice, rational expectations, or perfect/imperfect competition.
|University:||The New School|
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|Tags||accumulation , capitalism , competition , crisis , demand , finance , financial market , growth , IS-LM , macroeconomics , microeconomics , prices , profit , trade|