Against Economics: Rethinking Political Economy

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Routledge, Jan 15, 2019 - Business & Economics - 269 pages

Published in 1997, this postmodern critique provides a discourse on internal dynamics of the economics world view, suggesting for future societal wellbeing that we simply do not criticize economics but dispense it altogether. It argues that in the modern era economics have become obsolete as we live in a society riddled with corruption.

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Acknowledgements
The Nouvelle Critique
Prolegomena to Liberation
An Overview
A Resumé
A Retrospective on Some Foibles of
Clues to a Critique
From Policy to Paradigm
Toward Restitution
The Parameters
Clarifying a Conjecture
Eclipse of a Notion
In Dubious Debate
Contra Theses on Feuerbach
Rethinking Political Economy
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Rajani Kannepalli Kanth

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