Graduated in economics (in 1994, and not particularly proud of it), worked in insurance but I have a honest job now.

I'm a post-keynesian economist and am perplex with the endurance of the neo-liberal paradigm in economic «science» after 3 decades of dismal performance, by now 3 years of «crisis» and soon a double-dip. Espistemologically, one would expect rational minds to at least question «the usual medicine» prescribed by «the (neo-classic) model». The «cognitive dissonance» of economists is one of the reasons I decided to study philosophy. The other is the «ethics» of it all. It's not enough that «we» (economists) think we know it all: «…

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