He carried under his arm a flat, grey portfolio of black-and-white sketches, which he had sold with more or less success to publishers ever since his uncle (who was an admiral) had disinherited him for Socialism, because of a lecture which he had delivered against that economic theory
Most of them know no more of the economic theory
of Socialism than they know of Chaldee; but they no longer fear or condemn its name.
Keynes starts his magnum opus, The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money, with the observation that the economic theory
cannot explain the long, persistent and deep unemployment that was observed following the Great Depression.
Human beings are far more generous and cooperative than the assumptions of economic theory
I try to be at the forefront of appraisal technology, but after reading Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics I feel like I have been asleep at the wheel when it comes to economic theory
Economics versus Reality: How to Be Effective in the Real World in Spite of Economic Theory
belongs in any college-level collection strong in economic theory
and history, and offers an intriguing comparison between real world economics and textbook scenarios of the subject.
I would like to persuade young researchers that the current style of economic theory
is one of the factors behind this stagnation.
Critique: An impressive and unique contribution to the study of global economics, "The General Theory of Eco-Social Science: The Theory and Road Map for Comprehensive Reform" is very highly recommended reading and an valuable addition to college and university library Economic Theory
reference collections and supplemental studies reading lists.
Arguing that the economic theory
dominating academic teaching in the last forty years has not been applicable to the economic system, the author shows how post-Keynesian economic theory
can apply to the real world and address problems with current theory by legislating regulatory rules on financial markets and having central banks ready to alleviate a financial liquidity crisis if it occurs.
Among the many publications he produced at USDA is "The Nature of the Cooperative," a collection of articles he wrote that examine the economic theory
underlying agricultural cooperatives.
One upshot of the subprime mortgage crisis has been renewed scholarly vigour in probing the intersections between those pillar disciplines of cultural theory--anthropology, sociology, human geography, and their ilk--and the nuts and bolts of contemporary economic theory
Kates wishes to affirm first, that HET is "a crucial element in the education of an economist" and second that it is "a necessary component of economic theory
in and of itself (viii).