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  1. BulletCurrent issue, No. 162, April 14, 2014

  2. BulletThe Newsletter is published every three weeks.
    Our next issue is scheduled on May 5, 2014.
    All queries should be directed to heterodoxnews@gmail.com.


The 5th Edition of the Heterodox Economics Directory (2013) has been published

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Current Subscription Count: 5,064 (January 20th, 2014)


Call for Ph.D. Dissertations in Heterodox Economics

  1. BulletIf you have completed your dissertation recently (since January 2012), send us the following information: the title, author's name and email address, abstract, institution, date completed, and advisor's name. A longer summary is optional.


Call for Book Reviews

  1. BulletAnyone interested in reviewing books for the Newsletter should contact Dr. Fadhel Kaboub at kaboubf@denison.edu to request a complementary copy of the book they wish to review.

  2. BulletDownload Guidelines for Book Reviews.

  3. BulletSee book reviews published in the Newsletter here.


Rankings of Heterodox Schools and Journals

  1. Heterodox-Adjusted Rankings for Ph.D.-Granting Institutions in Economics

  2. Rankings of Ph.D.-Granting Institutions in Heterodox Economics

  3. Research Quality Ranking of 254 Heterodox and Mainstream Journals


REMAPPING DEBATE Articles on Economics in the US

  1. Part I: For U.S. universities, a failing grade in economics [pdf]

  2. Part II: Behind scientific façade, economics depts. Serve heavy does of laissez faire [pdf]

  3. Part III: Econ curricula shortchanging majors and non-majors alike [pdf]

  4. Part IV: Reform agenda: economics classes that make you think [pdf]

  5. Part V: Don’t know much about history, don’t know much about economy [pdf]

  6. Part VI: Mainstream economists on the defensive [pdf]


NB: All articles are written by Mike Alberti. Remapping Debate is a not-for-profit online news publication dedicated to posing the "why'" and and "why not" questions of domestic public policy.

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Dr. Frederic S. Lee
Department of Economics

University of Missouri-Kansas City

USA


Former Editors

Dr. Tae-Hee Jo

Dr. Ted P. Schmidt

Economics and Finance Dept.
SUNY Buffalo State College

USA


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Dr. Jakob Kapeller

University of Linz, Austria

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 Editorial Assistant

Florian Springholz

University of Linz, Austria


Book review editor


Dr. Fadhel Kaboub
Department of Economics

Denison University
OH, USA

Email: kaboubf@denison.edu

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Heterodox economics refers to economic theories and communities of economists that are in various ways an alternative to mainstream economics. It is a multi-level term that refers to a body of economic theories developed by economists who hold an irreverent position vis-à-vis mainstream economics and are typically rejected out of hand by the latter; to a community of heterodox economists whom identify themselves as such and embrace a pluralistic attitude towards heterodox theories without rejecting contestability and incommensurability among heterodox theories; and to the development of a coherent economic theory that draws upon various theoretical contributions by heterodox approaches which stand in contrast to mainstream theory. (Frederic S. Lee, 2008. in The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics)