Social, Methods, and Microeconomics: Contributions to Doing Economics Better
June 2011, Wiley-Blackwell
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- Includes an essay on social ecological economics
- Features an essay on the creation of money that arises not from markets but from holy debts to deities - a very provocative essay
- Includes an essay on Emily Balch, the first and only economist to get a Nobel prize
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