The papers in this volume are delibrately chosen from different areas of economics in order to give an as broad overview of current areas of research as possible. They all have in common that in one way or another they question the current dominant neo- classical theory. The papers are arranged in five sections, with the first group looking into macroeconomic policies, the second group analyses economic growth, the third group looks into banking and moral hazard, the fourth group considers the welfare state and immigration and finally the last group is centred on heterodox economics.
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